Tualatin Police Log: Jan. 12-18, 2021
Tuesday, Jan. 12
Officers arrested two men in the 7000 block of Southwest Nyberg Street for assorted charges including aggravated identity theft, forgery, theft and distribution of methamphetamine.
An unknown person used the victim's Social Security number to fraudulently apply for unemployment benefits in the 20000 block of Southwest 55th Terrace.
Wednesday, Jan. 13
Two adult males got into a verbal argument and allegedly made threats against each other in the 11000 block of Southwest Tualatin Road. During the argument, one of the adult males displayed a pistol and pointed it at the other male claiming he was doing so in self-defense. The males separated before police arrival. During an investigation, it was undetermined if the male who displayed the pistol had committed the crime of menacing. This was due to conflicting statements and a lack of independent witnesses. Unfounded.
Thursday, Jan. 14
An unknown suspect stole the victim's phone and prescription drugs from her car in the 6600 block of Southwest Nyberg Street.
A woman was issued a criminal citation for driving while suspended at a misdemeanor level in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road.
Friday, Jan. 15
Officers arrested a man for Strangulation, Harassment, and Assault IV in the 19800 block of Southwest Santee Court.
A man in the 7100 block of Southwest Barr Lane reported intimate images of himself had been distributed without his consent.
Sunday, Jan. 17
Officers arrested a man and a woman near Southwest Boones Ferry Road and Southwest 65th Avenue. The man was arrested for outstanding misdemeanor warrants and the woman arrested for possession of heroin.
A man was arrested in the 19400 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue and another man was arrested in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road for DUII alcohol.
Monday, Jan. 18
A man pushed victim multiple times during an argument causing victim to fall and sustain injury in the 8300 block of Southwest Mohawk Street.
Officers arrested a man for unlawful possession of drugs in the 19300 block of Southwest 65th Avenue.
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