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Officer-Involved Shooting in Hillsboro - 09/14/19

September 14th, 2019

 OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING IN HILLSBORO

Hillsboro, OR -    At 8:29 p.m. Hillsboro Police Department Officers went to the Extended Stay America at 10665 Northeast Eider Court to investigate suspicious circumstances.  At 9:12 p.m. an officer fired their weapon upon encountering subjects related to the investigation inside of a room at the Hotel.  

One subject related to the investigation was transported to a hospital with minor injuries.  No officers were injured. 

There is no current threat to public safety or road closures.  The investigation is ongoing, and no further information will be released at this time. 

A media staging area has been established at 18643 Northeast Eider Court, the Discount Tire Parking Lot.   

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Attached Media Files: Press Release .pdf
Clayton
Clayton
Hillsboro Police Arrest Fatal Hit-and-Run Suspect (Photo) - 09/05/19

Washington County Sheriff's Office and Hillsboro Police officers arrested Patricia Clayton, 77, of North Plains for two counts of failure to perform duties of a driver when persons are injured after her indictment by a Washington County grand jury. Clayton was involved in a hit-and-run crash on January 19 at Northeast Cornell Road and Northeast 17th Avenue in which two pedestrians were struck. One pedestrian, Marjorie Averill, was killed, and the other, Timothy Mahan, suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Investigation determined Clayton to be the driver. She was lodged in the Washington County Jail.

Attached Media Files: Clayton