Tualatin Police Log: July 21-26, 2020
Tuesday, July 21
• Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 11700 block of Southwest Tualatin Road involving a brother grabbing a knife and threatening his sister with it. The sister was able to escape and lock herself in an upstairs room. The brother was arrested for menacing and unlawful use of a weapon.
• A cab driver discovered his three riders didn't have enough money to pay their fare. The passengers fled the cab, but officers located two of them. They lied about their names, but officers were able to discover the truth and that they had warrants and methamphetamine.
Wednesday, July 22
• Two women were arrested for shoplifting from Lululemon, 7381B S.W. Bridgeport Road, then gave false information to police.
• Officers arrested a man for hit-and run near Southwest Sagert Street and Martinazzi Avenue after he ran into a stop sign and fled the scene. He also had a warrant and was lodged at the jail.
Thursday, July 23
• Officers responded to a physical fight between a couple in the 19300 block of Southwest 65th Avenue.
Friday, July 24
• Officers arrested a man in the 19200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Road for theft, possession of methamphetamine and a warrant.
Saturday, July 25
• Officers arrested a man near Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road and Interstate 5 for drunken driving.
• Officers arrested a man near Southwest Nyberg Street and I-5 who attempted to elude officers, crashing into a patrol car in the process. The man was a felon in possession of a weapon. Police say he possessed methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia and gave false information to officers so they wouldn't notice his felony warrant.
• A man was followed by multiple witnesses near Southwest Pacific Highway and Cipole Road and officers arrested him for driving under the influence of intoxicants, reckless driving, and possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia.
Sunday, July 26
• Officers arrested a man for DUII and reckless driving after he flipped his car in the 6700 block of Southwest Montauk Circle.
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