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

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

Officer Peters and Officer Bradley have spent the last few days training with area law enforcement agencies. The S.W.A.T tactics training is put on by an OKC based company, Dark Watch Tactical. The Hominy Police Department strives to provide our citizens with well trained officers to be able to protect and serve to the best of our ability.

Please turn your headlights on while driving in foggy conditions, such as today. Other motorists can not see you.

Thank you Hominy Fire Department. We appreciate everything you guys do. Be safe out there.

On 1/19/18 at approximately 12:40am, Officer Peters and Officer Bradley observed a vehicle with a defective tag light traveling near the intersection of Wood and Walnut. Officer Peters conducted a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, Patrick Patterson and passenger, Regina Henson. Patterson was placed into custody for driving without a valid license and Officer Peters ordered for a wrecker to tow the vehicle. During the routine inventory of the vehicle, Officer Peters located a loaded handgun and a small bag containing approximately 17.9 grams of methamphetamine, digital scales, hypodermic needles, and several small baggies that are commonly used to distribute narcotics. Over $1700 in cash was later found in Henson’s bra. Both subjects were arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous drug, transporting loaded firearm, carrying firearm after former conviction of a felony and possession of paraphernalia. Both subjects were transported to the Osage County Jail.

January 9 is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. The day of recognition was created in 2015 to thank officers across the country. Last year, 128 police officers were killed in the line of duty. During the past decade, 1,512 officers have been killed while on the job, an average of 151 deaths per year. Prayers go out to all men and women who wear blue and serve their communities, putting their own life in danger for complete strangers. A special thanks to our surroundings agencies; Osage County Sheriff’s Office, Pawhuska PD, Osage Nation PD, Skiatook PD, OHP and Cleveland PD. Together we all work together to defeat the evil and help our citizens when they are in need. I also want to acknowledge each HPD officer and thank them for their service; Sergeant Michael Copeland, Officer Corbin Peters, Officer Kyle Bradley, Officer Bret Taylor, and Officer Joe Lucas. You men have signed up to do a thankless job and are all determined to help make a difference in our community. I feel honored to work with each of you and I know when the fight comes, you all will be there fighting together. Keep up the good work. -Chief Martin

OFFICER OF THE YEAR 2017 The officer of the year for 2017 has been awarded to Officer Kyle Bradley. During this year, Officer Bradley has gone above and beyond his every day duties and deserves to be recognized for his efforts. Officer Bradley began his career with The Hominy Police Department in October of 2016. In the year of 2017, Officer Bradley graduated from CLEET's basic academy. Since graduating CLEET, Officer Bradley has become a very important asset to the department, being responsible for over 30 arrests. Some of these arrests include crimes of distributing controlled dangerous drugs, driving under the influence, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, public intoxication, burglary, domestic assault and battery, and many arrests on outstanding warrants. Officer Bradley has proved his dedication to keeping our community safe by writing over $20,000 in citations in 2017. Officer Bradley has also volunteered hours of his own time at the schools in our city, building trust and friendships with our children. Officer Bradley comes to work every day wanting to make a difference in the community that he lives in. He always has a great attitude and is ready to take on any challenges that come his way. Officer Bradley takes constructive criticism well and is always willing to learn and get better at his duties. I believe Officer Bradley is going to have a long, successful career in law enforcement and I am proud to be a part of it. The City of Hominy is lucky to have him and I look forward to seeing him tackle the challenges of 2018. -Chief Michael Martin

Thank you to all first responders who are away from their families this Christmas. Merry Christmas to you and stay safe!

2017 Hominy Police Department's "shop with a cop." Thank you to everyone who donated, we saw lots of smiles today! Merry Christmas from HPD!

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.