Troy Police Department

  • Agency: Troy Police Department
  • Address: 800 Cap Au Gris St, Troy , 63379 MO
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Phone: 636-528-4725
Fax: 636-528-5390
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Troy Police Department is located at 800 Cap Au Gris St, Troy , 63379 MO. The Troy Police Department phone number is 636-528-4725.

Troy Police Department News

Here is the news story Fox 2 aired regarding the counterfeit money. Please help us identify the subject in the surveillance video. If you have any information please contact the Troy Police Department’s Detective Bureau at 636-528-4725.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 1st, 2017 CONTACT: Public Information Officer, Det. Tony Stewart REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER CHARGED WITH TWO (2) COUNTS OF 2ND DEGREE AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT On 10-25-17 Troy Officers were dispatched to 100 Block of Community State Bank Plaza and made contact in reference to a male subject identified as Verus Alan Overkamp (59) touching female employees inappropriately. The manager stated she was familiar with the customer and advised on prior occasions Overkamp had made stylist uncomfortable by talking about going to massage parlors and bringing them random gifts. The female victim stated on 10-15-17 she was giving Overkamp a haircut and was almost finished, while trimming his sideburns Overkamp reach from underneath the cape and touched her vagina through her pants with his right hand. Thinking the contact was accidental, she then moved to his other side to trim that sideburn, Overkamp then touched her in the same manner using his left hand. Upon finishing the haircut, the victim began to walk towards the register, prior to reaching the register Overkamp handed the victim money for the haircut and left the business abruptly. While taking the victim’s statement a second female employee came forward and stated on 04-09-17 she gave Overkamp a haircut. This second victim stated near the end of the haircut Overkamp reached up from underneath the cape and touched her vagina through her pants with his right hand. The second victim stated she was disturbed by the contact but was afraid to tell anyone. On 10-31-17 Overkamp was arrested and transported to the Troy Police Department and was interviewed. Initially Overkamp denied any physical contact with any of the hair stylists, but admitted to receiving haircuts on both the above mentioned dates at the Troy location. Later in the interview Overkamp admitted to touching the stylists on their legs and vagina area because he believed the contact was wanted by both women because they were rubbing against him while giving him a haircut. Overkamp was charged with a sex crime in Calloway County in 2001 and is a registered sex offender residing in Moscow Mills. On 11-01-17 Overkamp was charged through the Lincoln County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office with two (2) counts of Sexual Abuse 2nd Degree – Aggravated Sexual Offense. The Honorable Judge Allsberry set bond at $5000 cash only and is currently being held in the Lincoln County Jail. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 1st, 2017 CONTACT: Public Information Officer, Det. Tony Stewart WOMAN CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE On 10-27-17 a Troy Officer conducted a traffic stop on S. Lincoln Drive. The driver Tiffany Koch (39) was arrested for Driving While Suspended. While inventorying the vehicle, search incident to arrest, officers located two (2) small plastic bags containing a crystal like substance. The substance was later analyzed and was identified as methamphetamine. Koch was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance and bond was set at $7500. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Here are some safety tips provided by the Red Cross. We hope everyone has a safe and Happy Halloween!!!

Don’t forget tomorrow is the Pumpkin Festival. Main Street will be closed from Collier to Cap Au Gris starting at 7 am. Hope to see you there!

Officer Parker and K9 Nitro spoke with the students and staff from Academy 2 on Main Street this morning. Officer Parker spoke them about stranger danger and what to do if they find a firearm.

The issue has been resolved. Again thank you for your patience. The City of Troy is currently experiencing a telephone outage. If you need to reach the police department please contact Lincoln County Central Communications at their non-emergency number 636-528-6100. We are working on correcting the issue and will update this post when our service has been restored. Thank you for your patience.

