Hillsboro Police Log: March 22-28, 2021
Monday, March 22
A woman in the 150 block of Southeast 10th Avenue was scammed out of $2,800 when a suspect called her and identified himself as an HPD employee and told her she had a warrant and she needed to deposit $2,800 in the suspect's bank account.
A white 2016 Keystone 21-foot camping trailer was stolen in the 1100 block of Northeast Queens Lane.
Tuesday, March 23
A man was arrested on his outstanding warrant in the 150 block of North First Avenue.
A man was arrested near Southeast Sixth Avenue and Southeast Baseline Street after he broke the rear window of a camper.
Wednesday, March 24
A man was arrested in the 400 block of Southwest Connell Avenue for texting his ex-girlfriend.
A woman was arrested for theft in the 6400 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway.
Thursday, March 25
Lumber was stolen from a construction site in the 8000 block of Southeast Hayloft Street.
A blue BMW crashed into a tree near South First Avenue and Southeast Baseline Street and was abandoned by its occupants. This vehicle was later discovered to have been reported stolen out of Vancouver, Washington.
Friday, March 26
A man was arrested for unlawful use of a weapon and menacing after he tried to attack another male in the 400 block of Southeast Third Avenue.
A counterfeit $20 bill was seized in the 900 block of Southeast Oak Street.
Saturday, March 27
A victim in the 5300 block of Southeast Verbena Place had $1,500 stolen out of their vehicle.
A woman was arrested after she was witnessed punching her boyfriend in the 1900 block of Southeast Minterbridge Road.
Sunday, March 28
A man crashed his vehicle near Northeast Cornell and Northeast Arrington and was arrested for DUII. A breath analysis test found he had three times the legal blood alcohol content.
A man in the 7300 block of Northeast Imbrie Drive committed theft while an officer was at the location. The adult male was arrested for stealing over $2,000 worth of items.
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