Anaheim Police Department
- Agency: Anaheim Police Department
- Address: 425 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, 92805 CA
- Chief: John Welter (Chief of Police)
Anaheim Police Department is located at 425 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, 92805 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is John Welter. The Anaheim Police Department phone number is 714-765-1900.
Anaheim Police Department News
Don't forget Daylight Savings Time ends tonight!
TWO WEEKS until the free Coppers and Choppers motorcycle safety expo! We're #GearingUp. Are you? Enter your motorcycle into the bike show for a chance to WIN! Riders of ALL motorcycle styles and skill levels are welcome. This event is open to all members of the community. Even if you don't have a motorcycle, stop by and enjoy the motorcycle demos, food trucks, music, and more! #community #teamwork #excellence
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**SUSPECT SOUGHT FOR MURDER IN LOVE TRIANGLE DEATH -- SOSPECHOSO BUSCADO POR ASESINATO** Our homicide detectives are seeking the public’s help in locating Humberto Rodriguez-Martinez, a 30 year old Anaheim man wanted in connection with the stabbing death of his jilted lover’s new boyfriend. Just after 5:00 am on Thursday, October 19, 2017, APD officers responded to the intersection of Santa Ana St and Helena regarding subjects fighting in the street. The first officers on scene located Daniel Reyes, a 32 year old resident of Los Angeles, suffering from at least one stab wound. He was pronounced deceased at the scene. The investigation revealed Rodriguez-Martinez was jealous of Reyes who was now dating his former girlfriend. Rodriguez-Martinez and a friend, Adan Zapot-Leyva, were waiting for Reyes when he left his girlfriend’s Anaheim residence and attacked him, leading to Reyes’ death. Zapot-Leyva was arrested without incident on October 21, 2017, and has been charged with Reyes’ murder. He is being held in Orange County Jail on $1,000,000 bail. His booking photo is shown below. An arrest warrant has been issued for Rodriguez-Martinez, who is believed to be hiding in the San Diego area. Rodriguez-Martinez’ tan Toyota Corolla was recovered in the City of San Diego on October 26, 2017, one week after the murder. Rodriguez-Martinez should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information regarding the crime, or the whereabouts of Humberto Rodriguez-Martinez, is urged to contact Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS or www.occrimestoppers.org A reward up to $1,000.00 may be paid for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Rodriguez-Martinez. Los detectives de homicidios del Departamento de Policía de Anaheim piden la ayuda del público para localizar a Humberto Rodríguez-Martínez, residente de Anaheim de 30 años de edad, buscado en conexión con la muerte por apuñalamiento de la nueva pareja de su ex-novia. Justo después de las 5:00 de la mañana del jueves 19 de octubre del 2017, oficiales de APD respondieron a una llamada en la intersección de Santa Ana St. y Helena St. con respecto a unos individuos que peleaban en la calle. Los primeros oficiales en escena encontraron a Daniel Reyes, de 32 años de edad y residente de Los Ángeles, quien había sido apuñalado. Fue declarado muerto en la escena. La investigación reveló que Rodríguez-Martínez estaba celoso de Reyes, quien ahora estaba saliendo con su ex-novia. Rodríguez-Martínez y un amigo, Adan Zapot Leyva, estaban esperando a Reyes cuando el salió de la residencia de su novia en Anaheim y lo atacaron, lo que causó la muerte de Reyes. Zapot-Leyva fue arrestado el 21 de octubre de 2017 y se le han levantado cargos por asesinato. Está detenido en la cárcel del Condado de Orange con una fianza de $ 1,000,000. Su fotografía de arresto está incluida en este comunicado. Hay una orden de arresto contra Rodríguez-Martínez, quien se cree que se esconde en el área de San Diego. El Toyota Corolla de Rodríguez-Martínez fue encontrado en la ciudad de San Diego el 26 de octubre de 2017, una semana después del asesinato. Rodríguez-Martínez es considerado armado y peligroso. Cualquier persona con información sobre el crimen o el paradero de Humberto Rodríguez-Martínez, se les urge contactar a Orange County Crime Stoppers al 855-TIP-OCCS o www.occrimestoppers.org. Hay una recompensa de hasta $ 1,000 por información que ayude con el arresto y condena de Rodriguez-Martinez.
