Police: 3 suspects arrested after stolen vehicle pursuit in Washington County | Local News

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ore. (KPTV) – Three individuals are in custody immediately after they stole two cars and led officers on a pursuit by Washington County on Monday evening, in accordance to the Hillsboro Law enforcement Office.

At about 10:15 p.m., a Hillsboro officer took a report at the LA Physical fitness, positioned at 7410 Northeast Imbrie Push. Law enforcement mentioned the target noted his wallet and his automobile – a white 2019 Chevy Cruze – had been stolen.

Inside minutes of the report, law enforcement explained a second officer located the stolen Chevy in the Fred Meyer parking whole lot not far from the LA Conditioning. The three suspects ended up not situated, but officers discovered of their descriptions. Officers also uncovered proof of crimes involving fraud and theft.

Just after 11 p.m., officers received information that the suspects were at the Walmart in Cornelius in a further stolen vehicle – a 2017 black Acura TLX – from an previously theft at an LA Health in Beaverton.

Cornelius police officers situated and adopted the stolen car with the a few suspects. The suspects attempted to elude officers and went into Hillsboro from Southeast Baseline Road. Hillsboro officers used a PIT maneuver to quit the auto, in accordance to police.

Hillsboro Police pursuit ends in foot chase and capture by K9 unit

HILLSBORO, Ore. (KPTV) – A man is in police custody immediately after attempting to escape officer pursuit in Hillsboro.

The suspects, determined as 30-12 months-outdated Alexandria Carroll, 19-yr-old Diana Antonova and 33-yr-old Cory Chase, were arrested and booked into the Washington County Jail.

Carroll is facing a few counts of unauthorized use of a motor car or truck, two counts of endeavor to elude with a vehicle, two counts of id theft, two counts of fraudulent use of a credit rating card, 2nd-diploma theft, 1st-degree theft, reckless driving, and second-diploma attempt to dedicate theft.

Antonova and Chase are both equally struggling with 3 counts of unauthorized use of a motor automobile, two counts of id theft, two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, next-diploma theft, and initially-degree theft.

The investigation is ongoing, and detectives imagine there may be far more victims.

Any individual with details about the case is requested to make contact with Hillsboro Police Office at 503-681-6190 and reference case amount 21-20962. Related cases are Beaverton Law enforcement Section scenario variety 50-213401033 and Cornelius Law enforcement Department scenario quantity 21-100046.

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