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News Releases
Missing Person - Daniel Quitugua (Photo) - 04/10/24

Daniel left his Hillsboro residence the morning of April 2, 2024, in his white Toyota Tacoma with Oregon license plate D79643. Daniel left his phone behind and there is no known clothing description. Anyone with information is asked to call 503-629-0111 regarding case Number 24-6518.

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HPD detectives are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a bank robbery suspect. (Photo) - 04/09/24

CAN YOU IDENTIFY ME? | HPD detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a bank robbery suspect.

On April 3, 2024, at 1:04 PM, a male entered Heritage Bank at 9515 NE Windsor St in Hillsboro and passed a note to a teller demanding cash.

If you have any information which could help identify and locate the male pictured above, please call non-emergency dispatch, and ask for Detective Megan Townsend or any available HPD patrol supervisor. HPD case number 24-6564.

Following this incident, the male unsuccessfully attempted to rob a Domino’s Pizza in Beaverton. BPD case number 24-940774.

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NE Cornell Road will be closed for several hours (Photo) - 04/08/24

Time Corrected - On 4/8/24 at 3:28 PM, Hillsboro Police officers responded to an injury crash on NE Cornell Rd. NE Cornell Road will be closed for several hours due to the injury crash that affected a number of power poles and power lines. The crash involved two vehicles and one driver was transported with non-life-threatening injuries to a local hospital for treatment. 


Occupants of two unrelated vehicles to the crash were confined on NE Cornell Road in between downed power poles. The occupants remained in their vehicles until PGE and Hillsboro Fire crews arrived to ensure the occupants could exit their car safely. Washington County's Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team is responding to investigate the crash. 


The Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team (CART) investigates and reconstructs traffic crashes that may result in the prosecution of felony Assault or Manslaughter charges. These crashes often involve an impaired driver involved in a serious injury or fatal crash. 


CART is a multi-agency team of specially trained law enforcement officers from the Sheriff's Office and the Beaverton, Hillsboro, Tigard, King City, and Tualatin Police Departments. The Washington County District Attorney's Office also has assigned Deputy District Attorneys to the team.


Media can park at Pointer Middle School with a media zone on the east side of Cornell and Grant. 

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