Naples Texas Police Department

Naples Texas Police Department The Naples Police Department serves the community of Naples, Texas.

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The Naples Police Department has signed up for a program known as the Texas LESO program (formerly known as the 1033 pro...

The Naples Police Department has signed up for a program known as the Texas LESO program (formerly known as the 1033 program.) This program allows us access to surplus equipment from the Department of Defense at no cost to the city.
We have recently procured a digital smart board and a power point projector to be used for training purposes. This equipment was picked up at the Red River Army Depot at no cost to the City of Naples. According to the paperwork that came with the equipment it would have cost the city approximately $10,500 to purchase these items new. --Chief Hogg


Recent arrests include: One person for unauthorized use of a vehicle and another individual (in an unrelated case) for aggravated kidnapping, assault causing bodily injury to family or household member and terroristic threat of family or household member and a parole violation warrant.


Naples PD was involved in a pursuit that began on Hwy 338. The pursuit went north to highway 77 and turned east towards Atlanta reaching speeds well in excess of 100 mph. Shortly thereafter the vehicle being pursued caught fire and came to a stop. The driver has been placed under arrest and will be taken to the Morris county jail.

Pewitt School now has it's own Police Department. I am glad that the Naples Police Department could be a part of getting...

Pewitt School now has it's own Police Department. I am glad that the Naples Police Department could be a part of getting them up and running. The safety of our school children is of the utmost importance. We wish Chief Steve Anderson all the best and we are ready and willing to help if there is ever a need. Chief Chris Hogg.


One subject arrested on Locust Street for Injury to a child (F3) and Criminal Trespassing of a habitation. (MA)


One arrested on Baker Street for a Warrant out of Abilene TX and possession of dangerous drugs.


Late post: One person was arrested at the Naples Apartments on a Dallas County warrant for possession of a controlled substance over four grams under 200 grams.


Community Camera Program

Do you currently utilize private video surveillance at your home or business? If you do, we'd like to hear from you.

Video surveillance is one of the best methods for apprehending criminals and convicting suspects who are caught in the act of committing a crime. Installing video surveillance is a great example of community-police partnerships and is something we highly value as a police agency serving our community.

How does it work?

Many business owners and residents currently operate surveillance systems at their businesses and/or homes. As crimes occur nearby, they are not always aware that their system may have captured information that could help solve the crime, thus keeping our communities safer. In turn, the police are also not always aware who may have this potentially vital information.

The Naples Police Department is asking residents and businesses in our jurisdiction to register their privately owned surveillance camera systems. As the Police Department responds to criminal incidents in our community, we may be able to use the information or footage gathered from the security cameras to assist in the apprehension and prosecution of the criminals involved.

What are the benefits?

By registering with us, we can quickly identify nearby cameras that may have captured criminal activity. After registering your camera, you would only be contacted by the Naples Police Department if there is a criminal incident in the vicinity of your security camera. Police personnel, if necessary, may request to view your camera footage in order to assist in the investigation. Make your neighborhood an undesirable place for criminals to commit crimes and help keep your entire community safe!


The Naples Police Department is committed to making Naples a safe place for people to live and work. If you would like to tell us that you have video surveillance and allow officers to contact you, if necessary, we kindly ask that you let us know by sending a message to our page or calling the Police Department at 903-897-5321..

Information provided to the Naples Police Department regarding your camera systems will be for official use only.

Thank you, Chief Chris Hogg

Special thanks to Jason Thompson and the partners at Spring Market who pitched in to purchase cases of bottled water and...

Special thanks to Jason Thompson and the partners at Spring Market who pitched in to purchase cases of bottled water and some snacks for the Naples Police Department. Your support for our officers is awesome!


Corey Neal, I think your horse is out again. He's in the same place you went to get him last time.


Regarding the crash in front of Spring Market on Saturday, if any of you have photos or videos from the scene and you'd be willing to share them with us, we would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.


Officers will be in the area of the Spring Market working on the investigation into Saturdays fatal crash. Please use caution driving in this area. Thank you. Chief Hogg.

Food for thought.

Food for thought.


One vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 77 and Wheatville Road. Emergency crews are on scene. please use caution if you're driving in this area. Chief Hogg


To all citizens in Naples and/or Morris county. The Naples Police Department and its officers are not in anyway associated with the activities of Justice Hill (Aka Justice Evans) Nor are we involved with raising money for or starting any type of sports team. If you are approached by anyone raising money for basket ball jerseys or related equipment, IT IS A SCAM. Please do not give them your hard earned money. Many of you will remember, about a year ago, there was a group who was going around selling raffle tickets for the King's and Queens basketball team in Naples. That was a scam, this is the same individual.


There are two conditions that create a crime. They are: Desire and Opportunity. It is relatively difficult to change a persons desires, but you can reduce their opportunities pretty easily. Here's some things for you to consider.
Light is a deterrent. Leave your porch lights on. If you own a business, leave a light on inside so officers can see inside when they are patrolling. Add additional lighting as needed. LED bulbs can provide a lot of light for pennies on the dollar as compared to old incandescent lights.
If your home or business has security lights/street lights that have been put up by your electric provider, make sure they're working. You're paying for those lights even if they're not working, so you should get them fixed, it costs the same.
Invest in a monitored alarm system. Make sure you get a certificate to send to your insurance company. Many insurance companies offer discounts that may offset or completely cover the cost of monitoring the alarm.
Invest in a good camera system. A good video can be priceless when it comes to catching and prosecuting the bad guy. Lorex has a four camera system for sale on their website in the $200 range.
Pay attention to your surroundings. Avoid distractions like talking on your phone when your walking to your vehicle, especially at night. Criminals aren't looking for a fight. They're looking for a victim. Don't be a victim.
Those of you who close stores and restaurants at night, call for an officer to come by and check on you. Ask them to escort you to your vehicle.
Lock your vehicles. Hide your valuables. Stop leaving your keys in the ignition. Ladies, stop leaving your purses in your car. You're asking for trouble.
Keep your shrubs and trees trimmed so criminals have fewer places to hide.
Post your address numbers where they can be seen from the road, preferably out by the street with reflective lettering/numbers.
Remember: The two conditions that create a crime are "Desire and Opportunity."
I hope this gives you some ideas to work on.
Sincerely, Chief Chris Hogg