Officer Voland of the Troy Police Department was presented with the CIT Outstanding Service Award at the 8th Annual Great Rivers Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Council's Officer Appreciation Banquet held on October 5th. Officer Voland in addition to his normal role as a patrol officer for the City of Troy, he serves as TPD's CIT Liaison and is on the Great Rivers CIT Council Board. Part of his duties include keeping and maintaining CIT report records, keeping the department updated on changes in polices and laws concerning mental health, and verifying client follow-up with the Crider Center Mental Health Liaison. Currently 20 of the 24 commissioned officers of the Troy Police Department are CIT certified (83%). Chief's Taylor's goal is to be at 100% by the end of 2018. For more information on the Great Rivers CIT Counsel please visit: www.missouricit.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 27th , 2017 CONTACT: Public Information Officer, Det. Tony Stewart MAN CHARGED WITH BURGLARY AND ASSAULT 4TH On 09-25-17 at approximately 2:40 am Troy Officers were dispatched to the 100 Block of Creech Street for a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival officers made contact with the female reporting party and a male individual who stated they had been woken up with her estranged husband identified as Justin Robinson, standing in her living room holding a wooden board and bandana over his face. Robinson made verbal threat toward the male individual, stating he was going to kill him for being with his wife. Robinson then took the male subjects cellular telephone and went into the female’s bedroom. A short time later Robinson walked out of the bedroom and exited the residence. After exiting the residence Robinson caused damage to the female victim’s vehicle by striking the vehicle with the wooden board. Troy Officers searched area for Robinson but were unable to locate him. The female victim stated she had filed for an ex-parte against Robinson and one was issued by the court on 09-20-17, however Robinson had yet to be served. On 09-26-17 detectives with the Troy Police Department and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office were able to locate Robinson at his mother’s residence in St. Louis County. He was taken into custody without incident. On 09-27-17 Robinson was charged through the Lincoln County Prosecuting Office with one (1) count of Burglary 1st and one (1) count of Assault in the 4th Degree. The Honorable Judge Beck set bond at $20,000 cash only. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 14th, 2017 CONTACT: Public Information Officer, Det. Tony Stewart TROY MAN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED STATUTORY SODOMY On 09-01-17 Troy Police responded to the 100 Block of Harris Street for a report of a sexual assault. The father of the victim called 911 stating he had just walked in on his brother-in-law, Stewart Wells (51) with his pants down and his erect penis near his nine (9) year old disabled daughter’s face and his (Wells) hand on her back. During his interview Wells stated he was suffering from a severe case of jock itch and while attending to the girl, he pulled his pants down to scratch and that is when his brother-in-law walked in. On 09-02-17 Wells was charged with Attempted Statutory Sodomy, bond was set at $250,000 cash only. Wells is currently being held in the Lincoln County Jail. This is an ongoing investigation, if you have any information regarding this matter, please contact Det. Stewart of the Troy Police Department at 636-528-4725 or 636-462-7644. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Please come out and join us this Friday evening for Night Court. Night Court is sponsored by the Troy Dream Center and Bright Futures of Lincoln County, it is an opportunity for local youth to interact with Law Enforcement and other First Responders in a positive environment.

We want to thank Emma and Sophia for stopping by today and dropping off the cookies. They were delicious!

