Tualatin Police Log: Oct. 5-11, 2021
Tuesday, Oct. 5
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 17700 block of Southwest 110th Avenue. The couple was involved in a verbal dispute. No crime.
Officers arrested a man in the 6000 block of Southwest Nyberg Street for DUII (alcohol).
Wednesday, Oct. 6
A victim in the 6800 block of Southwest Nyberg Street reported the theft of hand tools from his garage.
Officers responded to a workplace in the 18800 block of Southwest Teton Avenue after an ex-employee threatened the manager.
Thursday, Oct. 7
Multiple city-owned vehicles in the 10600 block of Southwest Herman Road were broken into and items stolen.
Friday, Oct. 8
Officers arrested a man attempting to enter vehicles in the 18600 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road. He also had a warrant for theft.
A medical office in the 18000 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road reported methamphetamine was found in a bathroom.
Saturday, Oct. 9
Officers arrested a man in the 17900 block of Southwest 115th Avenue after he reportedly injured his girlfriend. He was also charged with a probation violation.
Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 18300 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road. A woman and her boyfriend were involved in a verbal argument. No crime.
Sunday, Oct. 10
A vehicle in the 7400 block of Southwest Nyberg Street had its window broken, but nothing was taken.
Monday, Oct. 11
A woman who attempted to elude officers after a traffic stop was arrested near Southwest McEwan Road and Lower Boones Ferry Road.
Officers cited a man and a woman for shoplifting at a business in the 7400 block of Southwest Nyberg Street.
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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