Parade starts at 1:00 p.m. today!!!
Graceville Police Department is located at 5348 Cliff St, Graceville, 32440 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Elton Horton. The Graceville Police Department phone number is 850-263-3944.
Parade starts at 1:00 p.m. today!!!
Games, food, candy, and more!
Come out and show your support for the Graceville Tigers!
Parade lineup is at 9:00 a.m. Parade starts at 10:00 a.m.
The Graceville Police Department would like to thank New Home Baptist Church for the delicious basket of goodies! Community support is always needed and appreciated but it is even more meaningful when it appears out of nowhere at just the perfect time!
PSA: We would like you to be aware that the traffic light at Hwy 77 and 8th Ave (by Piggly Wiggly) is flashing at this time. We will try to have it back going as soon as possible. Please use caution. Thank you.
The Graceville Police Department office hours for Labor Day will be as follows: Friday Sept. 1st: 8am-12pm Saturday Sept. 2nd: Closed Sunday Sept. 3rd: Closed Monday Sept. 4th: Closed Normal office hours will resume on Tuesday, September 5th. We hope you have a safe and fun Labor Day weekend!
Press Release On Wednesday the 30th of August 2017, while on routine patrol in the city of Graceville, an alert patrol officer observed a white passenger vehicle traveling down the center of Sanders Ave. outside its assigned lane of travel. The officer was familiar with the driver and had knowledge from past dealings that the driver had a suspended driver’s license. Based on this knowledge, the officer performed a traffic stop on the vehicle, which pulled into a residence on Sanders Ave. The officer then made contact with the driver and confirmed that his driver’s license had been suspended since 2008 and that the driver had 3 prior convictions for driving while license suspended. The driver was then placed under arrest and transported to the Jackson County Jail without incident. Arrested: Oda Lee Myrick 31 years old of Graceville Charge: Felony Driving While License Suspended
There was a dog found by Express Lane earlier today and it had no collar. It appeared to have been someone's pet as it appeared to have groomed toenails. We are trying to locate the owner. Please call 850-263-3944 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. if you know who the owner is. Thank you.
It has come to the attention of the Graceville Police Department that a party has been planned and advertised on social media for Saturday night August 26th in the area of Webb Street. The adverstisement is promoting that alcohol and drugs will be available to anyone in attendance. The Graceville Police Department takes these matters very seriously and discourages any type of gathering involving under age drinking and illegal drugs. The Graceville Police Department would like to request the assistance of the community in not allowing participation in such an event. If anyone has any questions please contact the Graceville Police Department and we want to remind the community that we are dedicated to protecting our citizens and children.
Press Release On July 24, 2017, the Graceville Police Department received a call in reference to a generator being stolen from a local business’s warehouse. The business owner did run an ad in “The Graceville News” classified section in reference to the generator being stolen. On August 8, 2017, a citizen showed up at the Graceville Police Department wanting to return the generator. The citizen advised that he had purchased the generator from two male subjects in Graceville back on the 24th. Based on information learned from the citizen and other resources during the investigation, the Graceville Police Department was able to identify the two male subjects that had sold the stolen generator. The Graceville Police Department did apply for and was granted warrants to arrest the two male subjects. On August 16, 2017, the Graceville Police Department along with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office went to locate the suspects on the active warrants. Jonathon Shipes was located walking on Payne St and arrested without incident. Jacob Pierce was located in the Holmes County Jail and a hold placed on him. Their charges are as follows: Jonathon Shipes 24 of Graceville Dealing in Stolen Property Jacob Pierce 26 of Graceville Dealing in Stolen Property The Graceville Police Department would like to thank the citizens involved for being observant and reporting suspicious activities. The Graceville Police Department would like to encourage any and all citizens with complaints on illegal drugs or any other crimes being committed to please report them. The Graceville Police Department also remains committed to the citizens in our effort to improve our community.