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Evansville Indiana Police Station Address: 2600 E Division St, Evansville, IN 47711, United States


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The Narcotics Task Force has been busy in recent weeks. The drug trade has impacted our city and we will continue our work to impact those who chose that lifestyle. https://t.co/l52UUJMLAN

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Evansville police are trying to identify a man and woman who were involved in a purse theft at Lamsco Bar on New Year’s Eve.
If you recognize either of the people, call EPD at 436-7979 or WeTip at 1-800-78-CRIME.
All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. https://t.co/tnS1BljtZF

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Police ID man involved in Monday police action shooting. VINCENT BUFKIN, 47, has history of violence against EPD officers- https://t.co/a1cLJfl4AE https://t.co/cjwIbaxvKq

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Police trying to ID repeated theft suspect. He stole tools from Lowe’s on more than one occasion. Call us if you know him. https://t.co/vMj16uwGyx

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BLAKE WHITSON and STEPHANIE TEAGUE were arrested on multiple charges after two east side robberies on Tuesday. Both are in the @VandSheriff Jail. https://t.co/k1k5479IQL https://t.co/1QWDwcbMtT

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This is a citizen’s post on one of your EPD Officers. Thank you. Robin Houghton Craig.

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Evansville Police Department1 day ago

The Narcotics Task Force has been busy in recent weeks. The drug trade has impacted our city and we will continue our work to impact those who chose that lifestyle.

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Evansville police are trying to identify a man and woman who were involved in a purse theft at Lamsco Bar on New Year’s Eve.
If you recognize either of the people, call EPD at 812-436-7979 or WeTip at 1-800-78-CRIME.

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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Evansville Police Department2 days ago

Suspect with history of violence against police officers identified as man injured in police action shooting-

The suspect who assaulted and tried to disarm an Evansville Police officer has been identified as 47 year old VINCENT BUFKIN.
Two officers were attempting to investigate a battery and trespassing complaint when Bufkin attacked them. Bufkin struck both officers and tried to disarm one of the officers before being shot. Bufkin was shot in the area of his shoulder and is still hospitalized under police guard.
Bufkin has a history of violence against Evansville Police Officers.
On April 16th, 2008 he was arrested for Felony Battery on Law Enforcement when he attacked an officer during a narcotics investigation. During the ensuing fight with officers, Bufkin bit an officer’s finger.
On May 24th, 2013, Bukin violently resisted an officer who was trying to arrest him on a felony warrant. In the arrest affidavit, the officer reported that he could feel Bufkin tug on his belt. The officer had to receive help from a citizen to try and gain control of Bufkin. At one point during the fight, the officer tried to prevent Bufkin from getting a knife from his pocket. When he grabbed Bufkin by the wrist, he bit the officer on the arm. Additional officers arrived and were able to get Bufkin into handcuffs.
In addition to his violence against police officers, Bufkin was arrested by Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Deputies for threatening to kill then U.S. Congressman, and former Vanderburgh County Sheriff, Brad Ellsworth. That arrest took place on June 20, 2009.
The investigation into the police action shooting is ongoing. No additional information is available for release at this time.

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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**Attempt to identify suspects in Lowes theft.**

The Evansville Police is attempting to identify two male suspects in a theft from Lowes on Evansville’s east side. Theft occurred in December. Still framed images show that the individuals entered the store and purchased an iRobot vacuum cleaner. The suspects then returned to the store and grabbed another iRobot vacuum and began to exit the store. The suspects showed the previous receipt for the actual purchased vacuum to a store attendant to pass it off as a lawful purchase. If you have any information on the suspects’ identity contact EPD or the We Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME.

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**Evansville Police are attempting to identify suspects in December theft of Cadillac.**

Detectives in EPD’s Auto-theft division are attempting to locate suspects from a December theft of a 1990 blue Cadillac Seville. The theft occurred in the 1900 block of Colts Ln. Still framed photos show three individuals enter the property and get into the Cadillac, which was not mobile. The subjects then appear to load the Cadillac onto a trailer and then exit. It appears that the individuals utilized a silver pick-up truck and a green or teal pick-up truck during the incident. If you have any information on the identity of these individuals or recognize any of the vehicles they used, we are asking that you contact Detective Sides at 436-7968 or the We Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME.