Downtown residents and workers on the lookout for plant vandals
The vegetation vandalism is usually sporadic, but now it’s taking another turn, spreading to plants and decorative pieces outside of downtown businesses.
Arrest sends Sapulpa Schools into temporary lockdown
Police deployed less-than-lethal measures and pepper balls to apprehend a non-compliant suspect during an arrest on Wednesday morning.
Owner of “canine repeat offender” misses court date, dog can stay if confined
Officers say a bench warrant is likely to be issued to the owner of a dog accused of attacking three people, and biting one.
Sapulpa man sentenced after child pornography convictions
Investigators discovered 193 images and 33 videos depicting the abuse and rape of children as young as infants.
Man in serious condition after collision early Thursday morning
Sapulpa police say a man is in the hospital in serious condition after he was ejected from his vehicle during a crash on early Thursday morning.
Sapulpa man sentenced for embezzlement of union funds
The man embezzled union funds by writing approximately 43 unauthorized checks to himself, resulting in a loss of $19,900.
Canine repeat offender terrorizes neighborhood
Residents of a neighborhood on West Lincoln Avenue are warning others to be watchful of a dog they say has attacked several and bitten at least one person.
One person injured in shooting at Hickory South Addition
One person is in the hospital after Sapulpa Police responded to a call of a shooting at the Hickory South Addition sometime before 10:00 pm on Tuesday night.
Vandalism on Park Street calls attention to the need for lights in the area
It’s at least the second time in a year that buildings on that block have sustained damage by vandals.
Routine traffic stop leads to assault on law enforcement officers
Witnesses say that a fight broke out initially between the man and at least two highway patrol officers, all of whom sustained injuries during the altercation.
Two Sapulpa men plead guilty to child exploitation crimes
Two Sapulpa men pleaded guilty last week in U.S. District Court to child exploitation crimes, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson.