Eastpointe Police Department

  • Agency: Eastpointe Police Department
  • Address: 16083 E 9 Mile Rd, Eastpointe, 48021 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Eastpointe Police Department is located at 16083 E 9 Mile Rd, Eastpointe, 48021 MI. The Eastpointe Police Department phone number is 586-445-5100.

Eastpointe Police Department News

This 3-4 month old male was found today near Veronica/Gratiot. He is not neutured. Let's find him a home !! Call Animal Control at 586-445-5100

The Eastpointe Police Department would like to wish everyone safe and happy holidays. There are no known credible threats to Eastpointe, however, we ask that you remain vigilant. Public safety is a shared responsibility. Remember, if you see something that is out of the ordinary, please don’t hesitate to say something. We also need your help to prevent drunk driving. Help us by spreading the word to plan ahead for a safe ride home. Our police department will be out in full force to apprehend those who make the irresponsible decision to drive while they are intoxicated. OWI's are 100% preventable. All it takes is a little planning to prevent the senseless loss of life we see each year.

FOR SNOW BAN PARKING COMPLAINTS CALL 586-777-6700

You will not be able to get a hardship permit for this emergency. But if you meet the requirements, you may be able to get a permit to allow street parking during an emergency. Apply at city hall. The link for the ordinance is below: https://library.municode.com/mi/eastpointe/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=PTIICOOR_CH44TRVE_ARTIIIPASTST_DIV2SNEM

A SNOW EMERGENCY IS EFFECTIVE AT 12:00PM 12/13/17 THROUGH 12:00AM ON 12/15/17. PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON THE STREETS. VEHICLES WILL BE TICKETED AND TOWED AT THE OWNER'S EXPENSE. PLEASE COMPLY SO THE SNOW PLOWS CAN CLEAR OUR STREETS !!! THANK YOU !!!!!!

The Eastpointe Police Department recently hired Officer Austin Sturza and Officer Brian Showers. Both have excellent training and are looking forward to serving the citizens of Eastpointe. We wish them good luck with their careers. Stay safe.

Congratulations to Reserve Officer Harley Grasl (center) who is retiring after 30 years of service! Harley was honored by the Department and the Mayor and City Council this past weekend. The Eastpointe Police Reserve Unit is an essential part of the department. We appreciate those who volunteer their time to help keep Eastpointe safe.

This little peeker was found at 9/Gratiot today. He's a good boy who sits and stays....let's find his family. Call the police department if you can help 586-445-5100, x 1.

This cute dog was found at Toepfer and Gratiot today at 4:30pm. The dog had a red collar and a red leash but no tag. If you know who's dog this is, please have them contact the Eastpointe Police Department.

Make sure your Thanksgiving weekend is only full of Happy Memories, not a Lifetime of Regrets. Eastpointe Police Officers will be watching. If we see you driving while impaired we will stop and arrest you. Please, plan a Safe ride home and do not Drink and Drive. Remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over – during the holiday and every day!

After her near-death experience, Lydia has been nursed back to health by our friends at the Grosse Pointe Animal Adoption Society. She will be available for adoption in three weeks. Interested parties can contact GPAAS. Donations are welcome. Contact GPAAS at 313-884-1551 or gpaas@wowway.biz

Hey Eastpointe fam....we don't dispatch off this page, so if you need a police officer call dispatch at 586-777-6700 or 9-1-1 if it is an emergency !!!!!

Whoa.....look at this little German Shephard superstar we are calling Otto! He was taking a stroll down Toepfer at Glander. He's about 3 months old, NOT neutured, and looking for a home. If you know his family, contact us at 586-445-5100 !!!!

Officer Garbarino helps a stranded citizen change a tire in the city today. Nice work and comittment to the community !

UPDATE !!!!!!! Mike's family came and picked him up.....Yaayyyyyy Mikey ! Take care buddy.....be a good boy ! This is Mike ! He was found near Kelly/Lister. He appears to be about 3 years old. He is neutured and very friendly. He will be housed at the police department all weekend. If you would be willing to let him spend a couple days with you, let us know. We will have animal control pick him up on Monday morning. If you know his owner, please contact them or us at 586-445-5100 x 1. THANK YOU !

"Lydia" was picked up as a stray in the Gratiot / 8 Mile area. She was injured and needed treatment. The Grosse Pointe Animal Adoption Society agreed to take her in and provide treatment free of charge. Lydia is now healing and in a foster home. Lydia will be available for adoption after she has recovered. If you are looking for a worthy organization to which you can make a donation, GPAAS is on the top of our list. https://m.facebook.com/GrossePointeAnimalAdoptionSociety/ gpaas@wowway.biz

The TCF Bank at 17011 9 Mile was robbed today by this guy. If you recognize him, contact Detective Madonia at 445-5100, ext. 1026.

The National Drug Take Back is this Saturday, October 28. This is the prefect time to safely dispose of unused or expired medications. There is a drop box in the lobby of the police station. No liquids or sharps, please.

Anyone recognize this guy? He was found on Hayes south of 10 Mile today (10/16/17). If you know where he belongs, call the front desk. 586-445-5100.

Do you know him? He likes solitary walks in the dark, backpacking, fancy jeans, and taking people's property out of their cars and keeping it. We would like to help him meet likeminded friends in the Macomb County Jail. Contact Det. Hambright at 586-445-5100 to help out !

This is Pigpen. He's a stinky boy. He was found near McDonald's on 9 Mile. Do you know him? Call 586-445-5100 if you do !!

** UPDATE ** This guy is at the Macomb County Animal Shelter. His stray hold will end on 8-31-17. Please call 586-445-5115 on that date, for adoption/rescue inquiries. This adorable little man was found near Stephens/Rein. If you know him, get him home !!! Call the Eastpointe Police Department at 586-445-5100, x 1.

This young dude, about 6 months old, was found this morning near Stephens/Johnston. He needs his forever home. Help him get there !!

On July 7th at 5:30am, this community minded person broke into Kelly Beverage and commited larceny. He is a w/m, 50, with tattoos. Please help us to identify him. We would like to give him a place to call home for a while. Call 586-445-5100 with any information that can help us do just that !!

On July 26th at approximately 9:30pm, this suspect robbed the 7-11 at 9/Hayes. If you have any information that could lead to his arrest, please contact Det. Hambright at 586-445-5100, ext. 1029. Thank you !