Warrior Police Department

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Chief : Raymond Horn
Lt: Corey Archer

Operating as usual

City of Fultondale, Alabama

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

2/2/21 5:30pm update:

🧡 Our biggest need at this time is sponsors for hotel rooms and monetary donations. We have so many residents whose rooms are paid through until this weekend but will then face the uncertainty of where they will go from there. If it is possible please donate to this cause. Other monetary donations are appreciated as well! We are COMPLETELY STOCKED with all other needs!!!!! Y’all are absolutely amazing!!!!!!!

💙🧡💙 WE ARE CHECKING IDS AND VERIFYING ADDRESSES ON THE OFFICIAL LIST OF CONFIRMED STORM DAMAGED PROPERTIES!!!!! If your address/ ID is NOT on the official Jefferson County list of confirmed damaged you will be denied entry. 💙🧡💙

💙 Location for item pickup/ drop off of building supplies:
• 1390 Arwood Drive, Fultondale, 35068
Hours are 7:00am-6:00pm

🧡 Monetary donations like checks and gift cards MUST COME TO Fultondale City Hall!
• 1210 Walker Chapel Road, Fultondale, 35068
Hours are 8:00am- 4:30pm

💙 Showers and laundry facilities are at Fultondale United Methodist church (behind Jack’s hamburger). Closes at 7:00pm! ALL NEEDS ARE TAKEN CARE OF FOR YOU!!!! All types of toiletries, towels, washcloths, laundry detergent, dryer sheets, you name it!!!!

🧡 Fultondale First Baptist Church is open for clothing pick-ups
• 407 Main Street, Fultondale, 35068
Hours are 9:00am- 4:30pm

💙 WE NEED VOLUNTEERS!!!! Anyone who would like to help out please report to the distribution center on Arwood Drive.
We need help with loading and unloading, marking out barcodes, and sorting donations. Anytime you are free is fine. Doesn’t have to be all day. 7-6. DRESS WARM AND WEAR LAYERS!!! Also, bring markers to mark out barcodes if you can! We have several but definitely could use more!

🧡 Volunteer nurses are set up inside of Fultondale Senior Center located at Black Creek Park. They are available to anyone’s house needs medical attention. Hours are 9:00am-5:00pm

💙 Alabama Lions Sight is set up performing exams, prescriptions, glasses, and other eye care needs. They will be located at:
• Fultondale Senior Center.

🧡 The old HWY31 bridge near Black Creek Park is out of service indefinitely. Please find an alternate route.

💙 We are now requesting supplies that will be needed to begin rebuilding- ie lumber and such. Anything that can help that cause please take it to the 1390 Arwood Drive location.

🧡 Day passes are available at city hall. These are for residents and service crews that are out clearing land and cleaning up for free.

💙 Any questions not answered here please let me know. My cell is (205)602-0311. Texts preferred.


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

Fultondale Fire Department

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.

Fultondale Fire and Fultondale Police Department are on scene on a single vehicle wreck, overturned in the creek on Stouts Rd at Decatur Hwy north of Fulton Springs, with the assistance of Gardendale Fire and Rescue and Regional Paramedical Services, Inc. Ambulance. Occupant of vehicle was trapped in the water at time of arrival, occupant has since been extricated and transported to Hospital. Stouts road will be closed until vehicle is removed from creek by Hurst Towing , please stay clear of area until scene is cleared.
We would like to give a huge shout out to Fultondale PD's Officer Tanks on his valiant rescue efforts on this call. There is no doubt his actions helped save the occupant's life.


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 (methamphetamine). Officers recovered methamphetamine, 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.


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


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


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.

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

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

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Blount County Sheriff's Office

Blount County Sheriff's Office

We are asking for your help. If you have any information about a road rage incident that took place on 12-02-2020 between the hours of 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm in the Palmerdale area to First Baptist Church Remlap involving 2 white Dodge trucks and a Toyota 4 runner. The Toyota was driven by a white male. This road rage incident resulted in the death of one of the people involved. If you have any information please call the Blount County Sheriffs office at 205-625-4127.


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


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.


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


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


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


Applications for assistance with getting needy children Christmas toys can be picked up at warrior city hall


Update: Colton Tubbs who had previously been reported as missing to the Walker County Sheriffs Department has been located and arrested. Prior to his “disappearance”, felony arrest warrants were obtained for Tubbs by Warrior Police Department for Burglary and Theft of Property through The Jefferson County District Attorneys Office. Tubbs is currently in custody on felony charges at Walker County with holds at both Jefferson and Tuscaloosa Counties.


Warrior Police Department is in the process of planning a toy drive for Christmas to help needy children in our community. In so doing we are looking to plan a Cruise In with possibly some food vendors. If you’re interested please contact Sgt Tanguy at warrior police department 205-647-0521


Police department will be handing out candy at dispatcher office and the entrance to Cherokee Estates and Smith Glenn tonight starting at 5:30. Remember to watch out for children tonight and stay safe


215 Main St N
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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!