Holbrook Police Department

  • Agency: Holbrook Police Department
  • Address: 120 E Buffalo St, Holbrook, 86025 AZ
  • Chief: Mark Jackson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 928-524-3991
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Holbrook Police Department is located at 120 E Buffalo St, Holbrook, 86025 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Mark Jackson. The Holbrook Police Department phone number is 928-524-3991.

Holbrook Police Department News

Arrests for the week of November 4, 2018 to November 10, 2018. The following subjects were cited, charged, or arrested by the Holbrook Police Department. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Individuals listed may have been charged but have not been convicted. November 4 Sterlin Nez - Domestic Violence Assault, Domestic Violence Disorderly Conduct and Domestic Violence Criminal Damage. November 5 Edward Clah Jr - Aggravated DUI x2, Extreme DUI over .15, DUI over .08 and DUI. Joseph AJ Lee - Open Container in a Vehicle. November 6 Camelita Williams - Warrant. November 7 Robert Baier - Aggravated Assault x2, Kidnapping, Threatening x2, Possession of Dangerous Drugs, Disorderly Conduct and Preventing Use of a Phone in an Emergency. Garrett Figy - Disorderly Conduct, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia x2 and Possession of Marijuana. Kevin Barrett - Disorderly Conduct and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Enrique Eutsler - Disorderly Conduct and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. November 8 Allissia Duran - Drug Paraphernalia. November 9 None listed. November 10 Santino D Vasquez - Shoplifting. Norman Lester - Criminal Nuisance.

Parents, please talk to your children, friends and family about the importance of not taking pills from someone else. You never know what could be in them. Also talk to your kids about not picking up items on the street, you never know where it came from.

Someone has removed the City of Holbrook's maintenance drag that was stored on the levee. It was described as an old truck ramp with two metal pipes attached it, approximately 300 lbs. It was used in maintaining the levee. The City of Holbrook would like to have the item returned. Please contact the Holbrook Police Department or City of Holbrook Office if you have information on this item or if you see this item somewhere. #whatadrag #returniffound #stealingisbad

WANTED PERSON Name: Alana Mae Friday Age: 30 Height: 5'7" Weight: 146 Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown Wanted for Assault and Disorderly Conduct.

Thank you to the Public for your help in assisting us in information and support.

*****Scam Alert***** We have a report that there is another telephone scam going around concerning grandkids and "FBI Narcotics" officers. A young person calling to claim that they are your grandchild and states that they were involved in an accident and when the police arrived, the police found drugs in the trunk. The "grandchild" then asks you if you wanted to speak with an officer. A person then gets on the phone claiming to be a "FBI Narcotics" officer, (in this case Officer Mitchell). The "officer" tries to play his role but the grandfather that they called did not buy into it. He asked for the officer's badge number and/or ID, and when the "officer" did not answer the question he then asked where the "officer" worked out of (the location) and the grandfather was still not done with his questions but the "officer" was. The "officer" then hung up. If you have a suspicious call, be diligent and do not give information. If you do get calls like this, you can help report it to https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#crnt&panel1-1 #notthisgranddad #diligence #communityaware #fbigrandparentscam #whoareyouagain #fbiofficermitchellcanyouhearmenow

Crooks use clever schemes to defraud millions of people every year. They often combine new technology with old tricks to get people to send money or give out personal information. Here are some practical tips to help you stay a step ahead. If there is need to report a fraud, you can visit https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#crnt&panel1-1 to help guide you in filing a complaint.

Arrests for the week of October 28, 2018 to November 3, 2018. The following subjects were cited, charged, or arrested by the Holbrook Police Department. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Individuals listed may have been charged but have not been convicted. October 28 Angel Salazar - Driving on a Suspended Driver's License. October 29 Summer Goodwin - Aggravated Assault, Trespassing and Failure to Provide ID to Law Enforcement. 16 Year old juvenile - Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Clinton Ford - Warrant x2. October 30 12 Year old juvenile - False reporting. Samuel Yazzie Begay - Shoplifting. October 31 Colin Begay - DUI and Underage DUI. November 1 None listed. November 2 14 Year old juvenile - Possession of Marijuana in a Drug Free Zone and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Jacob Williams - Leaving the Scene of an Accident. Brenna Nichols - Possession of Marijuana, Trespassing and Possession of Stolen Property. November 3 None listed.

The Holbrook Police Department wishes to Thank You for spreading the word and helping us in reuniting family pictures and documents to the family. #familyhistory #communityhelping #returntoowner #losttreasures

****Update as of 10/30/18**** We had the daughter call into the Holbrook Police Department. She will be coming in at a later date to pick up the discovered items. We at the Holbrook Police Department thank you for your help in spreading the word. Requesting the public's help to locate family members of Ethel Shephard Stilwell and Weybourne Stilwell originally from Wisconsin but has lived in the White Mountains in the past. We have some property (documents) that belongs to the family and should be with the family. Family history is important and we would like to be able to contact family to arrange for the property to be returned to them. Here is one item, a work badge for Ethel at the The Badger Army Ammunition Plant. #familyhistory #returntoowner #communityhelping

Arrests for the week of October 21, 2018 to October 27, 2018. The following subjects were cited, charged, or arrested by the Holbrook Police Department. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Individuals listed may have been charged but have not been convicted. October 21 None listed. October 22 None listed. October 23 None listed. October 24 15 Year old juvenile - Possession of Marijuana in a Drug Free Zone and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. 16 Year old juvenile - Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. October 25 Josefa A Hernandez - Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card and Fraudulent Schemes. October 26 Harold Jesus - Shoplifting. Duran Clark - Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. October 27 Danny Harlan - Warrant. Victor Begay - Warrant.

