Alhambra Police Department

  • Agency: Alhambra Police Department
  • Address: 211 S. First St, Alhambra, 91801 CA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Alhambra Police Department is located at 211 S. First St, Alhambra, 91801 CA. The Alhambra Police Department phone number is 626-570-5151.

Alhambra Police Department News

Officers have arrived at Commonwealth and Atlantic Boulevard to investigate a traffic collision where a vehicle struck a fire hydrant. I have been advised there is a large amount of water in the area so please drive carefully.

We currently have a traffic hazard in the area of Ramona Road and Edgewood that goes all the way to Marguerita. There are over 30 one quart containers of oil that have fallen of a truck and broke open. We have notified our city maintenance crews and are waiting for them to arrive. Everyone have a safe holiday weekend.

Overnight parking enforcement (2-6 a.m.), parking lot enforcement and street sweeping will be suspended beginning Saturday, May 26 through Monday, May 28, 2018, for the Memorial Day Holiday. All parking personnel will resume normal enforcement on Tuesday, May 29, 2018, at 2 a.m.

ATTENTION BUSINESS OWNERS, MANAGERS, AND EMPLOYEES OF ESTABLISHMENTS WITH LIQUOR LICENSES! Alhambra PD and the Alcohol Beverage Control are hosting a LEAD training course at the Alhambra Library on Thursday, May 31, 2018, from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. The Licensee Education on Alcohol and Drugs (LEAD) Program is a free, voluntary prevention and education program for retail licensees, their employees and applicants. The curriculum is designed for licensees, managers and employees. Program length is 4 hours and those who complete the program will receive a certificate of completion. This class is limited to 50 participants! The mission of the LEAD Program is to provide high quality, effective and educationally sound training on alcohol responsibility and the law to California retail licensees and their employees. The California Alcoholic Beverage Control expects and encourages licensees to act responsibly relative to their alcoholic beverage license privileges. The LEAD Program provides the licensee and applicant with practical information on serving alcoholic beverages safely, responsibly and legally and preventing illicit drug activity at the licensed establishment. If you would like to register for this FREE class, please go to www.abc.ca.gov and scroll to the “Register for a LEAD Class” at the bottom of the page. Hope to see you there!

Residential Burglary Arrest - A resident in the 2500 block of S. Whitney called police earlier today regarding a subject who was knocking loudly on the door, peered into the window and then attempted to jump the fence to the backyard. As the suspect was confronted, he fled to an awaiting vehicle and they drove away. Officers checking the area and freeways, caught up to the vehicle on the I10 in Rosemead where they stopped the car. Stolen property from a residential burglary earlier in the day in Monterey Park was discovered. All 5 occupants were arrested for burglary and conspiracy. Thank you for calling.

APD Officers responded to San Gabriel High School regarding a student that was possibly armed with a weapon. Officers arrived on scene quickly and were able to identify the subjects involved. The subjects were detained and no weapons were found. There was no evidence that the subjects had a weapon and no one was injured. The school lockdown was lifted and the School Resource Officer handled the investigation. Thanks to San Gabriel Police for assisting with the call. #Teamwork

This week, we had our first Chinese Community Academy class. The participants/students were introduced to our Police Chief, Timothy Vu, received a station tour, and had an interactive class of Homeless Outreach and Engagement Policing. One of the student said it was a great first day and she is excited for the upcoming week! We hope you can join us in any of our future Community Academy classes. The next academy will be taught in Spanish and will start on August 8th for six weeks. Our English class will start on September 19th and will also be for six weeks. Each Community Academy is taught on Wednesday, evenings (6-9 PM) and applications are due ONE month before the start date of each Community Academy. Please email or call the Crime Prevention Office for more information. Crimeprevention@alhambrapd.org 626-570-5177

Stolen Vehicle / Pursuit / ARREST - A few minutes ago, we received a call that a vehicle was stolen from the area of Stoneman and Main. Officers checking the city located the vehicle near Main and Huntington. A short pursuit ensued into Los Angeles where eventually the subject fled on foot. He was quickly captured by Alhambra Police Officers and arrested.

The Alhambra Police Department is requesting your assistance in locating a missing person . Mr. Nileshwar has been missing since April 21, 2018. Physical: Male, Other, 55 years old, 5-06, 145 lbs., salt and pepper hair, brown eyes. He was last seen wearing gray sweats and a tan jacket. He was last seen at his residence in the City of Alhambra. If you have information concerning the missing person, please contact the Alhambra Police Department at (626)570-5151.

On Monday, March 19th, a package theft occurred on the 600 block of North Curtis Avenue in the City of Alhambra. The suspects were observed on the front porch camera knocking on the front door. They were posing as solicitors. A neighbor stated that the suspects were offering free carpet cleaning. The victim had just received a delivery from Fed Ex. The suspects took the victim’s package and then fled the location. The Alhambra Police Department requests your assistance in identifying the suspects. If you can identify the suspects please call the Alhambra Police Tip Line at (626)308-4875. If you would like to remain anonymous you can.

