Thursday, July 6, 2017

UPDATE: Deputies Arrest Second Package Thief (Photo)


News Release from Washington County Sheriff's Office
Posted on FlashAlert: July 6th, 2017 10:09 PM
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Update -- Deputies Arrest Second Package Thief

July 6, 2017 -- The second suspect who stole $3,000 in packages, Shawna Boyd, contacted deputies this evening and turned herself in. She was lodged at the Washington County Jail for theft in the first degree (booking photo attached). The sheriff's office would like to thank the public and media for their assistance. The original media release is below.


Deputies Arrest Package Thief, Ask for Public's Help Locating Second Suspect

July 3, 2017 -- Two females were caught on camera stealing $3,000 in packages from a residence in south Aloha. Deputies have arrested one suspect and are asking for the public's help locating the second suspect.

On June 20, 2017, Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies began investigating a package theft from a residence in the vicinity of SW 170th Avenue and SW Farmington Road in the community of Aloha.

During the investigation, deputies learned that that two unidentified females stole nine packages, valued at $3,000, from a residential porch the day prior. The entire incident was captured on the victim's security camera.

In the following days, local media outlets ran the security video on-air and deputies received numerous tips from the community. Based on those tips, the two suspects were identified as 33-year old Courtney Freymuller and 29-year-old Shawna Boyd, both of Beaverton.

On June 23, 2017, deputies located and arrested Ms. Freymuller in Hillsboro for an unrelated warrant. Deputies later charged her with theft in the first degree related to the theft of packages. She is currently lodged at the Washington County Jail.

Deputies are asking for the public's help locating Shawna Boyd. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call 503-629-0111.

The Washington County Sheriff's Office takes numerous proactive steps to deter property crimes and apprehend offenders, including deploying bait packages, vehicles, and bicycles. Deputies also remind the public to be home and sign for deliveries whenever possible.
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