Tualatin Police Log: Nov. 23-29, 2021
Tuesday, Nov. 23
Officers responding to a domestic disturbance in the 19700 block of Southwest 65th Avenue arrested a woman on a parole violation detainer.
Officers responded to a disturbance in an apartment in the 19300 block of Southwest 65th Avenue. A fleeing witness reported a man throwing knives and heard the suspect threaten to break everything. Officers attempted to call the suspect, who did not reply. Officers eventually found the suspect, cited him for criminal mischief and gave him a courtesy transport to Milwaukie.
Wednesday, Nov. 24
A man was arrested in the 7400 block of Southwest Bridgeport Road after he pointed his gun at a security officer, threatening to shoot him. He also pushed and hit the security officer.
Thursday, Nov. 25
A woman reported that a tote bag containing her purse, which had her birth certificate, Social Security card, driver's license and credit cards, was stolen from her vehicle.
A woman damaged a window of a motorhome in the 19300 block of Southwest Mojave Court, but the owner did not want to press charges.
Friday, Nov. 26
An unknown suspect damaged the anti-lock latch plate at a business in the 9600 block of Southwest Tualatin-Sherwood Road and gained entry. Nothing was taken.
Officers arrested a man in the 17900 block of Southwest McEwan Road for assault after he punched another man in the nose.
Sunday, Nov. 28
A woman was arrested for domestic violence, menacing and unlawful use of a weapon after she hit and threatened a man in front of children in the 11800 block of Southwest Tualatin Road. This violated her probation detainer.
Officers arrested a woman in the 19600 block of Southwest 65th Avenue for violating a restraining order.
Monday, Nov. 29
A business in the 12700 block of Southwest Herman Road reported threatening mail from an ex-employee.
Officers arrested a man for criminal trespass in the 7800 block of Southwest Mohawk 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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