Deputies arrest Beaverton woman as package thief; seek second suspect
In June, two women were caught on camera allegedly stealing $3,000 in packages from a residence in south Aloha. Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested one suspect, Courtney Freymuller of Beaverton, and are asking for the public's help locating the second suspect, Shawna Boyd of Beaverton.
On June 20, deputies began investigating a package theft from a residence in the vicinity of Southwest 170th Avenue and Farmington Road in Aloha. During the investigation, they learned that that the suspects allegedly had stolen nine packages valued at $3,000 on the previous day. The incident was captured on the victim's security camera.
In the following days, local media outlets ran the security video on-air and deputies received numerous tips from the community. Based on those tips, the suspects were identified as Courtney Freymuller, 33, and Shawna Boyd, 29, both of Beaverton.
Deputies located and arrested Freymuller on June 23 in Hillsboro for an unrelated warrant. She was charged with theft in the first degree related to the theft of packages. She is being held at the Washington County Jail.
Deputies are asking for the public's help locating Boyd. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call 503-629-0111.