Tualatin Police Log: Sept. 7-13, 2021
Tuesday, Sept. 7
Officers arrested a man at a business in the 19200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue for shoplifting and cocaine possession.
Wednesday, Sept. 8
A resident in the 19000 block of Southwest Chesapeake Drive reported a package containing a Dyson vacuum cleaner was stolen from the porch.
Thursday, Sept. 9
A resident in the 17800 block of Southwest 65th Avenue reported a person sleeping on the patio at night damaging property.
Officers arrested a woman in the 11900 block of Southwest Tualatin Road for identity theft, unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of methamphetamine. The case was later referred to the Roseburg Police Department.
Friday, Sept. 10
A man in the 7000 block of Southwest Nyberg Street reported that he had been assaulted.
A man fled from a traffic stop near Southwest Boones Ferry Road and 84th Avenue at an extreme rate of speed. He ran multiple red lights during rush-hour traffic, nearly causing crashes.
Saturday, Sept. 11
Officers responded to a shoplifting call from a business in the 17700 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road. The suspects fled the scene in a stolen vehicle. Pursuit was terminated.
Sunday, Sept. 12
Officers arrested a man near Southwest Borland Road and Prosperity Park Road for DUII (alcohol).
A man backed into a parked patrol car in the 9100 block of Southwest Tualatin Road, causing minor damage.
Monday, Sept. 13
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 18600 block of Southwest 91st Terrace. No crime.
A man in the 8300 block of Southwest Mohawk Street had his bike stolen off his front porch. He later found a 12-year-old with it and recovered it. He did not wish to press charges.
Editor's note: Police logs are a partial accounting of law enforcement calls, based on activity reports and descriptions generated by participating police departments. All persons accused of a crime are legally considered to be innocent until proven guilty.
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