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

Juvenile was safely located by Yuba City Police Department, thank you all for your shares and continued support in this matter.

Just a reminder that today is the 138th Bok Kai Parade in downtown Marysville. All downtown streets south of 9th Street, east of High Street to B Street are closed. This means if you are trying to get through the downtown area you are only able to travel E Street, 9th Street and B Street. Watch for road closure signs and personnel at road barricades. Have a great day everyone!

Last night during the Citizens Academy participants were able to see first hand the tools and techniques that police use on a daily basis. Participants were able to shoot a taser, spray and feel the effects of OC and use the Use of Force Simulator actively engaging in various shoot/don’t shoot scenarios. Keep an eye out for the next Citizens Academy so you can be part of this awesome opportunity.

Coffee with a Cop was a huge success today at King Clothing. Attending residents discussed loud noise/reckless drivers, concerns with homelessness, CPI and how speed limits are determined and set. They also received a tour of the new King Clothing facility! Keep an eye on our Facebook for the next CWAC location!

Don’t forget to attend our Coffee with a Cop event today. It is being held at the new King Clothing location, 229 6th St. Marysville at 9am. There is not agenda however Sergeant Magana will be showing attendees how to use the CPI (Community Partnership Initiative) part of our webpage. Detective Jackson, who is assigned to the Gang Unit, will also be on hand to answer any questions you have! We hope to see you all there!

Recently the Marysville Police Department sent Robert some police patches which he is an avid collector of. Click on the link to see his reaction and to learn more about Robert. We think it’s safe to say that Robert is a fan of the Marysville Police Department.

Friends, family, local law enforcement and local public officials and diplomats joined together for the swearing in of Chief Christian Sachs last night. Chief Sachs began his law enforcement career in 1997 with the Williams Police Department. In 2001 Chief Sachs started at the Marysville Police Department. Since being with the Marysville Police Department Sachs has held the position of Patrol Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Admin Sergeant and Lieutenant. Over his law enforcement career, Chief Sachs is a 4 time winner of the Officer of the Year award, Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) award and the Lifetime Achievement 10851VC Award (25 individual awards for the recovery of stolen vehicles). Chief Sachs is dedicated to the Marysville Police Department and his dedication has shown over the years. The support Chief Sachs received is unprecedented and his goal is to make tomorrow better than today.

The Marysville Police Department would like to invite the community to the swearing in of Chief Christian Sachs. The swearing in will be held on Tuesday March 6th at 6pm in the City Council chambers.

The Citizens Academy is in full swing. This pst week participants learned about DUI investigations. Each participant had the chance to complete a distracted driving course utilizing pedal carts and wore goggles that simulate what it is like to be under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Keep an eye out for updates on the Academy and when the next one will be. You won’t want to miss out!

The Marysville Police Department is proud to introduce its 2017 Peace Officer of the Year, Detective Stephen Jackson. Detective Jackson was hired as a Reserve Officer in 2013 and promoted to full time in 2014. In 2015 Detective Jackson was assigned as a Field Training Officer. In 2016 Detective Jackson was assigned as an Officer in Charge and later assigned as a Gang Detective. Detective Jackson is a recipient of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hero Award, Drug Eradication Award, Victim Services Award, Meritorious Service Award, and a four time winner of the California Highway Patrol 10851, Stolen Vehicle Recovery Award. Please join us in congratulating Detective Jackson! Special thanks to the Marysville Exchange Club for putting on such a great event and all of the volunteers that helped make this even special.

Coffee with A Cop will be be hosted Friday March 9th, 9am at King Clothing's new location at 229 6th Street. Come to this great event to speak about anything that is on your mind. There is no agenda and this event is designed for you, the citizens of Marysville. Sergeant Magana, along with other officers, will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns that you may have. Did we mention there will be coffee and snacks? Hope to see you there

http://www.clipsyndicate.com/video/play/7248042 Check out this news story on the use of the Catapult system that the Marysville Police Department uses to communicate with schools during emergencies. This system streamlines communications and is key to student safety.

Marysville Police 👮‍♀️ 👮 🚔 Volunteers proudly represented the Police Department at the Marysvillle Historic Fair last weekend. Pictured are volunteers Hellen, Betty and Patty displaying some of Marysville’s police history.

