Tualatin Police Log: Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2021
Tuesday, Sept. 28
Officers arrested a man for felony assault in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road after he assaulted his girlfriend and her 4-year-old son.
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 18300 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road and arrested a woman for felony assault witnessed by a child.
Wednesday, Sept. 29
A man was arrested for possession of methamphetamine during a theft investigation in the 17700 block of Southwest 65th Avenue.
Officers responded to the report of a domestic disturbance with a weapon that was both physical and verbal and arrested a person for multiple felony crimes in the 8200 block of Southwest Mohawk Street.
Thursday, Sept. 30
Officers arrested a woman in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road after she was witnessed punching another woman.
Officers arrested a man on an outstanding felony warrant in the 17800 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road and subsequent resisting arrest and interfering with an officer charges.
Friday, Oct. 1
The catalytic converters were stolen from dump trucks in 17700 block of Southwest Upper Boones Ferry Road.
A woman reported her car window was smashed and her purse and credit cards were stolen in the 7400 block of Southwest Bridgeport Road. The cards were used at nine locations in Tualatin.
Saturday, Oct. 2
A vehicle was loaned and not returned in the 19700 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road.
Unknown suspects stole clothing valued over $500 in the 7400 block of Southwest Bridgeport Road.
Sunday, Oct. 3
A man was arrested in the 9900 block of Southwest Suislaw Lane for unlawful use of a weapon after he lunged towards his roommate with a knife.
Monday, Oct. 4
Officers arrested a man for spitting on another person's vehicle after shouting a hostile, racially motivated exclamation in the 19200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Road.
Officers responded to a disturbance in the 19300 block of Southwest Mohave Court after two people engaged in in mutual combat with baseball bats.
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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