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Marietta Georgia Police Station Address: 240 Lemon St NE, Marietta, GA 30060, United States


21 hours ago
Police Athletic League (PAL) car show this Saturday. Please make plans to attend! More info here: https://t.co/9Ns5kr3GWT

1 day ago
Whats wrong with this picture? GA driving code 40-6-275: Duty to remove vehicle from public roadways when accident does NOT include serious injuries or death. PLEASE drivers, when possible move to the right shoulder OFF the road after an accident. @GADeptofTrans @gohsgeorgia https://t.co/Za4NnXhRxI

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4 days ago
K9’s Apex, Atos & Jacquo finish final phase of training, receive official badges! Story and photos here: https://t.co/tqxTWEKqQe

6 days ago
Selling drugs laced w/fentanyl can now result in FEDERAL prosecution (longer sentence w/NO parole)! US Attny’s Office released this yesterday (re: Roswell case). They established new operation SCOPE (Strategically Combating Opioids through Prosecution and Enforcement). pls share https://t.co/EZkStfPFf0

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Marietta, Georgia Police Department

Marietta is 15 miles northwest of Atlanta and the Cobb County seat. At 23 square miles, Marietta is one of Georgia’s most populous cities, with 56,579 residents calling the city home.

The National Civic League judged Marietta one of the 10 best communities in the nation as a 2006 All-America City, the oldest and most-respected community recognition award in the country. CNNMoney.com named Marietta one of the top 25 places in the United States to retire in 2011.

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Marietta, Georgia Police Department19 hours ago

Are YOU watching your speed on Cobb Parkway? FYI, Officer Billings is! The LIDAR (laser) shows this vehicle was going (23) miles per hour OVER the limit! 😯 That ticket will result in points and unwanted costs… PLEASE watch your speed and drive safe Marietta…speeds like that can lead to accidents… City of Marietta, Ga., Government

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Marietta, Georgia Police Department added 2 new photos.1 day ago

Would YOU want to walk up to these vehicles that are stopped partially in the fast lane of I-75?!

Did you know it is a GA law that you must remove vehicles from public roads if there are no serious injuries or death?!
Code section 40-6-275. We included a few photos to illustrate why this law exists.

Same auto accident video screenshots, first photo (front view) is where all involved cars initially stopped – partially IN the fast lane of I-75, second is the view the officer had walking up behind the cars AFTER the officer had the cars move to safety on the right shoulder of I-75.

Obviously there are times you have to improvise, but if you are in a minor accident, whenever possible PLEASE move your vehicles off the roadway to a safe shoulder away from moving vehicles.

In Marietta, this ticket is a misdemeanor and currently $110. If the cost does not persuade you, please consider how many lives you would be protecting if you move your vehicles safely instead of stopping against the median wall in the fast lane.

BTW, did you notice all drivers got out of their vehicles and were STANDING against the median wall? Can you imagine how tragic this could have been if their vehicles were stuck again, pinning them against the wall?!?!?! PLEASE, help the officers working the accident, stay inside your vehicles and move them safely to the right shoulder whenever possible.

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Marietta, Georgia Police Department added 4 new photos — feeling proud.4 days ago

MPD K9’s finish last round of their training, receive official badges! Please join us in CONGRATULATING them for their new status as recognized sworn members of our department! Here is the full story:

DATE: September 14, 2018
Canine’s Atos, Apex and Jacquo earn their official police badges

The Marietta Police Department (MPD) has three specially bred and trained Belgian Malinois police canines (dogs). Each dog trains and works with individual experienced police officer (handler), and each dog and handler are called a “canine team.”

Training for each police dog is an ongoing process throughout their years of service with the department. Depending on the needs of the department, they may be trained in specialty areas such as sniffing for drugs, in some cases sniffing for bombs, searching for articles, tracking missing persons and chasing criminals who flee from the police. Each type of training requires different, but related sets of skills for both the dogs and their handlers. Once the dogs reach the highest levels of training and proficiency, they make tremendous contributions as guardians of the community, working to keep everyone safe and helping to maintain law and order.

The MPD is proud to announce that our three canines have completed their final phase of training, “apprehension,” and we have now presented them with their new police badges; they have earned them, and they are now considered sworn members of our department.

All three canine officers are approximately four-years-old and have been with the MPD for three years. Each dog had already completed extensive training in drug sniffing, tracking, and article search location. This final tier of training will enable the handlers to release their canine officer, under specific circumstances, so it can apprehend a fleeing suspect and detain them until their handler can secure the suspect in handcuffs.

Atos, badge K-972, born in Czechoslovakia, is assigned to handler Figueroa.
Apex, badge K-982, born in the United States, is assigned to handler Lukaszewicz.
Jacquo, badge K-961, born in France, is assigned to handler Powell.

