Tualatin Police Log: Oct. 19-25, 2021
Tuesday, Oct. 19
Officers responded to a physical dispute between family members in the 17800 block of Southwest Pacific Highway.
Two business were entered and a third burglary was attempted in the 19800 block of Southwest 72nd Street. $200 was taken from a desk drawer.
Wednesday, Oct. 20
Officers arrested a man for a burglary in the 11800 block of Southwest Tualatin Road. The suspect broke into and stole items from the victim's apartment while he was out of town.
A man was arrested in the 19600 block of Southwest 67th Avenue after he stole a car and drove it to downtown Portland, leaving it with damage.
Thursday, Oct. 21
A woman crashed her vehicle in the 7600 block of Southwest Nyberg Street and was arrested for DUII (alcohol) and criminal mischief.
Friday, Oct. 22
Officers responded to a dispute between neighbors in the 9800 block of Southwest Herman Road. The argument was verbal until one neighbor pushed the other one, who fell to the ground.
Officers responded to a non-criminal domestic disturbance in the 22300 block of Southwest Pima Avenue.
Saturday, Oct. 23
Officers cited a woman for shoplifting after she stole over $1,000 worth of items from Fred Meyer, 19200 S.W. Martinazzi Ave. She was also city for a warrant out of Polk County.
A woman at the same Fred Meyer was arrested later in the day for shoplifting and interfering with an officer and disorderly conduct.
Sunday, Oct. 24
A man was arrested in the 19200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Avenue during the investigation of an unfounded forgery charge.
Two men were involved in a physical dispute over lockers in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road.
Monday, Oct. 25
An unknown suspect cut the fence in the 19800 block of Southwest 112th Avenue and stole a fiberglass shower stall.
Officers arrested a man in the 17700 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road for theft, identity theft and criminal mischief, as well as an outstanding warrant.
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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