Hillsboro Police Log Meth Dealer Approaches Store Employee
Hillsboro Police Log Meth Dealer Approaches Store Employee

Hillsboro Police Log: Meth Dealer Approaches Store Employee

From May 30 through June 5, 2022, the Hillsboro Police Department gives a breakdown of all calls for service. The police logs are based on activity reports and descriptions provided by participating police agencies and are therefore just a partial accounting of law enforcement calls. Unless and until they are proven guilty, all those accused of a crime are presumed innocent.
May 30th, 2013

When he wasn’t given his car back in a timely manner, an employee at a repair shop on Southeast Washington Street was beaten and the property was damaged. In the 1000 block of Southeast Maple Street, a drug dealer tried to sell methamphetamine to a store employee for cash. Initially, the suspect fled from the police when they came, but they were able to track him down and arrest him for interfering with a police officer and criminal trespassing.

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May 31st, Tuesday

To get two pairs of shoes, someone broke into the 2300 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway, drove off in a silver Honda Element, and then fled. In order to protect other motorists, the officer who attempted to pull the vehicle over decided not to pursue it further.

Suspicious behavior led police to two males in the 2500 block of Northeast Overlook Drive. Their red 2002 Chevy Impala was parked outside. Catalytic converters have been stolen using a variety of tools including gloves, a Sawzall, and a floor jack.

Wednesday, June 1st

One of the 4300 block’s white 1996 Ford F-150s, which had a tube frame and a Leer canopy, has been stolen. Arrests were made in the area of Northwest Connell Avenue for DUII and resisting arrest. A warrant was issued for the man’s blood because he refused a blood draw.

On Thursday, June 2nd

Police are searching for an unidentified white 2022 Hyundai Kona that was taken from the 1200 block of Northeast 17th Avenue in Portland. Car share scams like these are common. Later, a GPS tracking system in Tennessee was able to locate the vehicle.

About 20 young women were involved in a brawl in the area of Southeast 12th Avenue and Baseline Street. Officers were called to the scene. All involved left prior to police arrival.

On Friday, 3 June

A woman was arrested for stealing socks and shorts from the 2100 block of Northeast 106th Avenue in Portland, Oregon. Texting his ex-girlfriend against a restraining order got him detained in the 100 block of SE 30th Avenue.

On the 4th of June

A guy and a woman were found inside a stolen vehicle at Southeast 62nd Avenue and Frances Street. Officers surrounded the vehicle and used a Taser to detain the occupants. They were charged with various warrants and driving under the influence of alcohol. A naked woman was spotted running around the neighborhood in the 6600 block of Southeast Frances Street, and she was sent to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

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Sunday, June 5th

In the 2300 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway, a guy was arrested on suspicion of theft. When the cops arrived, they saw the man getting into his car and immediately called for backup.

While driving his friend’s vehicle at Northeast Brookwood Parkway and Cornell Road, a man lost control and hit numerous trees before his Ford F-350 began to roll. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs led to his detention.

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