Horizon City Police Department

Horizon City Police Department The Horizon City Police Department proudly serves a growing community in East El Paso County. Welcome to the official City of Horizon City Police Department page.
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The Horizon City Police Department makes every attempt to moderate all comments on a regular basis and cannot always respond in a timely manner to online requests for information. HCPD social media platforms are not intended to replace emergency communications. For immediate assistance please contact HCPD directly at 915-852-1047. TO REPORT EMERGENCIES PLEASE CALL 911. Comment Policy: 1. As a public entity the City must abide by certain standards to serve all its constituents in a civil and unbiased manner. 2. The intended purpose for establishing the Town of Horizon City social media sites is to disseminate information from the City, about the City, to its citizens. 3. Comments containing any of the following inappropriate forms of content shall not be permitted on the Town of Horizon City social media sites and are subject to removal and/or restriction by the Public Information Officer or his/her designee: a. Comments not related to the original topic, including random or unintelligible comments; b. Profane, obscene, violent, or pornographic content and/or language; c. Content that promotes, fosters or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, or national origin; d. Defamatory or personal attacks; e. Threats to any person or organization; f. Comments in support of, or in opposition to, any political campaigns or ballot measures; g. Solicitation of commerce, including but not limited to advertising of any business or product for sale; h. Conduct in violation of any federal, state or local law; i. Encouragement of illegal activity; j. Information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems; or k. Content that violates a legal ownership interest, such as a copyright, of any party. 4. A comment posted by a member of the public on any Town of Horizon City social media site is the opinion of the commentator or poster only, and publication of a comment does not imply endorsement of, or agreement by, the Town of Horizon City, nor do such comments necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of the Town of Horizon City. 5. The Town of Horizon City reserves the right to deny access to Town of Horizon City social media sites for any individual, who violates the Town of Horizon City Social Media Policy, at any time and without prior notice.

Operating as usual

***BOLO***SUBJ: CLAUS, SANTA• WANTED BY NORTH POLE POLICE DEPARTMENT• WANTED FOR BREAKING AND ENTERING – BOND $1,000,000...
12/25/2020

***BOLO***

SUBJ: CLAUS, SANTA
• WANTED BY NORTH POLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
• WANTED FOR BREAKING AND ENTERING – BOND $1,000,000
• HEIGHT: 6’2
• WEIGHT: 350
• WHITE HAIR
• TWINKLING BLUE EYES
• LSW: RED AND WHITE COAT, RED AND WHITE PANTS, BLACK BELT, BLACK BOOTS
• VEH: RED OPEN SLEIGH / 28: N-O-E-L
• LAST KNOWN DOT TOWARDS HORIZON CITY, TEXAS

12/16/2020
Gold Out El Paso

Hello Horizon City Family! We just wanted to let you know of the toy donation drop box located inside Horizon Star Bakery. Please consider dropping off a toy to add a little joy to a child’s Christmas. Donations are being collected by GOLD OUT EL PASO, check out their page on the link below!

Stay safe and Happy Holidays!

This page is to bring awareness that kids get cancer too and hopes that we can turn the city of El Paso Gold for the month of September. Childhood cancer not only affects the child but the whole family.

These little guys have been spotted throughout our community. They play all sorts of pranks. This one took an ID card an...
12/05/2020

These little guys have been spotted throughout our community. They play all sorts of pranks. This one took an ID card and hid it from the officer!

12/1/2020Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Meeting on December 10, 2020FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEEl Paso City-County Office of Em...
12/01/2020
El Paso County Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

12/1/2020
Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Meeting on December 10, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

El Paso City-County Office of Emergency Management will hold a public meeting via webinar on Thursday, December 10th at 5:30 pm to gather public input for updating their Hazard Mitigation Plan. The Plan includes El Paso County, the cities of El Paso, San Elizario, and Socorro, and the towns of Anthony, Clint, Horizon City, and Vinton. The public is invited and encouraged to attend the meeting. Please register at the link below to participate in the webinar.

http://h2o.adobeconnect.com/mitigation_elpaso_publicmtg_12102020/event/registration.html

CALL-IN NUMBER: 800-832-0736, CODE: 2435805

The purpose of the public meeting is to provide a project overview from H2O Partners, Inc., consultant to the project, and solicit information from citizens. Public input will help the project team to analyze potential hazards affecting residents and recommend possible actions to reduce their impact. Hazards included are flood, dam failure, tornado, thunderstorm wind, drought, hail, wildfire, winter storm, earthquake, lightning, and extreme heat.

