Tualatin Police Log: Late-night ruckus leads to arrest
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, April 26
Two men were arrested for robbery, menacing and unlawful use of a weapon after they robbed a man at gunpoint in the 19300 block of Southwest 65th Avenue.
Officers arrested a woman for felony DUII (alcohol) in the 7100 block of Southwest Nyberg Street.
Wednesday, April 27
Officers arrested a man and a woman in the 11700 block of Southwest 69th Avenue for breaking into a car and stealing items.
A man on parole and in possession of methamphetamine was arrested for breaking into a car in the 19200 block of Southwest Martinazzi Road.
Thursday, April 28
Graffiti was reported at multiple places at Tualatin Community Park, 8515 S.W. Tualatin Road.
A man was cited for DUII (alcohol) in the 7800 block of Southwest Nyberg Street.
Friday, April 29
Officers arrested a man in the 19700 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road for assault (domestic violence).
A man was arrested after stealing a sweatshirt in the 17700 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road.
Saturday, April 30
A woman was arrested in the 17900 block of Southwest 115th Avenue after she broke items belonging to her neighbors and was involved in loud tumultuous behavior at 1 a.m.
A woman crashed into a parked vehicle in the 9300 block of Southwest Ochoco Court and was arrested for DUII (alcohol), reckless driving, criminal mischief and resisting arrest.
Monday, May 1
An unknown suspect broke into a car in the 18000 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road and stole bags of clothes.
Tuesday, May 3
Officers arrested a woman in the 17800 block of Southwest Lower Boones Ferry Road for DUII (alcohol), reckless endangering and reckless endangering of a child, since three children were in the car.
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