Hillsboro Police Department reports

The Hillsboro Police Department has released the following information:

Nov. 7


At 8:46 a.m. the police department received anonymous information that a 7-year-old pedestrian was hit at a bus stop on South East Street around 8:25 a.m. After investigation, it was found that Kari Singleton, 28, of Hillsboro, was dropping off kids at the bus stop and when she was backing up she did not see a 7-year-old boy behind her and struck him with her vehicle, knocking him to the ground. The juvenile boy got on the bus and proceeded to school. He was later taken to Highland District Hospital to be evaluated. The boy had minor injuries. Singleton failed to report the accident and left the scene. She was also driving with a suspended license. Singleton was cited for driving under suspension and leaving the scene of an accident.


Shaylyn Hope McCoy, 20, of Hillsboro, failure to appear bench warrant.

William Parr, 90, of Hillsboro, cited for assured clear distance ahead.

Nov. 8


At 12:02 a.m. the police department received a call of a disturbance in the 400 block of South West Street. Upon arrival it was found that Bradley Kinnet, 29, of Hillsboro, had come to the residence and was told leave. He came back later and threatened the people there. Kinnett then cut one of the occupants with a knife. Kinnett was later located and arrested for aggravated menacing, aggravated trespassing, carrying a concealed weapon and resisting arrest.

Nov. 9


At 4:17 p.m. the police department responded to a two-car crash on East Main Street. Debra Norris, 55, of Hillsboro, was stopped in front of 360 E. Main St., waiting for traffic to clear in order to make a left turn into a private parking lot. Robert Boltenhouse, 49, of Hillsboro, was eastbound on East Main Street and failed to stop, striking the rear of Norris’ 2008 Kia. Both vehicles suffered disabling damage and were towed from the scene. Norris and her front seat occupant were transported to Highland District Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Boltenhouse was cited for assured clear distance ahead.