Recently Allen Edward Hein was sentenced to 6 years State Prison for a Burglary that occurred in the 1200 Block of J Street in Marysville. The Burglary occurred during the mandatory evacuations during the Oroville Spillway evacuations. Hein was sentenced for 1st degree Burglary.

This week, Jevaun Silas Coleman, was sentenced as part of a plea in reference to a shooting that occurred in the 900 Block of 7th Street on September 10th, 2017. Coleman pled to Assault with a Firearm plus an enhancement for Great Bodily Injury. Coleman was sentenced to 5 years State Prison. Additionally, Adrienna Baker was sentenced as part of a plea in reference to the same shooting. Baker pled to a charge of Accessory to a Felony and was placed on 3 years of probation with a requirement of 30 days jail, which she was remanded to.

Don't forget our next Coffee with a Cop event!!! The next event is Friday, February 9th, at Courthouse Cafe located at 513 B Street Marysville. This event starts at 9am. Come to this great event to speak about anything that is on your mind. There is no agenda and this event is designed for you, the citizens of Marysville. Sergeant Shackelford, along with other officers, will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns that you may have. Did we mention there will be coffee and snacks? Hope to see you there!

The Marysville Police Department is looking for the citizen’s help in identifying this woman who was involved in a recent theft. The female entered an unlocked vehicle a stole a laptop, the victim’s wallet and the keys to the truck. If you can identify this woman, please contact Officer Culver by email: hculver@marysvillepd.org, by phone: 530-749-3900 or by sending a message to us via Facebook. You can also submit a tip by visiting out web site at www.marysvillepd.org. Remember, you can always remain anonymous.

Please see attached press release and contact the Colusa Police Department with any information in reference to the homicide of Karen Garcia.

The Marysville Police Department is still looking for interested applicants for our upcoming Citizen's Academy. This is a great opportunity for everybody in the community to get involved and learn the ins and out of the Marysville Police Department and the day to day functions and duties of Officers at MPD. The Marysville Police Department is proud to announce our upcoming Citizen’s Academy! In accordance with our mission to integrate our department with the community, we created the Marysville Police Department Citizen’s Academy. It is our intent to provide citizens with a close look at the department, the officers, and law enforcement services through interactive activities, demonstrations, and discussion. Our instructors include members of your Marysville Police Department. We will provide experts in each field, from the Chief of Police to the veteran officers who patrol your streets. This program allows for interfacing at a personal level. You are encouraged to ask questions and learn both what we do and why we do it. It is our hope that the academy experience will be a positive way for our department and community to learn from each other. The following topics will be covered during the 2018 Marysville Police Department Academy: February 8 2018: Meet the Chief; Vision and structure of the department; Dispatch / Records, tour. February 15 2018: Police Patrol Procedure; Traffic Stops; DUI/DRE (DRUGS) Investigations. February 17 2018 (Saturday): Pedal Kart / DUI / Distracted Driving Course. February 22 2018: DUI Investigations/DUI Wet Lab. February 28 2018: Narcotics Investigations / Marijuana Laws. March 8 2018: COPPS/CPI/Community Involvement/K9 dog bite demonstration. March 14 2018: Shoot Simulator / Use of Force/ Self-Defense Course. March 22 2018: Gang awareness, Investigations, Fingerprinting, timelines, Crime Scenes, VWAP. April 3 2018: Graduation Ceremony / City Council Presentation. The Marysville Police Department is accepting applications from citizens of the Yuba-Sutter region. Applicants must be 18 years or older and pass a brief background investigation. This program is not structured like a traditional academy. There are no push-ups, shined boots, or drill instructors. The academy is scheduled over eight (8) weeks of instruction and will be held between 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm on Wednesday/Thursday nights and one Saturday, beginning Feb 8, 2018. Most classes will be held at the new state-of-the-art Caltrans building in Marysville (703 B Street). Applications and additional details are available at the Marysville Police Department, or online at http://www.marysvillepd.org/academy.html. Applications must be delivered or mailed to the Marysville Police Department; 316 6th Street Marysville, CA 95901. The deadline for postmarked or received applications for class “18-1” is January 26, 2018. If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Sgt. Nelson Magana at 530.749.3949 or email at nmagana@marysvillepd.org.

