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This week's calls include: a tracked stolen van, a puppy scam and a bomb scare.

Tuesday, Oct. 26

A vehicle located in the 18300 block of Southwest Teton Avenue had the catalytic converter stolen.

A man in the 5500 block of Southwest Joshua Street had their work van stolen. The van had GPS and was located in a nearby parking lot.

Wednesday, Oct. 27

A caller alleged that his neighbor keyed his car in the 8500 block of Southwest Mohawk Street.

Graffiti was reported in the 8500 block of Southwest Tualatin Road.

Thursday, Oct. 28

Officers arrested a man in the 19800 block of Southwest 68th Avenue for disorderly conduct and domestic violence.

A person in the 22000 block of Southwest Mandan Drive fell victim to a puppy scam.

Friday, Oct. 29

A man was arrested and lodged in the jail for violating a restraining order in the 18700 block of Southwest 90th Avenue.

Officers arrested an 81-year-old man for DUII (alcohol) near Interstate 5 and Southwest Boones Ferry Road.

Saturday, Oct. 30

A man was cited in the 8100 block of Southwest Nyberg Street for disorderly conduct, interfering with an officer, offensive physical contact and offensive littering.

A man and woman were having a verbal argument in the 6400 block of Southwest Nyberg Lane. No crime.

Sunday, Oct. 31

A woman stole clothing from a store in the 17700 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road.

Officers arrested a man for trespass after he was found in a vacant residence without permission in the 9600 block of Southwest Arikara Drive.

Monday, Nov. 1

The bomb squad was called to investigate a package in the 7500 block of Southwest Nyberg Street.

Officers arrested a man in the 19300 block of Southwest 65th Avenue for assault.

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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