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Pablo Perez-Angeles murder billboard.
Pablo Perez-Angeles murder billboard.
Hillsboro police detectives looking for tips related to the 2014 murder of Pablo Perez-Angeles. (Photo) - 11/23/21

On January 17, 2014, Pablo Perez-Angeles was murdered in his residence at the 1100 block of SE Alder Street in Hillsboro. At the time of this incident, Mr. Perez-Angeles was 55 years old and was a loving father, grandfather, friend, and member of the Hillsboro community. Although there are persons of interest in this investigation, we believe additional witnesses have information about Mr. Perez-Angeles death. 

The billboard located at 21250 SW TV Hwy. Hillsboro reminds the public that Mr. Perez-Angeles is not forgotten, and we encourage anyone with information to come forward. The Hillsboro Police Department will continue to investigate the murder of Mr. Perez-Angeles and will follow up on any information provided by the community. 

We encourage anyone with information to contact the Hillsboro Police Department at 503-681-6190, or they can anonymously leave a tip at CrimeStoppers of Oregon.com. The HPD case number is 2014-529 and detective Megan Townsend is the lead detective.  

Suspect vehicle package theft
Suspect vehicle package theft
Hillsboro Police arrest two suspects who were stealing packages off of porches. (Photo) - 11/11/21

On 11-11-21 at about 10:28 am, Hillsboro Police officers received a call of packages being stolen off of porches in the area of 7957 SE Engelman St. Hillsboro, OR. Multiple patrol officers assisted on the call and were able to locate and stop the suspect's vehicle. Inside the car, officers found numerous stolen items, including packages and mail. 
 

The two arrested and lodged suspects were identified as 28-year old James Kyle Gray and 32-year old Luis Rafael Onsurez. Mr. Gray was lodged at the Washington County Jail on charges of mail theft and theft-III. Mr. Onsurez was lodged at the Washington County Jail on charges of theft-III and a probation violation.
 

These arrests were only possible by the alert public who called the police. 

Since there were multiple packages and mail inside the suspect's vehicle, and if you are a victim of package theft or mail theft, your items might have been recovered in this arrest. Please call the Hillsboro Police Department at 503-681-6190 in reference to HPD case #21-19232.

Lorenzo Rawls booking photo from 11-8-21
Lorenzo Rawls booking photo from 11-8-21
Hillsboro Police along with Tri-Met Police arrest suspect who broke into a residence and then exposed himself on a Tri-Met train. (Photo) - 11/09/21

On 11-8-21 at about 5:04 pm, Hillsboro Police Officers and Tri-Met police officers received a call of a male (later identified as 32-year old Lorenzo James Rawls) exposing himself on the train in the area of 8821 NE Quatama St. Hillsboro, OR.  Mr. Rawls was contacted and arrested by Hillsboro Officers assigned to the Tri-Met division.  This incident is related to HPD case # 21-19043.

After Mr. Rawl's was arrested on the train, it was discovered that just minutes before his arrest, he had broken into the victim's residence and stole numerous items, including the victim's identification.  The victim's identification was still in Mr. Rawl's possession connecting him to the burglary. 

Mr. Rawls was lodged in the Washington County Jail for Burglary-1, Theft-1, Public indecency-2, Interfering with public transportation, Interfering with a police officer, and Disorderly conduct.

We would like to thank the public for calling in Mr. Rawl's suspicious activity on the train along with the Tri-Met police for their assistance on this case.  Partnerships with the community and other agencies are extremely important to everyone here at the Hillsboro Police Department.