Marysville Police Department

  • Agency: Marysville Police Department
  • Address: 316 6th Street, Marysville, 95901 CA
  • Chief: Wallace C Fullerton (Chief of Police)
Phone: (530) 749-3900
Fax: (530) 749-3990

Marysville Police Department is located at 316 6th Street, Marysville, 95901 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Wallace C Fullerton. The Marysville Police Department phone number is (530) 749-3900.

Marysville Police Department News

On 11/1/2017 Jeremy Basham was arrested by Net-5 with the assistance of the YCPD SWAT team. Jeremy was located inside a house in Yuba City and arrested on multiple outstanding felony warrants. Jeremy was booked into the Sutter County jail.

On 11/01/2017 at about 10:45pm MPD Officers were in the 1300 Block of Johnson Ave. in East Marysville. Officers spotted Robert Vierra, who was wanted on multple MPD warrants and YCPD warrants. Robert fled from officers on foot. After a short foot pursuit, Robert was caught and arrested on his outstanding warrants. Robert was booked into the Yuba County jail.

On November 1, 2017 at about 1:30pm Marysville Police Department served a search warrant on a residence in the 4300 block of College Way in Olivehurst, California. During the search of the residence and property, Marysville Police discovered a substantial amount of stolen property from various cases from the cities of Marysville, Yuba City, Rancho Cordova and unincorporated Yuba County. Marysville Police recovered more than $12,500 in miscellaneous hand tools, power tools, a welding cart, and tool boxes that had been stolen from a burglary at Brandon Brown Handyman Services in Yuba City. Officers also recovered a stolen GMC truck and Yamaha Raptor four-wheeler that were stolen out of Yuba City. Marysville Police recovered a Bobcat attachment taken from a job site in the Edgewater area of Yuba County, valued at $5,000, and a pair of Bobcat attachments taken from a trailer in East Marysville, valued at $2,500. As the investigation continued, Marysville Police discovered $1,000 worth of fencing materials and approximately $5,900 in tools on the property that had been stolen from the suspect’s employer in Rancho Cordova. The tools included a welder, cordless drills, a roto hammer, jack hammer, and more. Marysville Police also recovered several other Bobcat attachments, a stolen motorcycle license plate, and a roadway sign demarcating the County of Yuba County. Owners for the previously stolen property arrived on scene and delightedly identified their recovered property. All told, the Marysville Police recovered over $54,000 in stolen property, as a result of this investigation. Marysville Police later went to the Yuba County Jail and arrested 40 year old Richard Townsend, of the 4300 block of College Way in Olivehurst on two counts of auto theft and four counts of possession of stolen property. Townsend was already in custody on un-related matters.

A few of Marysville PD’s old patrol cars during a call for service. Photo Credit: Krystal McCrary

MPD was honored to help judge the Covillaud School Fall Decorating contest... Congrats to Mrs. Morgan's 2nd Grade class for taking first place - it was such a tough decision making process as there were so many great runner-ups! We've posted a few photos of classroom doors with great messages we especially enjoyed.

What an incredible turnout we had at the Spaghetti Feed for Sgt. Parks and his family. The support of our Community was absolutely overwhelming and much appreciated! A huge thank you to everyone who table sponsored this event, to Courthouse Cafe for providing all the delicious desserts for the dessert auction, Tom and Becky King for providing the gun to raffle, everyone that dropped off the wonderful raffle prizes, Recology for making enough spaghetti to feed everyone and the Elks Lodge for donating the space!

Want to listen to the rockin' sounds of Nashville signed Country Music star Madison Hudson!? Want to bid on amazing dessert items made by the Courthouse Cafe and devour delicious spaghetti lovingly prepared by Recology Yuba-Sutter? How about trying your hand at some fabulous raffle items including a 4 night stay at a cabin in Lake Tahoe, a Glock 19 from Tj Norths, a beautiful basket from The Country Florist donated by Rideout Health, or a package from Porchlight Brewing Co (among many others)? Or, even better, how about showing your support for a law enforcement professional who has served the Yuba-Sutter community for the past 10 years? You get all of those things and more for only $25 when you buy a ticket to the Spaghetti Feed for Sgt. Greg Parks tomorrow night at the Marysville Elks Lodge - doors open at 6pm!