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 18th, 2017 CONTACT: Public Information Officer, Det. Tony Stewart TROY MAN CHARGED WITH MULTIPLE COUNTS OF BURGLARY ANOTHER SOUGHT AS PERSON OF INTEREST On 08-08-17 Troy Police responded to the 200 Block of John Street for a report of a residential burglary. The victim stated sometime between 8 am and 5 pm someone had broken into their residence through a rear window. Items taken from the residence included a 50” flat screen television, approximately $500 and a 9mm pistol. Officers were able to locate and photograph of a suspect shoe print. A witness stated they observed a black male running from the direction of the burglary carrying unidentifiable items. The witness identified the subject as Dominic Hughes. On 08-16-17 Troy Police responded to the 100 Block of Creech Street for a delayed report of a burglary. The victim stated sometime between 11 am and 10 pm someone had broken into their residence through the back door. A 55” television was taken from the residence. On 08-17-17 Troy Police were dispatched to an address in the 300 Block of East College in reference to a residential burglary. The victim stated when they returned home from work they observed the rear door to the residence had been forced open. A flat panel television was taken from the residence. There was an identifiable shoe print left on the rear door. During the course of the investigation detectives developed information that lead them to an apartment located in the 200 Block of John Street. Upon making contact with home owner, she gave consent for officers to search her residence. Hughes was located hiding in the basement. Hughes was taken into custody without incident. During an interview with detectives Hughes admitted to committing the three (3) burglaries. Hughes also stated he had been accompanied by another subject identified as Josh Brown. Hughes stated they traded the televisions for heroin and money. On 08-18-17 Hughes was charged with three (3) counts of Burglary 2nd, one (1) count of Theft of a Firearm, and one (1) count of Felony Stealing. The Honorable Judge Alsberry set bond at $30,000 cash only. During an arrest attempt of Brown, he fled officers and is still at large at this time. He should be considered armed and dangerous. If you have any information regarding his whereabouts, please contact the Troy Police Department at 636-528-4725 or Lincoln County Central Communications at 636-528-6100. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 15th, 2017 CONTACT: Public Information Officer, Det. Tony Stewart St. Louis Man charged with multiple counts of Tampering 1st On May 25th, 2017 Troy Police responded to J&D Auto Brokers, located at 719 Old Moscow Mills Rd, for a report of a stolen 2005 Ford F250 Super Duty pickup truck. Surveillance video showed a male subject entering the lot of the dealership and gain entry into the vehicle and leave the lot at approximately 5:30 am. On June 14th, 2017 Troy Police again responded to J&D Auto Brokers, located at 719 Old Moscow Mills Rd, for a report of a stolen 2006 Ford F350 Super Duty stolen off the lot. Surveillance video showed a male subject entering the lot of the dealership and gain entry into the vehicle and leave the lot at approximately 2:56 am. On June 15th, 2017 this vehicle was recovered by St. Louis County PD in Valley Park. The vehicle was stripped of its wheels and tires, seats, center console, and dash console. On July 19th, 2017 Troy Police received a call from St. Louis County Police advising they had recovered the 2005 Ford F250, the vehicle had been involved in two (2) criminal accidents. At the time of recovery, the vehicle was displaying license plates registered to Ryan B. Woods. In the vehicle St. Louis County Police located bank documentation, upon checking with the bank it was determined the documentation belonged to Woods. The bank also provided surveillance video of Woods driving the 2005 Ford F250. (Charges pending in St. Louis County). On August 12th, 2017 the owner of J&D Auto Brokers advised he had located what he believed to be the tires/wheels (and 1.5 inch spacers) from the stolen/recovered white F350, on ‘craigslist’, under the posting name of ‘Jim’. On August 14, 2017, Detectives with the Troy Police Department made contact with the telephone number listed on the Craigslist ad, they were provided an address in the Oakville neighborhood of St. Louis County. This address checks back to belonging to Woods. Upon arrival at Wood’s residence where after checking the DOT numbers on the tires he was selling, in fact match those provided by J&D Auto Brokers. In addition to the wheels/tires and spacers, while looking into the open garage door of this residence from the driveway and in plain sight, detective noticed a tan colored center console and tan leather/carpeted rear seat, matching the interior/seat that had been stripped from the above described F350. On August 15th, 2017 Woods was charged with two (2) counts of Tampering with a Motor Vehicle 1st Degree. The honorable Judge Frawley set bond at $20,000 cash only, with other bond conditions. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Friendly reminder, Troy R3 Schools start tomorrow. Allow yourself more time in the morning, it may take additional travel time due to school traffic.

Officer Parker and K9 Nitro are featured in the calendar.

Our prayers are with the Clinton, Missouri Police Department who lost one of their own in the line of duty last night. Police are actively searching for the suspect identified as: Ian McCarthy age 39 of Clinton, Missouri.

We've received several reports of businesses and residents receiving telephone calls regarding delinquent utility accounts demanding payment or service termination. PLEASE be advised utility companies will not call demanding payment. If you receive a call request the caller to provide your account number. Or call the number on your bill to verify the information.

Don't forget the Car Show is tomorrow. Main Street will. E closed starting at 6 am. All vehicles need to be removed by 5:30 am to allow for venders and participating vehicles.

The Troy Police Department’s ‘Canine’ Unit participated in the annual ‘Critter Camp’ this week, by putting on a demonstration this Friday at the Lincoln County Health Department. With the help from Lt. Detective Roger Mauzy, Troy Police Officer’s Ryan Parker -with ‘Nitro’ and Tyler Holton -with ‘Lobo’, demonstrated how useful (invaluable) these canine units are by conducting several scenarios involving both search and recovery-type operations. After enjoying the demonstrations, the participants of this class showed their appreciation by presenting the Officers with homemade/edible ‘treats’, for both Lobo and Nitro.