Hillsboro Police Log: Nov. 8-14, 2021
Monday, Nov. 8
Officers arrested on a man for mail theft and check fraud in the 200 block of Southwest Adams Avenue.
A man was arrested after he followed a woman and then exposed himself next to her on the MAX statoin at 8821 Northeast Quatama Street.
Tuesday, Nov. 9
Officers spotted a stolen yellow truck that had been stolen 2 days prior at Parr Lumber on Northwest 185th Ave. Upon stopping the vehicle, the adult male driver fled, and the woman passenger was arrested and lodged. A k9 track was unsuccessful for the male driver.
A woman was arrested in the 600 block of Southeast Third Avenue after it was determined she was associated with a stolen vehicle.
Wednesday, Nov. 10
A man arrested for trespassing at Albertsons near Northeast 25th and Northeast Cornell Road.
Unknown suspects set a tree on fire in an apartment complex in the 2500 block of Northeast Overlook Drive.
Thursday, Nov. 11
Mailboxes were broken into in the 2400 block of Northeast Inverness Drive.
A construction trailer was broken into, and items stolen out of it near Northeast Wilkins Street and John Olsen Avenue.
Friday, Nov. 12
Over 12 pounds of marijuana seized from a package that was set out to be picked up by FedEx in the 900 block of Southeast Oak Street.
A man arrested after stealing $200 worth of women's handbags from a store in the 11100 block of Northeast Evergreen Parkway.
Saturday, Nov. 13
A man was arrested after he was found sleeping in a stolen vehicle in the 600 block of Southeast 24th Avenue.
A bald eagle was found dead 2600 block of Southwest Highway 219. No apparent trauma was found on the bird, but the eagle was seized by Oregon State Police for further investigation.
Sunday, Nov. 14
A victim had her wallet stolen out of her purse while she was shopping in the 7300 block of Northeast Butler Street. Within just a few minutes the suspect had already made multiple charges on the victim's accounts.
A man stole from Rite Aid, 2021 N.W. 185th Ave., and then fled on a bicycle until crashing into a police car. The man was arrested and lodged for theft and numerous warrants.
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.
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