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Total population of residents779
White resident population recorded738
Black or African American resident population recorded1
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded6
Asian resident population recorded7
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded0
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded27
Resident population of some other race recorded1
Resident population of two or more races recorded26
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Hillsboro dog struck by Washington County Animal Control Officer loses eye
Police are still investigating whether criminal animal abuse occurred when animal control officer Hoyt Stepp struck Dojie, 9, with his bite stick while responding to a call near the 600 block of Northwest Garibaldi Street in Hillsboro on Feb. 25. A Hillsboro dog injured in an encounter last week with a Washington County Animal Control Officer has lost her damaged eye, according to the canine's owner.Police are still investigating whether criminal animal abuse occurred when animal control officer Hoyt Stepp struck Dojie, 9, with his bite stick while responding to a call near the 600 block of Northwest Garibaldi Street in Hillsboro on Feb. 25.Veterinarians removed the dog's right eye on Wednesday, said her owner Marlin Starr. Dojie returned home from a Clackamas animal clinic the following day, Starr said. The black Labrador mix is trained to assist in water rescues during river rafting excursions, Starr said, but she now may have to retire. She has been sleeping often since returning home from the surgery.'She'll bounce back, I know she will,' said Starr, 40.Starr's neighbors called animal control on Feb. 25 after another dog from his home left the backyard through an open gate and roamed the area, according to Lt. Michael Rouches, a Hillsboro police spokesman. Stepp responded. He told police officers that Dojie aggressively approached him as he was trying to get the other dog to return to the home, and he struck her, Rouches said. Stepp left a note about the use of force to notify Starr, who was not home at the time.Washington County Animal Services announced last week that Stepp would be on non-patrol duty until the police investigation has concluded.Strong wind gusts likely blew the gate open, allowing the dogs to get free, Starr said. The dogs getting loose resulted in a fine of about $740.Aggressive behavior is uncharacteristic for Dojie, Starr said, and he believes Stepp was overly aggressive. A CAT scan revealed that along with the damaged eye, Dojie had a damaged shoulder and a skull fracture, Starr said.More than $3,000 has been raised through an online fund to pay for Dojie's medical bills, Starr said. He's anxious for the results of the police investigation.'Once we have the truth,' he said, 'I'm sure we'll have justice for Dojie.'-- Everton Bailey Jr.
Happening March 07 2014 - Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/hillsboro/index.ssf/2014/03/hillsboro_dog_struck_by_washin.html

Washington County Animal Control officer accused of abusing dog while on duty in Hillsboro
Resident Marlin Starr, 40, told Hillsboro police and city code enforcement officers that his black Labrador sustained a severe eye injury after being struck by animal control officer Hoyt Stepp on Feb. 25. Police are investigating whether a crime occurred. A Washington County Animal Control Officer is under investigation for alleged abuse of a dog while responding to a call in Hillsboro earlier this week.Resident Marlin Starr, 40, told Hillsboro police and city code enforcement officers that his black Labrador sustained a severe eye injury after being struck by animal control officer Hoyt Stepp on Tuesday, said Lt. Michael Rouches, a Hillsboro police spokesman. A police investigation is underway to determine if any criminal animal abuse occurred. Starr's neighbors in the 600 block of Northwest Garibaldi Street called animal control after another dog from his home left his backyard through an open gate and roamed around the area, Rouches said. Stepp responded and told officers that as he was trying to get the dog to return to the home, the black Labrador approached him and began exhibiting aggressive behavior including baring teeth and barking, Rouches said. Stepp told police he struck the black Labrador with his bite stick and took both dogs into custody, according to Rouches. He left a note about the use of force to notify Starr, who was not home at the time. Starr told police strong wind gusts likely blew his home gate open, Rouches said. Police have not responded to the home in the past for any animal-related calls, according to Rouches. Washington County Animal Control did not immediately return calls for comment Friday.-- Everton Bailey Jr.
Happening February 28 2014 - Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/hillsboro/index.ssf/2014/02/washington_county_animal_contr.html

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GM to launch dual-fuel car in 2014
General Motors said Wednesday it will launch a car next year with the ability to operate on both gasoline and compressed natural gas, taking advantage of abundant US gas supplies.
October 17 2013 - Source: http://phys.org/news301199172.html

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