A public participation survey is available at: https://h2o.surveysparrow.com/s/elpaso-county-hazard-mitigation-plan/tt-19f9e9

The goal of the Hazard Mitigation Plan is to minimize or eliminate the long-term risk to human life and property from known hazards by identifying and implementing cost-effective mitigation actions. Mitigation is defined by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as sustained actions taken to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property from hazards and their effects.

Questions about the Hazard Mitigation Plan should be addressed to H2O Partners, Inc., planning consultants for El Paso City-County Office of Emergency Management; Attn: Heather Ferrara, Project Manager by email at [email protected].

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Although we are certainly looking forward to things going back to normal, we are thankful to serve this amazing communit...
11/26/2020

Although we are certainly looking forward to things going back to normal, we are thankful to serve this amazing community and we are especially privileged to have witnessed so many acts of kindness during this last year. From families sharing supplies, food, masks, to people just showing a bit more compassion for one another..... Thank you Horizon City!

10/17/2020
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County Judge Releases Updated Stay-at-Home Order

All Horizon City Parks Now Closed

With the increase of COVID-19 test results, the County Judge has issued additional rules as can be seen by clicking the following link.http://www.epcounty.com/documents/Amd.%202%20to%20Order%20No.%2011.pdf

All Horizon City parks are closed - In Horizon City, we have taken the additional action of closing all city parks until further notice.

Bike paths & walking trails - Bike paths and walking trails remain open.

Private residences

Only people actually living at a residence may be at the residence. This restriction also applies to the front yard and back yard.

No house parties.

Gyms remain open.

Indoor sporting events are suspended.

For additional details, be sure to read the entire order.

Michael McConnell – Chief of Police

10/05/2020

On the night of August 24, between the hours of 1200 am – 4 am, a suspect was able to enter the property on the 200 block of Tierra Linda, Horizon City, Texas, 79928

Home surveillance cameras captured the suspect entering the vehicle and appropriated high-priced sunglasses and miscellaneous electronics.

If you recognize the person in the video or if you have any information please call us at (915) 852-1047.

The Horizon High School JROTC kids are looking for your support. Please consider helping.  Have a safe week!
10/05/2020
Horizon High School JROTC 2020

The Horizon High School JROTC kids are looking for your support. Please consider helping. Have a safe week!

Show your support by sharing a link to this page or donating to the team.

Attention Community!We have received reports of a bunch of fake hundred dollar bills in the area of Horizon Mesa. If you...
09/19/2020

Attention Community!

We have received reports of a bunch of fake hundred dollar bills in the area of Horizon Mesa. If you find one please consider turning it in at the station or calling for a unit to go collect it.

09/12/2020

Expect delays on Horizon Blvd. as we will be shutting down lanes to accommodate a vehicle procession at 4pm. 9/12/20 @ 4pm. Use Eastlake or Darrington if possible.

Attention Community! COVID-19 Testing Info
09/02/2020

Attention Community!
COVID-19 Testing Info

HCPD detectives need your help. Burglary of Vehicle. The incident occurred on 06/18/2020 0430 – 0600 hrs., at 13600 Hori...
08/13/2020

HCPD detectives need your help. Burglary of Vehicle.

The incident occurred on 06/18/2020 0430 – 0600 hrs., at 13600 Horizon Blvd, Horizon City, Tx, 77928 located at the Hospital of Providence Horizon Campus.

The male had originally been spotted by a patrol officer at the Panda Express as a possible intoxicated/ sick/ injured person. Upon arrival Officers spoke to the White Male, thin, blonde hair, described to be 5’06” – 5”08 in height and possibly weighing at 150-160. He provided the name of Wayne Smith DOB:06/04/1988.

The male requested medical assistance and officers transported the person to the Providence Horizon Campus where Horizon Blvd and was admitted as a patient and after treatment was released by the medical staff.

When the person was released, he left on foot. The staff noticed through the monitors that the person was looking through the vehicles in the parking lot. He was approached by the medical staff at which time the male took off on foot.

