Harbor Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Harbor Beach Police Department
  • Address: 766 State St, Harbor Beach, 48441 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (989) 479-3353
Fax: (989) 479-3343

Harbor Beach Police Department is located at 766 State St, Harbor Beach, 48441 MI. The Harbor Beach Police Department phone number is (989) 479-3353.

Harbor Beach Police Department News

A black boxer with orange colar has been found in area of Atwater n M 25 area today. If you or someone you know has lost this dog please let us know and we will get you in touch with the individual that is holding onto it for you.

Congrats to these young men and women on completing and passing our 2018 Hunter Safety class!! Please be safe and good luck to all!

Thanks for all the help! We have identified the subject we previously posted about.

Congratulations to Sgt. Cook for his life saving award. Sgt. Cook noticed smoke coming from a home at 5:00 A.M. and was able to get the man out of the smoke filled home. Sgt. Cook received his life saving award at tonight’s council meeting from Mayor Booms upon request of Chief Bucholtz.

Thank you for all the help as the subject we were looking to identify has come forward.

Found this dog s.huron ave. if anyone is missing him please contact hbpd.

Reminder to all City of Harbor Beach residents--- The citys Snow Removal Ordinance is in effect from Dec 1 until April 1. No Parking on streets from 4am-7am.

Found dog by lets go fishing electronic black collar on it. Contact HBPD if you know who the owner is 989-479-3363

This little guy was found near Whitcomb St. around 1pm on 10/15 and we would like to get him back to his owner. If you know who this dog belongs to, please contact us at 989-479-3353 so we can get him home. Thank you!

Congratulations to the over 30 people who all attended n successfully completed our 2017 Hunter Safety course! Please be safe n good luck!!

*****Both dogs have returned****** Have you seen these dogs? They ran away from a resort cottage today and may still be running loose in the Harbor Beach area. If you see them, please contact the pd so we can get them back to their owner. The black dog is Reagan and the yellow dog is Picard.

The Harbor Beach Police will be holding Hunter Safety classes Aug 28,29,30 at the Hb Schools from 1p to 5pm each day. Any question please call the HB Police. 989.479.3353

Anyone missing this dog. If so please contact hbpd it was located in the area of N. Huron ave. and Lytle Ave.

Reminder to all residents: The snow removal ordinance is in effect and there is no parking on city streets including the South First Street city parking lot from 4:00 am to 7:30am from December 1st until March 31st. Please call if there are any questions.

Congrats to the 28 individuals who recently successfully completed our Hunter Safety classes!!! Please be safe n good luck!!!

UPDATE: She has been returned to the owner. **FOUND** This dog was found on Bartlett St near S. Fifth St. She has a pink collar and is missing her left front leg. Contact the Harbor Beach Police so we can get her back to her owner.

We are once again having Hunter Safety classes!!

The Harbor Beach Christmas Parade will be this Saturday at 5:30 pm. The parade will start at city hall and proceed on State St to South Huron Ave and continue to Trescott St. There is no parking allowed on State St from 3rd St to the light and on South Huron Ave to Broad St along with all other parking restrictions. Vehicles parked in this area may be cited and/or towed at the owners expense. Please use caution after the parade as floats and pedestrians may cause traffic hazards.

Reminder to all residents: There is No Parking on city streets including the South First Street city parking lot from 4am to 730am from December 1st until March 31st.

Reminder: Halloween is this Saturday Oct. 31st. Trick or Treating hours in Harbor Beach are from 5-630pm. Please be safe and below are some safety tips for you to follow: Swords, knives, and other costume accessories should be short, soft, and flexible. Avoid trick-or-treating alone. Walk in groups or with a trusted adult. Fasten reflective tape to costumes and bags to help drivers see you. Examine all treats for choking hazards and tampering before eating them. Limit the amount of treats you eat. Hold a flashlight while trick-or-treating to help you see and others see you. WALK and don't run from house to house. Always test make-up in a small area first. Remove it before bedtime to prevent possible skin and eye irritation. Look both ways before crossing the street. Use crosswalks wherever possible. Lower your risk for serious eye injury by not wearing decorative contact lenses. Only walk on sidewalks whenever possible, or on the far edge of the road facing traffic to stay safe. Wear well-fitting masks, costumes, and shoes to avoid blocked vision, trips, and falls. Eat only factory-wrapped treats. Avoid eating homemade treats made by strangers. Enter homes only if you're with a trusted adult. Only visit well-lit houses. Never accept rides from strangers.

Filling some full and part time positions in the Harbor Beach Police Department will keep patrols rolling pretty much 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Police Chief Todd Bucholtz told us that the pending retirement of full time officer Tyler Ramsey, who use to be Undersheriff for the county, will take effect officially on January 6th. They have hired officer Derek Joy as a part time officer on the force earlier this month, but are still looking to fill that full time slot when Ramsey retires. Bucholtz said they are initially looking to promote from within the department from the 7 part time officers currently patrolling the town. If not they will look outside the current ranks.

A Harbor Beach man was arraigned Friday on three assault related charges following an incident Thursday night that left one person injured. Huron County Prosecutor Tim Rutkowski says 34-year-old Fred Junior Tibbins faces two felony counts of Carrying a Weapon with Unlawful Intent and Felonious Assault, punishable for up to five years and four years respectively along with fines. He also faces a misdemeanor of and Assault and Battery, punishable for up to 93 days in jail. Harbor Beach Police were called to a residence on North Huron Avenue Thursday evening just before 10:30 in response to a reported assault. Tibbins had already left but shortly later, officers were called to a nearby business on the same street where Tibbins allegedly assaulted two more people with a pocket knife. One person suffered minor injuries. Officers eventually found him hiding in an alley near the business and took him into custody. Tibbins is being held on a $20,000 bond and has a preliminary hearing on Tuesday, November 20th.