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officer Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. On May 6 and 7th, the California Peace Officers’ Memorial Ceremonies were held at the California Peace Officers’ Memorial Monument in Sacramento on State Capital grounds. Each year our nation loses between 140-160 law enforcement officers in the line of duty. The ceremonies serve to formally enroll peace officers who have died in the line of duty the preceding year. Beginning May 13, 2018, and for the duration of National Law Enforcement Memorial Week, Alhambra Police uniformed personnel will wear black bands to honor and remember our fallen colleagues who made the ultimate sacrifice. Please pay tribute with us to the over 1500 officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice and to honor the families left behind. #PoliceMemorialWeek #Thinblueline #APDhonoringthosewhomadetheuntimatesacrifice

The Men and Women of the Alhambra Police Department wishes you a very happy and safe Mother's Day. #celebratingmoms #apdonmothersday

A BIG THANK YOU to everyone that came to "Yogurt with a Cop" last evening. It was a pleasure meeting and speaking with you. We would also like to thank Yogurtland Alhambra for hosting our event, this would not be possible without the support of the community and businesses in our city. Here are a few pictures from yesterday. If you missed it, we will have more in the near future! #alhambrapdandcommunity #yogurtlantinalhambra

Another busy night - Just after 1040PM tonight, Officers responded to multiple calls of shots fired in the area of 8th and Commonwealth. Officers were unable to locate a victim or a suspect at this time, but evidence of a shooting was located. Just after officers arrived on scene of the shots fired call, and unrelated to this call, a robbery with a handgun took place in the 1000 Block of South Edith. When the victim refused to give them any money, the suspects punched the victim several times and then fled without any stolen property. We were unable to locate the suspects.

We hope you will be able to join us this evening, at 6 p.m. for some yogurt ice cream and a conversation at Yogurtland in Alhambra (1 E. Valley Blvd). See you all in about an hour. Thank you!

Yogurt with a Cop: Please join the Alhambra Police Department TOMORROW, evening for yogurt ice cream and a conversation. Location: Yogurtland in Alhambra 1 East Valley Blvd. Alhambra, CA. 91801 Date: Tomorrow, May 9, 2018 (Wednesday) from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Come enjoy some free Yogurt Ice Cream (3 oz.) with us and ask any questions you may have or just come meet your local police. For more information please see the flyer and we hope to see you there.

Enjoy some free Yogurtland ice cream 🍦with us for our "Yogurt with a Cop" event on Wednesday, May 9th. We will be there from 6 to 7:30 p.m. 1 E. Valley Blvd. Alhambra, CA 91801 #yogurtlandinalhambra #buildingrelationships #communityandAPD

Officer Namkoong was presented an award from Mother's Against Drunk Driving today for making the most DUI arrests for our department. Please join us in celebrating his achievement.

CONGRATULATIONS to our public safety brothers and sisters at the Alhambra Fire Department who were recognized this morning in a Badge Ceremony for promotions and new hires. The promotions included a Battalion Chief, six Fire Captains, and five Fire Engineers. They also welcomed three new Firefighter/Paramedics and three new Firefighters from Recruit Class 01-18. On the support side, they hired a Communications Technician and a Fire Protection Specialist. The Alhambra Poice Department wishes them all the best in their new assignments!

Help Get Me Home – This little dog walked into the Alhambra Civic Center Library about an hour ago. There are no collars or tags. If you can help reunite this little pooch with his owner, we’d appreciate it. Animal Control has been called, so we do not know how much longer the dog will be here with us. #GoDogGo #Clifford #OldYeller

As Safety Belt Awareness (April 29, 2018, and May 5, 2018) week starts, we would like to remind you of the importance of properly using a seat belt and keeping our children safe while in a vehicle. Our goal is to promote child seat and seat belt usage, and to encourage parents/motorists to ensure that children’s safety restraints are being used correctly when children occupy a vehicle. We hope with this awareness, it reduces the number of injuries sustained by nonuse or improper use of seat belts. As a reminder, the following are some vehicle codes for child passenger/seat belt violations: • V.C. 27360 (a) Child must ride in a rear seat in a child passenger restraint system until at least 8 years. See section for exceptions. • V.C. 27360.5 (a) Children 8-15 years must ride in safety seat, booster, or properly fitted vehicle belt (back seat not required, but recommended). • V.C. 27315(d) (1) A person shall not operate a mother vehicle on a highway unless that person and all passengers 16 or older are properly secured in a safety belt. If you would like to have your children’s car seat inspected to make sure it is properly being used/secured please contact our Car Seat Technician Traffic Analyst at 626-308-4816.

Thank you to everyone who attended our Community Information Meeting on Wednesday, evening, we hope you found it informative. If you have any suggestions on additional topics you would like to hear about for future Community Information Meetings, please leave a message here.

Community Information Meeting at the Alhambra Civic Center Library

Community Information Meeting

UPDATE: MP-McDonald has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing. Missing Person: MP- McDonald, Maria (Female Hispanic) AGE: 84 HEIGHT: 5’0” WEIGHT: 125 HAIR: Gray EYES: Brown Last seen yesterday evening, in the 1000 Block of Winthrop in Alhambra at approximately 9:00 p.m. MP-McDonald only speaks Spanish and has medical conditions that require medication. If you have information concerning our missing person, please contact the Alhambra Police Department at (626) 570-5151.