Tualatin Police Blotter: April 2021

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This information is provided by the Tualatin Police Department and represents a partial log of calls received by the department last month. The department’s non-emergency phone number is (503) 629-0111. The community tip line can be reached at (503) 691-0285.


  • A caller reported that her significant other had taken in their recyclable cans to the bottle drop without her permission. Police arrived and advised this was a civil issue and left. No crime was committed.
  • An unknown suspect stole a bike from Dick’s Sporting Goods on S.W. Lower Boones Ferry Road.


  • Officers responded to a fight that occurred between a boyfriend and girlfriend. Investigation found fight was physical, but only to the level of harassment where the woman would have been the victim. She did not want to file charges.


  • An unknown suspect unlawfully entered a secure storage room at the Eddyline Apartment Complex on S.W. Lower Boones Ferry Road, broke into a secure locker and stole numerous items.
  • A woman reported her medications were lost after forgetting them on the roof of her vehicle. She advised she needed a report to obtain a refill from her doctor.
  • An unidentified man stole an unsecured bike from in front of the New Seasons Market at the Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center.


  • A former employee sent threatening texts to a former friend/co-employee while at work.
  • A woman brought in suspected psilocybin mushrooms for destruction. They were wrongfully delivered to her home.


  • A 30-year-old woman hit a citizen in the face and then resisted arrest when taken into custody. She also attempted to steal the vehicle of her acquaintance.


  • A caller reported one of her license plates was stolen.
  • A woman reported that she was scammed out of $5,000.


  • A man dropped off a pelican box containing a family heirloom WW2 firearm at UPS to mail it to himself in Tennessee. When the box arrived, it had been tampered with and the gun was missing.
  • A 57-year-old woman was called in as DUII at Baskin Robbins by an employee. She was ultimately arrested by officers at her residence.


  • An unidentified woman received emergency room treatment from Meridian Park Hospital on S.W. 65th Avenue and left after giving false information. Roughly $10,000 worth of medical services went unpaid.
  • A 25-year-old man stole a person’s vehicle. As the victim realized their vehicle was gone, they saw the suspect bring back the stolen vehicle and confronted him, but the suspect drove away in the stolen vehicle. Small civilian pursuit occurred, but eventually the suspect was boxed in by the victim’s truck and other family member vehicles. Suspect was subdued by civilians by the time officers arrived.
  • Officers cited a 38-year-old man for shoplifting and trespassed him from the Tualatin Fred Meyer after stealing an air conditioner unit, valued at $399.99.


  • Officers arrested a 25-year-old woman on outstanding felony warrant. Officers later located a small bag of heroin in her wallet.
  • A box of quilting material was handed in after being found in the Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center parking lot.


  • A Tualatin officer assisted Beaverton Police with a drug detection dog deployment.
  • An elderly woman was scammed into giving an unknown suspect remote access to her mobile phone, which led to $1,800 being transferred out of her bank account.


  • A woman dropped off two shotguns for destruction.
  • A suspect returned a stolen item to the Tualatin Fred Meyer.


  • A husband and wife were involved in a domestic disturbance over car keys on the 9000 block of S.W. Sweek Dr.
  • Graffiti was reported at the skate park at the Tualatin Community Park with no suspect information.
  • A Tualatin Library employee found a key fob in their book drop box.
  • A caller reported that an individual’s information was used to fraudulently obtain a COVID-19 vaccine.


  • A mother reported that her son was given marijuana edibles.


  • A 39-year-old man was arrested for violating a restraining order while at Bright Now! Dental on S.W. Nyberg Street.
  • A caller reported that an unknown suspect drove their motorcycle recklessly in the Cabela’s parking lot at the Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center, nearly striking the caller as he was standing on the sidewalk in front of the business.