For all those LIVE PD viewers - we’re not so sure 😏
London Police Department is located at 6 East 2nd Street, London, 43140 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael E Creamer. The London Police Department phone number is 740.852.1414.
For all those LIVE PD viewers - we’re not so sure 😏
Today, the London Police Department (Ygor), along with the Madison County Major Crimes Unit and Madison EMD, had the privilege of speaking with some of our local church leaders to discuss substance abuse and how it affects families within our community. One of the main discussion points included providing assistance to adults and youth who may have been affected by someone in their family facing addiction. The panel also addressed recognizing trends, signs and symptoms of what to look for in a family member or friend who may be using substances. As always, tips can remain anonymous by using LPDs MyPD app or the Sheriff’s website.
INFO ref driver license changes coming from Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles: In an effort to ensure greater security and identification protection for customers, and to comply with federal regulations, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is introducing a single, central point of production for state driver licenses and identification cards, effective July 2, 2018. Licenses and identification cards will no longer be produced while you wait at each of the more than 180 Deputy Registrar offices statewide. While customers will still go to a Deputy Registrar for license and card renewals or other transactions, they will receive their driver licenses and identification cards by mail rather than over the counter. Only a temporary proof of transaction will be issued at a Deputy Registrar location. See the BMV website for details at this link:http://www.bmv.ohio.gov/NEWDL-ID/index.aspx
A search warrant was obtained for 151 S. Oak St., London, by the Madison County Major Crimes Task Force and was executed around 8:45am Friday, February 23rd by members of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team, Madison County Sheriff’s Office and London Police. The warrant was obtained as a result of an ongoing investigation into trafficking at the residence. Small amounts of suspected methamphetamine and cocaine, as well as cash and paraphernalia were found in the residence. Several people were located in the residence, identified and released. Others arrested from the residence included: Emily Patton (Lamb), 35, charged with one F-5 Possession of Drugs. Andrew J. Shaw, 40, was charged with a misdemeanor count of Obstructing Official Business and jailed as he became combative with SWAT deputies during the raid. Brennan Bell, 30, was jailed as he was out on bond from a previous charge in Madison County and his bond was revoked by the court. The investigation remains ongoing by the task force. Community members are always encouraged to report suspicious activity. Tipsters can remain anonymous through the Sheriff’s website and LPD’s MyPD app.
The following statement is from the London School District regarding rampant social media posts and calls to our office this evening. District Safety Statement Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 Earlier Thursday evening several students and parents from London Middle School reported to the London Police Department an alleged conversation overhead at the school, which included a threat of violence at LMS. Upon receiving the report, the police department with the assistance of the school administration investigated the situation and determined that the situation did not constitute a credible threat to our school. Both the district and the department are aware of the anxiousness and speculation circulating on social media. Both the London City Schools and the London Police Department will continue to implement additional safety measures at our schools to ensure a productive school day on Friday.
Contrary to popular belief this is not in the Field Training Officer’s Manual!!
Today’s Public Service Announcement: Take care to properly park your vehicle to prevent it from being dinged by others. Especially important when parking near a railroad!! No one was harmed during the development of this PSA.
One big family of support. Amazing to see the community support for the Westerville “True Heroes”. Hopefully we do not experience this again.
Gavin Haynes, 38, was involved in a family dispute in London where he eventually stole his father's vehicle. A few minutes later an officer engaged with him in a short pursuit out of London on SR 42 towards US 40. The pursuit was terminated due to the traffic conditions and the reckless driving of Haynes. He was later involved in crashes on IS 70 near Springfield. He was subsequently apprehended and faces multiple charges in Clark County and also here in Madison County.
Chief had a good time reading with these very cool preschoolers at Fairhaven School on Thursday!
An inside joke has been referring to the chief as the "count" because of all the reporting and stats gathered. We feel it is important for an organization to track where we have been and where we are, so we can better achieve our efficiency and effectiveness goals. This link is to a product of those stats and reports - our 2017 Year End Summary: http://ci.london.oh.us/files/2017_Year_End_Report.pdf Thank you for your continued support of our agency and community!!
Madison County is currently under a Level 1 Snow Emergency and London City Schools are closed. Please drive safe on your morning commute to work.
Billy Lee Seagraves, 30, Springfield, plead guilty today in Madison County Common Pleas Court to Attempted Murder, Kidnapping, and Aggravated Robbery w/ firearm specifications and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Seagraves had been charged with the crimes after shooting a resident in a botched robbery at 25 W 5th St on October 3, 2017. LPD would like to recognize Det. Perkins and Det. Cooper, along with S/A Brian White of BCI&I; Detectives Heflin & Sparks with Madison County SO and also Madison County Prosecuting Attorney Steve Pronai and Assistant Prosecutor Nick Adkins for their dedicated work in this successful prosecution.
