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This week's calls include: stolen mail, a mouthy robber and an unsuccessful interview.

Tuesday, June 2

• A man and a woman were in a physical altercation in the 19600 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road. Officers made no arrests because the man did not want to be considered a victim of any crime.

• Officers received a report of stolen mail from the 10400 block of Southwest Susquehanna Drive.

Wednesday, June 3

• Officers responded to the scene of a disturbance involving two roommates in the 9300 block of Southwest Sagert Street.

Thursday, June 4

• Officers trespassed a man from the Cypress Gardens apartments in the 19600 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road.

Friday, June 5

• Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 12000 block of Southwest Tualatin Road involving two roommates arguing about rent money. One pushed the other, who did not want to press charges.

• Officers arrested a man in the 18800 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road after he robbed a man and then punched, kicked and bit the victim when he resisted.

Saturday, June 6

• Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 20200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue between a man and a woman. It was verbal only, no crime.

Sunday, June 7

• Officers arrested a man near Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road and Interstate 5 for driving under the influence of intoxicants.

• A person in the 9700 block of Southwest Tualatin Road sought police assistance and recommendation during a strenuous time with his roommate. However, during the interview, he divulged information that resulted in him being charged with unlawful use of a weapon and menacing.

Monday, June 8

• Officers arrested a woman in the 8900 block of Southwest Sweek Drive after she got into a physical altercation with her ex-boyfriend.

• Officers responded to a shoplifting call in the 19000 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road. The man ran after he stole items and was uncooperative when placed into custody.

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