The staff noticed two vehicles that had the doors open and the glove compartments ransacked. HCPD were called and later determined he was a suspect for Burglary of vehicle

If you recognize the person who could have burglarized hospital staff vehicles, please contact HCPD Detective Rodriguez at (915) 852-1047 reference Case# 20-06035

Located - Mr. Alvarado was located and has been taken to the hospital for evaluation. Thank you!
08/03/2020

Located - Mr. Alvarado was located and has been taken to the hospital for evaluation. Thank you!

Silver Alert Missing from Horizon CityUPDATE: Mr. Alvarado has been located and is now reunited with his family!
08/03/2020

Silver Alert Missing from Horizon City

UPDATE: Mr. Alvarado has been located and is now reunited with his family!

07/14/2020
06/22/2020
El Paso Shows Positive Testing TrendOfficials Promote Testing, Update Clusters DataEL PASO, Texas – The City of El Paso ...
06/09/2020

El Paso Shows Positive Testing Trend

Officials Promote Testing, Update Clusters Data
EL PASO, Texas – The City of El Paso has administered more than 43,800 COVID polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests meeting its 5 percent countywide testing goal two weeks ahead of schedule, and urges others in the community to get tested.
“Testing is crucial to help treat, isolate or quarantine people who are infected, which is why I was tested last week,” said El Paso Mayor Dee Margo. “I tested negative and encourage other members of our community to be tested.”
Health officials advised that test numbers correlate to specimens collected and tests administered by both public and private labs, a nominal amount of those includes individuals that were retested. Of the 6,294 test conducted by the DPH lab alone, about 180 were return-to-work retests of healthcare workers and first responders.
The El Paso City/County Local Health Authority Dr. Hector Ocaranza said testing also is of particular importance in the bigger public health picture on mitigation efforts, helping investigators determine the prevalence, impact of spread of COVID-19 and other important data gathered.
“Our testing strategy has been focused not just on testing a larger proportion of our community but also on the accessibility of testing sites,” Ocaranza said. “We know that with community spread of the virus everyone is at-risk or getting infected, therefore it is important to get tested if someone believes to have been exposed, with or without experiencing symptoms. Although our positivity rate of 7.87 percent indicates slow spread, this might change with increased testing efforts.”
For a complete listing of all the details for the public and private testing locations throughout the community click here or visit www.EPStrong.org.
At the ongoing request of Mayor Margo and the Office of Emergency Management, the Office of the Governor and the Texas Department of Emergency Management once again agreed to extend the testing in El Paso County.
The TMD-MTT testing locations are drive-thru and by appointment only. Persons are asked to make an appointment 24 hours prior to the testing date either online at www.TXCCOVIDTest.org or by calling (512) 883-2400.
Testing is free and available to members of the community with or without COVID-19 symptoms. Although not required for testing, signs and symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, chills, cough, fatigue, body aches, muscle or joint pain, shortness of breath, sore throat, headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, nasal congestion, and loss of taste and/or smell.

Come on by to meet your friendly IDEA Horizon Vista team!!  Apply and register for the upcoming school year. PreK, Kinde...
05/30/2020

Come on by to meet your friendly IDEA Horizon Vista team!! Apply and register for the upcoming school year. PreK, Kinder, 1st & 6th grade. Register and get a free Kona Ice treat!

Hello community! There were two more days added to the COVID-19 mobile testing in Horizon City. May 21 & 22 Please see t...
05/19/2020

Hello community! There were two more days added to the COVID-19 mobile testing in Horizon City.

May 21 & 22

Please see the flyers included in English and Spanish for more information.

It’s truly inspiring to see things like these throughout our community! Congratulations to Marivel Carmona and all the C...
05/16/2020

It’s truly inspiring to see things like these throughout our community! Congratulations to Marivel Carmona and all the Class of 2020!!!
❤️ 🎓 👍

Comment with your senior’s name or picture if you’d like so we can give them a little of the recognition that they deserve!

05/09/2020

For anyone graduating this year without the honor of commencement, whether high school or higher education with that taken from you by this poor excuse of a year.... Congratulations!!! You did it!!!

