Tualatin Police Log: Dec. 28, 2021-Jan. 3, 2022
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.
Tuesday, Dec. 28
Officers arrested a man in the 7400 block of Southwest Bridgeport Road for shoplifting $350 worth of merchandise.
Thursday, Dec. 30
A utility vehicle was stolen from a construction site in the 8300 block of Southwest Mohawk Street and recovered nearby.
Officers arrested two men near Highway 217 and Southwest Scholls Ferry Road, initially for theft of a catalytic converter. The driver of the car was also arrested for attempt to elude, recklessly endangerment, reckless driving, unauthorized use of a vehicle, criminal mischief and a parole violation.
Friday, Dec. 31
A man crashed his vehicle into multiple concrete curbs and was arrested for DUII (alcohol) near Southwest Nyberg Street and Interstate 5.
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 8000 block of Southwest Sweek Drive, which was an altercation between girlfriend and boyfriend. No crime.
A passerby called in damage to light poles in the 7800 block of Southwest Nyberg Street. The suspect's front bumper, complete with license plate, was left at the scene. He was subsequently arrested for failure to perform the duties of a driver.
Saturday, Jan. 1
Officers arrested a man near Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road and I-5 for DUII (alcohol).
Officers responded to a domestic dispute between two very intoxicated spouses in the 8300 block of Southwest Mohawk Street.
Sunday, Jan. 2
A man was arrested in the 17700 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road in possession of a stolen car and methamphetamine.
A suspect stole over $400 worth of allergy medicine from the Walgreens in the 17800 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road.
Monday, Jan. 3
$600 in electronic merchandise was stolen from Best Buy in the 7000 block of Southwest Nyberg Street.
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