Sheffield Village Police Department

  • Agency: Sheffield Village Police Department
  • Address: 4340 Colorado Ave, Sheffield, 44054 OH
  • Chief: Michael Gurich (Chief of Police)
Phone: 440-949-6155
Fax: (440)949-2534
Email:

Sheffield Village Police Department is located at 4340 Colorado Ave, Sheffield, 44054 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael Gurich. The Sheffield Village Police Department phone number is 440-949-6155.

Sheffield Village Police Department News

The Sheffield Village Mayor's office and Sheffield Village Police Department would like to welcome it's newest officer Alexis Arend!

Cub Scout Pack 303 out of Sheffield Lake stopped by today to drop off donations they collected for Thank a Cop Day. We would like to thank them and the community!

UPDATE: Abbe Rd is being opened back up right now...thank you all for your patience.

We have a 5 car crash on Abbe Rd by Gordon Foods. Abbe Rd is down to one lane at this time. Police and Fire are on scene and we will provide an update as soon as we can.

A $300.00 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for the graffiti vandalism at the Sheffield Sheffield Lake Youth Baseball Association Volunteer Field located on Oster Rd in Sheffield Village.The vandalism occurred sometime in August. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact the Sheffield Village Police Department at (440) 949-6155

While out at lunch on August 1st, officers with the Sheffield Village Police Department were presented with an impromptu gift. It's nice to see the support our community has for us as we strive to do the best we can for all of you!

On July 27th at 7:11pm the Sheffield Village Police Department was dispatched to a shooting at the Marathon Gas Station at the corner of Colorado Avenue and Lakebreeze Road. As seen in the pictures, the suspect vehicle is a Gray Pontiac G6 with black rims. Detectives were able to positively identify the owner of the vehicle as Lavelle Neely, however the passenger who fired the shots, remains unidentified. The shooter is described as a Hispanic male with a beard (as seen in a red circle in the picture). Thankfully no one was hit by the gunfire. Warrants have been issued for Lavelle Neely. The Sheffield Village Police Department is asking your help in identifying the unknown shooter. If you have any information in reference to Neely's whereabouts, or the shooters identity please call Detective Bober at (440)949-6155 immediately. Thank you for your help in making our communities a safer place to live!

Come see us at the Ohio Business College for the "Safe Summer Kickoff" event. Plenty of local agencies with lots of giveaways and information!

The Sheffield Village Police Department is honored to recognize Ptlw. Rigdon and her acceptance of the Life Saving Award, presented by Chief Bliss. On December 12th 2016 Ptlw. Rigdon, as well as other Sheffield Village Emergency Services, were dispatched to an explosion that occurred at a business on Oster Road in Sheffield Village. Upon arrival Ptlw. Rigdon was taken to a male victim with a life threatening wound to his leg that was bleeding very rapidly. Utilizing her training, Ptlw. Rigdon applied a life saving tourniquet which stopped the bleeding, ultimately said to have saved the male victims life. The Sheffield Village Fire Department arrived on scene and quickly transported the male to the Hospital where he received treatment. The Sheffield Village Police Department is dedicated to providing officers with the best training, equipment, and tools to do their job effectively and professionally. We are honored to serve our community each and every day, as shown by Ptlw. Rigdons' swift actions in an intense, high stress situation.

http://www.morningjournal.com/general-news/20170206/police-fleeing-motorist-in-sheffield-village-charged-with-kidnapping

The Sheffield Village Police Department is honored to be a part of the 2017 Loco Blue chili cookoff. The Lorain County Blue Foundation is a local organization that helps families of fallen officers. I've attached the link to their website and encourage you to take a look! Thank you for the support and wish us luck!!! http://loraincountyblue.org/Contact

***Update*** suspect is in custody We are saddened to hear of the death of a Cleveland Police Officer that occurred early this morning. Cleveland Police are looking for a white 4 door Toyota Camry with a possible partial license plate that reads GTD. The Camry should have heavy front end damage and a cracked windshield. If you see this vehicle please dial 911 immediately. https://www.google.com/amp/www.wkyc.com/amp/traffic/alert-crash-closes-portion-of-i-90-west/392014001?client=ms-android-google

The Sheffield Village Police Department has issued warrants for Devonte Randleman in the murder of Stephen Dukes that occurred last August. Randleman is currently in custody and awaiting trial. http://www.chroniclet.com/cops-and-courts/2017/01/19/Man-charged-in-Sheffield-Village-homicide.html

The attached photos are suspects in an attempted theft at “At Home” in Sheffield Village. The females loaded two carts with items and left the store and attempted to load them into a car. When confronted by a store employee, the two females left the items in the parking lot and fled the parking lot in a silver Mazda SUV. If anyone can identify the two females please contact Detective Bober at 440-949-6155. All calls may remain anonymous.

The Sheffed Village Police Department is investigating a motor vehicle theft that occurred last night (11-26-16). The vehicle is a black 2014 Honda CR-V with license plate FNM4464. If you see this vehicle we ask that you call 911.

We received this via private message and are honored to be able to serve both our citizens, as well as everyone passing through. "I want to do big shout out to the police officers of Sheffield Village that responded and helped us with our flat tire on our camper. We were so blessed that it wasn't worse. Officer Mike Hendrickson took the girls into the gas station and let them pick anything they wanted, he was so sweet and kind. It's so nice to meet people that just care for one another I also want to say thank you Sergeant Sayers who went out of his way to get tools from his own house to help us! These guys could of easily told us to call roadside assistance, but they stayed with us the whole time. Very blessed that our paths crossed"