Pendleton Police Department

  • Agency: Pendleton Police Department
  • Address: 622 Airport Rd, Pendleton, 97801 OR
  • Chief: Stuart Roberts (Chief of Police)
Phone: (541) 276-4411
Fax: (541) 276-9108

Pendleton Police Department is located at 622 Airport Rd, Pendleton, 97801 OR. The Chief of Police of the department is Stuart Roberts. The Pendleton Police Department phone number is (541) 276-4411.

Pendleton Police Department News

Oregon studded tire season extended through Sunday, April 15, 2018. Know before you go! Visit ODOT's website or call 511 for the latest road conditions.

Suspect at large!!!!

BEWARE of SCAMMERS!! This Midland PD Officer was only trying to figure out how he was going to get arrested!!😂

Come help support a local boy whose life was taken too soon as a result of necrotizing fasciitis.

UPDATE....Mr. Langton has been located and is safe. Thank you so much for you assistance - social media can be an amazing tool when used for the right reasons - this post alone reached over 150,000 people. MISSING PERSON! 29-year-old Drew Langton returned home after a family vacation and was last seen leaving his residence Monday at approximately 11 a.m. Drew drives a 2006 black Ford Freestyle, Oregon plate 627KEN. Unfortunately his phone has been turned off and there has not been any communication with family or friends which is uncharacteristic of him. Drew was wearing a blue and white plaid flannel, he is 5'8", 180 pounds with blue eyes. If you have seen Drew please contact our 24-hour dispatch center 541-966-3650.

Guess what have school today!! Bundle up and have a great day!!! Motorists slow down and give yourself a little extra time!!!

This is what we call "Karma" folks!!!

UPDATE!!!! For those of you affected by the power outage, Pacific Power is estimating at least another three hours. Hang in there!! Early this morning, a garbage truck struck a power pole in the parking lot of Dr. Pratt's dental office knocking out power to nearly 500 residences, although some are experiencing minimal (dim) power. This also knocked out the traffic control lights at the intersection of SW Court and 10th Street....proceed with caution!!!

The pathway going under the 10th Street Bridge is now closed.

We would like to welcome the newest member of our department...Officer Sara Tolley!

UPDATE....The vehicle is no longer of interest to the Pendleton Police Department. Thank you for the public assist!! Does anyone recognize this truck or more importantly the driver? This vehicle was involved in a hit and run - officers are asking for your help. Contact Officer Golter at 541-276-4411, ext. 4530

UPDATE...Located! Juvenile Runaways from Homestead Youth Lodge....Last seen Monday, January 29th around midnight. Nathaniel A., 16 y/o white male, 5'10", 185 pounds and Luis V., 14 y/o Hispanic male, 5'4", 130. Both subjects were last wearing green t-shirts with the letters "HYFS" and gold shorts. Both juveniles are originally from Marion County and Polk County. Please contact law enforcement if you have any information 541-966-3651. Photos will be added once they are available.

We despise graffiti! It is not art, it is VANDALISM. It is not a youthful prank, it is a CRIME. It is not harmless, it is COSTLY to remove. There were eight residences hit with graffiti Saturday night and we need your help in identifying and charging these subjects who need to find themselves a better canvas than people's homes and vehicles! If you have any information please contact our 24-hour dispatch center at 541-966-3651.


Look familiar...22-year-old Rodrick Edmiston was last seen three days ago when he was with his caretakers at Wal-Mart, but was able to slip out of their custody. (His hair is shorter than the photo depicted) If you have seen him or know of his whereabouts, please contact the City County Dispatch Center 541-966-0351

Every now and then we are touched by a "feel good" story of honesty and integrity. On Christmas Eve, Nathan and Gracie were traveling through the area when they stopped at the View Point east of Pendleton. Unfortunately as Gracie dusted the snow from her pants, her wedding ring went flying. After searching and searching, they gave up but determined to return and look again. Seven days later, 8-year-old Parker Boren of Pilot Rock and his grandparents, Cindy and Larry had decided to make a quick stop at the View Point as well when Parker found the ring!! Parker, his mother and his grandparents reported the ring to the Oregon State Police and the Pendleton Police. Police Assistant Bonifer was determined to locate the owners and through some detective work of her own, she was able to do just that! Gracie and Nathan returned to Pendleton from their home in Washington to meet young Parker and praised him for his honesty, along with an awesome set of Legos and a gift as well for his family for raising an honest young man!

We are fortunate to periodically receive treats and snacks from Pendleton community members. Today the Pendleton Police Department would like to thank Allison Mulcare, Miss Idaho National Miss, for her very generous gifts to PPD on this 2018 Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Please know these kindnesses do not go unnoticed by our officers, administration, and staff. Thanks to all of you who have reached out with a kind word or gesture. It is nice to be appreciated. Take care, be kind to one another, be safe.

As part of no shave November and in support of the Anson Strong campaign, students across the district have been participating in a fundraiser. The winning class got to choose the beard design that “SRO Zaugg” would wear for the day. Congratulations to students of Washington Elementary for winning. Great job to all students who raised just over $867(your coins added up fast!) Now go rock that sparkly beard 🤣 Photo/Makeover credit: Mrs. Zaugg :)

The Warming Station is in need of volunteers - however you must go to a training first. The next training is Saturday, December 9th at 10 a.m. at the Warming Station...please help if you can!

What an awesome night working with the great staff at Hamley's Steakhouse!!! Thank you everyone that came out to support the Anson Fairbank family, the American Cancer Society and OUR community!!! Photo Cred - Jeanine Youncs (thank you!)

DON'T FORGET....Enjoy a night out at Hamley’s Steakhouse while Pendleton Police Officers turn in their handcuffs for aprons to serve you! Friday, December 1st 5-8 p.m. There is still time to donate online at