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This week's calls include: unsuccessfully avoiding responsibility, a stolen car and scamming a store.

Tualatin police received 1,037 calls from dispatch from Nov. 19 to Dec. 2, including 39 traffic crashes and 18 arrests.

Saturday, Nov. 23

• Officers arrested a male for driving under the influence of intoxicants near Southwest 124th Avenue and Tualatin-Sherwood Road, and another in the 19200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue.

Tuesday, Nov. 26

• Officers responded to a hit-and-run crash in the 9300 block of Southwest Sagert Street. The suspect driver left without exchanging information with the other driver, but officers found and arrested him.

• Officers recovered a stolen weapon from an individual who was attempting to sell it at Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St.

Wednesday, Nov. 27

• Officers are investigating after unknown suspects entered the Safeway in the 17700 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road and stole a cash register.

Thursday, Nov. 28

• Officers arrested a driver for DUII near Southwest 65th Avenue and Boones Ferry Road.

Friday, Nov. 29

• Officers responded to a location in the 18400 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road to the report of a domestic disturbance. Both parties were uncooperative, and as far as officers could determine, no crime had been committed.

Saturday, Nov. 30

• Officers responded to Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St., when a male was denied the purchase of a firearm due to being on an active bench probation.

Sunday, Dec. 1

• Officers are investigating after a car was stolen near Southwest Bridgeport Road.

Monday, Dec. 2

• Someone called a store in the 7000 block of Southwest Nyberg Street pretending to be a corporate employee. He had the clerk activate several gift cards and give him the account numbers over the phone.

• Officers responded to Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St., when a male was denied the purchase of a firearm due to being a convicted felon.


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