Hillsboro Police Log: Dec. 27, 2021-Jan. 2, 2022
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.
Monday, Dec. 27
A man was arrested in the 500 block of Southeast Ninth Avenue on his outstanding felony warrant from the US Marshall.
A man was stopped in his vehicle after he left Bi-Mart at 2075 S.E. Tualatin Valley Highway during night shift. The man had $998 worth of stolen items in his truck that he had taken from the front of Bi-Mart.
Tuesday, Dec. 28
A suspect broke out the front window of Subway at 7080 N.E. Cornell Road and stole the safe.
A white Ford F-150 pickup was stolen overnight in the 200 block of Southeast Edgeway Drive.
Wednesday, Dec. 29
A kiosk was damaged at the Hillsboro Civic Center, 150 E. Main St., resulting in $8,000 in damage.
A woman was arrested near Southeast Cornelius Pass Road and Baseline Street for DUII. She later blew a .20% BAC.
Thursday, Dec. 30
A black Dodge Avenger was stolen while it was being warmed up in the 900 block of Southeast 13th Avenue.
A victim in the 3500 block of Southeast Ironwood Avenue was scammed out of $50,000 as a result of a cryptocurrency scam.
Friday, Dec. 31
A man was arrested for unlawful use of a weapon and menacing after he threatened a friend with a knife at the Fred Meyer at 7355 N.E. Imbrie Drive.
Saturday, Jan. 1
A woman was driving recklessly around in a parking lot in the 6000 block of Cherry Drive and purposely slamming her door into the car next to her. She was arrested for criminal mischief II.
The bathroom in Petco, 2151 S.E. TV Highway, was vandalized by an unknown suspect.
Sunday, Jan. 2
A blue 2001 Ford F-250 was stolen in the 400 block of Southeast Fourth Avenue. The victim might have information on where his vehicle is.
A man was arrested in the 5300 block of East Main Street for slapping his wife multiple times in the face.
You count on us to stay informed and we depend on you to fund our efforts. Quality local journalism takes time and money. Please support us to protect the future of community journalism.