Horizon City Police Department's cover photo
05/09/2020

Horizon City Police Department's cover photo

05/08/2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Man Shot in the Arm – Juvenile charged with Aggravated Assault
May 8, 2020 – On Saturday, May 2, the Horizon City Department was notified by Del Sol
Hospital regarding an adult male who had been shot in the arm in Horizon City. HCPD
detectives investigated the case and determined the incident occurred in the parking lot
of the Peter Piper Pizza business located at 13800 Horizon Boulevard sometime Saturday
afternoon.

The investigators continued to follow leads in the case throughout the week resulting in
the identification of the alleged shooter. On May 6, a male juvenile (age 16) was detained
by HCPD detectives and transferred to the Juvenile Probation Department being charged
with Aggravated Assault. A second individual, Matthew Hernandez, age 17 of rural El
Paso County, was also charged with Aggravated Assault in connection to the incident and
transported and booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility.

Detectives believe this was a drug deal gone bad. The case remains under investigation,
and other charges may be forthcoming for other individuals who may have been involved.
The victim, in this case, suffered non-life threatening injuries and has since been treated
and released from the hospital.
HCPD was assisted by the El Paso County Sheriff's Office crime scene unit and the
Department of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).

05/02/2020

Mayor Ruben Mendoza speaks about COVID-19 Mobile testing which will be available in Horizon City on May 13, 2020.

COVID-19 Testing in Horizon City available on May 13th. Please look at the flyers for more information.
05/01/2020

COVID-19 Testing in Horizon City available on May 13th. Please look at the flyers for more information.

Thank you The Hospitals of Providence - Horizon City Campus for providing our officers with these nifty goodie bags.
04/24/2020

Thank you The Hospitals of Providence - Horizon City Campus for providing our officers with these nifty goodie bags.

04/22/2020
Person pulling on car doors.

Please remember to lock your car doors overnight and don’t leave anything expensive in there.

In this video clip we see cars that are getting their doors pulled on to see what goodies await for the thieves inside.

We would like to wish Alex, former HCPD explorer the best of luck as he takes his first steps into what will hopefully b...
04/20/2020

We would like to wish Alex, former HCPD explorer the best of luck as he takes his first steps into what will hopefully be a rewarding career in law enforcement.

⬛️🟦⬛️WELCOME TO THE FAMILY⬛️🟦⬛️

Our office would like to introduce our newest Deputy Sheriff to the community of Winkler County! Deputy Alejandro Espinoza is from El Paso and graduated the Basic Peace Officer Academy in December 2019. We are the first agency he is starting his peace officer career with and we are excited to have him! Wish him luck!!

UPDATE: these cuties have been reunited with their family!  Thank you community! A family looking to reunite with their ...
04/15/2020

UPDATE: these cuties have been reunited with their family! Thank you community!

A family looking to reunite with their fur babies asked us to share this. Please keep an eye out 👀

We would like to thank our communications team for all their hard work. They handle inbound calls to our station, outbou...
04/14/2020

We would like to thank our communications team for all their hard work. They handle inbound calls to our station, outbound calls to other agencies on behalf of our patrol officers, dispatch our officers through the radio as well as fire services in HC and the county..... and if that wasn’t enough, they are the friendly voices behind the window who tirelessly provide answers to people’s questions in our lobby. Thank you so much!

Happy Public Safety Telecommunicator’s Week!

UPDATE:  The suspect in the images already contacted the station. Thank you all for your comments and for sharing!Good M...
04/13/2020

UPDATE: The suspect in the images already contacted the station. Thank you all for your comments and for sharing!

Good Morning Community!!

We come to you once again after our investigators have exhausted all leads to uncover the identity of the female in these images which were taken from the security cameras at our local Peter Piper Pizza.

This happened during the month of February and the female in the images is seen claiming an iPhone from a PPP employee, which she didn't own.

If you know the identity of the person in the images please contact Detective Rodriguez at (915) 852-1047,
CASE# 20-02027.

Please do not attempt to confront the individual in the images in person.

04/08/2020

We would like to take a second to recognize X Cleaning Professionals for disinfecting emergency vehicles from throughout the El Paso region. What an awesome way to contribute to the safety of the men and women who continue responding to calls during this pandemic. Thank You!!

Horizon City Police Department's cover photo
04/06/2020

Horizon City Police Department's cover photo

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