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Hilliard Police Department is located at 5171 Northwest Pkwy, Hilliard, 43026 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Doug Francis. The Hilliard Police Department phone number is 614-876-7321.
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Today members from Cypress Church stopped by to donate some items as part of their new program, The Gratitude Project. The church donated several toys that will be placed in an area where children (who are with parents on police business, such as making a police report) can be entertained. They also dropped off cookies, popcorn and some vouchers for movie rentals. Thank you to the entire congregation for choosing as your recipient!
Congratulations Chief Kienzle!
DRUG DEALERS BUSTED — It won’t be a good 4/20 for two Hilliard-area drug dealers. Today, Hilliard Division of Police executed a search warrant at 950 Westhaven Street. A large amount of drugs were seized, including black tar heroin, cocaine, prescription pills and marijuana. Weapons, needles, packaging consistent with mass drug distribution and tens of thousands of dollars were also taken from the home. Due to the large amount of drugs seized, two individuals who live at the residence have been charged with first-degree felony drug trafficking. Other charges are pending. Leon Brihm Jr., 27, and Shanee Hampton, 25, were taken to Franklin County Jail. #SorryNotSorry for ruining your 4/20. #NoDrugsInOurCommunity
DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS MAN? — The guy wearing the grey sweatsuit at the top of the screen used a stolen credit card at the Victoria's Secret at Tuttle Crossing Mall on March 12, 2018. We're asking for the public's help identifying him. The man was with a female, long dreads with a blonde streak. Anyone with information is asked to contact Officer Winter at email@example.com or 614-334-2315.
Today Lt. Lightfoot spoke with 7th graders at Weaver Middle School about how our police officers use reading and writing skills on a daily basis — such as writing police reports, reading laws and researching case law. Yes, those skills are important for every career, including one in law enforcement! Thank you Mrs. Santagata for having us out today.
It’s always a pleasure to work with Destination Hilliard to ensure community events are fun and safe. Thank you! #TourismPartner
Thanks ThisWeek for stopping out last Saturday. We had a blast with Caden, as well as the other kids who joined us for our #AutismAwareness Open House.
DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS MAN? At about 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 14 a doorbell camera captured this man stealing a package off a porch of a residence on Shadewater Drive. The same man also stole an additional package off another porch on the same road, and then another package off a porch on nearby Ivy Crest Court. If you have information, please contact Officer Spears at 614-334-2482 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Officers Metz and Spears are representing HPD at the Columbus State Community College Justice and Safety Career Fair today. It’s on the fourth floor of the conference center from 10am to 1pm. Stop out to learn how you can #WearTheHPDBadge.
It's been big month for Officer Vanessa Spears, pictured with Chief Robert Fisher. This weekend she was named the Hilliard Optimist Club's Officer of the Year. She also recently received the Hilliard Mayor's Award. Congratulations to this fine public servant! #CommunityPolicing Spears, who joined the agency in 2014, is known for her incredibly positive and contagious attitude. She has served as a member of the Honor Guard, Bike Patrol and Traffic Crash Investigation Team, and was recently named a Field Training Officer. In one incident this past year, she went above and beyond the call of duty by arranging and paying for several nights of a hotel for a homeless family.
Thank you to everyone who attended our 3rd Annual Autism Awareness Open House today. It was a pleasure to host several other agencies as we welcomed the community into our building. It’s always fun interacting with the kids! #AutismAwareness 👮🏻♂️🚔
Do you have some extra ball gloves? Our agency is collecting used and new gloves on behalf of FOP Capital City Lodge #9 which is donating them to Buddy Ball, a Franklin County organization that makes baseball accessible to children with special needs and all abilities. Drop them off at the station into the box in the lobby. ⚾
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS TRUCK? — We’re asking for the public’s help with information regarding a stolen landscaping trailer. On March 30, a trailer that is used to haul an 8-foot golf ball (yes, you read that correctly!) was stolen from a business on Reynolds Drive. The owner has security video footage of a of a blue and silver two-tone Dodge Ram pulling away with the trailer at about 6 p.m. that evening. The truck has noticeable damage to the passenger side, with a spare tire in the back of the bed. The thief took the trailer, but left the golf ball, so don’t be looking for the ball! If you have information on this crime, please contact Officer Haggard at 614-334-2543 or email@example.com.
Please, lock your doors before we ruin any more memes. #CopHumor #KindaLikeDadJokes
Did you know it's National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week? Our dispatchers are at the core of our daily operations. They are the folks who take every call and get us to where we need to be -- the calm voice in the dark of every emergency who holds us all together. Thank you to the fine men and women at NRECC who make our jobs easier every day. 👏🏻 Shout out to the Hilliard Citizens Police Academy Alumni for sending over an edible arrangement.
Several officers were recognized during our recent awards banquet. Congratulations to these fine men and women who make Hilliard a great place to live and work!
Our partners at Norwich Township FD are looking to hire firefighters/paramedics, for those who are interested in serving our community. It's the second best job in the world. ;)
HELP US LIGHT HILLIARD BLUE! — Have you heard of Light Central Ohio Blue Week? It is a campaign to show support to the law enforcement personnel who protect our communities in Central Ohio, and we're proud to participate. Will you join us by placing a blue light at your home or business May 9-16? Here's a video from last year. #LCOB
It’s a fun night for our #CitizensPoliceAcademy students. Half the class is processing a crime scene while the other half is shooting in the range. Firearms week is always memorable! #SafetyFirst #CPA
Today, the Hilliard Division of Police executed a search warrant at 2676 Westwind Court, Hilliard, OH. Detectives seized, methamphetamine, marijuana, and numerous pills, along with other drug paraphernalia. Alex M. Davidson, age 27, was arrested for Felony Possession of Narcotics. This was the result of fantastic community collaboration. We couldn’t do it without you!
Do you recognize this person? The person pictured in this post broke into a car at the Bo Jackson Sports Complex around 3:00 pm, March 24, 2018, stole a purse, and then used a stolen credit card at the Wal-Mart in the Westpointe Plaza to purchase an Apple Watch. Let's help him get the "time" he deserves! Please contact Ofc. Reed at 614-334-2442 and reference HPD case 18-000689.
CANCEL ENDANGERED MISSING ADULT HILLIARD, OH - CANCEL Missing Adult Alert for Sharen Ault. She is now safe with family.
CANCEL - ENDANGERED MISSING ADULT She has been located and is safe. HILLIARD, OH - The Hilliard Division is Police has issued an Endangered Missing Adult Alert for Sharen Ault, a 73 year-old-woman who was last seen approximately 5:15 p.m. today, March 24, 2018 in Hilliard heading northbound on I-270. Ault has dementia and is disoriented. She may to be trying to get to Wintersville, OH. Ault was driving a gold color 2006 Honda Accord with Ohio license plates BY31KJ. She is described as a white female standing at 5’4” weighing 130 pounds with grey hair and brown eyes. If you see Sharen Ault or the vehicle, call 911 or 1-614-876-2429.