Pedestrian struck in uptown Hillsboro


Phillip Loveless, 63, a write-in candidate for Hillsboro mayor, hit a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk on Wednesday morning, Sgt. Shawn Kelley of the Hillsboro Police Department told The Times-Gazette. Loveless was cited for failing to yield to a pedestrian as well as an expired vehicle registration and expired operator’s license. The police department said no other information was available Wednesday.

Phillip Loveless, 63, a write-in candidate for Hillsboro mayor, hit a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk on Wednesday morning, Sgt. Shawn Kelley of the Hillsboro Police Department told The Times-Gazette. Loveless was cited for failing to yield to a pedestrian as well as an expired vehicle registration and expired operator’s license. The police department said no other information was available Wednesday.


Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette

Phillip Loveless, 63, a write-in candidate for Hillsboro mayor, hit a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk on Wednesday morning, Sgt. Shawn Kelley of the Hillsboro Police Department told The Times-Gazette. Loveless was cited for failing to yield to a pedestrian as well as an expired vehicle registration and expired operator’s license. The police department said no other information was available Wednesday.

Phillip Loveless, 63, a write-in candidate for Hillsboro mayor, hit a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk on Wednesday morning, Sgt. Shawn Kelley of the Hillsboro Police Department told The Times-Gazette. Loveless was cited for failing to yield to a pedestrian as well as an expired vehicle registration and expired operator’s license. The police department said no other information was available Wednesday.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/10/web1_South-High-St-blocked.jpgPhillip Loveless, 63, a write-in candidate for Hillsboro mayor, hit a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk on Wednesday morning, Sgt. Shawn Kelley of the Hillsboro Police Department told The Times-Gazette. Loveless was cited for failing to yield to a pedestrian as well as an expired vehicle registration and expired operator’s license. The police department said no other information was available Wednesday. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette