Buckeye Police Department

  • Agency: Buckeye Police Department
  • Address: 100 N. Apache Suite D, Buckeye, 85326 AZ
  • Chief: Mark Mann (Chief of Police)
Phone: 623-349-6499
Fax:

Buckeye Police Department is located at 100 N. Apache Suite D, Buckeye, 85326 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Mark Mann. The Buckeye Police Department phone number is 623-349-6499.

Buckeye Police Department News

The Buckeye Police Department is proud to announce we will be participating in the 2018 Pink Patch Project for the month of October. #pinkpatchproject We will be selling our pink patches to the public for $10.00 each (cash or cashier’s checks ONLY) with all the raised proceeds going to the City of Hope. Patches will be on sale at both Buckeye PD stations, 21699 W Yuma Rd, Buckeye (Dean/Yuma Rd) and 100 N Apache Rd, Buckeye (Apache/MC85) from 9am to 4pm, Monday-Thursday at the front lobby. If you would like to purchase a Buckeye PD pink patch and are in another city or state, please email Officer Smith at dlsmith@buckeyeaz.gov or Detective Skaggs at tskaggs@buckeyeaz.gov

Join the Buckeye Police Department and Buckeye Fire Department for this year's G.A.I.N event October 20, 2018 from 5pm to 8pm in the Lowes parking lot

Last week, Buckeye Police Chief Larry Hall gave an award to a Verrado High School student named, Collin Kupsky. Collin was in Walton Park in Verrado and located $200.00 as well as a credit card. Instead of pocketing the money, Collin brought the items home to his parents and suggested to notify the police. Officers responded and the items were returned to the rightful owner. Chief Hall presented Collin with a Certificate of Appreciation for the “Honor and Integrity” that he displayed through his actions. Collin was also given a BPD challenge coin as well as a gift card. Thank you Collin for your honesty. – Buckeye Police Chief Larry Hall

**Update, all roads in this area are now open** **Update** the lockout to Verrado High School has been lifted. The gas company was able to safety turn off the gas in this area* Traffic Alert.. The Buckeye Police Department is assisting the Buckeye Fire Department with road closures due to working gas leak at 199th Ave and Indian School Rd. Indian School Rd from Acacia Way to Jackrabbit Trl will be closed for approximately one hour. Verrado High School is currently on a lockout. This means, students will still change classes, but the school is secured and not allowing anyone in or out at this time. This is done for the safety of the students due to the gas leak in the area. Buckeye PD will post updates to this incident and road closures.

We Will Never Forget. Today we remember those who lost their lives, and their families who lost loved ones. Today we say thank you to our first responders whose lives were forever changed. Today we stand up with our military who fights for our freedom, and all those who choose to serve our country. 9/11 We Will Never Forget

Wanted Wednesday Here are this weeks “Wanted Wednesday” wanted persons. If you know the whereabouts of a person on this poster please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400. If you are a subject on this poster you may turn yourself in to the Buckeye Magistrate Court or any Police Department within Maricopa County. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CAPTURE A SUBJECT YOURSELF OR MAKE A CITIZENS ARREST

UPDATE: 09/01/2018 @ 1:12pm Rosita has made it home and is safe. MISSING/OVERDUE Buckeye Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing elderly woman. Rosita Benjamin, 75 year old Hispanic female was last seen at the Buckeye Walmart 1060 S Watson Rd on 08/31/2018 at approximately 7:56pm. She had contacted her daughter and told her she was heading back to her residence in Ajo, AZ once she left the store. She has not returned to Ajo and has not been heard from since. Rosita is described as 5’04” tall, 200lbs, gray hair and brown eyes. She was wearing a light colored shirt with a floral butterfly, khaki shorts and glasses. She takes blood pressure medication and has some memory issues that resulted from a stroke in 2017. She is driving a white 2007 Toyota Highlander with Arizona license plate ARK9777. GPS on her phone pinged to the area of Dysart and I-10 at 7:15am today but the phone is off at this time. If you see Rosita or her vehicle please call Police immediately. If you have information on where she might be, you can contact Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400.

Buckeye Police Department honor guard members, Officer Perez and Officer Woliver along with Buckeye Fire Dept honor guard honoring Senator John McCain during his memorial service at the State Capitol on Wednesday. What an honor to be apart of this service to pay respect to such an honorable man. RIP Senator McCain

The Buckeye Police Department sends our condolences to the McCain family during this very difficult time. Senator John McCain, thank you for your service to the State of Arizona and our Country.

