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This week's calls include: a fake bomb, a threat of self-immolation and a contempt-of-court arrest.

Tuesday, Jan. 19

Officers responded to a verbal and physical altercation between two women in the 19500 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road.

A man in the 11800 block of Southwest Tualatin Road claimed to have a bomb. He didn't and was arrested for domestic related crimes.

Wednesday, Jan. 20

Officers arrested a man near Highway 99 and Highway 217 for reckless driving.

A woman in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road was arrested for driving while suspended.

Thursday, Jan. 21

A victim in the 21800 block of Southwest 106th Avenue reported their identity was used to obtain unemployment benefits.

A caller reported that a man threatened to immolate himself at the FBI Building in Portland.

Friday, Jan. 22

A man was arrested for contempt of court in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road.

Saturday, Jan. 23

Officers stopped a woman near I-5 and Southwest Nyberg Street for failure to drive within her lane. She was arrested for DUII alcohol.

Sunday, Jan. 24

Officers arrested a man near I-5 and Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road for outstanding warrants and felon in possession of a weapon.

Monday, Jan. 25

Officers arrested a man in the 200 block of Southwest Adams Avenue for a probation detainer and officers found methamphetamine in his wallet.

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