Tualatin Police Log: Ex implicated in theft of car key, phone
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, June 7
Officers arrested a woman in the 8300 block of Southwest Mohawk Street for DUII (alcohol).
A known suspect entered a business in the 7300 block of Southwest Bridgeport Road and stole supplements worth over $1,000.
Wednesday, June 8
A transient man stole items from a woman's apartment in the 18700 block of Southwest 90th Avenue after she let him in to do laundry.
A woman reported that $2,000 was stolen from her purse at a store in the 7700 block of Southwest Nyberg Street.
Thursday, June 9
Officers arrested a man for trespassing after he returned to his parent's home in the 10400 block of Southwest Moratoc Drive.
A woman was arrested for DUII (alcohol) in the 18700 block of Southwest 90th Avenue.
Friday, June 10
Officers responded to a traffic crash in the 12000 block of Southwest 66th Avenue and arrested the driver for DUII (alcohol) and criminal mischief.
A catalytic converter was stolen from a car in the 8600 block of Southwest Tualatin-Sherwood Road.
Saturday, June 11
Officers responded to a verbal dispute between partners in the 19700 block of Southwest 65th Avenue. Officers returned when the man strangled his fiancée and hit her, giving her a bloody nose. He was arrested for strangulation and assault.
A man was arrested in the 17800 block of Southwest Pacific Highway for assault witnessed by a child and sexual abuse.
Sunday, June 12
A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend stole her car key and cellphone in the 8300 block of Southwest Mohawk Street.
Monday, June 13
Officers responded to a verbal-only domestic dispute in the 19600 block of Southwest Boones Ferry Road.
A customer at a store in the 7300 block of Southwest Bridgeport Road passed $170 in counterfeit bills.
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