Warrior Police Department

Warrior Police Department Warrior Police Department and Jail Chief : Raymond Horn Lt: Corey Archer
(4)

Operating as usual

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 meth and a couple grams heroin ta...
11/21/2020

Warrior police department working hard to keep drugs out of our community. 64 grams of meth and a couple grams heroin taken off the streets today. Way to go team.

Warrior police department working hard to keep drugs off the streets of our community.  64 grams of meth and a couple gr...
11/21/2020

Warrior police department working hard to keep drugs off the streets of our community. 64 grams of meth and a couple grams of heroine 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
Arrest warrants for Burglary 3* and Theft of Property 1* were obtained by Warrior Police Department for Leonard Austin a...
11/18/2020

Arrest warrants for Burglary 3* and Theft of Property 1* were obtained by Warrior Police Department for Leonard Austin and Cindy Partain in connection with a burglary which occurred at a residence in Warrior recently. Please notify Warrior Police Department or Jefferson County Sheriffs Department if you know their whereabouts. Criminals be on notice, if you commit a burglary or theft in Warrior we will find you and we will prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law.

11/13/2020
11/13/2020

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

11/12/2020

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.

11/09/2020

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

10/31/2020

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

Colton McCoy Tubbs has been reported as missing to the Walker County Sheriff's Office having not been seen by family mem...
10/25/2020

Colton McCoy Tubbs has been reported as missing to the Walker County Sheriff's Office having not been seen by family members since 10/7/2020. However, Tubbs committed a burglary in Warrior on Saturday 10/17/2020, stealing several thousand dollars worth of the homeowners valuables. Warrior PD has obtained felony warrants for his arrest for Burglary and Theft of Property. Warrior PD as well as several other agencies are actively looking for Tubbs at this time. If you have any information on this subject please contact Sgt. Tim Evans at 205-647-0521.

UPDATE:Warrior Police Department recently posted pictures of a subject who committed a burglary in Warrior by forcing en...
10/22/2020

UPDATE:
Warrior Police Department recently posted pictures of a subject who committed a burglary in Warrior by forcing entry through the rear door of the residence and stealing several thousand dollars worth of valuables. Since that time we were able to positively identify the offender.

Today, we signed felony warrants with the Jefferson County District Attorneys Office for Colton McCoy Tubbs for Burglary of a residence, as well as First Degree Theft of Property. At this time Tubbs is still at large but we are attempting to locate him. If you know of Tubbs whereabouts please contact Sgt. Tim Evans at 205-647-0521 or your local police department.

Again, please let us know if you have any information on Tubbs as he has a reservation in his name at the Gray Bar Hotel.

Anyone with information concerning a burglary on Warrior Jasper Rd today or can identify the individual in photo please ...
10/17/2020

Anyone with information concerning a burglary on Warrior Jasper Rd today or can identify the individual in photo please contact warrior police or Jefferson county

Good work by all the agencies involved in the apprehension of this felon.
10/15/2020

Good work by all the agencies involved in the apprehension of this felon.

Wednesday afternoon, the Walker County Sheriff’s Office received a phone call from a woman stating that her car had been stolen from her residence in the Yerkwood community.

According to the caller, a woman was seen exiting the driver’s seat of a silver Chevrolet Impala then ran across the street to steal the caller’s Honda sedan. It would later be determined that the Impala was also stolen, and was registered to the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).

As Deputies were responding to the scene of the vehicle theft on Matthews Street, the suspect drove back to the scene, where Dora Police Officers were already searching and gathering information to assist Deputies.

The officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver fled—narrowly missing several officers as she sped away. The driver merged onto I22, where she would begin traveling East.

Walker County Deputy Mario Wilson was returning from transporting an inmate to an agency in Jefferson County, and was able to join the pursuit near the Adamsville exit.

The woman resisted the officer’s attempts to pull over, and was now being followed by the Walker County Sheriff’s Office, Dora Police Department, and the Adamsville Police Department.

