Sapulpa Police

Detective Captain Brett Henson Retires after more than 30 years with Sapulpa Police Department

February 6, 2020

Sapulpa Police Detective Brett Henson honored Sapulpa Times with an interview to discuss his retirement after serving our community for the past thirty years. His office walls were bare, his family pictures in boxes ready to be taken home. The Human Resource Department called him in for a quick question and he received a hug […]

VIDEO: Watch the footage of the horrific crash off New Sapulpa Road

March 23, 2019

UPDATE: The driver has turned himself in. Watch the video of a horrific car accident that police say the victims were lucky to live through.

Victims identified in Sapulpa fatality accident on Friday night

March 11, 2019

Police have identified the two victims who died in a two-car collision on the Rock Creek Bridge on Friday evening.

Peace Officer’s Memorial Day brings a worthy remembrance and a timely message

May 17, 2018

A day of recognition for our fallen officers is an experience that everyone should have.

Sapulpa Police quadruples number of women on the force with new recruits

March 20, 2018

The new recruits brings the total of women on Sapulpa’s Police force to four.

Sapulpa man and Hominy woman sentenced in sexual exploitation case

February 22, 2018

The couple were caught sending and receiving photos of a 4-year-old family member.

Creek County has had exactly one fatal officer-involved shooting since 2007

February 5, 2018

Read the details of the training that Sapulpa Police go through to ensure they’re prepared for the job.

Sapulpa Police arrest car thief with affinity for trailer parks

December 3, 2017

The man allegedly crashed his car, stole another one out of a trailer park and promptly fell asleep in it—at another trailer park.

Sapulpa K9 unit awarded fundraiser check

October 1, 2017

Officer Valor and his human, Officer Arnold, were the recipients of a fundraiser from a wolf rescue organization.

Suspected school shooting threat was just poor judgment, police say

September 30, 2017

Screenshots shared by a parent appeared to show a planned school shooting. Police determined it was not the case.

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