Troy Police Department

  • Agency: Troy Police Department
  • Address: 500 W. Big Beaver Rd, Troy, 48084 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 248.524.3300
Fax: 248-524-9023
Email:

Troy Police Department is located at 500 W. Big Beaver Rd, Troy, 48084 MI. The Troy Police Department phone number is 248.524.3300.

Troy Police Department News

Today is Chief Mayer’s last day 😢 Thank you for your service, sir.

Best costumes ever — a pawfficer and an officer. #SchroederDragons

Wanted on suspicion of fowl play is this turkey stalking our parking lot. 🦃

Shhh. Pawfficer Donut is part of an important undercover operation. #PoliceCat

All the firefighter costumes were sold out. What do you think of this?

Halloween Safety Bash: If you are in line, thank you for your patience! We have plenty more candy and fun! 🎃👻 thank you!!!

Troy PD and Friends Halloween Safety Bash! From now until 8:30pm in our circle drive!! It’s a scary fun time here!!

Check it out! 💙

Scene from the Troy PD Halloween workshop. Join us tonight from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM for the Halloween Safety Bash. Free safety lights and much more 🎃

Pawfficer Donut visited the Children's Hospital of Michigan - Troy today and made new friends. #PoliceCat

Supplies needed to have fun at a police station: 1. K9, 2. Rope toy, 3. Wheelie chair. Follow steps below. #K9Eli #Friyay

On Sunday, 10/28, Big Beaver will be closed from Livernois to 1/4 mile west of Rochester from 8:15 am to 9:15 am for the Frightful 5K. Northbound and southbound Livernois will be closed at Big Beaver for the same duration.

Keep old drugs out of the wrong hands. Turn them in this Saturday from 10am-2pm at Kroger, 2105 W. South Blvd/Crooks. You can also turn them in at the Troy PD lobby daily.

This week we are focusing on school bus safety. We WILL be writing tickets to those that violate school bus laws. Please stop for the big yellow vehicles when their red lights are flashing.

Chief Mayer may be retiring soon, but not before spending some time with Pawfficer Donut. Donut considers herself a special advisor to the Chief. We are so thankful for a Chief that supports pawsitive community relations. #PoliceCat #BestChief

If your grandchild calls asking for money to get out of jail AND you don’t have a grandchild, it’s probably a scam. If you do have a grandchild in jail, consider letting them stay there to think over their bad choice. Either way, iTunes gift cards are not accepted for bail. Unfortunately, this is a common scam. Scammers can be very convincing, so please be on guard.

HAVENs new Pet Center is Pawfficer approved! Many domestic violence victims don’t want to leave their pets behind, so they don’t leave. That’s why the Pet Center was built. #PoliceCat #DVAM

Yesterday afternoon, the Flagstar Bank at Big Beaver and Alpine was robbed by a female suspect. The same suspect is believed to have been involved in several similar incidents in other jurisdictions yesterday. We are partnering with other agencies on this investigation. Please check media outlets and back here for future updates.

Be safe and be seen by wearing reflective clothing while running or walking outside. We’re handing out these pawsome reflective tags for kids to attach to their jackets or backpacks. Get one at the TPD Halloween Safety Bash on 10/29 at 5:30 PM. Quantities limited. #PoliceCat

HALLOWEEN SAFETY BASH: We're expecting a huge turnout this year and need help from local businesses and community groups. We will also be passing out FREE safety lights and other TPD items to the first 1000 kids. BUT, we also need lots of candy. We are asking for donations of Walmart, Target or Kroger gift cards to help with the candy purchase. THANK YOU for your consideration. No cash or checks please. Please contact Sgt. Meghan Lehman, brodericme@troymi.gov for more information.

Pawfficer Donut wants you to drive safe & sober this weekend. This is her “I’m not joking around” face. #PoliceCat 🏈🎃🍁

Domestic violence touches all communities and people from all walks of life. Take a stand. #DVAM

FORMER AVONDALE TEACHER ARRAIGNED ON SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES TROY, MI – Today, 47 year old Aaron Donaghy was arraigned on three counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct at 52-4 District Court. The charges stem from incidents that occurred in Troy from approximately 1999 to 2000 when Donaghy was a teacher at Avondale High School. At the time of the alleged incident, the victim was a 15 year old female student at Avondale High School. Donaghy was 27 years old and a teacher at Avondale High School. Donaghy received a $75,000 personal bond and is restricted from contact with the victim and any children under 18 years old. The incidents occurred at Donaghy’s former residence, an apartment in the area of Coolidge and Maple in Troy. Donaghy is not currently teaching at Avondale High School, and was placed on leave. ###

HOME DEPOT SAFETY DAY at 1177 Coolidge! Come join the fun until 12pm!

TROY WALMART ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECTS ARRAIGNED, Suspects that Led Officers on Residential Chase Charged TROY, MI – Today, two armed robbery suspects were arraigned on charges related to a robbery that occurred on October 2 at approximately 4:30 p.m. at the Troy Walmart, 2001 W. Maple. Chay Ryan Beckett was arraigned on charges of armed robbery, flee and elude, home invasion and two counts of malicious destruction of police property. Christina Maria Vlaz was arraigned on a charge of armed robbery. The incident began when Beckett and Vlaz were trying to steal several televisions at Walmart. When store employees approached the pair to stop them, Beckett pointed a gun at the employees. Troy officers located the suspects in the parking lot in a silver Honda Civic. Beckett, the driver, rammed one of the police vehicles and fled into Clawson. As Troy officers pursued Beckett, Vlaz jumped out of the car on Langley east of Crooks and ran. Officers attempted to block the suspects’ car at this time. Beckett pulled away, however, and the car collided with a patrol car. Beckett continued to flee through the residential area. One of the officers again tried to stop Beckett by pulling in front of his car. Beckett slowed, left the car in drive and jumped out on foot. The suspect’s vehicle collided with the patrol car. Beckett then entered a house on Bywood and ordered the female resident to turn over her car keys to him. The resident did not know Beckett or permit him into her home. Troy and Clawson officers surrounded the house. Officers were able to guide the resident to safely leave the home. Beckett then exited the house and was taken into custody without further incident. The Royal Oak PD K9 responded to the area and located Vlaz hiding. Vlaz was taken into custody without further incident. According to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Beckett is under investigation for possible involvement an armed robbery that occurred on September 30 at approximately 4:46 p.m. at a Walmart located in Rochester Hills. In that incident, the suspect attempted to steal several TVs from Walmart with a different accomplice. When approached by store employees, the suspect lifted his jacket exposing a black semi-automatic handgun which was tucked into his waist band. Beckett and Vlaz are also under investigation for possible involvement in defrauding an innkeeper, also on September 30. At 10:30 a.m., the suspects reportedly ordered food from a Big Boy in Orion Township. When the food was delivered, the suspects reportedly got up with their plates of food in hand and left the restaurant without paying. The previously described crimes that occurred in Rochester Hills and Orion Township are under investigation by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. Both suspects are currently being held at the Oakland County Jail on the Troy and Clawson charges. Beckett was denied bond and Vlaz received a bond of $250,000 cash/surety. The safe resolution of the Troy and Clawson incidents, along with the successful apprehension of both suspects, is the result of teamwork between the Troy Police Department, Clawson Police Department and Royal Oak Police Department. The Troy Police Department wishes to extend gratitude to both Departments. ###