Fatal Crash: Monday at appx 5:34pm, LPD, Madison EMS, and LFD personnel responded to an injury crash on E High St near Sharp Ave where a 99 Honda Accord, driven westbound by Scott Boyd, 47, Quincy, KY drove left of center striking an eastbound 08 Ford Edge driven by Donald Chandler, 44, Columbus. Chandler had minor injuries, while Boyd was pronounced deceased at the scene. The crash remains under investigation with the Madison County Coroner's Office.
UPDATE Sunday 1-28-18 at 12:10pm. Tevin Jackson, wanted for murder, turned himself in to Springfield PD and is in custody. He will be held at Tri-County jail pending arraignment in Madison County Municipal Court.
UPDATE Sunday 1-28-18 at 12:10pm. Tevin Jackson turned himself in to Springfield PD and is in custody. He will be held at Tri-County jail pending arraignment in Madison County Municipal Court. WANTED FOR MURDER: An arrest warrant has been issued through Madison County Municipal Court for Tevin Howard Jackson, 24, at-large, formerly of London, for one count of murder. The warrant was filed today, January 26th, as a result of an investigation into the shooting incident on Lamplight Court on Monday the 22nd. Jackson is charged with the death of William N. Benson, 28, of London. Investigators were able to utilize witness information along with various video sources and forensic evidence in determining Jackson’s role in the shooting. Jackson and another suspect, Justin Coffey, 24, who was killed as a result of the crime, had attempted to rob the residents of marijuana and cash. The investigation is ongoing with the participation of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Madison County Sheriff’s Office and the Madison County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. The vehicle sought has been recovered. Anonymous tips can be sent using a free app, MyPD - London Ohio Police. http://ci.london.oh.us/police/news-releases http://ci.london.oh.us/files/WANTED_flyer_-_Tevin_Jackson_updated_1-27.pdf
UPDATED 0730hrs 1-23-2018 Preliminary investigation leads police to believe this was a home invasion by two males while the two other males were residents. Once inside the residence gunfire was exchanged and continued outside the residence, leaving one resident killed at the scene and one assailant who died after being transported to a hospital. The other assailant fled the scene, while the other resident was transported by a neighbor to Madison Health. We are continuing to investigate the incident and are not able to name the second suspect at this time. The resident that was injured and is in stable condition at OSU is: Zachary A. Edmond, 28 yoa, 10C Lamplight Court, London. The resident that was killed is: William M. Benson, 28yoa, also residing at 10C Lamplight Ct. The suspect that was killed is: Justin G. Coffey, 24yoa, last reported address of 145 Liberty St, London. LPD Investigating a shooting on Lamplight Ct resulting in two deaths and 2 others injured. Initial news release can be found at this link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4i8401uaxjmju14/lamplight%20update%200730hrs.pdf?dl=0 or on our website at http://ci.london.oh.us/police/news-releases
Okay, we get it. You’ve decided to seek a career in law enforcement but think you would only want to work for a larger or suburban agency that pays a little better. Have you considered challenging yourself to work in a smaller community where you can make an impact; where you’re going to be known for your work? If you desire a real challenge in policing and to have the similar support that's found in other progressive agencies, apply with our city before January 26th. Check our website for application details: ci.london.oh.us/police
Just a reminder that once there is 2 inches or more of snowfall that vehicles are NOT permitted to park on City streets designated as a “Snow Emergency Route”. We ask for your assistance with this, as it allows our street department to keep these primary roads open during a “Snow Emergency”. Please begin making plans to secure an “off-street” area to park your vehicles that are typically parked on these routes. The “Snow Emergency Routes” are as follows: (1) Main from Garfield to Lincoln; (2) High from corporation limit to corporation limit; (3) Center from Midway to east corporation limit; (4) Elm from High to High School; (5) Lafayette from Elm to corporation limit; (6) Walnut from High to Center; (7) First from Main to Walnut; (8) Lincoln from Center to Main. Violators face the possibility of receiving a fine and/or having their vehicle towed at their expense. Please use caution if you are out driving in this weather. Give yourself time to slow down before stopping at intersections and don’t follow other cars too closely. Drive safe everyone!!!
Care Flight was called to assist Madison County EMS units with the transport of a seriously injured elderly gentleman from the School Street area this morning. London Fire assisted with the landing zone.
Even the long eared rookies have to go through periodic reviews with the boss. #beingofvalue #SIFE
Maybe you would like to try a new hat in the new year?? - It's not too late as we are still accepting applications for police officer. The written exam must be completed through the National Testing Network by January 26th, 2018 and an application submitted to the City of London by the same date. Links to the complete job posting, including detailed instructions, the testing site information and the city application follow. If you feel you possess the character traits to serve in a small progressive agency, please apply. We currently have one vacancy and may fill other positions over the next year. City of London Application: https://www.dropbox.com/…/City%20of%20London%20Application%… National Testing Network: https://www.nationaltestingnetwork.com/publicsa…/qualify.cfm London Civil Service Police Officer Job Posting: http://ci.london.oh.us/police/news-releases
Please join us in welcoming Ryan Davis to LPD as he was sworn in today as our newest officer by Mayor Closser.