By popular demand we have added a table sponsor option to the fundraiser for Sgt. Parks! For just $200 you get six dinner tickets, six drink tickets, six raffle tickets and recognition at the dinner! If you've already purchased tickets and want to upgrade, please call 530.379.5319 or 530.635.7774. If you haven't already purchased tickets, what are you waiting for!? Go online to or call the numbers listed above! Come support Sgt. Parks and take advantage of our great live band and raffle items!

Thank you to everyone who came out today! We're excited to give Marysville children access to books, stay tuned for more ways to register your child aged 0-5!

Today is the day!! All Marysville residents are invited to come down to the Yuba County Library from 10am - Noon to sign their children from 0 - 5 up for a FREE book each month! If you’re not a Marysville resident, feel free to join us to learn about bringing the program to your area and enjoy the healthy snacks, face painting and Playzeum Yuba-Sutter!

On 10/13/2017 The Marysville Police Department received information from a local off duty officer that Jeremy Lee Basham, 45, was at the ‘Circle A’ gas station in East Marysville. The off duty officer knew Basham had several outstanding felony warrants for his arrest. MPD Officers located Basham in the area and attempted to stop the SUV he was driving. Basham did not stop and a vehicle pursuit ensued through parts of East Marysville and into Yuba County. During the pursuit, MPD Officers learned there was a 5 year old child in the SUV. Upon learning there was a child in the SUV, the pursuit was terminated as Basham continued to flee at a high rate of speed. MPD Officers searched for the SUV and located it the Shad Pad area of the River Bottoms in Yuba County. Upon approaching the SUV it was found that Basham had left the 5 year old alone in the SUV, next to the Yuba River. MPD Officers were able bring the child to safety, but Basham had already fled the area, abandoning the child. Basham is currently wanted by MPD for Evading, Kidnapping, Child Stealing and Child Endangerment, along with the other outstanding warrants. If you know the whereabouts of Basham please contact the Marysville Police Department at (530) 749-3900. You can also submit a tip anonymously at or by sending us a message on Facebook.

Do you live in Marysville ✔️ Do you have a child age 0-5 ✔️ Want a FREE book each month for him/her ✔️ You’re in luck! The Marysville Police Officer’s Association has teamed up with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to give a free book each month to Every child in Marysville from birth until their 5th birthday 🎂!!! Join us at the Yuba County Library this Saturday (October 21st) from 10am to 12pm to find out how to sign up for books to be delivered to your doorstep! Oh yeah, did we also mention there will be free face-painting, goodies and fun activities from Playzeum Yuba-Sutter - don’t miss out!

This past Wednesday, we had a special edition of Coffee With A Cop on National Coffee With A Cop day. The turnout was great and the conversation amazing! The snacks and coffee provided by The Brick were amazing and the frozen yogurt/treats from OMG Yogurt were delicious! With all that said, we will still be having our regularly scheduled Coffee With A Cop on Friday, October 13th at 9am. This CWAC will be held at Edward Jones located at 312 1st Street. We hope to see you there!

Sergeant Greg Parks is a long time resident of our region and has served the Marysville community with compassion and courage for more than nine years. Sergeant Parks suffers from diabetes and was recently diagnosed with Stage 5 kidney failure. In addition to needing a kidney transplant, Sergeant Parks will likely have to undergo additional evasive surgeries in the near future. The spaghetti dinner fundraiser will be held on October 27th at the Marysville Elks Lodge (920 D Street Marysville, CA 95901) and will feature live music, raffle prizes and a no host bar. All proceeds will be used to assist Greg and his family with costs associated with his medical condition. Adult tickets are $25 and Child tickets (12 and under) are $10.

Tomorrow at 5, we hope to see you there! Corner of 3rd and Dst in Marysville. Come have some coffee and sweets from The Brick and ask Chief Aaron Easton some questions 👮🏼

Marysville Police and Twin Cities Martial Arts worked together to host a free women’s self-defense training over the weekend. This training was held at Twin Cities Martial Arts on D Street in Marysville, and it was a great success. The women who showed up learned from experienced officers, as well as some of the best martial artists around. We look forward to future events with Twin Cities Martial Arts, as well as other local businesses.

