Warrior Police Department

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Chief : Scott Praytor

Operating as usual

Photos from Warrior Fire Department's post
12/22/2021

Photos from Warrior Fire Department's post

12/09/2021

Tonight at 7:00 parade start!

For participants line up is at 5:45

Refer earlier post for details!

City of Warrior Alabama
Warrior Police Department

12/09/2021

📢Christmas Parade Update📢

We hope to see you tonight!

City of Warrior Alabama
Warrior Police Department

12/06/2021

Update: The interstate has been cleared and all lanes of traffic are now open.

I-65 Southbound between the 284 and the 282 is completely closed due to a traffic accident. Please find an alternate route. We will update you when it reopens.

12/04/2021

📢Attention📢
There was a slight change in the parade route. The parade will now turn off Main Street onto Church Street!

We hope to see you this coming Thursday night for our annual Christmas parade! Take note of the route and plan accordingly for road closures prior to the parade start. The parade starts at 7pm!
Merry Christmas! 🎄🎁

City of Warrior Alabama
Warrior Police Department

11/03/2021

All shifts will be performing hydrant testing and maintenance this month. Please use caution if you see us out.

10/09/2021

One week after being shot in the line of duty, we’re so very thankful to see Warrior Police Detective Lee Glenn out of the hospital! Continued prayers for Detective Glenn!

(📸: Tim and Jessica Evans)

UPDATE: The suspect in this theft has been positively identified and is currently in custody. Formal felony charges fort...
05/18/2021

UPDATE: The suspect in this theft has been positively identified and is currently in custody. Formal felony charges forthcoming.

On 5/11/2021 a Jefferson County school bus was stolen from Main Street in Warrior. The stolen bus was eventually recovered in Birmingham. The subject in the listed pictures is the suspect in this theft. If you can identify this suspect, please contact Sgt. Tim Evans with Warrior Police Department at 205-647-0521. You can also message us any information via Facebook messenger. Thanks!!

All 3 storm shelters in Warrior are open. Please stay weather aware of potentially dangerous storms and possible tornado...
03/17/2021

All 3 storm shelters in Warrior are open. Please stay weather aware of potentially dangerous storms and possible tornadoes which will be approaching our area today and throughout this evening.

Attention: All 3 storm shelters are now OPEN in the City of Warrior.
Warrior Police Department

Shelter locations in the City:
-309 Trafford Road

-600 Highway 31

-140 Cane Creek road (at the armory)

* NO pets are allowed in the shelters other than service animals.

One year ago today Kimberly Police Officer Nick O'Rear was murdered in the line of duty. May his service and ultimate sa...
02/05/2021

One year ago today Kimberly Police Officer Nick O'Rear was murdered in the line of duty. May his service and ultimate sacrifice never be forgotten.

On this day one year ago, Officer Nick O’Rear of Kimberly was shot and killed during a vehicle pursuit on I-65 near Old U.S. Highway 31 at about 10:00 pm last night.

An officer with the Warrior Police Department had initiated the pursuit when he attempted to conduct a traffic stop. Office O'Rear responded to assist in the pursuit when the man opened fire, striking him. Officer O'Rear's vehicle then crashed nearby. He was transported to UAB Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds at 1:15 am.

The suspect fled and was later taken into custody in Walker County near Dora. The suspect was charged with capital murder.

Officer O’Rear had served with the Kimberly Police Department for one year and had previously served with the Ashville Police Department. He is survived by his two children, and a third child he was expecting. Please keep the O’Rear family and the City of Kimberly in your prayers.

02/02/2021

Please consider helping our neighbors in Fultondale in any way that you can.

01/26/2021

🚨Current Needs🚨
Dust pans
Brooms
Storage totes(all sizes)
Bed pads
Batteries
Shovels
Rakes
Roofing tacks
Hammers
Lanterns/flashlights
Bungee cords
Work gloves
Laundry baskets
Dryer sheets
Ensure
Reading glasses

Update: We have plenty of water. We have a need for flashlights, batteries, work gloves, tarps, hygiene products.

The City of Warrior Alabama is collecting items to assist those in and around the Fultondale area after a tornado caused major damage. You can drop off these items at Warrior Fire Station before Sunday. Kimberly Fire Department is assisting with donations and transportation of items collected. Items will be collected now through Sunday January 31.

01/26/2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with our friends and neighbors in Fultondale during this tragic time.

01/14/2021

Sunset this evening over the Hallmark farm in North Jefferson County... from @The_snake10

01/13/2021

It is a somber Wednesday as we remember the great sacrifice of our Sergeant Wytasha Carter. Sgt. Carter was shot and killed in the line of duty on January 13, 2019 while investigating car burglaries. This great loss has been felt by the Birmingham Police Department and the community ever since. Please join us in remembering him and his family today, and thanking him for his service.

Thank you to all our Brothers and Sisters in blue!
01/09/2021

Thank you to all our Brothers and Sisters in blue!

Thank you to all our Brothers and Sisters in blue!

12/28/2020

Outstanding job today by Fultondale Officer John Tanks, who risked his own life to save the life of another. We are very proud of John, not only for his work as a police officer but also for the work he does as a councilman on the Warrior City Council.

12/23/2020

Christmas Eve we will start at 4:30 this is the tentative schedule. Be listening for the firetruck around that time! 🚒🎄🎅🏻

12/13/2020

Following an extensive investigation, officers from Warrior Police Department with assistance from Kimberly Police Department executed a search warrant today at 1065 Coaldale Road in Warrior. Prior to executing the search warrant, Warrior Police Department had obtained felony arrest warrants for three different individuals for Unlawful Distribution of a Controlled Substance who had previously sold narcotics out of the residence.

After officers made entry into the residence, officers located one of the suspects who had outstanding felony warrants along with two other individuals that were subsequently charged with Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance (m**hamphetamine). Officers recovered m**hamphetamine, pills, a substantial amount of drug paraphernalia along with ma*****na. There are currently two suspects at large who have outstanding felony warrants for Unlawful Distribution of a Controlled Substance and we are actively attempting to locate them.

Warrior Police Department are putting drug dealers on notice, if you come to our city to sell your poison, we will find you and do our best to prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law.

12/11/2020

FLOOD YOUR FEED 🚨🚨🚨
The Jefferson County Coroner is asking for the publics help in contacting the family of James Michael Nibblett, 62.
Mr. Nibblett was found inside his residence on December 8, on the 600 block of Hilltop in Warrior, by Warrior Fire and Rescue. Authorities were summoned to the residence by the neighbors for a welfare check because the neighbors had not seen the decedent in a few days and were unable to get him to answer the door. In 2009 the decedent listed his address in the 2100 block of 10th Avenue South Birmingham.

The coroner’s office is requesting that family or anyone with knowledge of family to please contact the Jefferson County Coroner/Medical Examiner’s Office at 205-930-3603.

12/10/2020

Thanks to our sponsor businesses on the toy drive: piggly wiggly, Brads pool, ace hardware, Napa, whites Automotive Warrior pharmacy and R&R drug and novia Y’all rock

12/10/2020

We started giving out the toy drive toys yesterday and everyone was so appreciative with big hugs and a few tears. We ended up helping approximately 60 children this year. Looking forward to doing it again. Thanks everyone for the help

12/05/2020

I want to thank everyone that came out for the car show. We had a lot of donations and it was good to see everyone enjoy themselves. Looking forward to doing this again in the future.

Remember the toy drive and car show in down town warrior tomorrow from 9 until 1. All donations will go to benefit child...
12/04/2020

Remember the toy drive and car show in down town warrior tomorrow from 9 until 1. All donations will go to benefit children of Warrior. We will have not only antique cars but vendors and food trucks along with a photograph taking Christmas pictures to be purchased. No better way to get in the spirit of Christmas than to give and make a difference in a child’s life. Photographer in the venue will be Katie Williams

Remember the toy drive and car show in down town warrior tomorrow from 9 until 1. All donations will go to benefit children of Warrior. We will have not only antique cars but vendors and food trucks along with a photograph taking Christmas pictures to be purchased. No better way to get in the spirit of Christmas than to give and make a difference in a child’s life. Photographer in the venue will be Katie Williams

Talk of Alabama | Toys for the Blue - Warrior Police Department | 12.4
12/04/2020
Talk of Alabama | Toys for the Blue - Warrior Police Department | 12.4

Talk of Alabama | Toys for the Blue - Warrior Police Department | 12.4

ABC 33/40 in Birmingham, Alabama offers news, sports, and weather reporting for the surrounding communities including Tuscaloosa, Anniston, Cullman, Gadsden, Talladega, Sylacauga, Carbon Hill, Jasper, Hoover, Bessemer, Vestavia Hills, Alabaster, Trussville and Homewood.

