Hillsboro Police Log: July 5-11, 2021
Monday, July 5
Officers took a report of criminal mischief at the Commons at Creekside Apartments, 5300 E. Main St. Community mailboxes were broken into.
Officers responded to a report of a man having a mental health crisis in the 300 block of Southeast Maple Street. The Washington County Mental Health Team assisted at the scene.
Tuesday, July 6
Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle in the 8600 block of Northeast Swire Street.
Officers took a report of car prowl in the 7000 block of Southeast Johnson Street. A vehicle was broken into, and over $3,700 worth of custom rodeo equipment was stolen.
Wednesday, July 7
Officers arrested a man at the Hillsboro Airport on Northeast Cornell Road after he trespassed onto the property and got into an aircraft.
Officers took a report of a theft at Public Storage, 3075 S.E. Tualatin Valley Hwy. A storage unit was broken into, and items were stolen.
Thursday, July 8
Officers took a report of fraud at Les Schwab Tire Center, 320 S.E. 10th Ave. A man deceptively opened a line of credit and paid to have work done on a vehicle.
Officers arrested a man for menacing in the 5300 block of Southeast Drake Street after he pointed a gun at a woman.
Friday, July 9
Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle from a driveway at a residence in the 700 block of Southeast 18th Avenue.
Officers arrested a man on Southeast Walnut Street near Sixth Avenue for an outstanding warrant.
Saturday, July 10
Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle from a driveway at a residence in the 1400 block of Southeast Maple Street. It was taken while the vehicle was warming up.
Officers arrested a woman in the 5800 block of Southeast Woll Pond Way after she broke items belonging to her boyfriend.
Sunday, July 11
Officers took a report of a catalytic converter theft in the 1600 block of Northeast 65th Avenue.
Officers arrested a man in the 700 block of Southeast 10th Avenue for an outstanding warrant.
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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