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Attempted murder suspect in Washington County, located and in custody

43-year-old Glen Alen Hornsby Jr. from Hillsboro is accused of attempting to rob a woman and then shooting her once in the chest, Washington County authorities said.
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Glen Alen Hornsby Jr., 43, of Hillsboro is wanted for attempted murder after shooting a woman in the chest during a road rage incident.

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Washington County Sheriff's Office have found a 43-year-old man accused of shooting a woman in the chest last Friday night

Glen Alen Hornsby Jr. from Hillsboro was taken into custody and booked at the WCSO jail on Friday. 

Horsnby is accused of attempted murder after trying to rob a woman and then shooting her once in the chest during a road rage altercation.

On Friday, April 21, at around 6:15 p.m., deputies responded to multiple reports of a road rage incident and hearing gunshots in the 12700 block of Northwest Dogwood Street near Northwest Saltzman and Cornell Road. 

Upon arrival, deputies found a woman who had been shot once in the chest. They quickly provided medical aid until paramedics arrived. The woman was later transported to a nearby hospital for treatment and was later released. 

According to detectives, Hornsby had attempted to rob the woman, shooting her once. She was able to get away in her car, detectives said, but Hornsby chased after her and shot at her car.

At around 8:30 p.m. deputies located Hornsby's car parked near a motorhome in Hillsboro that he is associated with. He was not at the motorhome. 

Anyone with additional information regarding Hornsby or this incident, is asked to call Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 503-846-2700.    

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