Hillsboro Police Log: Sept. 27-Oct. 3, 2021
Monday, Sept. 27
A woman was arrested at Grocery Outlet after she was called in because she was causing a disturbance. She spit on Grocery Outlet employees and threw rocks at them.
A man was arrested after he strangled his ex-girlfriend and then pointed a firearm at her in the 900 block of Southwest 185th Avenue.
Tuesday, Sept. 28
A man was arrested after he stole $44 worth of items in the 2000 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway.
Two men were seen removing a catalytic converter from a vehicle near Northeast 25th Avenue and East Main Street. The two suspects were gone prior to police arrival.
Wednesday, Sept. 29
A 1999 Subaru Impreza was stolen from the 700 block of Southeast Cedar Street but it was recovered nearby a short time later.
A woman was arrested for assault on a police officer at the McDonald's at South First Avenue after she was called in as an unwanted person.
Thursday, Sept. 30
A man was arrested for trespassing, attempted assault on a police officer, escape, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct at Lowe's.
A man was called in as a DUII driver. Police located him at 2401 N.E. Cornell Road and ultimately arrested him for DUII. His blood alcohol content was measured at more than twice the legal limit.
Friday, Oct. 1
A man arrested for intentionally making a mess in Safeway in the 2500 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway and for trespassing.
A woman in the 300 block of Southeast Fifth Street was arrested for harassment after she slapped her boyfriend's son in the face twice, leaving red marks.
Saturday, Oct. 2
A man was arrested for domestic violence (harassment) after spitting on his elderly mother twice in the 3800 block of Southeast Ash Street.
A woman was arrested for DUII. She blew a 0.29% BAC — nearly four times the legal limit — in the 1500 block of Southwest Oak Street.
Sunday, Oct. 3
A person reported their $4,500 bicycle had been stolen, even though it was locked up in the 2200 block of Northeast Shute Road.
A person's vehicle was entered in the 10500 block of Northeast Cedar Falls Loop, and numerous items were taken, including their wallet.
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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