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This week's calls include: a just-in-case call to 9-1-1, a car chase and sisterly Social Security fraud.

Tualatin police handled 14 traffic crashes and eight arrests among the calls they received for the week of Oct. 8 to Oct. 14.

Tuesday, Oct. 8

• A male in the 8900 block of Southwest Sweek Drive preemptively called the police for fear an argument with his girlfriend could escalate.

• An unknown person entered a vehicle in the 5500 block of Southwest Joshua Street but did not steal anything.

Wednesday, Oct. 9

• Officers arrested a suspect in the 21200 block of Southwest 115th Avenue after he smashed the glass entry door to a business but did not steal anything.

• Officers arrested a male in the 12000 block of Southwest Tualatin Road for subjecting someone to offensive physical contact.

Friday, Oct. 11

• Officers responded to a call in the 19600 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road that resulted in an arrest for assault and carrying a concealed weapon.

• An unknown person stole the victim's bag in the 18200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue.

Saturday, Oct. 12

• Officers arrested a male in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road for failure to perform the duties of a driver, reckless driving and driving while suspended after a hit-and-run crash.

Sunday, Oct. 13

• Officers trespassed a subject from the 7000 block of Southwest Nyberg Street for being a minor in possession of alcohol.

• Officers responded to a call in the 7800 block of Southwest Sagert Street and made an arrest for strangulation and then interfering with making a report.

• Someone took another person's vehicle without consent in the 18500 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road after leaving the victim's residence. He was later arrested by Canby police after a pursuit.

• Officers responded to a shoplifting call at a business in the 17400 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road that turned into an arrest for interfering with a peace officer, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and reckless driving.

Monday, Oct. 14

• A woman reported that she was the victim of identity fraud by her own sister, who allegedly used her Social Security number to get an apartment and utilities.

• A male in the 22000 block of Southwest Grahams Ferry Road reported that he wrote a check for $525 to get his dryer repaired. The check was cashed, but no work was done.

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