Troy Police Department

  • Agency: Troy Police Department
  • Address: 800 Cap Au Gris St, Troy , 63379 MO
  • Chief:
Phone: 636-528-4725
Fax: 636-528-5390
Email:

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

For today’s Monday with Murphy, Murphy went to say hello at some of our local businesses. Thanks for Auto Lube Plus, Greg’s Automotive, Fastlane (Hwy 47) and Great Clips for allowing us to bring Murphy by.

April 8-14, is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, which honors the men and women who serve as 911 calltakers, emergency dispatchers, radio and phone technicians, and other communications staff. These public safety professionals dedicate their lives to helping other people when they need it most. We referring to them as the most important people you'll never see. Lincoln County Central Communications serves as the only 911 call center in Lincoln County, serving sixteen (16) different agencies They answered over 60,300 calls in 2017, of those 16,857 were for the Troy Police Department. The Troy Police Department greatly appreciates the job these men and women do every day.

For National Autism Awareness Month, Officer Parker, Nitro and Murphy visited Mrs. Shramek's class at Boone Elementary.

For this edition of Mondays with Murphy, Murphy spent some time with some of our other first responders. Looks like everyone enjoyed meeting him this morning.

Kyle stopped by to drop off some Easter treats. Thanks Kyle!

There is now a multi-vehicle accident northbound US 61 South of N. Point Prairie Rd. 4:15 pm. Northbound 61 is backing up due to downed power lines.

For this edition of Mondays with Murphy, KMOV invited us down to their studios for a live interview. Nitro and Murphy were quite the sensation in the news room. We want to thank KMOV for inviting us down this morning to talk about our K9 program.

For the next edition of Mondays with Murphy tune into (DVR) KMOV News 4 This Morning starting at 5 am on Monday 03-26-18.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Clinton MO Police Department this morning. One officer has been shot and killed and two others wounded.

Today is our first ever Mondays with Murphy! A couple of Mondays a month we will be posting photos and video of Murphy (and Nitro) to show his growth and training accomplishments. Stay tuned for the next addition of Mondays with Murphy.

Let’s all wish Chief Taylor a happy birthday! Leave it to the new guy to kiss up....

Meet the newest member of our Department, K9 Murphy. Murphy is Nitro’s puppy (we told you he was a ladies man) he is 2 months old and will hopefully join his dad as an active member of the department.

Nitro assisted Officer Parker with picking out a Valentine’s Day Card. Nitro is somewhat of a ladies man....

Please limit travel as road conditions are deteriorating. City crews are out treating the roadways.

Officer Parker and K9 Nitro visited Community Opportunities. Officer Parker spoke with them about Nitro and the role he has here at the Troy Police Department. As you can see everyone (especially Nitro) enjoyed today's visit.

Their donation will assist in bringing the Care Trak System to Lincoln County. We should have an update on the system in the very near future, so please stay tuned!

We received these wonderful gifts from Sacred Heart's Preschool this morning. Thank you all so much for the treats and banner!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 22nd, 2018 CONTACT: Public Information Officer, Det. Tony Stewart ASSISTANCE GREATLY APPRECITATED On Sunday January 21st, 2018 the Troy Police Department received a report of a runaway juvenile. After several hours of searching the juvenile was located safely and was returned home. The Troy Police Department would like to extend our thanks to the following agencies and individuals for their assistance in yesterday’s search: Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Lincoln County Central Communications Lincoln County Fire Protection District #1 Old Monroe Fire Protection District Winfield Fire Protection District AirEvac 23 St. Charles County Cyber Crimes Task Force Metro Air US Marshall’s Service Franklin County Drug Task Force The National Center for Missing Exploited Children (NCMEC) Principal Holly Hite (Lincoln Elementary) Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency Each of these agencies sent personnel and equipment to assist in the search and recovery of juvenile. In incidents like these multi-agency cooperation is vital to overall outcome of the situation. We would also like to express our gratitude to the thousands of individuals who liked and shared the multiple Facebook posts.

Updated: 1/21/18 4:55 pm The juvenile has been located and returned home. We appreciate everyone’s assistance. The Troy PoliceDepartment is currently looking for 10 year old Madalyn Lily Stokes. Madalyn was last seen at her residence in the 1100 block of Sleepy Hollow at 10:30 am. She was last seen wearing blue jeans and a blue and green flannel shirt. White and blue backpack with tan straps. Madalyn is described as being 4ft 10in. 60 pounds blue eyes blonde hair long blonde hair. If you have any information please contact Lincoln County Central Communications at 636-528-6100.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 17th, 2018 CONTACT: Public Information Officer, Det. Tony Stewart FORMER TROY OFFICER SENTENCED TO 5 YEARS IN PRISON On Tuesday January 16th, 2018 former Troy Police Officer Marc R. Dody was sentenced to five (5) years in the Missouri Department of Corrections by the Honorable Judge Thomas Frawley. On June 28th, 2016 the Troy Police Department received information regarding inappropriate conduct of one of our officers. Once the allegations were substantiated the investigation was turned over to the Missouri State Highway Patrol to eliminate any appearance of bias. This department fully cooperated with the Highway Patrol and provided them with any and all information they requested during their investigation. Any information regarding the investigation should be directed to The Missouri State Highway Patrol. Formal charges were issued on October 20th, 2016 in Lincoln County. Dody was subsequently charged in St. Charles and St. Louis Counties on similar charges. Dody plead open to the charge of Statutory Rape 2nd Degree on November 20th 2017. On January 16th, 2018 he was formally sentenced to five (5) years in the Missouri Department of Corrections and upon release will be mandated to register as a sexual offender for life. Even though Dody’s Defense counsel plead for leniency and a probation sentence, Prosecuting Attorney, Leah Wommack Chaney demanded a prison sentence for Dody and argued that police officers and those that take an oath and wear a badge should be held to a higher standard. Chaney said she was pleased with the sentence Judge Frawley handed down and that the actions of Marc Dody do not in any way represent the character of the police officers, deputies, detectives and patrolman that she works with every day. Dody still has pending court hearings in St. Louis and St. Charles Counties.

Today we remember the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His legacy will never die.

Advisory: Troy Municipal Court is cancelled for this evening Thursday, January 11, 2018 and rescheduled/carried over to Thursday, February 8, 2018