Hutto Police Department

  • Agency: Hutto Police Department
  • Address: 401 W. Front St, Hutto, 78634 TX
  • Chief: Harold Q Thomas (Chief of Police)
Phone: (512) 759-5978

Hutto Police Department is located at 401 W. Front St, Hutto, 78634 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Harold Q Thomas. The Hutto Police Department phone number is (512) 759-5978.

Hutto Police Department News

Beware, skimmers are illegal card readers that can be attached to payment terminals — like gas pumps Use your eyes and fingers, they may be able to help you spot card skimmers at gas pumps and ATMs, but nothing is foolproof. Visually inspect the credit card system and card reader system. Before you slide your card in a fuel pump or ATM, take a good look at the gas pump credit card system. "Does anything look strange or out of place? Technology now allows criminals using a 3-D printer to create an overlay on top of the real credit card system. Look for broken security seals, pry marks on the pump door. Pull and wiggle on the credit card reader, If something doesn't feel right, move on. If you suspect something is wrong notify the attendant then notify the police.

The Hutto Police Department would like to thank Marilie Walker and Carson Walker for the donation of 30 sets of rifle resistant plate armor for our officers. We sincerely thank them for their support of the regions law enforcement agencies.

Officers are currently working a serious vehicle crash on Limmer Loop across from Cottonwood Elementary School. Limmer Loop is closed from Adrian to Anderson. The only access to the School is via the Hutto Middle School private road. Please stay clear of the crash area. We will post as soon as the road is open.

Let us introduce to you Officer Mauricio Maya! Officer Maya was born and raised in Laredo, Texas. Maya joined the United States Army in 1982 and served with the 82nd Airborne Division. Maya earned a Good Conduct Medal, Parachute Badge, and an Overseas Service Ribbon before being honorably discharged in 1986. Maya joined the Laredo Police Department in 1990 where he served for 27 years. Maya retired from Laredo with an honorable discharge late last year. While at the Laredo Police Department Maya served on patrol, the detective division, crime scene unit, and the community relations division. We are proud to welcome Officer Maya to our team. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience! Please help us welcome Officer Maya!

Round Rock Police Department is looking for video footage of anyone traveling the IH 35 corridor on Sunday, February 25, 2018 between the hours of 5:00 am and 7:00 am. They are also looking for witnesses who may have seen something during the same time frame. Please call with any information! The following message was posted by Round Rock Police Department:

From Chief Banks, RRPD (@ChiefAllenBanks): Thanks for ALL the support and prayers for our officer! He is still fighting and we are being positive for him and his family. The driver who struck him has been arrested for intoxication assault. Please continue to keep our officer and the RRPD family in your prayers.

Look at that face! For those that don't know, this is Raisin, the trailing bloodhound owned by Ofc. Fraley. We had to post some more pics, we can't get enough of this sweet pup! Raisin is a trailing dog who can find anything from missing children to wanted criminals. You'll see her around town more once Ofc. Fraley's vehicle is modified to fit her needs! AND, did you know Raisin has her own Facebook page? You can find it here: K9 Raisin

Officer Cunningham had a captive audience while talking to Girl Scout troop #738! They learned about what police officers do, fingerprinting, and how handwriting is unique and analyzed when a crime has occurred. Thank you for the invite, Ofc. Cunningham enjoyed the visit!

Thank you to Baked'n Sconed for hosting our "Coffee with a Cop" this morning! Tiffany and Lacey are the BEST! They made coffee, muffins, and scones for everyone! YUM! THANK YOU! Baked 'n Sconed

We’re at Baked’n Sconed for “Coffee with a Cop” until 9:00 am, come by and meet Chief Frankland and some of the officers!

Greyson, Avery, and Ellie Thomas came to the Hutto Police Department to deliver Girl Scout cookies compliments of family members in Oregon City, Oregon! The Vallance family, from Oregon, told Avery they would purchase all of her remaining Girl Scout cookies under one condition, they brought them to the local police and fire departments. How thoughtful! Thank you! (And, don't tell anyone, less than 24 hours later-cookies are gone!) Thank you to the Vallance family in Oregon City and to Tessa, Aron, Greyson, Avery, and Ellie for the delivery. We loved the cookies!

Join us for "Coffee with a Cop!" Baked 'n Sconed Hutto Fire Rescue City of Hutto, TX – Municipal Government Round Rock Police Department Williamson County Constable Precinct Four Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody Leander Police Department Police Department - Georgetown, Texas

Thank you to Fellowship Hutto Youth Ministry for your support (and the goodies)!

What a perfect day to begin a love story! Our very own Lt. Cody Cazalas married the love of his life, Adrienne, in the City of Hutto Council Chambers. They didn't want anything fancy, they just wanted to be among family and friends! We were honored to be a part of their life event. We wish y'all the very best! Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Cazalas!

It’s 9pm, who locked the cars, house doors and turned on the outside security lights? #9PMRoutine #Huttopdcares

Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the loss of a Richardson Police Officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty. Please keep the family of this officer, along with the brave men and women of Richardson Police in your thoughts and prayers. Police Officer David Sherrard was shot and killed while responding to a disturbance at an apartment complex at 4250 East Renner Road. As officers arrived on scene they located a man suffering from a gunshot wound outside of the apartment. The officers were able to identify an apartment where the suspect was located. As they made entry into the apartment the man opened fire, striking Officer Sherrard in the neck. Officer Sherrard was transported to Medical City Plano where he succumbed to his wound. The subject barricaded himself inside of the apartment for several hours before surrendering. The man who shot Officer Sherrard was charged with capital murder of a police officer. Officer Sherrard had served with the Richardson Police Department for 13 years. He is survived by his wife and two daughters. End of Watch: February 7, 2018

It's that time! The goal of the #9PMRoutine is for our residents to create a "routine" each evening to remove valuables from vehicles, ensure vehicle doors & trunks are locked, lock home doors/ gates, & turn on exterior lights, all in an effort to prevent criminal activity. @huttopolice #huttopdcares

We did it! National Night Out is an event intended to foster relationships between community members and the police department and to deter crime by having a proactive community. Y'all! We knocked it out of the park for National Night Out 2017! We have forged so many relationships and crime rates are down, for example, burglaries are down by 46% from this time last year. That is a direct result of those relationships we continue to build! Last night at the Hutto City Council meeting Mayor Gaul presented an award to outstanding Community Members, the Hutto Police Department and Hutto Fire Rescue for Recognition of Outstanding Participation! The recognition through National Association of Town Watch is a competition between THOUSANDS of communities of our size! And we, here in HUTTO, TEXAS continue to put our Hippo on the map! Congratulations on a job well done! #huttorocks National Night Out Hutto Fire Rescue City of Hutto, TX – Municipal Government

Lock it up neighbors! #9PMRoutine

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It's time to lock your cars and close your garage doors. #9PMRoutine

So, this is what was REALLY happening in the "caption" contest photo! Officer Craig Richardson and Sergeant James Bomer were searching the engine of a vehicle for a screaming (uninjured) and scared kitten! Congratulations William Bush!

Congratulations! The winner to the caption contest is William Bush! "Yes, I can see you. Yes, you're still going to jail." Please send us a PM with your contact information!