If that's not a chicken or the egg headline, I don't know what is. The news rarely lets these stories develop before posting them, but here are the facts as stated so far: Last night, someone called the police about a domestic disturbance in an apartment complex in Beaverton. Trencito was in the parking lot of that complex, attempting to leave in a car when the police arrived, and apparently was "uncooperative" and was arrested as a result. He was released this morning and charged with interfering with a peace officer. A quote from a KGW article claimed "Details about the original argument were not available but Rowe characterized it as minor and not something that would have led to a domestic violence arrest. Had Valencia simply cooperated, he would not have ended up in custody, Rowe said." As a reminder, Trencito speaks very little English. While this may end up being nothing more than a misunderstanding, stories like this are definitely ones that don't go back in the bag after they get out. Here's to hoping it's not anything serious and the worst crime that occurred here was simply a communication breakdown.