Don't forget our next Coffee with a Cop event!!! The next event is this upcoming Friday, January 12th at Fez Cafe located at 1601 B Street Marysville. This event starts at 9am. Come to this great event to speak about anything that is on your mind. There is no agenda and this event is designed for you, the citizens of Marysville. Sergeant Barber, along with other officers, will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns that you may have. Did we mention there will be coffee and snacks? Hope to see you there.

MARYSVILLE POLICE DETECTIVES ARREST SEX REGISTRANT FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT AGAINST A MINOR On 1/3/2018 Marysville Police began an investigation into a possible sexual assault involving a female juvenile. The alleged sexual assault was brought to the attention of the Marysville Police Department by the Sutter County Probation Department. The investigation alleged that the suspect was 19 year old Daniel Rowley of Yuba City, CA. A records check of Rowley revealed he was an active sex registrant and served time in prison previously after a conviction of sexual crimes against a child under 14 years of age. During an interview with the victim, the victim said she knew Rowley from work, and that Rowley knew the victim was under the age of 18. The victim said the crimes against her occurred in Rowley’s car after time spent driving around in her vehicle. The victim advised the crimes took place in Yuba City and Marysville in December 2017. Marysville Police Detectives learned Rowley was in custody at the Sutter County Jail for a violation of his probation terms and conducted an interview with him. Although Rowley initially denied any physical contact with the juvenile victim, he eventually admitted to having sex with the juvenile multiple times. Following the interview Rowley was arrested on charges of Communicating with a Minor for Sex, Sex with a Minor, and Sexual Penetration. Rowley was booked into Yuba County Jail and is being held on $175,000 bail.

***Bridge Closure*** If you plan to travel between Marysville and Yuba City this weekend, please note that the Fifth Street Bridge will be closed Sunday, Jan. 7, from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. for maintenance.

MARYSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT HOSTS CITIZEN’S ACADEMY The Marysville Police Department is proud to announce our upcoming Citizen’s Academy! In accordance with our mission to integrate our department with the community, we created the Marysville Police Department Citizen’s Academy. It is our intent to provide citizens with a close look at the department, the officers, and law enforcement services through interactive activities, demonstrations, and discussion. Our instructors include members of your Marysville Police Department. We will provide experts in each field, from the Chief of Police to the veteran officers who patrol your streets. This program allows for interfacing at a personal level. You are encouraged to ask questions and learn both what we do and why we do it. It is our hope that the academy experience will be a positive way for our department and community to learn from each other. The following topics will be covered during the 2018 Marysville Police Department Academy: February 8 2018: Meet the Chief; Vision and structure of the department; Dispatch / Records, tour. February 15 2018: Police Patrol Procedure; Traffic Stops; DUI/DRE (DRUGS) Investigations. February 17 2018 (Saturday): Pedal Kart / DUI / Distracted Driving Course. February 22 2018: DUI Investigations/DUI Wet Lab. February 28 2018: Narcotics Investigations / Marijuana Laws. March 8 2018: COPPS/CPI/Community Involvement/K9 dog bite demonstration. March 14 2018: Shoot Simulator / Use of Force/ Self-Defense Course. March 22 2018: Gang awareness, Investigations, Fingerprinting, timelines, Crime Scenes, VWAP. April 3 2018: Graduation Ceremony / City Council Presentation. The Marysville Police Department is accepting applications from citizens of the Yuba-Sutter region. Applicants must be 18 years or older and pass a brief background investigation. This program is not structured like a traditional academy. There are no push-ups, shined boots, or drill instructors. The academy is scheduled over eight (8) weeks of instruction and will be held between 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm on Wednesday/Thursday nights and one Saturday, beginning Feb 8, 2018. Most classes will be held at the new state-of-the-art Caltrans building in Marysville (703 B Street). Applications and additional details are available at the Marysville Police Department, or online at http://www.marysvillepd.org/academy.html. Applications must be delivered or mailed to the Marysville Police Department; 316 6th Street Marysville, CA 95901. The deadline for postmarked or received applications for class “18-1” is January 26, 2018. If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Sgt. Nelson Magana at 530.749.3949 or email at nmagana@marysvillepd.org.

Our deepest condolences go out to the family of CHP Officer Andrew Camilleri and to all of the California Highway Patrol. Rest easy hero, we’ll take it from here. ⚫️🔵⚫️

Merry Christmas from all of us at the Marysville Police Department.