**UPDATE, Mercedes has been located safely. Roxanna is in custody with Buckeye PD. Thank you to everyone who helped share this information so quickly.** Child abduction investigation The Buckeye Police Department is investigating an child abduction by a non-custodial parent. Child involved is 3 year old Mercedes Emma Binns, last seen today wearing a pink and white shirt and pink shorts. Information obtained that Mercedes was taken by her mother, 28 year old Roxanna Lararmart, who has no custodial rights to Mercedes. Mercedes was taken from her babysitters Buckeye home near Apache and Monroe Ave. Roxanna was last wearing a black shirt, black pants, and has long black hair. There is no vehicle information for Roxanna but she was last seen walking away with the child with a faded black and red stroller. If you have any information that into the whereabouts of Roxanna or Mercedes, please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400

The Buckeye Police Department has again taken an increase in reports for vehicle burglaries from vehicle's being left unlocked. Please remember to lock your vehicle, take your keys, and hide your belongings. Don't be a victim, lock it or lose it. https://youtu.be/-0zVpVesERg

**UPDATE, the juvenile has been reunited with his family. Police are investigating further. Thank you to our residents for your assistance in sharing this post** Found Child The Buckeye Police Department is asking for assistance in helping to identify a found child. The child was located on Verrado Way just south of I10 in the center median about 3:45am. The child is non-verbal and wearing a blue shirt, black jogging pants and no shoes. He is about 13 years old, about 5’0, 100lbs with slight ache on his nose and face. If you have any information on this child, or the identity of the child, please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400 x2

The Buckeye Police Department wishes to congratulate Buckeye Officer Fletcher who received Officer of the year for 2017. Officer Fletcher was recognized by U.S Representative Paul Gosar for his commitment and service to Buckeye PD. Congratulations Officer Fletcher

The Buckeye Police Department is looking to identify the male subject in the below photos. This subject is believed to be involved in vehicle burglaries in the 22800 block of W. Lonestar Dr, Buckeye during the late night hours of August 6, 2018. If you recognize the subject, please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400 (reference report #180806053)

On August 2, 2018 at 12:44pm, Buckeye Police Officers responded to a domestic violence dispute that occurred at a residence located at the 22900 block of W. Pima Street. On arrival, it was reported a female inside the home was committing criminal damage and had disorderly behavior. When officers attempted to contact the female suspect, who was inside of the residence, she became uncooperative. Moments after officers arrived, officers heard gunshots that came from within the involved residence. It was confirmed the female suspect was the sole occupant of the residence and that she was in possession of a handgun. Additional resources, including additional Patrol officers, Buckeye Police Department SWAT team, and the Buckeye Fire Department, were called to the scene for assistance. After extensive efforts to speak with the female suspect, she barricaded herself within the residence. Buckeye PD SWAT negotiated for over 3 hours. At about 4:30pm the female suspect exited her home and was safely taken into custody. Further investigation confirmed the female suspect discharged a firearm and she damaged property within the residence. The female suspect was identified as 41 year old Buckeye resident, Heather Galbraith. The female suspect was booked into the Maricopa County Jail on domestic violence and weapons offense charges. During this incident, homes in the area were evacuated, and streets were closed for the safety of residents.

**This area is back open. A release will be posted once the investigation is complete. There were no injuries to any officers or subjects during this scene. Thank you for your patience** Traffic Alert. Buckeye Police Department is currently working a police incident in the area of 229th Ave and Pima. Pima Rd to Cocopah St and from 230th Ave to 229th Ave is currently closed. Please avoid this area. We will provide an update.

The Buckeye Police Foundation is a private independent organization created to support and provide crime prevention, safety awareness, and assistance to crime victims and survivors of crime. The Foundation’s primary focus is to serve and provide assistance to domestic violence victims and survivors. The Buckeye Police Foundation provides temporary shelter, clothes, food, transportation and resource referral to domestic violence victims, survivors, displaced individuals families and children. Last year we provided temporary shelter for several families and helped them obtain long term, sustainable, assistance and placement throughout the west valley area. We assisted several hundred children, over 300 families, and dozens of domestic violence victims with basic clothing, food, job placement, school supplies and child care services. Shirley Youngker’s Allstate Office in Buckeye is supporting the Buckeye Police Foundation by assisting with collecting donations. Shirley wishes to honor the late Alfred Olsen “Corky” in working with our organization. Al was a tax law lawyer and was known as a Buckeye treasure. Al loved his Buckeye community and learned that the best way to get joy in one’s life was to give it away to others. The Foundation provides “Challenge Bags” for adult and children, domestic violence crime victims, as well as survivors of crime. Shirley Youngker’s Allstate Office in Buckeye is supporting and assisting the Foundation by being a collection center for challenge bag contents particularly for socks for toddlers, boys, girls, men and women! If you would like to help, please drop off donations, socks are a particular need to the Buckeye Allstate Insurance Agency located at 1510 S. Watson Rd (Fry’s complex off Watson and Yuma) or the Buckeye Police Department. Thank you! If you have any questions or want more information on this Foundation, please contact Don McWilliams at 623-349-6454.

Stranger danger safety tips for kids from Buckeye Police School Resource Officer Lumadue https://youtu.be/wg8E49tP-qs

Back to school safety tips.

As the new school year approaches, the Buckeye Police Department would like to remind our residents to practice school crossing safety with your children. https://youtu.be/BYJWDCtocGc

Back to school safety tips. Here are some safety tips and reminders for motorists and children.

The Buckeye Police Dept sends our thoughts and prayers to the Arizona Department of Public Safety for the loss of your Trooper, our brother in blue, and the Tropper recovering from his injuries. We send our condolences to the Edenhofer family. RIP Trooper Tyler Edenhofer #10449

Watwr service is back on! Thank you for your patience. Water Main Break!