Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Fairfield, California. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Fairfield California Police Station Address: 1000 Webster St, Fairfield, CA 94533, United States


11 hours ago
Celebrating our volunteers at the annual volunteer appreciation dinner. Thank you to all the fantastic Volunteers in Police (VIP’s) #FFPD @SgtMattB @RFenn_FPD @FPD_LindsayP @LtRobL @LtBeckyB via @LtGregH https://t.co/HqjffGyzYc

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12 hours ago
Congratulations to K9 Hector for graduating Narcotic Detection School. Ofc. Morgan and Hector spent the last month training for the detection of narcotics. #ffpd via @LtBeckyB https://t.co/x4NlmIRTuz

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1 day ago
Celebrating the Fairfield Vacaville Train Station grand opening. #ffpd via @LtBeckyB https://t.co/yOhoDfq8NY

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2 days ago
Month-long investigation ends in arrest of four adults for various drug charges. https://t.co/T4GYX6TTiN #ffpd via @OfcrKathrynM https://t.co/XsT4w87Xeu

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2 days ago
Celebrating 4/20? Please don’t drive. #FFPD will have extra officers looking for DUI Drivers Friday night https://t.co/zdf2jmHvaT via @SgtMattB

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On April 19th, after a month-long investigation, the Fairfield Police Department Special Operations Team, with the assistance of the Investigations Bureau, Patrol Bureau, Code Enforcement Unit and the Fairfield Fire Department served multiple search warrants at a local motel in the 2200 block of North Texas St. This operation resulted in the arrest of four adults for various criminal offenses. The business was determined to have multiple city and fire code violations which are currently under investigation.

The following subjects were arrested and booked into Solano County Jail:

Sharon Walton, a 58-year old Fairfield resident, for possession for sales of drugs, maintaining a drug house, a probation violation, and outstanding warrants.

Lamar Woods, 49-year old Fairfield resident, for being a felon in possession of ammunition, felon in possession of a dangerous weapon, and maintaining a drug house.

Ernest Vaughn, a 31-year old Fairfield resident, for child endangerment, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Maisha Carillo, a 33-year old Fairfield resident, for child endangerment, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The Fairfield Police Department’s Special Operations Team actively pursues information provided by residents as to drug use and sales within our community. Anyone with information regarding suspected drug activity is asked to contact the 24-Hr Drug Hotline at (707) 428-7344 and leave a message. Special Operations Team detectives will contact all callers to expedite the investigation. Callers can remain anonymous even after speaking with detectives.

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If you choose to celebrate 4/20, please celebrate responsibly and designate a driver. Driving high is still DUI. Fairfield PD will have extra officers working Friday night looking for impaired drivers. Please be safe!
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Leadership Today is a course attended by select City of Fairfield employees and community business leaders. Attendees are selected by both the Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce and the Vacaville Chamber of Commerce. The course focuses on group activities to develop leadership skills. The Leadership Today class of 2018 has developed a fund raiser to benefit the Fairfield Public Safety Academy as a part of their year long curriculum.

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Fairfield, CA Police Department5 days ago

Motorcycle Pursuit ends in capture of fleeing suspect.

On 04/15/18 at 9:00pm a 2-Officer DUI enforcement unit attempted to stop a motorcycle in the City of Fairfield for a traffic violation. The driver of the motorcycle, later identified as 25 year old Fairfield resident Jamell Griffin, fled from officers and a pursuit was initiated. Griffin failed to stop at stop signs and ran a red light prior to entering westbound I-80. The pursuit was canceled after Griffin reached unsafe speeds and jeopardized the safety of the motoring public, officer’s and himself.
While officers were in the Cordelia area just after the pursuit was terminated they noticed the motorcycle attempting to enter eastbound I-80. A patrol car was parked there and Griffin turned around on the on-ramp to avoid him. The original patrol car who first attempted to stop Griffin located him and a second pursuit was initiated.
Griffin fled northbound on Suisun Valley road past Solano Community College and approaching Rockville Road. Prior to Rockville Road Griffin drove into and ditch and fled on foot into a large overgrown field. With the assistance of Solano Sheriff’s Deputies a quick perimeter was set-up. A citizen from a residence near by notified Fairfield Dispatch that an unknown male matching the suspect’s description had just fled from their yard.
CHP Air Ops responded from Napa along with Fairfield K9 Xerro and a search of the field was conducted. Griffin was spotted by the CHP fixed wing and it guided in the K9 search team. Griffin was carrying a backpack and was an unsearched fleeing felon who disobeyed several announcements to give up. Individuals who Due the overgrowth of the field and lack of visibility for the officers, K9 Xerro led the search. K9 Xerro located Griffin trying to conceal himself in the field.
Griffin was taken into custody without further incident thanks to a quick response from patrol, CHP Air Ops, and alert citizens.

Great work by all!