Florence Huskies 7 CSCS 3 At the end of the half.
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Florence Police Department is located at 324 West Evans Street, Florence, 81226 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Ingle. The Florence Police Department phone number is 843-665-3191.
Florence Huskies 7 CSCS 3 At the end of the half.
From all of us at the Florence Police Department, wed like to wish the Florence Huskies good luck today, as they face CSCS in the quarter finals!! The game will be held at Mountain Lion Stadium. If you’re not doing anything today, head up and cheer on your home team! GOOD LUCK HUSKIES!!!
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This week, school bus stop tragedies in Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi and Pennsylvania have left parents without children, and have drastically changed families, and communities across the country. Florence PD wants to ask drivers to please be alert and slow down when driving through school zones. Watch for children walking or assembling near bus stops. Children can sometimes dart into the street without looking for traffic. Please obey Colorado law regarding flashing lights on school buses: Yellow flashing lights indicate the bus is preparing to stop to load or unload children. Motorists should slow down and prepare to stop their vehicles. Red flashing lights indicate the bus has stopped and children are getting on or off. Motorists must stop their cars and wait until the red lights stop flashing and the bus begins moving before they can start driving again. #safetyfirst #keepchildrensafe #obeyschoolbuslaws #donotpass
From City of Florence Municipal Center "City Hall is accepting donations for the FHS Pantry! Please bring donations to the front window of City Hall between now and December 12."
WEEK OF OCTOBER 31 THRU NOVEMBER 6, 2018. October 31, 2018, officers recovered a 2010 flatbed trailer on West 4th Street in Florence which had been reported stolen out of Penrose on October 24. November 4, 2018, officer responded to the 300 block of East 4th Street in Florence on a report of theft. November 5, 2018, Leslie Acosta, 42, of Pueblo, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear; Nicole Taylor, 39, of Pueblo, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear; Teddy Evans, 27, of Canon City was arrested on a warrant for driving while under revocation and being a habitual traffic offender; Nicole Mercer, 46, of Florence was arrested on a warrant for failure to comply. She was also issued a municipal summons for expired license plates; Devon Huff, 21, of Canon City was issued a municipal summons for possession of drug paraphernalia; officer responded to the 200 block of East 5th Street in Florence on a report of theft. November 6, 2018, officer responded to the 1100 block of East Main Street in Florence on a report of check fraud. Officers also had 173 calls for service during the week of October 31 to November 6, 2018. This includes traffic contacts, agency assists, animal complaints, and all other services to which the Florence Police Department may be dispatched. This equates to an average of 24.7 calls for service, per day.
Wow! We are so amazed by the generosity and support of this community.
Congratulations to the Florence Huskies in their 29-23 VICTORY over the Wray Eagles!!!
We’re out here at Husky Stadium ready to start the second half! Huskies are up 14-0 against the Wray Eagles. Come out and support your home team!
Debate time: woo-woo or nee-nah?
FLORENCE POLICE DEPARTMENT Blotter for the week of October 23- October 30 (Back by popular demand) October 23, 2018. Kenneth McMullen, 47, of Florence was arrested under suspicion of unlawful possession of a controlled substance. October 23, 2018. Todd Harrison, 42, of Pueblo West was arrested under suspicion of unlawful possession of a controlled substance and driving while under revocation. October 23, 2018. Todd Bogert, 28, of Colorado Springs was arrested under suspicion of possession of a controlled substance. October 25, 2018. A white 2009 Dodge Ram truck was stolen from the Kwik Stop in the 900 block of East Main Street in Florence. October 29, 2018. Officer responded to the 100 block of East Main Street for a report of theft. October 30, 2018. Britney Overbey, 28, of Florence was arrested under suspicion of DUI, criminal impersonation and driving while under revocation.
Florence PD out here representing Husky Nation as they play for the Tri-Peaks league title in Colorado Springs tonight! GO HUSKIES!!!!!!!
On 10/25/18 at 0634 the white 2009 Dodge pickup (4-door) with CO license plate 047-NMQ, was stolen from the Alta gas station on E. Main in Florence. The blue SUV pictured is connected to the stolen vehicle. If you recognize the SUV or see the stolen truck please call 719-784-3411 to report it. See video in the comments.
Thanks to Kops 4 Kids, Florence is ready for The Halloween Walk! Don’t forget to come out to Main Street Halloween night dressed in your best. 5-7 pm! We can’t wait to see all your great costumes.
Halloween is right around the corner. Here are some tips from Colorado State Patrol Trooper Dynamite.
These two guys were found on Main Street in Florence. If these dogs belong to you please contact the Florence Police Department
The Florence Police Department has partnered with an online web portal to allow citizens the ability to register their residences for patrol watches or vacation watches. Furthermore, if you have a patrol watch placed on your residence, notification will be sent to you by officers when they conduct a patrol watch at your residence. It will also allow you to complete a web request for a patrol officer to contact you reference a possible criminal activity you are observing. If you see problems with code enforcement, drug activity or problems with city streets or lights please follow the link below and fill out a form to allow us to follow up with the problems in the community and keep track of them. We will be pushing all of our patrol watches through this website. The direct link is below but you can also access the website through our Florence Police Department Website located at www.florencecolorado.org Remember if you are having an urgent issue please contact Dispatch at 719-784-3411
We want to warn our citizens of this scam that is going on. As a lot of you know, we have Kops 4 Kids that is affiliated with our department. We assure you, we do not solicit donations on the phone nor would we use the internet. Kops 4 Kids hold several fundraising events throughout the year that we use for our various community outreach events. If you receive a call, please DO NOT give out any credit card or bank account information. Please share to get this out to as many people as possible. As always we thank our wonderful community for all their support!
This is The Fremont County Sheriffs Debate. The Florence Police Dept does not endorse any candidate.
Press release regarding the incident at Fremont Elementary School today: "At 1542 hours, Florence Police School resource officer received a call of a student on a bus at the Fremont Elementary School, 500 W. 5TH Street, Florence, reported to have a gun. Officers from the Florence Police Department, Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, Colorado State Patrol, and BLM , arrived on the scene in less than 1 minute. The Fremont Elementary was placed in LOCK DOWN STATUS, all buses were halted. Officers located the Juvenile subject in question on the bus. The juvenile subject was detained by officers. A search of the bus and area did not turn up any weapon (s). Once the scene was secured the LOCK DOWN was lifted, all buses were allowed to continue to load and students were allowed to continue home. Parents were allowed to pick up students at the school. Florence Police SRO’s will be handling this incident and the juvenile in question is being charged. This was determined to be a verbal threat only, no weapon was ever seen or located. No one was injured in this incident. All responding officers, school staff did what they were trained to do and did. Chief Michael DeLaurentis"
Florence, Colorado would like to let (Florence, SC) Florence County Sheriff's Office and Police Department know that our hearts and thoughts are with them during this tragic time. If there is anything FPD can do to help ease the pain, please let us know. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbNZAI3Zebg https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/04/us/florence-south-carolina-shooting/index.html