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

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


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Marietta City Hall/BLW Admin Offices/ Municipal Court all closed today, January 17, 2018 due to inclement weather. https://t.co/H9lIjTwF0F

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(15) wrecks since 6:00AM including (2) roll overs. Please avoid the roads and stay home if possible. More here: https://t.co/Ak7kO638Ty

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Here we “SNOW” again Marietta! Snow falling, temps dropping! Please drive safely if you have to go out… https://t.co/ULK5FXEhS2

15 hours ago
Does anyone ELSE remember when a picture of SNOW falling in Marietta seemed strange? #whatdowecallTHISone @cityofmarietta https://t.co/JpcUfo8KBG

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Would YOU know how to stop someone bleeding uncontrollably? NEW link to register:

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Would YOU know how to stop someone bleeding uncontrollably? Come get the training! Click Here for more INFO:

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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.

Marietta, Georgia Police Department

Marietta, Georgia Police Department16 hours ago

WHAT YOU DO MATTERS: CRASE meets STOP THE BLEED Training. Will YOU be part of the solution?

Most people know that (58) people were killed in the Las Vegas shooting tragedy last year. Did you also know that (527) additional people were injured during the same tragedy? This begs the question, “How can we better prepare our communities?”

The Marietta Police Department and WellStar Kennestone Hospital’s Trauma Center are planning a training seminar to be held at the Marietta High School Tuesday, January 23, 2018, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.

The Marietta Police Department has taught over 15,000 people the concepts of the Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) program over the last several years. The core principles of AVOID, DENY and DEFEND have been researched by Texas State University and proven to save lives of innocent people who find themselves trapped in an active shooter event. The CRASE message of empowerment and situational awareness is powerful and will continue to be taught multiple times a year.

Because WHAT YOU DO MATTERS, the Marietta Police Department is proud to announce that we have partnered with Trauma Services at WellStar Kennestone Hospital and the STOP THE BLEED campaign. Developed by the Hartford Consensus, STOP THE BLEED is a program where civilians are taught life-saving skills to stop uncontrolled bleeding. This training empowers the community to assist the injured until Emergency Medical Services arrive on scene of any serious casualty incident or as a manpower multiplier if EMS is overwhelmed.

Please sign up to join us on January 23rd. We hope you never find yourself in an emergency, but if you do, we want you to be prepared.

Space is limited, register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/what-you-do-matters-crase-meets-stop-the-bleed-training-tickets-41921248583

Marietta, Georgia Police Department

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After more than 28 years on the job, Officer Toney “Head Rooster” Langley (a.k.a. Toney the Tiger) is retiring in a few days!!

Please join us as we thank him for his dedication and service to our city! Given the fact that he started here before even a “green screen” computer was in use, we had to estimate that he responded to and wrote reports approximately 9,000 times over his career! Did he ever respond to assist you? Please share a Toney story below…

Toney’s coworkers have described him as an excellent communicator, born problem solver and a very likable team player! Several stated he was always even tempered and a great zone partner.

Toney spent most of his tenure working uniform patrol on the road other than an eight year stint when we was selected to work the Marietta Municipal court room. He has received countless compliments from citizens and has been recognized by organizations including The Optimist Club, Marietta Metro Rotary Club and the Cobb County Law Enforcement Association!

Please join us in saying farewell to Officer Langley! You sir, will be missed!

BTW, Toney, the court clerks asked us to remind you that Ms Olson is still missing her shoes?! 🤔🤣
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Marietta, Georgia Police Department

Marietta, Georgia Police Department5 days ago

We are proud to have been selected to participate in a new mini-series with A&E: THE TOWN.

The philosophy of the Marietta Police Department and our public safety partners in addressing the Opioid crisis is that a community needs a balanced three-pronged approach: Prevention, Intervention and Interdiction.

Our comprehensive approach integrates all aspects of effective drug abatement. As you will see in this series, we were selected because the producers noted how our city leaders work together to address this epidemic. We appreciate the work A&E is doing to raise awareness and hope these shows both educate families and save lives.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtKv6Buiy3E
FB: https://www.facebook.com/8770211279/videos/10155879119671280/

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Intervention: The Town – The Fight (Episode 1) | A&E

In the first episode of a special “Intervention” companion series, four members of the Marietta, GA community discuss how they are fighting back against the …
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Marietta, Georgia Police Department

Marietta, Georgia Police Department7 days ago

Reminder of MPD Zone #4 (inside the city limits, mostly West of Church Street) Town Hall Meeting tomorrow night! Click Here For Details: http://www.mariettaga.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1461 City of Marietta, Ga., Government

Marietta, Georgia Police Department

Marietta, Georgia Police Department added 2 new photos.7 days ago

Major Joe Duvall is wrapping up his 31 year career with the Marietta Police Department. Last night, Dallas Georgia Mayor Boyd Austin, Jr and the Dallas City Council selected Joe Duvall to become their new Chief of Police. Joe will take over as the Chief of the Dallas Georgia Police Department February 1, 2018.

Joe Duvall is the latest in a long line of Marietta Police Officers who have been selected as Chief of another Police Department. We place an emphasis on education and training and are proud so many of our former staff have been selected to run other Police Departments. We consider ourselves fortunate to be part of such a great city government that invests in it’s employees professional development. The Marietta Police Department is nationally accredited (CALEA) as well as state certified (GACP) and continually strives for excellence in all that we do.

Here is a list of some of the other Chief’s selected from our ranks within the last (20) years (please let us know if we missed anyone!):

1. Bobby Fuller, Acworth GA
2. Robert Burby, Texas City, TX
3. Brian McCowan, Statham, GA
4. Ed Bell, Emerson GA
5. Rick Townsend, Auburn, GA & Adairsville, GA
6. Ken Ball, Holly Springs, GA
7. Billy Grogan, Dunwoody, GA
8. Todd VandeZande, Hiram GA
9. David Lee, Smyrna, GA
10. Mike Carswell, Holly Springs, GA
11. Joe Duvall, Dallas, GA
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Marietta, Georgia Police Department

Marietta, Georgia Police Department2 weeks ago

Local Man arrested for Threatening to Shoot Up a Church and Kill Many of the Members Inside. Full Story Below:

On January 3, 2018 the Marietta Police Department received a report from Pastor Temitosan Abimbola, a local pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Heaven’s Gate. Pastor Abimbola stated that a member of her church, Ken Ogbemudia, threatened to shoot up her church and kill many of the members inside. Ogbemudia allegedly texted the threatening message to several members of the church. In addition, the pastor reported that she spoke with Ms. Karen James, a female associate of Ogbemudia’s. Abimbola stated that James told her she recently purchased two AK-47 rifles and 600 rounds of ammunition for Ogbemudia. Ogbemudia was subsequently admitted to Kennestone Hospital for psychiatric evaluation.

As a result of follow up investigation, on January 4, Ogbemudia was charged with: Terroristic Threats (F) and will be held without bond once released from the hospital.

We appreciate the assistance with have received from the Kennesaw Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms who have worked with us in this ongoing investigation. At this time, no weapons have been located and we are unable to confirm if any were ever actually purchased. The investigation is ongoing, and James is cooperating with authorities.

In addition, the investigation revealed questions regarding Ogbemudia’s immigration status. Ogbemudia arrived in the United States from Nigeria in 2011 and has told authorities he is here illegally. ICE has been notified and an investigation into his immigration status has begun.
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