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The Hillsboro Police Department handles calls for service from July 11-17, 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, July 11

A driver near Northeast Cornelius Pass Road and Evergreen Parkway was called in by a citizen because their observation of very poor driving. The driver was pulled over by police and arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants. The driver provided a breath sample, which measured thrice the legal limit for blood alcohol content. The man went to jail.

A man was arrested and taken to jail after he lit a rag and shoved it into the gas tank opening on an unoccupied vehicle during a domestic violence incident in the 3000 block of Southeast Bridgeside Way.

Tuesday, July 12

An unidentified person set a shopping cart full of garbage and discarded items on fire near East Main Street and Northeast Brookwood Parkway. The fire spread to adjacent bushes and trees before it was extinguished by Hillsboro Fire & Rescue. The suspect remains outstanding.

An alert patrol officer spotted a man with a warrant for his arrest in the 1300 block of Southwest Oak Street. The man was taken into custody without incident and lodged at the Washington County Jail.

Wednesday, July 13

K-9 Blazer and his human partner tracked and located a male subject with a misdemeanor warrant to include multiple officer safety cautions at Dairy Creek Park. The man was taken to jail without incident.

A man was caught stealing by loss prevention in the 800 block of Northeast 25th Avenue. When police arrived, it was discovered he also had several warrants for his arrest. The man went to jail.

Thursday, July 14

A man was having a mental health crisis and observed cutting himself with a knife in the 8600 block of Northeast Trailwalk Drive. Officers contacted the man and took him into protective custody without incident. The man was transported to a local area hospital for a mental health evaluation.

Officers assisted Washington County sheriff's deputies on a high-risk traffic stop in the 800 block of Southeast Oak Street. A man was arrested, and a firearm was located in the vehicle.

Friday, July 15

A man was arrested near Northeast Cornelius Pass Road and Quatama Street for interfering with public transportation after he ran down the TriMet MAX tracks and then climbed the security fence to the OHSU Primate Research Center.

A man crashed his vehicle into parked cars in the 5300 block of Southeast Drake Road, causing his vehicle to roll over on its top. The man was extricated by Hillsboro Fire & Rescue. The man was transported to a local area hospital and issued a citation for driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Saturday, July 16

A man stole over $500 in merchandise from a store in the 11000 block Northeast Evergreen Parkway and left on foot. Officers located the man in the bathroom of a nearby store, where he was smoking fentanyl. He was arrested and taken to jail. The store had to decontaminate the restroom.

A man stole a drill in the 1900 block of Southeast Minter Bridge Road. When located by officers, he was found to have six different warrants out of Multnomah and Clackamas counties. He apparently stole the drill with the intent to sell it to obtain controlled substances. He was taken to jail.

Sunday, July 17

Police were called to check on a suspicious vehicle parked in the neighborhood near Northeast 21st Avenue and Barberry Drive. While officers were on the scene, a man popped out of the trunk of the car. The man was hiding from police because he had warrants for his arrest. He was arrested and taken to jail on the warrants.

A man stole 11 LEGO sets and a wagon with a combined value of over $800 from a retailer in the 2200 block of Tualatin Valley Highway. The man and his wagon full of LEGOs were not located.

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