Tualatin Police Log: Jan. 25-Feb. 1, 2021
Monday, Jan. 25
Officers arrested a man and woman near Southwest Roy Rogers Road and Southwest Scholls-Sherwood Road after they eluded officers in a stolen car. They also possessed heroin and methamphetamine.
Tuesday, Jan. 26
Officers arrested a woman in the 19200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Road after she provided a false name of a boyfriend who had a felony warrant. She also possessed heroin.
Wednesday, Jan. 27
Officers received a report of suspicious items found in a garbage can in the 10400 block of Southwest Ibach Street.
Officers responded to a home in the 9300 block of Southwest Sagert Street after an argument between brothers turned into a wrestling match.
Thursday, Jan. 28
An unknown suspect fraudulently opened credit card accounts using the victim's information and charged $17,766.
Two men attempted to burgle a home in the 7400 block of Southwest Delaware Court but fled after they saw the victim was at home.
Friday, Jan. 29
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 9300 block of Southwest Sagert Street after a man and woman and multiple other people got into an argument about doing the dishes.
Saturday, Jan. 30
A woman in the 19700 block of Southwest 65th Avenue called 9-1-1 five times to report non-emergency activity. Further investigation revealed the woman was very intoxicated and upset that her husband would not go get her more beer.
Officers arrested a man on a felony warrant in the 19100 block of Southwest 129 th Avenue who was also in possession of methamphetamine.
Sunday, Jan. 31
Officers arrested a woman in the 19200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue for possession of Methamphetamine and heroin.
Monday, Feb. 1
Officers arrested a man near Southwest Tualatin-Sherwood Road and Southwest Martinazzi Road after he shoved his girlfriend to the ground and kicked her. It was discovered that he had a warrant. The woman was also arrested for a warrant.
Officers responded to a call from the 20400 block of Southwest Martinazzi Road after a woman elbowed a man in the nose multiple times.
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