She led police for almost 70 miles in the stolen vehicle, committing numerous traffic infractions along the way. The driver exited I22 and traveled North on Interstate 65, where she would cause damage to at least one Adamsville patrol unit. The pursuit was now joined by Kimberly and Warrior Police Departments, as well as the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office.

Eventually, the driver stopped at the Dodge City exit traveling North (299), where she was taken into custody.

The driver, identified as Stephanie Brook Brown Dickson, is being charged by the Walker County Sheriff’s Office for Theft of Property First Degree, Receiving Stolen Property First Degree, Reckless Endangerment, and Attempting to Elude. She was transported to the Walker County Jail.

The investigation is still ongoing for several other potential charges.

10/07/2020

Please be advised that if you have any unpaid fines, traffic citations or have failed to make payments on a case as agreed, Warrior Municipal Court will soon be issuing Failure to Appear warrants. Please take care of this matter as soon as possible to avoid arrest. Thanks!!

10/05/2020
Warrior Police Department

Warrior Police Department

Sgt Tanguy and Officer Turner will be in the Smith Glenn community tomorrow at the club house at 9 am, talking to residents and assisting in starting a neighborhood watch program. If you get a chance come by.

10/05/2020

Sgt Tanguy and Officer Turner will be in the Smith Glenn community tomorrow at the club house at 9 am, talking to residents and assisting in starting a neighborhood watch program. If you get a chance come by.

09/26/2020

Just a little post to update the community on progress in the police department. Generally Warrior is a great and safe place to live and raise a family, but as any where else we have our problem spots. Rest assured we have been working hard to take care of those areas and made great strides this week. We are working diligently to make Warrior an even greater place to live. We welcome the input of our citizens to help in doing so. The public is often the eyes and ears to success in keeping our city safe and growing. If you have any concerns please contact us. As always thank you for your support.

09/25/2020

Reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual responsible for the theft of stop signs in the City of Warrior

09/15/2020

We’ve had an overwhelming amount of support, it has been humbling. We’d like to thank our Mayor, Council and the citizens of Warrior. We’re just a phone call away, don’t hestitate to call.

While most were spending time at home with there families this fine Sunday.  Citizens of Warrior can rest assure Warrior...
09/14/2020

While most were spending time at home with there families this fine Sunday. Citizens of Warrior can rest assure Warrior Police Department was working hard to keep our streets a little safer. Warrior Police Department made a bust and took 3 ounces of meth off the streets of our little city and 3 individuals behind bars. Look forward to more of this coming if you chose to sell and use dope in our city.

09/10/2020

We would like to welcome 3 new police officers to our full time at Warrior Police Department: Shawn Jones, Andreas Tountasakis and Caleb Morris

Would also like to congratulate two new Sergeants promoted today: Sergeant Tim Evans and Sergeant Sandra Newton Tanguy.

Warrior Police Department keeping up with training to be the most effective and professional for the Citizens of our t...
09/02/2020

Warrior Police Department keeping up with training to be the most effective and professional for the Citizens of our town.
Warrior now has the newest Axon Tazer and all of the training to keep the citizens safer.
The Mayor and and council are working hard to keep the city safe.

08/30/2020

Update: The accident has been cleared and the interstate has reopened.

There is an vehicle accident at I-65 southbound near the 282 mile post, which currently has the interstate closed. Please take an alternate route if you were planning on traveling that way today. We will update this post when the interstate reopens.

08/29/2020

We have been seeing reports from cities throughout Jefferson County of an increase in the number of cases where thieves are breaking into vehicles. The vast majority of the time, the people who are committing this crime are looking for unlocked cars to break into. Please remember to always keep your vehicles locked, because in doing so your chances of being a victim to this type of crime is greatly diminished. #callusifyouneedus

08/25/2020

Please be mindful of pedestrians and extra traffic around City Hall today as citizens will be out voting in municipal elections. #getoutandvote

*******🚨SCAM ALERT🚨*******Warrior Police has been made aware of people receiving unsolicited messages from scammers posi...
08/17/2020

*******🚨SCAM ALERT🚨*******
Warrior Police has been made aware of people receiving unsolicited messages from scammers posing as a representative from AT&T. Please be aware of this and report any possible scam messages that you receive to AT&T Fraud Department. Below is a copy of a scammer text as well as directions to report the fraudulent activity.

