Angleton Police Department

  • Agency: Angleton Police Department
  • Address: 104 Cannan Dr, Angleton, 77515 TX
  • Chief: David Ashburn (Chief of Police)
Phone: 979-849-2383
Fax: 979-849-2387

Angleton Police Department is located at 104 Cannan Dr, Angleton, 77515 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is David Ashburn. The Angleton Police Department phone number is 979-849-2383.

Angleton Police Department News

UPDATE: The Gulf Coast Toyota dealership will be open for business tomorrow. Angleton Fire Department extinguished the blaze which started in the shop area of the dealership.

Angleton Police Department supports the fight against breast cancer and remember those we have lost during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Angleton First Responders had a blast at National Night Out!

HOME BURGLARY ALERT: A burglary occurred today at approximately 9:58 a.m. in the 1100 block of Shady Oak where a white male, 5’3”, wearing a yellow safety vest, tan or gray baseball cap, and blue jeans forcibly entered a residence while the homeowner was home. The homeowner fled the residence, and the suspect also fled in an older gray four-door sedan with possibly Louisiana plates. The homeowner’s vehicle struck the suspect’s vehicle while leaving, so the suspect’s vehicle should have damage to the left front. If you live in the area and witnessed or have video of this incident, please call Angleton police department at 979-849-2383. If you see a person or vehicle matching this description, please call the police so officers can come check.

Thank you to Vanessa Brady and Megan Garza of Cypress Woods Care Center for delivering sweets to the officers in appreciation for serving the citizens of Angleton!

National Night Out is an event during which citizens come together to get to know each other and meet local Emergency First Responders (Law Enforcement, Fire Officials, EMS, and City Officials) to foster relationships that will help strengthen our community. This year's celebration will be held on Tuesday, October 3, 2017, and all citizens of Angleton are encouraged to participate. The Block Parties, as they are known, do not have to be expensive and may include hot dogs, drinks, chips, cookies, or other small refreshments. It is a day set aside for communities to support crime prevention and speak to officials about concerns in their neighborhoods. If you are interested in hosting or co-hosting a block party with your neighbors, please contact Corporal Cameron Parsons at 979-849-2383, ext. 3126. More info is available on our website: http://www.angleton.tx.us/144/National-Texas-Night-Out

Thanks, Nita Fry, for the support and the cookies!

If Hurricane Harvey taught us anything it is that the destruction that can come in the wake of a storm can be devastating. While many of the counties in the area are still feeling the aftermath and recovery efforts are underway, small counties in Florida are about to go through the same devastation. Those of us with the Angleton Police Department, Angleton Fire Department, Angleton Area Emergency Services and Angleton Police Officer Association know how horrible the impact can be and are asking for donations to be collected and sent to one of those cities in Florida. Though Angleton came out with little damage throughout the storm, everyone in this area knows someone who has been impacted. We received a ton of help from the sunshine state and are hoping to be able to return the favor by showing support for them in their time of need as the showed in ours. We are asking for any of the following items to send to Florida so that their recovery process is a little easier: • Water • Non-perishable items (canned goods, dry foods, etc.) • Weather/region appropriate clothing • Batteries (all sizes) • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo/conditioner, etc.) • Baby supplies (diapers, formula, baby food, etc.) • Pet supplies (pet food, grooming items, etc.) • Recovery supplies (cleaning supplies, gloves, masks, fans, dehumidifiers etc.) • First aid supplies (alcohol, Band-Aids, gauze, over the counter sealed medicine, etc.) Any items help and can be dropped off at the Angleton Police Dept. 104 Cannan Dr. in Angleton TX, 77515 and Angleton Fire Dept. Station 1 located at 221 N Chenango St Angleton TX, 77515 with more donation centers opening as needed.

Thanks to Charlotte, 9; Cadence, 3; and Graham, 1 for bringing us cookies and showing their support to our officers. We appreciate it!

Great work, Cpl. Arthur Moore ...

Angleton PD officers help our community by providing a great spaghetti dinner for the people staying at the shelter after Hurricane Harvey. Thanks to the Angleton Police Officer's Association for the generous donation to make the dinner possible.

Emily Wittekiend brought cupcakes along with Mr. and Mrs. Diesher who brought brisket with all the trimmings for our officers! Thank you so much!

Thanks to Abby and Josh Wilbeck for bringing us homemade cookies!

Our thanks to 10-year-old Sage Landry who brought cookies for the officers in appreciation for all they are doing for the citizens! Thanks for your support!

Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA), an unemployment insurance benefit made available especially for victims of disaster, is available to individuals who: · Have applied for and used all regular unemployment benefits from any state, or do not qualify for unemployment benefits · Worked or were self-employed or were scheduled to begin work or self-employment in the disaster area, · Can no longer work or perform services because of physical damage or destruction to the place of employment as a direct result of the disaster · Establish that the work or self-employment they can no longer perform was their primary source of income · Cannot perform work or self-employment because of an injury as a direct result of the disaster · Became the breadwinner or major support of a household because of the death of the head of household Individuals affected by Hurricane Harvey can apply for DUA online or by calling a Texas Workforce Commission Tele-Center at 800-939-6631. Further information about Disaster Unemployment Assistance and a link to the online application for unemployment benefits is available on the Texas Workforce Commission website at http://www.twc.state.tx.us/jobseekers/disaster-unemployment-assistance.

Highway 35 to Danbury from Angleton is open. Highway 35 toward West Columbia from Angleton is closed. Here is a list of other Brazoria County road closures:

Angleton Junior High cafeteria will be serving a hot meal tomorrow from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and it is open to the public.

Thanks to 5 year-old Jax, for the cookies!

Angleton is NOT under mandatory evacuation. The mandatory evacuation is for residents west of Highway 288 and south of Highway 6.

Non-emergency lines are restored, and 911 is operational but has static interference.