On the afternoon of August 4th between the hours of 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. we had a business and a residence on the southwest side of the city struck by gunfire. The business and the residence were occupied at the time. If you have any information as to who may have been firing a gun on that side of town around that time please contact the Naples Police Department. Thank you. Chief Chris Hogg.
P.S. if you have property located in the area of West front Street, Martin Street, or Hilltop drive you should inspect your property for damage. If you find any damage please contact the Naples Police Department. Thank you.


I feel there is a lot of confusion relating to the mask order that went into effect today. Per Governor Abbot, 20 active cases is the magic number. Today, Morris county climbed to 21 active cases, which, per the governor, makes masks mandatory for everyone in Morris County in public places until we drop back to 20 or fewer cases of Covid-19.
With that in mind, per the original governor's order, there are 11 exceptions to the mask requirement. If you are not wearing a mask, the Naples Police Department will assume that you have met one or more of the eleven exceptions.
There are a few issues with the order. Lets look at exception #2 as an example, Exception number 2 excuses, "any person with a medical condition or disability that prevents wearing a face covering..." With this exception, the Naples Police Department cannot, legally, ask you to disclose, what your medical condition or disability is. If you state you have a medical condition or disability, we, by law, can go no further.
Please understand, if you meet any of the 11 exceptions, it is your prerogative whether or not you wear a mask.
In addition, page 3 of the governor's executive order (GA-29) states: "But No law enforcement or other official may detain, arrest or confine in jail a person for a violation of this order."
By my understanding, this order, as it is written, is not enforceable.
That said, it is important for you to understand that a business can require you to wear a mask upon entering their business. They do have the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason. So if you are not wearing a mask and you are asked to leave a business, you have to leave. Refusing to leave when asked by a business owner or his/her authorized agent is a crime.
Again, as for the Naples Police Department, if you are not wearing a mask, we will be assume you have met one of the eleven exceptions.
I can only speak for the Naples Police Department, this in no way reflects or implies that other Law Enforcement agencies in Morris county have the same views.
Members of the Naples Police Department may or may not be wearing a mask at all times, because they may have met one of the eleven exceptions.
I appreciate your understanding.
Chief Chris Hogg

Morris County Judge

Morris County Judge

COVID-19 update for Wednesday, July 22nd

68 cumulative cases
49 recoveries
19 active cases

Please take appropriate precautions. Wash your hands often, remain at home when you are not feeling well, avoid crowds, and wear a mask when you cannot properly social distance.

Thank you,

Doug Reeder
Morris County Judge


One male subject arrested on Johnson Street for assault causing bodily injury/family violence.


Naples PD and MCSO coordinated and arrested a male subject in Naples on a motion to revoke probation warrant.

Tri-County Press

Tri-County Press

Shooting still under investigation in Mount Pleasant
The Mount Pleasant Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying suspect(s) involved in a recent shooting.
Dispatchers received a 911 call July 7 at 11:12 p.m. from the 300 block of Lakewood Drive that multiple rounds were heard fired from a gun. Several more calls were also made reporting shots fired in the area.
While officers were responding to the scene, a call was received from Titus Regional Medical Center that a subject had arrived there at the hospital in a private vehicle with a gunshot wound to the head.
Officers arrived at The Lakewood Apartments, the scene of the shooting, to find multiple shell casings and several vehicles that had been damaged by gunfire.
Upon further investigation, it was determined that Elijah Boyd, 21, of Mount Pleasant had been shot once in the jaw area and had sustained non-life-hreatening injuries during the shooting.
The case remains under investigation. Anyone with information regarding this shooting is asked to contact Detective Palma at 903-575-4004 or the Northeast Texas Area CrimeStoppers at 903-577-TIPS (8477). Callers will remain anonymous.


Naples PD was dispatched to the 100 BLK of Walker drive in reference to missing children. The children were located and are ok.


Naples PD was dispatched to the Country Express in reference to a man "inside the store with a gun." It turned out to be a water gun that a man had taken inside the store to show a friend.


John Wayne said it best. "Life is hard. It's a whole lot harder if you're stupid."


Jeremy Byrd was located in Naples and arrested on warrants for Failure to identify and tampering with a government record.


There is alot of confusion relating to the new Executive order (pertaining to COVID-19) issued by the Governor yesterday, which went into effect today.
It is my understanding that the order will not be in affect in Morris County because we have fewer than 20 active cases of Corona at this time.


Naples PD was dispatched to the 100 block of Patterson in reference to a man with a gun threatening to shoot his wife.


Naples PD received a report of and is investigating possible animal cruelty.


Naples PD received a report of a person trespassing at the Naples Apartments. The person was not there when police arrived.


Naples PD responded to a disturbance in the 200 block of Wilder, one person was arrested for two counts of assault causing bodily injury to a family or household member.


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