Hillsboro Police Log: June 21-27, 2021
Monday, June 21
Officers took a report of a catalytic converter theft from a vehicle at the Extended Stay America Suites, 10665 N.E. Eider Ct.
Officers arrested a woman at the Econo Lodge, 622 S.E. 10th Ave., after she threw an electronic tablet at another person.
Tuesday, June 22
Officers arrested a man in the 500 block of Southeast Ninth Avenue on an outstanding warrant.
Officers arrested a man at a residence in the 3000 block of Northeast Overlook Drive for domestic assault.
Wednesday, June 23
Officers arrested an intoxicated man in the 1000 block of Southeast Maple Street after walking in traffic.
Officers arrested a man with pink hair at a business in the 2200 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway after he stole more than $600 worth of Legos.
Thursday, June 24
Officers took a report of a stolen motorcycle from the parking lot of the 206 Apartment, 2499 N.E. John Olsen Ave.
Officers took a report of a hit-and-run at Aloft Hotel, 1705 N.E. Amberglen Pkwy. A driver doing cookies hit another vehicle and left the scene.
Friday, June 25
Officers arrested a man at Park Lanes Entertainment Center, 6360 S.E. Alexander St., on an outstanding felony warrant.
Officers took a report of a car prowl at a dentist office in the 300 block of Southeast Third Ave. Tools and fishing gear were stolen from a vehicle.
Saturday, June 26
Officers took a report of an attempted assault at WinCo Foods, 1500 S.W. Oak St. A man pulled a knife on a loss prevention employee after dropping stolen merchandise.
Officers responded to a fire in the parking lot of Costco. 1255 N.E. 48th Ave. Hillsboro Fire Department extinguished the blaze.
Sunday, June 27
Officers responded to a report of a theft from a vehicle in the 1900 block of Southeast 52nd Ave. Two Glock handguns were taken from an unlocked truck. A vehicle was also stolen at the scene.
Officers took a report of a theft at Best Buy, 11115 N.E. Evergreen Pkwy. A man stole a Shark robot vacuum valued at $260.
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. Accounts of events are based on police and eyewitness reports.
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