Please welcome our newest team member, Oscar El Oso (Oscar The Bear)! He made his debut at CHOC recently and had a great time visiting parents and children alongside Anaheim PD Officers.
Did you know you can file a police report online for many types of crime? Skip the lines, and visit us on our website. Remember, if this is an emergency, call 9-1-1
Sgt Lee & Officer Bonczkiewicz along with his partner K9 Ivan had a great time on a recent school visit! #community #teamwork #excellence
**UPDATE** Eastbound Orange is closed at Dale and southbound Dale is closed at Orange due to a vehicle collision. Please stay clear of the area until further notice.
Eastbound Orange is closed at Dale due to a vehicle collision. Please stay clear of the area until further notice.
**REQUEST FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE** Anaheim homicide detectives are requesting the public’s help in identifying the suspects and vehicle involved in a body dump murder on January 16, 2017. APD officers were called to the 1600 block of S. Sinclair Street regarding a body near a trash dumpster. The deceased body of Brian Alfredo Mendez was discovered in a trash dumpster enclosure near a closed commercial building. Mendez had been shot multiple times. Video from the surrounding area showed a light colored Chevrolet SUV occupied by at least two suspects dumping Mendez’ body just before midnight on January 15th, 2017. Interviews with Mendez’ close friends and associates has indicated he is a close associate of the infamous Mexican Mafia prison gang. Anyone with information regarding the homicide or Mendez gang associates is urged to contact Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS or www.occrimestoppers.org. You can remain anonymous and a reward up to $1000 may be paid for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect(s)
October 31st is Halloween and the last day of #CrimePreventionMonth. Thank you for participating in our #9pmRoutine. We hope you continue to follow these easy steps to keep your homes and vehicles safe from burglaries and avoid package theft. Please check out our video for a recap of these simple tips.
Boo! 👻 We hope your Halloween festivities have more Treats vs Tricks - but above all - Safety First!🎃 #halloweensafetytips #community #teamwork #excellence
National Prescription Drug Take-back Day at Kaiser Anaheim
Enjoy Halloween festivities - but as always - Safety First! Here are some tips to help keep your own little ghouls & gobblins safe! #halloweensafetytips #community #teamwork #excellence
Don't forget your #9pmRoutine tonight! #crimepreventionmonth
The Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation hosts inaugural Domestic Violence Awareness Forum in honor of #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth
Westbound Santa Ana Canyon has been re-opened. Thank you for your patience.
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Westbound Santa Ana Canyon is closed at the scales due to a vegetation fire. Please use alternate routes until further notice
Over the past several months Anaheim Public Utilities has reported numerous thefts of water meters with losses totaling more than $52,000. With critical information shared by two citizens, APD patrol officers and Burglary detectives were able to arrest two suspects and successfully file 14 felony counts of grand theft against these two suspects. We would like to publicly recognize and thank the two community members who made the arrests possible: Sandie Chiha, General Manager of DBW Metals Recycling and Melissa Franco, a resident who called APD regarding suspicious activity are commended for their invaluable assistance. Thank you both! NOTE: Both Sandie and Melissa were contacted and agreed to their names being posted. #community #teamwork #excellence
The U.S. Small Business Administration has opened a Disaster Loan Outreach Center at the East Anaheim Community Center to meet the needs of individuals and businesses affected by the Canyon 2 Fire. Read below for more information.
**REQUEST FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE--ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY** During the late afternoon on a weekday in mid-September, a residential burglary occurred in the 1000 block of S Brianna Way, Anaheim. Suspect 1- male adult African-American, thin build, in his 20’s, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt with the number "22" on the front, grey sweatpants and holding a black crow bar. Suspect 2- male adult African-American, in his early 20’s, short, stocky build, with a shaved head and black hair, wearing a black long sleeve shirt with white Adidas stripes down the sleeves, tan shorts and black gloves. Suspect vehicle- Charcoal gray Lexus 350 There was no loss.Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS or by email at www.occrimestoppers.org.
Do you have Halloween plans this weekend? Join the City of Anaheim for a fun and family-friendly parade. It's always a blast!
********** subjects have been located ************Critical Missing #1 Tong Soo Song Korean Male, 93, 5-8, 163, gray hair, brown eyes. #2 Sai Ok Song Korean female, 89, 5-1, 120, wht hair, brown eyes. Last seen at 9am at LAX dropping off a family member their vehicle was located at their home near Olive/Water in Anaheim.