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This week's calls include: passing on gas, a lovers' quarrel leading to tire damage, and an all-around road menace.

Tualatin police received 558 calls from Feb. 11 to Feb. 17, including 10 car crashes and seven arrests.

Tuesday, Feb. 11

• Officers responded to Cabela's, 7555 S.W. Nyberg St., for an unlawful attempt to purchase a firearm due to a felony warrant.

Thursday, Feb. 13

• Officers arrested two men in the 18800 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue for a stolen vehicle, and one of them for a parole violation.

• Officers arrested a woman at a gas station in the 20500 block of Southwest 115th Avenue for refusing to pay for gas pumped in her car.

Friday, Feb. 14

• Officers trespassed the spouse of a resident in the 8300 block of Southwest Mohawk Street.

• Officers trespassed a man from the Tualatin Public Library, 18878 S.W. Martinazzi Ave., for erratic behavior and making staff uncomfortable.

• Officers arrested a man in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road after he slashed the tires on his significant other's car after a dispute.

Saturday, Feb. 15

• Officers arresting a man for a felony warrant discovered he had a spring-assisted knife and a baggie of a white crystal-like substance. He now faces additional charges of being a felon in possession of a weapon and possession of a controlled substance.

• A man was arrested for drunken driving near Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road and Childs Road.

Sunday, Feb. 16

• Officers had a vehicle towed after its driver was found to be driving with a suspended licence and was driving uninsured. Police also determined the vehicle itself was a hazard to the public.

Monday, Feb. 17

• Officers arrested a man for a felony warrant in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road, and later added charges of being a felon in possession of a weapon, carrying a concealed weapon, interfering with a peace officer and possession of a controlled substance.


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