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If you think drunk driving is no big deal, you couldn’t be more wrong. Drunk driving is a deadly epidemic that takes the lives of more than 10,000 people each year. Drive sober or get pulled over. USDOTNHTSA - The US Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's mission is to save lives on the nation's highways. #drivesober

Railroad crossings can be deadly. A train traveling at 55 miles per hour takes a mile—the length of 18 football fields or more—to come to a stop once the emergency brakes are applied. Don’t be caught on the tracks. Stop. Trains can’t. USDOTNHTSA - The US Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's mission is to save lives on the nation's highways. #drivesafely #stoponred #dontpassthegate #nextstopmightbethelast #drivesmart

Let us help our neighbors in Woodruff. #helpingourcommunities #helpourneighbors #longwalksinthedesertnight #notsasquatch

Halloween is quickly approaching and we would like to offer some safety tips: Adults: Kids shouldn't trick-or-treat without an adult joining them. Even older kids should have an adult keeping an eye on them, even if they do so from a bit of a distance. Treats: An adult should look through treats before kids are allowed to eat them. This process lets the adult discard any suspicious items or treats that appeared to have been tampered with. Homes: Well-meaning adults might beckon trick-or-treaters inside their homes to get warm or to check out the treat selection, but not all people have the best intentions. Kids should never go into the home of a stranger while trick-or-treating. Mask: Masks should be easy to see through. If a mask obstructs the child's view, she may not notice tripping hazards or oncoming traffic. Costume: Costumes shouldn't drag along on the ground. Not only is this a tripping hazard, it could also be a potential fire hazard if the loose material touches a lit jack-o-lantern. Flashlight: Adults should carry a flashlight and kids can carry glow sticks. This helps everyone see where they are going while also making them more visible to cars. Traffic: Not all drivers realize that excited children are roaming the neighborhood at night on Halloween. Take care to pay special attention to traffic and obey crosswalks and streetlights while trick-or-treating. Fun: The last reminder on the poster is to have fun! Trick-or-treating can be a great time when safety rules are followed, and there are some great activities to help your kids learn how to protect themselves. courtesy of https://safety.lovetoknow.com/Halloween_Safety_Poster photo courtesy of www.history.com

Chief Christensen spoke with the Holbrook Roadrunner students at the Historic Court House for the Walk with Me to be Drug Free. #holbrookpride #drugfree #findchiefchristensen #walkwithmetobedrugfree #supportourchildren

Be advised that there is some fog and wet roads. Use your headlights so you can see and be seen. Slow your speed. Let's make it a good safe Wednesday. Drive safely. #drivesafe #isthisportland #holbrookpride

WANTED PERSON Name: Raphael James Cummings Age: 36 Height: 5'8" Weight: 210 Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Wanted for Domestic Violence Aggravated Assault.

Arrests for the week of October 14, 2018 to October 20, 2018. The following subjects were cited, charged, or arrested by the Holbrook Police Department. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Individuals listed may have been charged but have not been convicted. October 14 Shounique Begay - Assault and Disorderly Conduct. October 15 Patrick Paxson - Trespassing. Nephi Scott - Trespassing. Roger Greymountain - Trespassing. Josephine Dennison Trespassing. Jasper Lewis - Trespassing. Anderson Nelson Dickson - Trespassing. Tyler Delker - Possession of Dangerous Drugs, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Sheldon Redbird - Warrant. Autumn Agramont - Fraudulent Schemes, Theft of a Credit Card, Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, Theft and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. October 16 15 Year old juvenile - Minor Consumption of Alcohol. October 17 Andrew Schlechty - Warrant. Cecil Francis - Domestic Violence Assault, Domestic Violence Disorderly Conduct and Aggravated Assault. October 18 15 Year old juvenile - Minor in Possession of Alcohol and Minor in Possession of a Tobacco product. Cheryl Ashley - Extreme DUI Greater than .20, DUI Greater than .08 and DUI. Monroe Ashley - Warrant. October 19 None listed. October 20 None listed.

Look at the non-students that made the Park Elementary School News. Thank you to Park Elementary for allowing Officer Minnick and Sgt Hall participate in "Brain Gym" with the students. #braingym #partofthecommunity #parkschool #holbrookpride

Don't forget about the "Old West Fest" this Saturday October 20, 2018 at the historic Navajo County Courthouse. Come and enjoy the activities and vendors. Help Chief Nathan Christensen by helping him post bond. All monies received are being donated to the Holbrook Chamber of Commerce. #holbrookpride #holbrookchamberofcommerce #freethechief