The RCS Inland Emergency Winter Shelter is now open!
Ukiah Police Department is located at 300 Seminary Avenue, Ukiah, 95482 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Chris Dewey. The Ukiah Police Department phone number is 707-463-6241.
The RCS Inland Emergency Winter Shelter is now open!
Effective December 1, 2017 the following fees will increase. Please see the attached document.
Wet weather is coming: please allow more time to stop amd drive a little slower. Roads will be slick. If you are in a hurry and get in an accident...all the rushing won't be worth it!
Captain Wyatt and winner Alex Redin! Thanks for stopping by and following our page!
CSO Freeman helping with Pumpkin Patrol!
CSO’s Sawyer and Mosna helping out at Ukiah Boys and Girls Club!
Sharing Warrant Wednesday-if you see him call!
Our super CSO Sawyer out and about keeping downtown safe last night for all the trick or treaters!
Officer Snyder and a few kids having fun on Halloween!
Great tips! Please be safe tonight-Happy Halloween!
Press Release: Multiple car traffic accident leads to drug arrest UPD case # 17-3031 On October 25th at about 2pm, UPD officers were dispatched to a reported injury traffic collision on East Perkins Street, near the intersection of South Orchard Avenue. Upon arrival officers found that three vehicles had been involved and traffic was blocked. During the subsequent investigation officers learned that Stian Schwindt age 49 out of Willits, was driving his 2012 Chevy Volt eastbound on East Perkins Street at an excessive speed, when he decided to pass traffic in front of him. As Schwindt entered into the oncoming westbound traffic he collided with a 2017 Toyota Camry, that was traveling in the number 1 westbound lane. A 2008 Ford Edge was traveling in the number 2 westbound lane. The impact of the collision from the Volt pushed the Camry into the number 2 westbound lane and the Camry collided with the Ford Edge. What initially complicated the investigation was a passenger from the Volt, identified as Barry Kirkland age 56, told officers that he had been driving at the time of the collision. Fire and Ambulance personnel were called and assisted with the collision call. The driver of the Camry, a 65 year old female from Potter Valley, was injured from the collision and transported to UVMC via ambulance. A records check revealed that Schwindt’s driver’s license was suspended. Schwindt was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and suspected methamphetamine. Schwindt was placed under arrest for possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and driving on a suspended license. Kirkland was placed under arrest for delaying a police officer. While Kirkland was being booked into MCSO jail, he was found to be in possession of suspected methamphetamine and the additional charge of bringing a controlled substance into jail was added. Both were booked into county jail on the listed violations. As always, our mission at UPD is simple: to make Ukiah as safe as possible. If you would like to know more about crime in your neighborhood, you can sign up for telephone, cell phone and email notifications by clicking the Nixle button on our website: www.ukiahpolice.com. Patrol Lt. David McQueary
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If you see him call and let us know! #warrantwednesday
Press Release: Report of suspicious activity leads to arrests of juveniles for firearms violations UPD case # 17-3011 On October 23rd at about 12:47 pm, UPD officers were dispatched to Orchard Park in the 800 block of South Orchard Avenue, for a report a group of juvenile males appearing as if they were preparing to fight. Upon arrival officers contacted eight male subjects, who appeared extremely nervous. One of the juveniles, a 16 year old male, was known to officers to associate with the Sureno Criminal Street Gang. During a pat down search for weapons, a 16 year old male juvenile was found to be in possession of a concealed semiauto handgun with a high capacity magazine and ammunition. All subjects were detained and during the subsequent investigation, a 14 year old female subject was located sitting in a nearby vehicle. The female subject was found to be in possession of a semiauto handgun and ammunition. A records check revealed that one of the handguns had been reported stolen out of Sandy PD, Utah. The 16 year old male was placed under arrest for carrying a concealed firearm as an active participant in a criminal street gang and possession of a high capacity magazine. The 14 year old female was placed under arrest for possession of a loaded firearm. Both were booked into juvenile hall and the incident is still under investigation. As always, our mission at UPD is simple: to make Ukiah as safe as possible. If you would like to know more about crime in your neighborhood, you can sign up for telephone, cell phone and email notifications by clicking the Nixle button on our website: www.ukiahpolice.com. Patrol Lt. David McQueary