Hillsboro Police Log: Jan. 31-Feb. 6, 2021
Sunday, Jan. 31
Officers arrested a man short distance away form a store in the 7400 block of East Main Street after he stole beer and pizza.
Officers arrested a man in the 1000 block of Northwest Briarcreek Way for an outstanding felony warrant for dangerous drugs.
Monday. Feb. 1
Officers arrested a man for attempted burglary and unlawful entry into a motor vehicle along Southeast 12th Avenue. The man ran when police arrived and tried to gain entry into an apartment by breaking a window.
Officers conducted a death investigation in the 1000 block of Northwest Briarcreek Way.
Tuesday, Feb. 2
Officers arrested a man near Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway and Cornelius Pass Road for DUII (controlled substance) after he fled.
A man was arrested near Northwest Glencoe and Evergreen roads for DUII after being called in by another motorist. The man refused a breath test and a warrant was obtained for evidence.
Wednesday, Feb. 3
Officers arrested a woman near Southwest Baseline Road and 17th Avenue on a felony warrant.
Officers attempted to serve a warrant on a man in the 1000 block of Southeast Fir Grove Loop who ran from police. He was caught on the roof of a residence with the assistance of a drone.
Thursday, Feb. 4
Officers trespassed a man from Maguffy's Pub, 2401 N.E. Cornell Road.
A catalytic converter was stolen from a parked vehicle in the 6400 block of Northeast Jacobson Street.
Friday, Feb. 5
Officers conducted a sex abuse investigation involving a male adult in the 200 block of Southeast Edgeway Drive.
Saturday, Feb. 6
Officers recovered a stolen vehicle in the 1500 block of Northeast Greensword Drive with the assistance of the in-vehicle GPS.
Officers conducted a welfare check on a woman in the 11100 block of Northeast Evergreen Parkway. During contact, the woman put her car in reverse and struck one of the officers, injuring him. Ongoing investigation with female suspect identified.
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