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The Hillsboro Police Department reports on calls for service from July 18-24, 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 18

A person left their keys in their car with the doors unlocked in the 500 block of Northeast 80th Avenue. The vehicle was stolen. A few hours later, the vehicle was located at an apartment complex and returned to the owner.

A vehicle entering the highway near westbound Highway 26 and Cornelius Pass Road lost control and hit a pole. The driver was arrested for DUII and left in the care of the hospital.

Tuesday, July 19

A shirtless adult male was pulling his pants down and blocking traffic near Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway and Minter Bridge Road. Officers gave him socks and underwear and asked him to stay clothed and off the road. He complied.

A neighborhood resident woke to a catalytic converter being cut off in the 3900 block of Southeast Bentley Street. No suspect description. The suspect vehicle is described as a dark-colored four-door sedan. Investigation continues.

Wednesday, July 20

A vehicle window was smashed and a backpack with a laptop and work phone was stolen in the 400 block of Northeast 81st Avenue overnight.

A man was reported to be yelling at total strangers in a business parking lot in the 1800 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway. Officers arrived, and after identifying the man, they discovered he had warrants for his arrest. The man was taken to jail.

Thursday, July 21

Two computer modems, still in their original packaging, were found in the 7500 block of East Main Street and turned in as found property. Officers who were working in the 1990s and could recognize the hardware were called to assist their fellow officers in identifying the found property.

A man was called in as an unwanted person outside of a business in the 700 block of Southeast Eighth Avenue. When the officer identified the man, it was discovered he had several outstanding warrants for his arrest. The man was taken to jail and lodged on the warrants.

Friday, July 22

Officers were dispatched to an unconscious female in the 1000 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway. It was later determined the female had overdosed, and Narcan was administered.

A woman near East Main Street and Southeast Second Avenue was called in by a passerby for a welfare check. She was walking around in the area completely naked. Officers contacted the female, and after identifying her, they learned she had a warrant for her arrest. The woman was provided with clothing and taken to jail.

Saturday, July 23

A man left his wedding, by himself, without telling anyone he was leaving to take gifts home and put them away. The man was stopped on a traffic stop near Highway 26 and Northwest 185th Avenue and arrested for DUII.

A man crashed his pickup truck and ended up approximately 30 feet down an embankment in the 1400 block of Southeast 49th Court. The man was arrested for DUII.

Sunday, July 24

A man was having a mental health emergency at a multilevel parking structure in the 2800 block of Northeast Stucki Avenue. The man was helped by officers and taken into protective custody. He was transported to a local area hospital for a mental health evaluation.

A man crashed his vehicle into a utility pole in the 4000 block of Northeast Brookwood Parkway and was medically transported to the hospital. Officers developed probable cause to charge the man with DUII. The man was issued a citation in lieu of custody and remained at the hospital.

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