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Columbus Police Department is located at 605 Spring St, Columbus, 78934 TX. The Columbus Police Department phone number is 979-732-3351.
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Join us in praying for our Brother, Fayette County Deputy CJ Lehmann. He needs our love and support. Please donate what you can & continue your prayers for Deputy Lehmann and his family.
CPD had a fantastic morning handing out candy to all the Kindergarten trick or treaters. 🍬 🎃 🍭
Attached you will find the first predicted Colorado River predictions by NOAA for Columbus going from now until early Monday morning. The projected peak of the level is predicted to be below 28 feet, which is below the action stage and well below the historical water levels, which are attached as well. We will be monitoring the values and if there is significant changes, we will notify our followers here and if needed in person. As of now these levels should not have any effect on the City of Columbus or it’s residents.
What a great package to receive today. Thank you for love and well wishes.
See y’all there come rain or shine!
A big shout out to the St. Paul Lutheran Church Fundraisers for the ohhh sooo fresh Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
**********Press Release************* The Columbus Police Department is pleased to announce that the person who made the threats towards a Columbus ISD student and who made comments about possessing a firearm has been detained. The Suspect will be charged with Terroristic Threat a 3rd degree felony. The Suspect is a juvenile and their name and identifying information will not be released. The Columbus ISD has been notified and anticipates resuming normal courses and activities tomorrow 09-25-18. This apprehension was a collaborative operation between the Colorado County Sheriff’s Office, the Colorado County Attorney’s Investigator, the FBI and the Columbus Police Department. The Columbus Police Department wants the public to know that we take threats against our community and schools seriously and we will not rest until these types of situations have been fully resolved. Thank you for your patience during the investigation of this threat.
Texas US Congressman Michael T McCaul stopped by for a visit today and helped sing happy birthday to Captain Wendy Alley. See the video in the comments for everyone singing happy birthday.
2018 Homecoming Parade & Bonfire Go Cardinals!
Sgt Lara and Cpl Weiser met with the US Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz, during a meet and greet at Schobel’s tonight.
On 09-08-18 at 12:21 am Columbus Police Department responded to the 700 block of Crockett St, in reference to shots being fired. After further investigation CPD met with 2 victims that had been bound and robbed of property and money at gun point by Reginald Romero Bursey B/M 06/11/1986. During the commission of the crime, Bursey stole the Victim’s car to flee the scene. The Victim’s car was later recovered at a motel in Houston. CPD obtained 2 warrants for Aggravated Robbery, a 1st Degree Felony for Bursey. The warrants were issued by Columbus Municipal Judge Leonard Peters and each have a recommended bond of $100,000. Bursey also has an active Parole Warrant for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Bursey is considered armed and dangerous. Bursey is a confirmed gang member of Houston’s 59 Piru street gang. During the investigation CPD discovered that Bursey has ties to Columbus, Schulenburg, La Grange, Houston, and Louisiana. Bursey has distinctive tattoos and markings on his face, neck and chest, as seen in the attached photograph. If anyone has information as to Bursey’s whereabouts, they are requested to contact the Colorado County Crime Stoppers (866)522-8477 to collect a cash reward if the information leads to his arrest.
Law Enforcement Officers from your Columbus Police Department, Colorado County Sheriff’s Office & Department of Public Safety joined the Columbus Elementary Students today for a Patriot Day Appreciation breakfast. Officers enjoyed welcoming the students as they arrived for school. We joined together for a moment of silence for the victims of 9/11 and said the pledge of allegiance with the staff and students. Never forget.
40th Annual Colorado County Fair Parade 🇺🇸
We copied this from the Chamber of Commerce because it looks educational and interesting.
This was our city’s situation exactly 1 year ago(08-29-17). We pulled together and made it through. C-Town Strong!!!
Big thank you to Vance Elliott with Farmers Insurance for the donation of two additonal window tint meters. These tint meters are a helpful tool with traffic enforcement and will be placed on patrol with our officers very soon. note: Windows directly to the right or left of the driver must allow more than 25% of light in to be legal.
Thank you to the Moore family for the container of Hawaiian chocolates. They won’t go to waste around here.
Columbus Police would like to introduce our newest honorary officer Case Beken. Case has always wanted to be in public service to help others, but due to medical issues his progress in achieving his life goals have been blocked. Colorado County EMS took Case to meet with Houston Fire and brought him by to see us. He was presented with his honorary police officer certificate, authentic Columbus PD badge, a shirt and hat with the same logos and name as the officers wear on duty (big shout out to Crissy Spalek for making the hat and shirt) and the thin blue line flag that CPD flies during Police Week at City Hall.
Chief Edman attended a meeting for Police Chiefs at Ryan Patrick US Attorney for the Southern District of Texas to discuss issues concerning law enforcement with US Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
What a great turn out for the Anti-Bullying Lunch and Learn today. Remember to be mindful of how you treat & talk to others. Lets start this school year off right - with kindness!
We wanted to share this with our followers. We may never meet or cross paths with this thoughtful couple, but they have touched our hearts. We greatly appreciate the time, effort, and cost to do such an incredible thing. Thank you John and Barbara Giarretta!!!
Thank you B&D services for the cups with each officers name and our patch engraved on them.
Several bicycles have been abandoned in town recently. If you are missing a bicycle, please call us with a description of your missing bike, so we can get them returned to their owner.