Tualatin Police Log: Sept. 17-23
Tualatin police received 594 calls for service in the week of Sept. 17 through Sept. 23, resulting in seven arrests and including nine traffic crashes.
Tuesday, Sept. 17
• Officers arrested a woman at Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St., for attempting to purchase a firearm with a prior conviction.
Wednesday, Sept. 18
• Officers arrested a male in Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St., for attempting to purchase a firearm with a conviction for domestic violence. However, the flag later turned out to be a record-keeping or data entry error.
Thursday, Sept. 19
• Officers issued a citation in lieu of custody at Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg Street after a male answered "no" to the question of having been convicted of domestic violence when, in fact, he had been convicted in 2014.
• Officers arrested a male in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road for possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and burglary tools.
Friday, Sept. 20
• A caller in the block of 11900 Southwest Tualatin Road reported that they were bitten by their own dog.
• A victim reported that he was robbed at gunpoint in front of a business in the 18700 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road.
Saturday, Sept. 21
• A car was broken into and items stolen in the 18700 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road.
• Officers arrested a male for assault and unlawful use of a weapon in the 19400 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue after he threw a stick or staff at a female, striking her in the neck.
Sunday, Sept. 22
• Officers formally trespassed a male subject from Jo's Bar and Grill, 8503 S.W. Warm Springs St.
• Officers arrested a male in the 18700 block of Southwest 90th Avenue for menacing with a knife.
Monday, Sept. 23
• Officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance in the 19300 block of Southwest 65th Avenue that turned out to be a verbal argument between a male and a female.
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