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Marietta, Georgia Police Department6 days ago

City of Jonesboro, Ga Police Department held their swearing-in ceremony last night for now CHIEF Cliff Kelker (Formerly of MPD). We could not be happier for Chief Kelker as well as the City of Jonesboro – they hired an amazing man with a distinguished career to lead their department! Chief Kelker, we will miss you here, but look forward to seeing you lead Jonesboro PD! Congratulations sir! City of Marietta, Ga., Government

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Marietta, Georgia Police Department6 days ago

Selling drugs laced with fentanyl can now lead to FEDERAL prosecution if someone dies (longer sentences with NO chance for parole). Our partners at the Northern District US Attorney’s Office put this release out yesterday regarding a case in Roswell. They have established a new operation titled SCOPE (Strategically Combating Opioids through Prosecution and Enforcement). Please take a minute to read their release as this happened just East of us in Roswell. Here is their story:

Department of Justice
United States Attorney Byung J. Pak
Northern District of Georgia
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Public Information Office
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2018 (404) 581-6016
https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndga
ATLANTA DRUG DEALER CHARGED WITH DISTRIBUTING
FAKE ROXICODONE PILLS CONTAINING FENTANYL

ATLANTA – Edward Culton has been arraigned on federal charges of conspiracy to
distribute fentanyl, aiding and abetting the distribution of fentanyl, and possession with intent to
distribute fentanyl, which resulted in the death of an individual. Culton was indicted by a federal
grand jury on August 22, 2018.
“Culton’s alleged fentanyl distribution led to two drug overdoses, resulting in the death of
one of the individuals,” said U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak. “The defendant allegedly
disguised the dangerous pills to look like legitimate Roxicodone tablets, but they were actually
laced with fentanyl – a more potent and potentially lethal substance.”
“This counterfeit ‘pill peddler’ was a menace to society,” said Robert J. Murphy, the Special
Agent in Charge of the DEA Atlanta Field Division. “Pills in the underground drug market are
often diluted with dangerous and deadly substances, as was the case in this investigation.
Purchasing pills on the street is synonymous to playing Russian roulette, as there’s no quality
control or efficacy in the process. The success of this investigation was made possible because of
the collaborative efforts between all law enforcement agencies involved and the U.S Attorney’s
Office.”
According to U.S. Attorney Pak, the charges, and other information presented in court:
Between September 2017 and February 2018, Culton allegedly supplied Hubert Nathans, a drug
dealer in the Roswell, Georgia area, with hundreds of fake Roxicodone pills from his Buckhead
apartment in Atlanta. The counterfeit pills were blue in color and imprinted with M30, which
resembled legitimate 30mg Roxicodone tablets, but they actually contained fentanyl.
In October 2017, Nathans allegedly sold a number of these pills to a man who died from a
drug overdose on October 3, 2017. On January 8, 2018, Nathans also allegedly sold one pill to a
woman who overdosed after ingesting part of the pill.
In January and February 2018, the Roswell Police Department purchased pills from Nathans
on multiple occasions. On February 15, 2018, DEA agents executed a search warrant at Culton’s
apartment and allegedly seized more than 900 of the same blue fentanyl-laced pills.
Edward Culton, 25, of Atlanta, Georgia was arraigned before U.S. Magistrate Judge Janet F.
King on federal charges of conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, seven counts of aiding and abetting the
distribution of fentanyl, and one of count of possession with intent to distribute. Members of the
public are reminded that the indictment only contains charges. The defendant is presumed innocent
of the charges and it will be the government’s burden to prove the defendant’s guilt beyond a
reasonable doubt at trial.
Hubert Nathans, 29, of Roswell, Georgia pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute fentanyl,
the use of which resulted in the death of one individual and serious injury to another, on August 13,
2018.
This case is being investigated by the Drug Enforcement Administration and Roswell Police
Department.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Nicholas Hartigan is prosecuting the case.
This case is presented as a part of Operation SCOPE (Strategically Combatting Opioids
through Prosecution and Enforcement), which is an initiative launched by the U.S. Attorney’s
Office to partner with federal and local law enforcement to fight the devastating effects that
illegally-prescribed painkillers, heroin, and synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl have on our
neighborhoods.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Atlanta recommends parents and children learn about the
dangers of drugs at the following web site: www.justthinktwice.gov.
For further information please contact the U.S. Attorney’s Public Affairs Office at
USAGAN.PressEmails@usdoj.gov or (404) 581-6016. The Internet address for the U.S.
Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia is http://www.justice.gov/usao-ndga.

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Marietta, Georgia Police Department shared Cobb County Police Department’s post.7 days ago

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