Surprise Police Department

  • Agency: Surprise Police Department
  • Address: 14250 W. Statler Plaza, Suite #103, Surprise, 85374-7481 AZ
  • Chief: Michael T Frazer (Chief of Police)
Phone: 623.222.4000
Fax: 623.222.4001

Surprise Police Department is located at 14250 W. Statler Plaza, Suite #103, Surprise, 85374-7481 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael T Frazer. The Surprise Police Department phone number is 623.222.4000.

Surprise Police Department News

At today’s SciTech festival our Bearcat was attacked by Mac the baby T-Rex from #dinocrewentertainment

Come out and join us for today’s SciTech festival from 9-1 at City Hall, 16000 N Civic Center.

Can you help to identify this man? He is suspected of using a stolen credit card at the Walmart near Bell Road and Grand Avenue. If you have info, please call 623-222-TIPS (8477) or e-mail CrimeTips@surpriseaz.gov. Reference #180201305.

Please join the men and women of YOUR Surprise Police Department in saying, "Thank you!" to all of our wonderful volunteers as we celebrate National Volunteer Appreciation Week!

Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Danny Thompson, a 14 year old runaway. Danny Thompson is described as a black male approximately 6'0" tall and 190 lbs in weight with brown eyes and black hair. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Danny Thompson is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #180403026.

Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Hunter Young, a 16 year old runaway. Hunter Young is described as a native American male approximately 5'10" tall and 145 lbs with brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Hunter Young is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #180402516.

Over the weekend, Officers from YOUR Surprise Police Department rescued this baby owl, who was given the name Eggbert, had fallen out of a tree. Eggbert was subsequently transported to a local bird rescue for rehabilitation and release.

Reems Rd and Greenway now open. Thank you!

URGENT - Northbound Reems closed at Greenway and eastbound Greenway closed at Reems due to car accident. Please use alt routes. Thank you!

Police in Surprise are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a person who is suspected of attempting to rob the Sun West Credit Union located near Bell Road and Parkview Place. The suspect is described as a white male in his teens with light colored hair and pale skin. He was last seen wearing a white polo shirt and tan shorts. After entering the bank, the suspect approached the teller and presented a note demanding money. After his demand was not met, he grabbed the note back and exited the bank. Once in the parking lot he entered a gold colored Honda passenger car which was driven by another, unknown, subject. Anyone with information about the incident or the identity of the suspect is asked to contact the Surprise Police Department at 623-222-TIPS (8477) or e-mail CrimeTips@Surpriseaz.gov. When calling or e-mailing, please reference incident #180402347.

Please join us in saying "thank you" to our phenomenal Public Safety Communications team as we celebrate National Public Safety Telecommunicators week!

YOUR Surprise PD is seeking assistance in identifying this man. He is suspected of shoplifting from the Target store located on Bell Rd near Grand Ave. Anyone with information is asked to call 623-222-TIPS (8477) or e-mail CrimeTips@surpriseaz.gov. Reference #180401673.

YOUR Surprise PD is seeking assistance in identifying this man. He is suspected of burglarizing the Butcher Bob’s store located on Bell Road near Sierra Dawn Blvd. Anyone with information is asked to call 623-222-TIPS (8477) or e-mail CrimeTips@surpriseaz.gov. Reference #180400212.

This week is national Animal Care and Control appreciation week! Join us in saying thank you to our awesome Animal Care and Control team!

LOCATED - The Surprise Police Department is happy to announce that Ms. Diaz has been located. Thank you all for your assistance. Police seek public assistance to locate runaway teen from Surprise Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating, Sofia Diaz, a 15-year-old runaway. Ms. Diaz is described as a Hispanic female, 5’00” tall, weighing 130 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white and gray T-shirt, gray sweatshirt with “California” written on it and blue jeans. Ms. Diaz’s whereabouts are not known at this time and she is believed to have walked away from the area of 15100 block of Tierra Buena Lane in Surprise. Anyone with any information regarding the location of is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number # 180402095

The Surprise Police Department Victim Assistance Unit along with the Surprise Prosecutor’s Victim Advocates have planned activities for National Crime Victims’ Right Week, April 8th-14th, 2018. Crime Victim Advocates from the police and prosecutor’s office will be hosting an informational table on Wednesday 4/11/18 beginning at 11:30 at the Ottawa University Surprise campus. Activities will begin at the CCV Surprise campus during Ottawa’s Spirit Life enrichment series where advocates will give a brief presentation to the students that includes a video presented by the Office of Victim Services. When students return to campus, representatives from both advocacy units will offer the important message of Victims’ Rights and help create awareness of support services available in the City of Surprise. The goal is to give students the comfort in knowing help is available, where they can get the help and to better understand the criminal justice process as a whole. If you have questions for an advocate, please contact the Surprise Police Department Victim Assistance Unit at 623-222-4031 or 623-222-4312 or the City of Surprise Prosecutor’s Office at 623-222-1177

On April 9th, 2018 just after 3:20pm Surprise Police Officers attempted to contact Lonnie Smith, a 51 year old male, who was wanted on a felony warrant for property and drug crimes. Smith was also believed to have been involved in additional property related crimes in Surprise. Officers attempted to contact the Lonnie Smith in the parking lot of a business near Grand Avenue and Town Center Drive. During the contact, the Smith displayed a firearm leading to one of the officers discharging his firearm at Smith. Lonnie Smith then fled on foot with officers in chase. After a short foot pursuit, Smith confronted a bystander, stole their vehicle, and fled the scene. The stolen vehicle that Lonnie Smith fled the scene in was a 2011 Grey in color Toyota Sienna minivan with Arizona license plate BWS-2977. It is uncertain whether Smith was injured or not. No one, with the possible exception of Lonnie Smith, was injured during this incident. Lonnie Smith is believed to be armed and dangerous. If spotted, please do not attempt to confront him; instead, call 911.

***UPDATE: YOUR Surprise Police Department is happy to announce that Ms. Amack has been located and returned home safely.*** Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Tierra Amack, a 15 year old runaway. Tierra Amack is described as a white female, approximately 4'11" in height and 80 lbs with blonde hair and brown eyes. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Tierra Amack is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #180400751.

***UPDATE: YOUR Surprise Police Department is happy to announce that Ms. Guzman-Osorio has been located and returned home safely.*** Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Graciela Guzman-Osorio, a 15 year old runaway. Graciela Guzman-Osorio is described as a Hispanic female, approximately 5'2" tall and 140 lbs with brown eyes and black hair. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Graciela Guzman-Osorio is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #180400751.

YOUR Surprise Police Department was honored to participate in last week's "mock crash" at Willow Canyon Highschool. The event was designed to educate teens on alcohol awareness before Prom night.

We are happy to announce that Mr. Siniscal has been located and is in good health. Thank you all for your concern and assistance in this incident. SILVER ALERT... The Surprise Police are currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating Mr. Paul Siniscal, who was last known to be in the 16800 block of west Statler Drive at around 1:30 pm yesterday (March 31st). According to family members, Mr. Siniscal has been diagnosed with several medical conditions that he is currently receiving treatment for. Mr. Siniscal is described as an 80-year-old white male, approximately 5’7” tall, 190 pounds, with gray hair, brown eyes and was last seen wearing unknown clothing. Mr. Siniscal is believed to have left his residence in a gray colored 2011 Hyundai Elantra, with an attached Arizona license plate of BVK4423. Anyone with any information regarding the location of Mr. Siniscal is asked to contact the Surprise Police at (623) 222.4000, or 623.222.TIPS (8477), or email crimetips@surpriseaz.gov. When contacting the police; reference incident number #18040013.

Police release identity of subject in officer involved shooting - The Surprise Police Department have identified the male subject from the officer involved shooting that occurred at 11:50am on March 28, 2018. The subject has been identified as Mr. George M. Pappas, a 61-year-old male resident of Surprise. The investigation into this shooting is still active and ongoing; no further details are available for release at this time.