Colorado City Police Department

  • Agency: Colorado City Police Department
  • Address: 201 W 3rd St, Colorado City, 79512 TX
  • Chief: Roy "Tinker" Owens (Chief of Police)
Phone: 325-728-5294
Fax: (325) 728-8492

Colorado City Police Department is located at 201 W 3rd St, Colorado City, 79512 TX. The Chief of Police of the department is Roy "Tinker" Owens. The Colorado City Police Department phone number is 325-728-5294.

Colorado City Police Department News

Picked this boy up in the 400 blk of pine. If he is yours, call the PD. 728-5294

Picked up this guy on w 6th. Has a black and red pinstriped collar. No tags. If he is yours, or if you know who he belongs to, call the Police Dept. 728-5294

The Colorado City Police Department is currently searching for Quinntel Lamar Emerson. Emerson is described as a black male, 5' 11", 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes and a date of birth of 11/5/1993 Emerson is wanted for a Probation Revocation warrant from the 32nd District Court. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Emerson are asked to contact the Colorado City Police Department at 325-728-5294.

Picked up in he 1200 block of Eastover. If she belongs to you, or you know who she belongs to, call the PD. 728-5294

This morning at 7:45am officers executed a search warrant at a residence in the 200 block of East 9th Street. With the assistance of Police K-9 Viper, Officers located several articles of narcotics paraphernalia. While no narcotics were located in the residence, three subjects who reside in the residence were identified and placed under surveillance in an attempt to locate narcotics distributors. This investigation is ongoing and charges are pending. Today's search warrant execution reinforces the Colorado City PD's dedication and efforts to combat the sale, possession and use of narcotics in Colorado City.

Just a reminder for the 4th of July season that the use, display or possession of fireworks inside of the City Limits is prohibited. Anyone violating the City Ordinance will be subject to citation and confiscation of all fireworks. Please have a safe July 4th.

The following information was obtained from the KTXS news app: The Taylor County Sheriff's Department is asking for help in locating a missing teen. The department issued the following press release: The Taylor County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help in locating a teenager reported missing on Sunday (6-30-13). His name is Jody Allen Niedecken, and he is 15 1/2 years old. He is a white male, with dark brown hair. He is approximately 5'10" tall, and weighs about 160 lbs. He was last seen in a residential area on the south side of Tye, wearing a gray "Aeropostale" T-shirt, dark blue jeans, white socks, and "Adidas" flip-flops. If you have information about the location of this young man, please contact the Taylor County Sheriff's Office at 325-674-1300.

On 6/19/2013 several calls were received from citizens who felt that they were the target of phone scams. One individual, believing she was helping a relative sent $1,000 to Mexico, later learning that the person who called was not her relative. Other individuals reported similar phone calls, but felt that something wasn't right and did not send money. To help avoid being a victim of telephone or other scams, the Police Department offers these helpful tips: - Ask for a call back number from the person calling. If you have caller ID, check the number given with the number they called from. - Check with other relatives who would know the individual. - Ask questions such as your grandmother's maiden name or how they are related to you. - If your told you owe money, ask the person to mail you the paperwork on the account. If it is a legitimate debt, they won't have a problem with your request. - Take any checks to a bank to have them verified. If you're asked to cash a check and keep a portion of the money as your fee, it's a scam. As always if you have a question, contact the Police Department. Scams usually originate from outside of the country, making tracing the origin nearly impossible and making prosecution even more difficult. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

On 6/12/2013 Lt. John Bivins responded to a motor vehicle crash at 5th and Hickory. During the investigation it was learned that a subject intentionally hit the other vehicle and left the scene. The suspect was identified and later arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second degree felony.

A high speed pursuit that began in Nolan County has ended in Mitchell County between Loraine and Colorado City.

Congratulations to all of the Mitchell County seniors who graduated this week. We hope everyone has a safe summer. Please remember when traveling, whether across town or across the country, always buckle up and obey traffic laws.

Thank you everybody who has visited and liked our page. We have some big plans for our page in the future. We hope to add a "Fugitive of the Week" and "CrimeStoppers" section to our page. If you have any suggestions please don't hesitate to leave us a comment.

Today begins National EMS week. We would like to say a huge "THANK YOU" to all of the members of Mitchell County EMS for their hard work and dedication as well as all EMS personnel for their personal sacrifices so they can help others.

These keys were found in the cemetery. If they are yours or you know who they belong to, please contact the Police Department at 728-5294.

This morning at approximately 11:30am, officers with the Colorado City Police Department executed a search warrant in the 700 block of East 7th recovering illegal narcotics and cash suspected to be from the sale of narcotics.

Today begins National Police Memorial Week. We would like to express our thanks and gratitude to those who choose to put their lives on the line each day to protect their communities. We would also like to express out deepest sympathy to the families of officers that have paid the ultimate sacrifice defending their communities from lawlessness and evil.

With the temperatures already reaching the high 80s and 90s, remember to never leave your children in a vehicle unattended. Criminal penalties can range from misdemeanors to felonies. If you observe children unattended in a vehicle, please call the Police Department or dial 911.

Don't forget to "like" our Animal Control page too!

We also cannot go without mentioning that this week is also National Nurse's week. A big "THANK YOU" to all of the nurses at Mitchell County Hospital, Valley Fair Lodge, Kristi Lee Manor, and any of the other nurses out there!

This week is Correctional Officers Memorial week. We would like to send out a heartfelt "THANK YOU" to all of the men and women of TDCJ, especially our Wallace and Ware Unit employees.

Thanks for checking out the OFFICIAL Facebook page of the Colorado City Police Department. Check in regularly for updates, events and important information. Also be sure to check out our Animal Control page for the latest on adoptable pets and tips on keeping your pets safe and healthy this summer.