Struthers Police Department

  • Agency: Struthers Police Department
  • Address: 6 Elm Street, Struthers, 44471 OH
  • Chief: Robert M Norris (Chief of Police)
Phone: 330-755-9849
Fax: 330-755-0540

Struthers Police Department is located at 6 Elm Street, Struthers, 44471 OH. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert M Norris. The Struthers Police Department phone number is 330-755-9849.

Struthers Police Department News

Shoutout to our drug task force officer, as well as other members of the Mahoning Valley Drug Task Force for excellent work!

Officers Tyler George and Jon Tracy reading to our elementary school classes.

The Struthers Police Department would like to welcome their newest full time officer, Officer Tommy Schneeman to the force. Special thanks to Mayor Terry Stocker, Councilman Dallas Bigley, Councilman Joseph Rudzik, Councilman Ron Carcelli, Honorable Judge Dominic Leone, Chief Tim Roddy, Captain DJ Aldish, Ptl. Mike Trolio, Ptl. Jim Ritter, Ptl. Jeremy Cramer, Ptl. Tyler George and Detective Thomas Barnes (Cleveland PD) for attending the ceremony.

The Struthers Police Department would like to congratulate Officer Tyler George on his full time appointment. Special thanks to Ptl Jeremy Cramer, Ptl Jim Ritter, Ptl Mike Trolio, Ptl Tommy Schneeman, Captain DJ Aldish and Councilman Dallas Bigley for attending his swearing in! Also present leading the operation Mayor Terry Stocker.

Center Street School

The Struthers Police Department is asking for help in identifying these three individuals. All information is kept confidential . Message us for call 330-755-9849!

Investigators raid Struthers meth house with 2 kids inside (Via WKBN 27 First News)

Attempting to identify this individual involved in a theft related offense. Anyone with info, please message this site or call Struthers Police 330-755-9849

REWARD offered for information related to the theft of the NEBO sign stolen from Wetmore. Anyone with information please call 330-755-9849 or just message this page, all info is kept strictly confidential

Patrolman Michael Thomas Hartzell | Youngstown Police Department, End of Watch: Tuesday, April 29, 2003 Patrolman Hartzell was shot and killed in an unprovoked attack in the downtown section of Youngstown, near Powers Auditorium, at 0220 hours. Patrolman Hartzell was returning to headquarters when he observed a suspicious vehicle in front of him at a red light. Patrolman Hartzell did not initiate a traffic stop but began to run the car's plate information. As he did so, the driver exited the car and opened fire on Patrolman Hartzell. Patrolman Hartzell was transported to St. Elizabeth's Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds. The suspect fled the scene after the shooting. He was arrested in Pinellas County, Florida, two days later by members of the Pinellas County Sheriff's Department, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and the FBI. The suspect was found guilty of capital murder in November 2003, and sentenced to death. On May 7, 2005, the suspect committed suicide in his cell at the Mansfield Correctional Institution. Patrolman Hartzell had served with the Youngstown Police Department for 3 years. He is survived by his fiancée, parents, and a brother. Bio & Incident Details Age: 26 Tour: 3 years Badge # 1085 Cause: Gunfire Weapon: Gun; Unknown type Offender: Committed suicide

Today we mourn the passing of a friend and a brother. Girard Patrolman Justin Leo’s watch ended on 10/21/2017. He served the Girard Police Department with dignity for five years. He will be sorely missed by all those whom had the honor of working with him. On Saturday, October 21st at approximately 10:00 PM, officers from the Girard Police Department were dispatched to 408 Indiana Avenue. This was in reference to a domestic situation involving a firearm. Upon arrival, officers approached the residence. There was a brief conversation between the officers and a male inside. Initial reports indicate the male pulled a gun and shot a Girard police officer. The second officer returned fire and the male at the home was hit and pronounced dead at the scene. Patrolman Justin Leo, 31 years of age and a 5 year veteran of the Girard Police Department, was transported to St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Youngstown. Officer Leo succumbed to his injuries and died just before midnight. We would like to thank everyone who has expressed their condolences and offered their support during this difficult time. Anyone with information please contact Crimestoppers 330-746-CLUE Struthers October 31st, 5-7

Struthers students play essential role in football radio broadcasts (Via WKBN 27 First News)

Struthers vs. Jefferson, great pictures Great pictures of several games: