Hominy Police Department

  • Agency: Hominy Police Department
  • Address: 201 N Regan Ave, Hominy, 74035 OK
  • Chief: Charlie Arnold (Chief of Police)
Phone: 918-885-4545
Fax: 918-885-2116
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Hominy Police Department is located at 201 N Regan Ave, Hominy, 74035 OK. The Chief of Police of the department is Charlie Arnold. The Hominy Police Department phone number is 918-885-4545.

Hominy Police Department News

Thank you Coach Christian for your kindness and the time you spent to show your appreciation. Also, congratulations on a very successful season on your first year as head coach.

We would like to show our appreciation to Deputy Young and his K9 'Roy' of The Osage County Sheriff's Office, for coming up to the high school and middle school today and performing open air sniffs on the lockers and vehicles in the parking lot. They also visited the elementary and said hello to each class.

Animal control officer, Josh Toon saved the day at the elementary school. The kids sure appreciated him helping the kitty. Keep up the good work!

This Christmas season the police department will be teaming up with The 1st Bank in Hominy and Wal-Mart in Cleveland for a "Shop with a cop" event. The officers will take children from our community to Wal-Mart and let them pick out some toys for Christmas. In order to raise money for this event, the officers will participate in "NoShavember". Department policy states that officers are not allowed to grow a beard. Officers who choose to participate in NoShavember will be fined $100 each. The 1st Bank in Hominy has agreed to pay these fines for each officer that goes the month without shaving. In return, the money from the fines will be donated to fund the "Shop with a cop" event in December. If you would like to donate for the event, we ask the donations be Wal-Mart gift cards. These donations can either be made at the police department or city hall. If you would like to sign your child up for the shop with a cop event in December, please contact Chief Martin at 918-885-4545.

We were invited to the Osage Nation Head Start to meet with the kiddos and read "The gingerbread man." The kids had a blast checking out the patrol cars and hanging out with Chief Martin and Officer Bradley.

We enjoyed learning some new defensive tactics from two very knowledgeable trainers yesterday. The officers learned several new techniques that will benefit them in their future battles. Thank you to the instructors, 2nd degree black belt Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Kelly Rundle and blue belt Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Sergio Fernandes.

Thank you to everyone who stopped by Daylight Donuts and had some "coffee with a cop." The officers enjoyed the conversation and look forward to doing it again next year. A special thanks to Daylight Donuts for their hospitality.

Please use extra caution if you absolutely need to get out. Many roads are closed due to flooding and we still have more rain in the forecast for our area. ** The Crown Vic is not a police car, it belongs to a "storm spotter." **

On 10/2/2017 at approximately 0715 hours, a concerned citizen reported to the Hominy Police Department that there were a couple of suspicious subjects riding their bikes near the alleyway of her home. Chief Martin and Officer Bradley responded and made contact with Gage Roberts of Hominy, who was in the alleyway. While Officer Bradley was speaking with Roberts, Austin Cale of Hominy fled on his bike. Chief Martin caught up with Cale and placed him into hand restraints. While speaking to Roberts, Officer Bradley discovered several prescription pill bottles with someone else's name on them in the pants pocket of Roberts. Also in his pocket was a small bag of marijuana. At this same time, a citizen phoned to the police department and reported that his house had just been burglarized. The victim stated that he left to get his grandkids some breakfast and one of his grandchildren called him and said there were two men inside of the home and fled. The victim reported several of his prescription pill bottles were missing, along with an iPad. While looking for the iPad, Chief Martin and Officer Bradley located Cales wallet, along with a pill bottle containing marijuana, methamphetamine, Xanax, morphine and a set of scales. The iPad was also recovered. These items were recovered after Cale ditched them while fleeing. During a mirandized interview, both subjects admitted to Chief Martin to entering the back door of the victims residence. Roberts admitted to taking the pill bottles and Cale admitted to taking the iPad and ditching the drugs and the iPad while he was fleeing. Both Cale and Roberts are currently being held in the Osage County Jail on a $50,000 bond. Their charges include 1st degree burglary, conspiracy, possession of CDS.

Jared Stuart of Hominy was charged in District Court on 9/20/2017 on charges of possession of firearm after former conviction of a felony, possession of a controlled dangerous substance with the intent to distribute, driving under the influence of alcohol, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under suspension, left of center, and transporting an open container. These chargers stemmed from a traffic stop that occurred by Officer Taylor of the Hominy Police Department on 9/13/2017. This arrest came just weeks after Stuart was arrested by the Hominy Police Department and bonded out of the Osage County Jail on charges of possession of a controlled dangerous drug with the intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The Hominy Police Department would like to invite members of the community to Hominy Daylight Donuts on October 4th at 9am and have some free coffee and donuts with your city's police officers. Coffee with a cop is a simple idea that brings police officers and the community members they serve together and allows citizens to ask questions, raise concerns, or just say hello and enjoy a cup of coffee with us.

On 8/17/17 at approximately 0027 hours, Officer Bradley and Officer Taylor of the Hominy Police Department made contact with Jared Stuart, of Hominy. During the encounter, Officers observed Stuart wearing a backpack with one of the zipper compartments open. In plain view, officers observed a glass jar containing a green leafy substance, later testing positive for marijuana. Stuart was placed into custody and officers also found in the backpack methamphetamine, several different types of prescription pills, a set of scales, several small empty plastic baggies and a large sum of money, mostly in $20 bills. Stuart was booked in the Hominy Jail on possession of CDS with the intent to distribute and later transported to the Osage County Jail.

We are experiencing technical difficulties with our phone systems this morning. Windstream is working on the problem and we hope to have it fixed soon. The 911 system is still functioning for emergencies.

The Hominy Police Department is aware of the power outages around town. The Electric Department is actively working to get power restored to those without it. Thank you for your patience.

On 7/29/2017 at approximately 0553 hours, Officer Peters of The Hominy Police Department responded to a report of a burglary in progress. The suspect fled and was gone upon arrival of Officer Peters. The victim reported seeing the suspect going through one of the vehicles in the driveway. After reviewing a home security video system, Officer Peters was able to positively identify the suspect as Clayton Hudson of Hominy. Later on the same day, Officer Joe Lucas of The Hominy Police Department responded to a report of a vehicle being broke into near the same area as the first report. The victim reported cash and prescription medication as stolen from the vehicle. Also reported was a break-in at a local business in the same area. The suspect broke a glass door to the business and entered. The owner of the business reported the incident when he showed up for work on Saturday morning. Chief Martin obtained video surveillance of the business and was able to identify Clayton Hudson as the suspect breaking the glass door and entering the business. Hudson was arrested by Officer Peters and transported to the Hominy City Jail and later booked into the Osage County Jail on charges of burglary in the 2nd degree.

Prayers from Hominy PD to your family and friends. Rest easy Lt. Heath Meyer, we've got the watch from here. EOW 07/24/2017.

"Kiss the pig" was a success! Chief Martin had some help putting on some lipstick and puckered up for the hot and sweaty kiss. Money raised will go to the Hominy Community Center, thank you to everyone who donated!

We would like to introduce everyone to Officer Bret Taylor of The Hominy Police Department. Officer Taylor was hired on with The Hominy Police Department earlier this month and is currently going through his field training program and will be attending the CLEET academy soon. Officer Taylor is also a part-time EMT with Hominy EMS and Mercy Regional EMS and a volunteer firefighter with The Cleveland Fire Department. We are excited to have Officer Taylor as a member of the police department. Make sure to introduce yourself to him if you see him out and about!

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On 6/25/17 at approximately 0404 hours, The Hominy Police Department received a call from a citizen and a second call from an alarm company, stating Martina's wine and spirits had been broken into. Sergeant Copeland from Hominy PD responded and made contact with the reporting party. Sergeant Copeland was able to get a good description of the suspect and a short time later, placed Douglas Collins of Hominy, into custody. Douglas Collins was transported to the Hominy city jail, where he was booked on a second degree burglary charge and later transported to the Osage County Jail.

Congratulations to Officer Kyle Bradley, who graduated from the basic CLEET academy today. Officer Bradley is going to be a great asset to the police department and to the Hominy community. In the academy, Officer Bradley received nearly 600 hours of training in a variety of areas. Criminal and traffic law, firearms, emergency vehicle operations, defensive tactics, first aid and human relations and ethics are some of the major areas of instruction during this course. Other police related subjects such as accident investigation, criminal investigation, domestic violence and sexual assault, Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, radar operations, drug and narcotics crimes, alcohol crimes, and firearms training are included in the areas an officer must study and pass before graduating.

Just a friendly reminder to the citizens on the procedures and what to expect during traffic stops. Law enforcement is both a difficult and dangerous profession. Officers must constantly be aware of not only the safety of the citizens they are dedicated to protect, but of their own safety, too. Understanding traffic stop procedures and knowing what will be expected ahead of time may eliminate any possible misunderstandings. Here is a a few helpful pointers to ensure the officer's safety and your own. 1. If you see emergency flashing lights, pull to the right side of the roadway and position your vehicle as far out of the lane of traffic as possible. 2. Turn off your engine and and roll the driver side window down, along with any other tinted windows. If it is dark, turn on the interior lights. 3. As the officer approaches, put your hands in plain view preferably on the steering wheel or in plain sight. Stay seated and inside the vehicle unless you are asked to get out. Remember, the officer is watching all movements to make sure a weapon is not being drawn or something being hidden. 4. You will be asked for your driver's license and proof of insurance. Let the officer know if you are carrying a weapon and if you have a legal permit. 5. If you are issued a citation, the matter can be contested later in court, not on the side of the roadway. The citation will show the date and location of the court date.

The statewide click-it or ticket campaign starts 5/22/17 and will continue until 6/4/17. The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office promotes this mobilization with the goal of decreasing the number and severity of traffic crashes on our streets and highways. The Hominy Police Department has teamed up with the local Hominy Sonic to reward drivers for being safe during the click-it or ticket campaign. Officer's will be conducting traffic stops for various traffic infractions as usual. If the driver is found to be wearing his or her seatbelt, they will be rewarded with free ice cream, soda, or burger coupon to use at Sonic. Chief Martin would like to give special thanks to Perry Cannon, the General Manager of Hominy Sonic, for their cooperation in the click-it or ticket campaign.