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Clarkdale Police Department is located at 49 N Ninth Street, Clarkdale, 86324 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Pat Haynie. The Clarkdale Police Department phone number is (928) 649-7700.
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Officer Guth located these 2 male puppies near the roundabout at 89A & Avenida Centerville. They are currently at the shelter. Please share!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sgt. Nicole Florisi Address: 49 N. Ninth St. Clarkdale, AZ 86324 Phone: 928-649-7700 Office Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am - 5:30 pm; Fridays 8:00am – 12:00 pm Fax: 928-649-7709 Email: email@example.com URL: www.clarkdale.az.gov COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION LEVEL 2 SEX OFFENDER ALERT
This girl was found in Centerville. She is on her way to the shelter. No updated tags or other information available. Share the word so we can get her back to her owner!
Sgt. Florisi attended the Step Up AZ 2018 Summit this week in Tempe. The conference focus is decriminalization of mental illness. She attended the conference in a blended role of sergeant for Clarkdale PD and therapist at Spectrum Healthcare. We have a great relationship with Spectrum Healthcare as well as other agencies from Yavapai County. Decriminalization of mental illness can be a challenging road for all of us to navigate. Community partnerships are crucial when tackling something of this magnitude.
These two girls were found in the area of Sycamore and Tuzigoot in Clarkdale. We are looking for the owners. The black and tan girl is a puppy around 6 mos old. The other female is 2 or 3 years old, dark brown/black in color. If you have any information that can help, please call 928-634-2921 or message us on Facebook. The dogs are currently with the Jerome Humane Society.
More photos from NNO!
More pics from NNO! Thanks to everyone who came and showed us love and support ❤
First pic from NNO! #cityhallselfie #clarkdaleaz #nationalnightout
Update (12:49 pm): 89A has re-opened both NB and SB. Update (12:03 pm): Traffic will soon be alternating in the NB lane. No structures are currently threatened by this fire. Update (11:44 am): The northbound lane (coming down from Jerome) is open. Southbound lane is still closed. Original Post: 89A between Clarkdale and Jerome is currently closed due to a wildfire. The closure could be for an extended period, so please avoid this area for the time being. More information will be shared as it is available.
Please join us at National Night Out tomorrow night (Aug. 7th) in the Clarkdale Town Park (5:00 -7:00 pm) … and don't forget to take a #CityHallSelfie with one of our Police Officers!
Governor Ducey speaking at the Governor's Office of Highway Safety 2018 Law Enforcement and Prosecutors Training Conference. Sgt. Florisi is currently there along with over 400 other attendees from all over the state.
We would like to thank Scott and Dan at Clarkdale Kayak Co for a great time and an amazing trip down the Verde River. Everyone had a blast. Check out the full album on the Clarkdale Kayak Co Facebook page.
Wild Horse Ln is flooded between New Day Dr and Tavasci. Old Jerome Hwy is also flooded in the 1100 block. Both roads are closed.
Clouds over Mountain Gate. Photo credit Daniel Hansen.
Be advised roads are closed due to flooding in the area of Old Jerome Hwy in the 1100 block and on Wild Horse Ln between New Day Dr and Tavasci Rd.
Gorgeous view just outside Clarkdale PD. Photo credit Sgt. Florisi.
The newest addition to the family!
2018 Old Fashioned Pancake Breakfast
At this time, many Clarkdale residents are without power. APS is currently troubleshooting the problem. The estimated time for power to be restored is 9:50 pm. Public safety operations have not been impacted. Please call 911 if you are having a life threatening situation and 928-634-2921 for law enforcement assistance. Updates will follow as information is received.
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sgt. Nicole Florisi Address: 49 N. Ninth St. Clarkdale, AZ 86324 Phone: 928-649-7700 Office Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am - 5:30 pm; Fridays 8:00am – 12:00 pm Fax: 928-649-7709 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: www.clarkdale.az.gov UPDATE ON HUMAN SKULL FOUND AT TUZIGOOT RIVER ACCCESS POINT June 10, 2018 (Clarkdale, AZ) – On June 4, 2018, a human skull was located by swimmers at the Tuzigoot River Access Point. Clarkdale Police responded to the scene and began an investigation. The skull was taken to the Yavapai County Medical Examiner’s Office. The department received information on June 7, 2018 that the examiner determined the skull to be historical remains and had no reason to believe it is evidence of a crime. The Medical Examiner’s Office will coordinate additional examination by an anthropologist and possibly an odontologist to obtain more information. The Clarkdale Police Department is coordinating with other local jurisdictions. The remains will be released to the proper agency once the Medical Examiner’s investigation is complete. On the afternoon of June 10, 2018, Aaron Stubblefield, who was involved with the finding of the skull, returned to the scene and located a lower mandible in the same area. Stubblefield was accompanied by his friend Travis Page and they turned the mandible over to an officer. The Medical Examiner’s Office will conduct an examination of the mandible and work with coordinating agencies on their findings. If you have any questions, please contact Sgt. Florisi at 928-649-7700. Additional information will be posted on the Town of Clarkdale website at http://www.clarkdale.az.gov when it becomes available. ###
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sgt. Nicole Florisi Address: 49 N. 9th Street, Clarkdale, AZ Phone: 928-649-7700 Email: email@example.com URL: www.clarkdale.az.gov Human Skull Located at River Access Point in Clarkdale, AZ June 4, 2018: At about 5:35 pm on June 4, 2018, Clarkdale Police Department responded to a report that a swimmer located a human skull in the Verde River at one of the river access points. The swimmer stated he thought he stepped on a smooth rock and retrieved it from the water. To his surprise, he found a skull instead and subsequently called the police. The skull will be sent for examination with additional investigation pending the outcome.
*** Officers report that power appears to be restored in most areas of Clarkdale. APS information shows a few residents are still without power. At this time, many residents in Clarkdale are without power. APS is currently troubleshooting the problem. The estimated time for the power to be restored is 1230 am on 5/18. Public safety operations have not been impacted. Please call 911 if you are experiencing an emergency or life threatening situation and 928-634-2921 for other law enforcement assistance. Updates will follow as information is received.
As it starts to warm up, be aware that our snake friends are out and about! This black tailed rattlesnake was warming itself on the pavement and was almost hit by a car. Officer Fricke captured this great picture before he set the snake free in an area less traveled by vehicles.