Add in music, snacks, free lawn ornaments, family games and lots of love from Pepper, the police department’s newest K-9 officer, and the event turned into a very special success.
“There won’t be another tower like it around. It will be great, not just for us, but for all surrounding communities. We have big plans for it.”
In the span of six hours, Avery raised $447.76 toward “feeding the police a healthy lunch.”
Sapulpa City Manager Joan Riley announced in a formal statement to Sapulpa Times on Tuesday morning that Mike Reed will become Sapulpa’s next Chief of Police, effective in September.
Read how you can help this family through their loss and get back on their feet.
Read about the training and help that these K-9 officers bring to different law enforcement groups in the County.
Sapulpa Police Detective Brett Henson honored Sapulpa Times with an interview to discuss his retirement after serving our community for the past thirty years. His office walls were bare, his family pictures in boxes ready to be taken home. The Human Resource Department called him in for a quick question and he received a hug…
UPDATE: The driver has turned himself in. Watch the video of a horrific car accident that police say the victims were lucky to live through.
Police have identified the two victims who died in a two-car collision on the Rock Creek Bridge on Friday evening.
A day of recognition for our fallen officers is an experience that everyone should have.