We invite everyone to join Chief of Police Aaron W. Easton and members of the Marysville Police Department for coffee and conversation on National Coffee With a Cop Day 2017!

Last week the Marysville Police Department requested the citizen's help in identifying three people who were involved in a recent Car Jacking. Thanks to all of your help, all three people were identified. Today, at approximately 5:15pm, 35 year old Kymberly Hanshew of Marysville was arrested for Car Jacking, Robbery and Hate Crime based on the investigation. The other two suspects names are withheld pending further investigation. Hanshew was booked into the Yuba County Jail.

The Marysville Police Department would like to say thank you to Angela Cuevas who kindly donated this brand new bike to Tony. As many of you Tony had his bike stolen recently and Angela's kindness is extremely appreciated.

The Marysville Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying these people who were involved in an attempted car jacking recently. The female suspected entered the victim's vehicle and used force to try and take it. The two male subjects were seen with the female suspect prior to the incident. If you have any information as to the identity of any of these people please contact Officer Rossiter by calling (530) 749-3900 or emailing him at

SUSPECT SHOOTS SELF DURING ALTERCATION, TWO ARRESTED On September 10, 2017 at about 6:01 pm the Marysville Police Department, received a 911 call in reference to an adult male being shot in the face in the 900 block of 7th Street Marysville. Officers arrived on scene and contacted an adult male; they learned at that time the bullet had actually traveled through the victim’s shoulder and neck. The victim was transported to the Rideout Hospital for treatment and has since been released. During the course of the investigation, Marysville Police Department Detectives learned that three subjects arrived in a vehicle and an altercation ensued. During the altercation, a male subject whom arrived in the vehicle, fired a small caliber handgun at the victim. Investigators learned that the male suspect also sustained a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his right bicep after the bullet exited the victim’s neck. Marysville Police were able to identify the three suspects involved. In the late afternoon of 09-11-2017, Marysville Police Detectives contacted and questioned all three suspects. As a result, 21 year old Jevaun Silas Coleman of the 1200 block of E.22nd Street, Marysville and 25 year old Adrieanna Baker of the 1200 block of E.22nd Street, Marysville were arrested. Nicole Hedrick, Age 27, 1300 block of Hobart Drive, Marysville is pending criminal charges. Through this investigation, Jevaun Coleman was identified as the shooter and both Adrieanna Baker and Nicole Hedrick were identified as accessories to the shooting. Jevaun Coleman was taken to Rideout Hospital and treated for his self-inflicted gunshot wound. Jevaun Coleman was transported to the Yuba County jail where he was booked for attempted murder. Adrienna Baker was booked for being an accessory to attempted murder. Charges for accessory to attempted murder are being filed against Hedrick.

The 3rd Annual MPOA Golf Tournament will take place on September 22nd, and we could still use teams and sponsors. For those not familiar, the MPOA has helped give dozens of local children in need a Christmas over the past couple of years. Please help us make a difference in our community...anything helps. Reach out to us if you are interested and we will gladly get you all of the information you need. Please like and share this post to help us reach as many people as possible.

Robert Wayne Vierra (AKA Robert Wayne Henshaw) is currently wanted on various warrants out of Yuba City and Marysville for drug related offenses, vandalism and battery. There have been several reports that Robert is in possession of an unknown type handgun, and in one reported incident, brandished the gun at a victim during an argument. Robert recently fled from officers in Marysville and reportedly made a failed attempt to get into a vehicle that did not belong to him. Robert was able to avoid apprehension, and was last seen running in the area of 11th Street and Maple Street. Robert is a 38 year old Hispanic male, approximately 5’6” & 170 lbs, with collar length brown hair and hazel eyes. Robert has a tattoo of Chinese writing on his right upper arm, a tattoo of a cross on his left upper arm, and a tattoo of a the letter “S” on the back of his right hand. Robert is considered armed and dangerous. If seen, do not approach him and immediately dial 911 to notify authorities of his whereabouts.

The Marysville Police Department is teaming up with Twin Cities Martial Arts to offer a free 2 hour Women's Self Defense Training for all area female residents, ages 12 and up! Join us to learn contemporary ways you can avoid danger, keep safe, and if necessary, defend yourself against a possible assailant.