Crime, North Plains, Washington County Sheriff's Office

North Plains struck by early morning crime spree

North Plains' police chief Washington County Sheriff's Office Sergeant James Haxton and North Plains Mayor Teri Lenahan on Thursday, August 5, 2021 at the North Plains National Night Out. Photo: WCSO, Brenda Schaffer

Several neighborhoods in North Plains were struck by what the Washington County Sheriff’s Office described as an “overnight crime spree” in the wee hours of Saturday morning, August 7.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office serves the city of North Plains under a contract between the law enforcement agency and the city. 

According to the sheriff’s office, deputies assigned to the city received a report of a vehicle stolen from the 30200 block of NW Stewart Lane around 5 a.m. Saturday morning. Then, a call came in from a resident reporting their vehicle stolen from the 28800 block of NW Keenon Street.  . . .

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