Bucyrus Police Department

  • Agency: Bucyrus Police Department
  • Address: 500 South Sandusky Avenue, Bucyrus, 44820 OH
  • Chief: Kenneth Teets (Chief of Police)
Phone: 419-562-1006
Fax: 419-562-5341

Bucyrus Police Department is located at 500 South Sandusky Avenue, Bucyrus, 44820 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth Teets. The Bucyrus Police Department phone number is 419-562-1006.

Bucyrus Police Department News

On behalf of The Bucyrus Police Department, and our local volunteers, with Operation Hope, thank you Judge Leuthold for recognizing and highlighting the damage done to our community. There are too many volunteers and groups to list here that are working to save lives that appreciate the strong stand Crawford County has taken to reduce the trend of fatal overdoses. Chief Koepke https://tinyurl.com/FentanylSentencing030818

Sharing Sheriff Bailey's and Sheriff Everhart's message here in Bucyrus. Our thoughts and prayers are with Clinton, Missouri.

We are grateful for another random act of kindness today. Thank you Positive Seekers for thinking of the safety forces and surprising us with this beautiful wreath "In Honor of All Safety Forces." Thank you for all you do to support Bucyrus. Rosco was very pleased.

Some good news today. A young lady just left the station with tears of joy thanks to a random act of kindness. A friend to all found the young lady's wallet and turned it in as it was found so nothing was lost or stolen. Thank you to the 'Good Bucyrian' that made her day. Here is a picture of some lost and found items among many that are turned in. Have a great evening. Chief Koepke

Sunny weather hinting that soccer resumes at Harmon park very soon. If you were on a team in the fall you are registered. If you want to join this spring go to the Bucyrussoccer.com link to register. We will be at the elementary school Monday and Friday 5-7 for footskills all players welcome. Coaches and experienced players please join in and bring a ball if you can.

In the dictionary next to nice, respected, mentor, coach, ambassador, honorable, generous and friend. We will miss you Sam. Sam shared his expertise and love of tennis coaching hundreds or more across many generations. Sam would say "we need kids on the court, not in court." It's respect that he taught and lived. Respect your opponent, respect the game and do your best with good manners. Sam personified respect and was exceptionally generous. The way one does some things is the way one does most things. Thanks Sam. Chief Koepke.

http://www.weather.gov/ A FLOOD WATCH has been issued for Crawford County. Conditions are favorable for very heavy rain that could cause flooding or flash flooding. Don't drown. Turn around. Be alert for high water across roadways.

A FLOOD WATCH has been issued for Crawford County. Conditions are favorable for very heavy rain that could cause flooding or flash flooding.

The best and brightest being recognized for academic excellence. Bucyrus City Schools academic quiz team, spelling bee champs, and art contest winner. School Resource Officer Jo Stahl and I appreciated the opportunity to attend The Bucyrus School Board meeting and it was a productive meeting as we continue our partnership with school administrators to maintain a safe environment for our kids to learn and grow. Have a good weekend. Chief Koepke.

The Street Department is conducting smoke tests today in the sewers in the southeast part of the city (Whetstone, Hopley, John, Jefferson, Jackson and Washington Sts.).

New IRS scam.

Happy Presidents Day...The Court is closed today, banks also, as are most government offices. Bucyrus City Hall is open. In case you need a laugh today here is the Three Stooges in Court. https://www.threestooges.com/1936/05/30/disorder-in-the-court/ Click on the picture or link to view 'Disorder in the Court'

‪300 block of River St. 0811 Wire down. AEP on scene to restore power hopefully very soon. ‬Power is out in northern part of Bucyrus.

0811 a wire burned in 300 block of River St. AEP is working on it to restore power to northern part of Bucyrus. 0857 Hospital advised expecting power restored within an hour.

Please be advised, there is a power outage in the northwest area of the city due to a transformer fire. AEP is on scene.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families, co-workers, and community of Westerville as they lay these brave men to rest. We have officers attending the services today to show them our love and support.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Suspect in custody following threats to Bucyrus Schools Feb. 12 Bucyrus, OH (Feb. 12, 2018) - The Bucyrus City School District, in conjunction with the Bucyrus Police Department, are happy to announce that a juvenile was taken into custody after threats were made against the district on social media. This juvenile is awaiting a hearing on Tuesday, Feb. 13, and the investigation is ongoing. "We are unable to release the identity of the individual in custody because the suspect is a minor," said Chief David Koepke, Bucyrus Police Department. "We intend to pursue this case and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law." "This is a major step forward in this case," said Kevin Kimmel, Bucyrus Superintendent. "We will work collaboratively with all law enforcement agencies to ensure those individuals involved are prosecuted to fullest legal extent and school district rules and regulations." Anyone with additional information about this case are asked to contact the Bucyrus Police Department at 419-562-1006 or anonymously at 419-834-2023.

The Bucyrus City Schools are on lockdown at this time. There have been vague threats made and it is under investigation at this time. No child is in danger and we have police officers in and around the buildings and they will remain there until the investigation is complete. It is our understanding that children will not be released until their normal release times. Again, no child is in danger. Thank you.

Information from Westerville on ways to help.

Praying for #Westerville

Words cannot express our sorrow and grief for the Officers and families and community of Westerville. The City of Westerville is asking for your prayers for their two fallen officers and their families.