Hillsboro Police Log: Sept. 20-26, 2021
Monday, Sept. 20
A man in the 5300 block of East Main Street was arrested on a felony warrant after he was called in for causing a disturbance.
A man in the 200 block of Southwest Adams Street was taken into custody on a secret indictment warrant for a hit-and-run back on July 12 on Highway 26 near Northeast Cornelius Pass Road.
Tuesday, Sept. 21
A man in the 700 block of Southeast 10th Avenue was arrested for menacing and disorderly conduct after he threw items at a parks employee, then put his vehicle in reverse and drove toward an employee.
A man was arrested for reckless burning and a warrant after he started a brush fire next to a building in the 5300 block of Northeast Elam Young Parkway.
Wednesday, Sept. 22
Officers arrested a man in the 3300 block of Northeast Olympic Street for domestic violence.
Officers arrested a man in the 1600 block of Northeast Cornell Road after he stole a pack of beer.
Thursday, Sept. 23
A man in the 2800 block of Southeast 75th Avenue was arrested for attempted murder and unlawful use of a weapon.
Officers arrested a man in the 900 block of Southeast Baseline Street for criminal mischief.
Friday, Sept. 24
A man in the 11000 block of Northwest Evergreen was arrested for two outstanding warrants.
A man in a pickup truck was called in as suspicious. It turned out the pickup truck was stolen out of Cornelius, and the man associated with the truck had multiple felony warrants, for which he was arrested.
Saturday, Sept. 25
A woman was arrested in the 300 block of Northwest Connell Avenue for domestic violence after she threw a hard plastic cup at her boyfriend's face, causing an injury, in the presence of children.
A woman was arrested for theft after stealing 26 items on Northeast 25th Avenue.
Sunday, Sept. 26
Officers arrested a man near Northwest Eighth Avenue and Darnielle Street for punching a female victim in the face.
Police responded to Northeast Cornelius Pass Road and Walbridge Drive for a scooter crash. They arrested the scooter operator on 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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