Several municipal, civic, and ministerial organizations are making a big impact on families in the Sapulpa area and beyond this holiday season.
Captain Glenn Coffey is retiring from the Sapulpa Police Department after a 25-year career that has seen more than its fair share of scrapes and close calls—and not all of them to do with the badge.
Both parents admitted to using methamphetamines in their home, which they share with five children.
Sapulpa firefighters were able to extinguish a fire in a vehicle about 7:50 am on Monday morning, but not before the truck was fully engulfed.
The man was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. There were no other vehicles involved.
Sapulpa police say a man is in the hospital in serious condition after he was ejected from his vehicle during a crash on early Thursday morning.
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On Monday afternoon, a woman reportedly went left of center in the westbound lane, nearly resulting in a head-on collision with a police officer.
Add in music, snacks, free lawn ornaments, family games and lots of love from Pepper, the police department’s newest K-9 officer, and the event turned into a very special success.
“There won’t be another tower like it around. It will be great, not just for us, but for all surrounding communities. We have big plans for it.”