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The Hillsboro Police Department describes calls for service from Aug. 29-Sept. 4, 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, Aug. 29

A man was arrested in the 1600 block of Southeast 67th Avenue for returning to a residence in violation of his release agreement. He went to jail.

A new construction home builder reported an unknown suspect stole a plant and lighting package from a home under construction in the 8000 block of Southeast Stone Crop Lane.

Tuesday, Aug. 30

A man returned to a business in the 1000 block of Southeast Maple Street after being trespassed and reportedly got naked and laid on the vehicles of patrons who were inside shopping. He was located outside the business and arrested for criminal trespass.

A business in the 11000 block of Northeast Evergreen Parkway reported a woman stole product from the store after the credit card she was using was declined for the third time. Officers located the vehicle she was associated with in the parking lot. The vehicle had no plates and was reported stolen. The vehicle was recovered and returned to the registered owner. The woman and stolen merchandise were not located.

Wednesday, Aug. 31

A man used force against a store clerk to steal a bag of potato chips in the 1300 block of Northwest 185th Avenue. He fled the scene on foot and was located by officers a short distance from the store. He was arrested for robbery and went to jail.

A utility loader valued at $27,000 was stolen overnight from a construction area in the 4100 block of Southeast 76th Avenue. There were no witnesses, no cameras and no suspects.

Thursday, Sept. 1

A man was lodged on a probation violation detainer after he was reported urinating on the playground at Shute Park. The man was located by officers, and it was discovered he is a registered sex offender who was not allowed where children congregate. He went to jail.

A man was contacted during a disturbance at a retail business in the 20000 block of Northwest 185th Avenue. He had a warrant for possession of a stolen vehicle. Prior to the arrest, he claimed he ingested fentanyl. He was taken to a local hospital and issued a citation in lieu of custody. The man remained at the hospital under observation by medical staff.

Friday, Sept. 2

Officers responded to a single-vehicle rollover crash near Northeast Evergreen Parkway and Northwest 273rd Avenue involving two occupants, a man and a woman. The woman was ejected from the vehicle. Both were transported to a local area trauma center for their injuries. The Washington County Crash and Reconstruction Team (CART) was called to the scene to investigate. Northeast Evergreen Parkway was closed for several hours during the investigation.

Several residents of an apartment complex on Northeast Tandem Way reported several shots fired and cars speeding away. Responding officers located several shell casings in the parking lot. No injuries or damage found. No suspects were located. The investigation continues.

Saturday, Sept. 3

A man crashed his Jeep into a tree, then drove off and crashed a short distance later into bushes near Northeast Slumber Lane and Ashberry Drive. He was arrested for DUII and then was transported to a local area trauma center for medical evaluation. Officers issued him a citation in lieu of custody and left him in the care of the hospital.

A man strangled his girlfriend before pointing a gun at her head, threatening to kill her and then himself. The woman fled on foot and the man followed her for a short distance before returning home to the 100 block of Northeast 41st Avenue. Responding officers surrounded the residence, a search warrant was written, and a full Washington County Tactical Negotiations Team (TNT) and Washington County Crisis Negotiations Unit (CNU) callout occurred. The CNU team negotiated with the man for a couple of hours, and eventually, he came out of the house and was taken into custody peacefully. He was lodged at the Washington County Jail on charges of unlawful use of a weapon, menacing, strangulation, domestic violence (harassment) and violation of a release agreement.

Sunday, Sept. 4

A man was arrested and taken to jail after it was reported he was running into traffic yelling and screaming, pulling his pants down in a nearby park and throwing things in the 1000 block of Southeast Maple Street. Washington County issued a parole violation detainer, on which the man was subsequently arrested.

An observant officer saw a vehicle he knew to be entered as stolen arriving in the 1000 block of Northeast Creeksedge Drive. The officer conducted a traffic stop, and the driver was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle and sent to jail.

Editor's note: The Family Justice Center of Washington County reminds everyone that resources are available if you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or abuse.

If this is an emergency and you or someone you know is in danger, call or text 911 immediately.

The Family Justice Center can be reached at 503-430-8300, where callers can connect to partners' crisis lines, 24/7.

You can also call them individually at:

• Domestic Violence Resource Center: 503-469-8620

• Sexual Violence Resource Center: 503-640-5311

• Safety Compass: 971-235-0021

• Washington County Mental Health: 503-291-9111

Tri-county resources include:

• Multnomah County, Call To Safety: 503-235-5333

• Clackamas County, A Safe Place and Clackamas Women's Services: 888-654-2288


• The National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

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