Main Street in warrior.  Don’t forget.  Registration starts at 7
12/01/2020

Main Street in warrior. Don’t forget. Registration starts at 7

Main Street in warrior. Don’t forget. Registration starts at 7

11/25/2020

Warrior police department is taking applications for part time police officer and part time dispatch. Must be able to to work any shift. Apply at warrior police station

11/25/2020

Don’t forget we are hosting a toy drive for the children of Warrior. We are accepting donations at the police department Please come out and support with a donation. And the cruise in will be December 5. Downtown Warrior.

11/24/2020

Looking for some vendors for the December 5 car show in warrior. Please contact Sgt Tanguy at 205-647-0521 as soon as possible to reserve a spot

Warrior police department working hard to keep drugs out of our community. 64 grams of m**h and a couple grams he**in ta...
11/21/2020

Warrior police department working hard to keep drugs out of our community. 64 grams of m**h and a couple grams he**in taken off the streets today. Way to go team.

Warrior police department working hard to keep drugs out of our community. 64 grams of m**h and a couple grams he**in taken off the streets today. Way to go team.

11/20/2020

Don’t forget about the toy drive hosted by Warrior police dept. donations can be dropped off at warrior police station. Cruise in will be December 5 call and let us know your entering a car. Any questions contact Sgt Tanguy warrior police dept 205-647-0521

11/19/2020

We need your help to make the toy drive s success. We are asking that you make a donation to help local children for Christmas

11/19/2020

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Thoughts and prayers for Warrior PD Det.Glenn and his family. Your neighbors in Gdale are behind you 100% for a complete recovery
So we tend to always post the bad things that our law enforcement officers do but I could not let another day go by without thanking the wonderful officers of the Warrior AL Police Department for assisting me . So last week I got off of work early and decided to log into my Part time job as a Lyft driver well needless to say it was super busy.So by 8:45pm this was to be my last ride it was to pick up an elderly passenger from Grandview Hospital in Bham and drop him off in Gardendale AL 32 miles away ( but I was thinking this is cool since I live in Adamsville I can go on home after dropping him off). Well I get to the destination and it was a closed store on the darkest part of hwy 31 and the passenger began yelling this is an old address ( you see the hospital set up his ride and apparently used an old address) he kept trying to say he lives just a mile up the road in WARRIOR which I am thinking is more than a mile up the road if we are in Gardendale but I needed an address and the sweet passenger is DEAF so I am trying to get him to understand I need HIS address was finally able to get him to show me a utility bill with his address and it was 6 miles up the road as we are driving he began yelling and screaming this is not the way to his house , where are you taking me , I was almost in tears because I knew he was scared..I pulled over called 911 and a sweet dispatcher was able to patch me over to Warrior PD , they were so patient , guided me to a gas station where 2 kind officers came and met me ,guided me to his home and actually helped the sweet guy along with his belongings into his apartment and made sure he got in .... That act of kindness of warms my heart ..thank you WARRIOR PD you rock!!
I would like to thank the Warrior Police Department for ALL there support for our Youth League Sports. They are ALWAYS a call away or right there when we are playing different parks at home. There presence deter a lot of issues that we could possibly have at these ball games. That is VERY huge considering what this world has come to. Once again, thank you for ALL you do and it does NOT go unnoticed. GO INDIANS🏈🏀⚾️🥎
Power Keeps going out in the Radford area. Saw a huge white light outside about 45 minutes ago and the power on the block flashed 3 times- now the whole block is out of power... is everything okay??
Great to see a WPD page!