MISSING CHILD ALERT. If you know the whereabouts of or have recently seen these children, call 911 immediately . If you ...
08/14/2020

MISSING CHILD ALERT. If you know the whereabouts of or have recently seen these children, call 911 immediately . If you have other information, please contact the St. Clair CO S/O at (205) 884-3333.

At approximately 8:10 this morning Officers from Warrior Police Department responded to a call at the intersection of Bi...
08/03/2020

At approximately 8:10 this morning Officers from Warrior Police Department responded to a call at the intersection of Bivens Street and Owens Street in reference to a vehicle accident where it had been reported that a subject had fled the accident scene on foot possibly carrying a firearm. Throughout the day, Warrior Police responded to numerous calls from citizens who had reported sightings of the suspect but officers were unable to locate him.

At approximately 6:30 this evening, a Warrior Police Officer spotted the suspect on Seloca Road in the area of Ballard Trailer Park. Once again the suspect fled and ran into some nearby woods refusing officers commands to stop. Officers then called for Meka, the Warrior P.D tracking dog. Officers set up a perimeter and Meka was able to obtain a track on the suspect. The suspect was taken into custody after officers found him hiding behind a house about a mile from where he had ran from officers.

Special thanks to the Kimberly Police Department, Morris Police Department, Jefferson County Sheriffs Office Star 1 and the Blount County Sheriffs Office for their assistance.

At this time the suspect is being held as John Doe because he refused to give officers his name or any other information. He will however find out that you don't need a name to go to jail but you will need one to get out.

The members of Warrior Police Department would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Detective Tanisha...
07/07/2020

The members of Warrior Police Department would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Detective Tanisha Pughsley as well as her brother and sister officers of the Montgomery Police Department. Detective Pughsley was murdered as a victim of domestic violence.

Victims of domestic abuse effects people from all walks of life, even police officers. If you or someone you know are in an abusive relationship, get out now!! There are many resources available to help you. #stopdomesticviolence

07/04/2020
Hoover (AL) Police Department

If anyone has any information regarding this shooting at The Riverchase Galleria please contact Hoover P.D at (205)822-5300

Update in Galleria shooting

Hoover police continue to investigate this afternoon’s shooting at the Riverchase Galleria. Officers responded at 3:18 p.m. to a report of shots fired near the food court, with multiple victims shot.

• An eight-year-old juvenile male victim was transported to Children’s Hospital by a Hoover Fire Department rescue unit. We are saddened to report that this victim was pronounced deceased shortly after arrival at Children’s.
• One adult male victim was transported by ambulance from American Family Care to UAB hospital. His condition is unknown.
• One adult female victim was transported by ambulance from the Galleria to UAB Hospital. Her condition is unknown.
• One juvenile female victim was transported from the Galleria to Children’s Hospital by a Hoover Fire Department rescue unit. Her condition is unknown.

Detectives continue their efforts to collect evidence and identify possible suspects. Anyone with information about this shooting is urged to contact the Hoover Police Department at one of the following numbers:

Hoover Police 911 Center: ​205-822-5300
Sergeant Matt Savage​​205-739-6780
Sergeant Daniel Lowe​​205-739-6762

If you wish to remain anonymous and qualify for a cash reward, you may contact Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama at: 205-254-7777
-END-

#hooverpd

Address

215 Main St N
Warrior, AL
35180

Telephone

+12056470521

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Warrior Police Department posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Videos

Nearby government services


Other Government Organizations in Warrior

Show All

Comments

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!