Lebanon Police Department

  • Agency: Lebanon Police Department
  • Address: 40 N 2nd St #100, Lebanon, 97355 OR
  • Chief: Michael D Healy (Chief of Police)
Phone: 541-451-1751
Fax:

Lebanon Police Department is located at 40 N 2nd St #100, Lebanon, 97355 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael D Healy. The Lebanon Police Department phone number is 541-451-1751.

Lebanon Police Department News

DOG HAS BEEN PICKED UP BY OWNER

Update Threat at Lebanon High School today

*******UPDATE******* The recovered handgun referenced in the Press Release was not stolen from Lebanon Police, but from a resident living in Lebanon on 05/13/18. The firearm was previously reported to LPD as stolen. On May 18, 2018, the Lebanon Police Department received information that a student reported seeing another student with what appeared to be a handgun at the Lebanon High School. The school was immediately placed into lockdown and emergency services were called. As a preventative measure, other area schools were also placed on lockout at the time. Lebanon Police Department officers responded with the assistance of Oregon State Police, Linn County Sheriff’s Office, ATF, and Sweet Home Police Department. The entire area surrounding the Lebanon High School and the interior of the school were searched room-by-room, simultaneously. There have been no reports of shots fired, or injuries; however, we are currently tracking down numerous reports and sources of information. This is an active investigation and we will provide periodic updates when it is appropriate to release information. *******UPDATE******* Our investigation into the events that led to the Lebanon High School lockdown has progressed. We have interviewed numerous witnesses and persons of interest. The investigation revealed that three juveniles were in possession of a single gun, which they passed among themselves while inside the school. As a result of interviews conducted, the handgun was located (unloaded) at a residence inside of the city limits of Lebanon. The handgun was reported to be stolen out of Lebanon Police Department. The juveniles were taken into custody without incident. With the cooperation of witnesses, persons of interest and their parents, they are currently in protective custody for the following charges: Possession of Firearm or Dangerous Weapon in Public Building or Court Facility, Theft in the First Degree, Disorderly Conduct in the First Degree, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, and Hindering Prosecution. Additional charges may follow, as this is an active investigation. Because the subjects involved are juveniles, their names will not be released at this time. Our investigation remains open and we will be working in cooperation with the Linn County Juvenile Department and the Linn County District Attorney’s Office. It is important to note that no injuries were reported as a result of this incident.

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Update on lockdown at Lebanon Schools

Update on lockdown at Lebanon Schools

Update on lockdown at Lebanon Schools

Update on lockdown at Lebanon Schools

Update on lockdown at Lebanon Schools

All Lebanon Schools are in lockdown

All Lebanon Schools are in lockdown

Tribute to Honor photos. HUGE KUDOS to Grant Coffey for his hard work for this fundraiser...........

Lebanon Strawberry Princesses on BULB Trainride

Officer Eric Stein at Tribute to Honor

THANK YOU Rick Franklin and Santiam Excursion Trains and Morley Thomas Lawfirm for an awesome train ride today and BBQ for this years BULB winners.................

** UPDATE: DOG NOW AT LINN CO DOG CONTROL. 541-967-3925. FOUND TAN PIX MIX. CONTACT LEBANON PD AT 541.451.1751 X0

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