Deputies arrest second suspect in $3,000 Aloha package theft - KPTV - FOX 12

Deputies arrest second suspect in $3,000 Aloha package theft

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Shawna Boyd, jail booking photo (Washington County Sheriff's Office) Shawna Boyd, jail booking photo (Washington County Sheriff's Office)
Courtney Freymuller, jail booking photo (Washington County Sheriff's Office) Courtney Freymuller, jail booking photo (Washington County Sheriff's Office)
ALOHA, OR (KPTV) -

Deputies arrested the second suspect accused of stealing $3,000 worth of packages from an Aloha home.

Washington County Sheriff's Office said Shawna Boyd, 29, contacted deputies Thursday night and turned herself in.

WCSO reported that nine packages were taken from the home near Southwest 170th Avenue and Southwest Farmington Road on June 19.

Investigators shared the security camera images of the two suspects and received multiple tips from the public allowing deputies to identify the two women as 33-year old Courtney Freymuller and Boyd, both of Beaverton.

Freymuller was located and arrested in Hillsboro on an unrelated charge on June 23. She was later charged with first-degree theft related to the package theft and is being held at the Washington County Jail.

Boyd has been booked into the Washington County Jail for first-degree theft.

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