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Stillwater Oklahoma Police Station Address: 701 S Lewis St, Stillwater, OK 74074, United States


Stillwater Police Department

The Stillwater Police Department is a professional law enforcement organization dedicated to serving the citizens of the City of Stillwater. The agency operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week, providing police services to a population of approximately 50,000. The Stillwater Police Department works diligently to provide a safe environment for our citizens to live, work, and raise their children.
Stillwater Police Department

Stillwater Police Department1 week ago

Officer Involved Shooting Update

(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / 04-12-2018) — The criminal and administrative investigations of an Officer Involved Shooting that occurred on March 28, 2018, have been completed. Stillwater Police Officers Micheal Casteel and Trevor Meridith; eight and nine year veterans of the department; respectively, have both been cleared in the incident and have returned to work.

At 8:15pm on the evening of March 28, 2018, William John Dominguez, a 31 year old Stillwater resident, called 911 stating that he was suicidal. In that call Dominguez told the 911 dispatcher that he had a knife and a gun in his possession. He also told the dispatcher he was going to jump into traffic. Dominguez stated he was walking south on the sidewalk on North Boomer Road as he talked with the dispatcher. The 911 call lasted almost ten minutes as the dispatcher talked with Dominguez in an attempt to deescalate and resolve his crisis. As the conversation was taking place on the phone officers were responding to the area to try and locate Dominguez.

The two responding officers observed a male subject walking south on the east sidewalk of the 1300 block of North Boomer Road. The officers approached the man they saw walking to find out if he was the caller. As the officers approached the man he pulled a pistol and a knife from his pants posing an immediate deadly threat to the officers as well as any pedestrians, traffic and apartment occupants in the immediate vicinity. In response to the deadly threat both officers shot Dominguez to stop his actions. Dominguez was pronounced dead at the scene. Neither of the officers were injured in the incident.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) was asked to conduct the criminal investigation into the officer involved shooting. Their case was presented to the Payne County District Attorney who determined the use of deadly force in this incident was justified, appropriate and necessary. The Stillwater P.D. administrative review of the incident also determined the officers responded appropriately to the threat and their use of lethal force was justified and in accordance with department policy.

Stillwater P.D. had only one previous contact, on March 19, 2018, with William Dominguez. That call was an Emergency Detention after receiving a call requesting assistance with Mr. Dominguez due to him having suicidal ideations. Dominguez initiated that request for assistance through another party. He was taken into protective custody without incident on that date and taken for a medical evaluation.
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Cpt. Kyle Gibbs
PolicePIO@stillwater.org
405.372.4171
2018-10653

Link to previously released 911 call and in-car camera audio:
https://cloud.stillwater.org/public.php?service=files&t=ed19adba48fa66e210d5a82736573d07

Stillwater Police Department

Stillwater Police Department2 weeks ago

Stillwater Police Officer Justin Reedy receives backpacks donated by “Joy in the Cause”, a Tulsa based initiative, that provides emergency responders with backpacks for calls involving children. The backpacks contain necessities such as personal hygiene items, some clothing, blankets, and stuffed animals to comfort children who are encountered during emergency situations.

Stillwater Police Department

Stillwater Police Department3 weeks ago

Officer Involved Shooting

(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / 03-28-2018) — At 8:15pm this evening Stillwater Police responded to check the welfare of a subject who called 911 indicating he suicidal. The caller also stated he was armed with a gun and a knife. The caller told the dispatcher he was walking south from an apartment complex on north Boomer Road and that he was going to jump out in front of traffic. Two officers observed a male subject walking south on the east sidewalk of the 1300 block of north Boomer Road. The officers approached the man they saw walking to find out if he was the caller. As the officers approached the man he produced a pistol and a knife. Both of the officers fired their weapons and the man was shot. The subject was pronounced dead at the scene. Neither of the officers were injured in the incident.

The subject’s identity is unknown at the time of this release. He is a Caucasian male in his thirties.
Stillwater P.D. has requested the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation investigate the shooting.
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Cpt. Kyle Gibbs
PolicePIO@stillwater.org
405.372.4171
2018-10653

Stillwater Police Department

Stillwater Police Department4 weeks ago

Bail Bond Scam Warning!

On Saturday, March 24, 2018, Stillwater P.D. responded to a fraud investigation call. The reporting person (RP) advised officers he received a phone call from a number in Canada advising the RP’s grandson had been arrested and needed money to post bond.

The caller, posing as an officer, told the RP he could post the bond for his grandson using gift cards. The RP was told he could purchase the gift cards locally then call the “officer” back and provide the gift card numbers along with the PIN numbers to enable the “officer” to get the bond payment using the card information.

Scams that attempts to defraud victims using gift cards as the form of payment are not uncommon. Perpetrators rely on a ruse to create a sense of urgency with the intended victims; i.e. a loved one is in jail, a warrant has been issued for yours or a loved one’s arrest, or you owe the IRS taxes need to pay to avoid arrest, etc. Once money has been loaded onto a gift card and the card number and PIN are given to the suspects they can remotely siphon the money from the card and the transaction is very difficult if not impossible to trace.

Legitimate law enforcement agencies and the IRS will not request payment for bonds and taxes using gift card money transactions. The IRS and other tax commission handle tax collections via the mail. You will know that you owe money long before any conversation with an agent takes place. In arrest/bonding situations the arrested party will be making the call. If you are not confident about voice recognition when talking to a loved one ask about specific information that only you and that loved one would know. Since a great deal of personal experience information is available on social media it might be helpful to identify a safe word in case the situation ever arises or ask for details that wouldn’t be posted on social media.

An ounce of prevention is definitely worth a pound of cure in these scams. If a scammer calls you – hang up the phone!
Cpt. Kyle Gibbs
PolicePIO@stillwater.org
405.372.4171

Stillwater Police Department

Stillwater Police Department added 2 new photos.1 month ago

Kiwanas Clubs Stillwater Police Department Officer of the Year
Nomination Solicitation

The Kiwanas Clubs of Stillwater are seeking nominations for the Stillwater Police Department Officer of the Year. If you know of a Stillwater police officer who has demonstrated exemplary service, please submit a nomination to the Kiwanis Clubs by May 1, 2018. Provide the name of the officer as well as a written description of the reasons for your nomination.

Deliver nominations to the SPD Administrative Coordinator:

Rachael Nassar
Stillwater Police Department
Drop off: 723 S. Lewis St.; or,
Email: rnassar@stillwater.org ; or
Fax to: 405.742.8295; or
Mail to: P.O. Box 1725
Stillwater, OK 74074

Phone: 405.742.8298

Stillwater Police Department

Stillwater Police Department1 month ago

If you are moving in the opposite direction of a stopped school bus with its loading lights on, do you know what to do? Watch the video to find out.

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