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

Keizer Oregon Police Station Address: 930 Chemawa Rd NE, Salem, OR 97303, United States


2 weeks ago
The barricaded suspect incident on Sandy Drive N. has concluded. Investigators executed a search warrant entering the residence and found a deceased male. No others were inside. The name is being withheld until he is positively identified and his next of kin are notified.

2 weeks ago
River Road North is CLOSED between Chemawa Road and Lockhaven Drive for a barricaded suspect who is considered armed and dangerous. All motorist, pedestrians and citizens should avoid this area until this situation is resolved.

4 weeks ago
UPDATE: KPD requesting public’s help in identifying Honda Accord involved in Speed Display Trailer hit-and-run… https://t.co/d7zD7Zquuu

4 weeks ago
Sometime late last night, Sunday Dec 17, 2017, one of Keizer PD’s portable Speed Display Trailers was destroyed… https://t.co/wmVJiVD9xU

4 weeks ago
Porch Pirates Beware – The Keizer Police Department and Salem Police Department are working together to arrest… https://t.co/2WV4mp6rJ7

2 months ago
Congratulations to Keizer CERT and the most recent class graduates. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is… https://t.co/RjkYEr1j28

Keizer Police Department

The Keizer Police Department serves approximately 37,000 residents with 38 sworn officers, 7 support staff, reserves, cadets and volunteers.
Keizer Police Department

Keizer Police Department2 weeks ago

*********. INCIDENT UPDATE ********

After investigators secured a search warrant, members of the Salem Police Department SWAT team made entry into the apartment at approximately 1:00 a.m. where they found a deceased male subject. No other persons were found inside the residence. Investigators believe the subject took his own life and are continuing to process the scene at this time along with the Marion County District Attorneys Office and the Marion County Medical Examiner. The deceased individuals name will not be released until he is positively identified and his next of kin can be notified. River Road will be re-opened shortly.

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Original Facebook Post (below):

The Keizer Police Department is currently on the scene of a barricaded suspect who is believed to be armed with a firearm. The suspect is wanted and he should be considered dangerous. There is a large number of uniformed officers near the intersection of River Road North and Sandy Drive North. The barricade suspect is in an apartment immediately adjacent to River Road on Sandy Drive. Residents in the immediate vicinity should shelter in place if and until such time they are evacuated by officers.

River Road North is CLOSED between Chemawa Road and Lockhaven Drive. All motorist, pedestrians and citizens should avoid this area until this situation is resolved.

Keizer Police Department

Keizer Police Department2 weeks ago

Keizer Police Department Volunteer Positions Open Now!
Apply by January 31, 2018. Contact Dorothy Diehl at diehld@keizer.org or 503-856-3472 with any questions.

The Keizer Police Department is currently recruiting for two part-time VOLUNTEER positions in our Fleet Services Program. We are seeking self-motivated, confident community members who want to support local law enforcement in a tangible way.
Fleet Service Volunteers help ensure that police vehicles are clean, safe, and well-stocked with the supplies and equipment officers need to serve the community.

Fleet Service Volunteers contribute a few hours per week and operate during normal business hours.

Depending on skills, experience, and department needs, tasks may include:

• Transporting vehicles to and from local service shops
• Making small purchases of supplies, etc.
• Scheduling service appointments and in-house maintenance based on officer schedules
• Conducting vehicle inspections (checking lights, fluids, tire pressure, supplies, etc.)
• Cleaning vehicle interiors (vacuuming, dusting, wiping, etc.)
• Assisting with fleet-related record-keeping

Volunteer applicants must pass a background check, be able to work independently with limited supervision, be supportive of the Keizer Police Department, possess a valid Oregon driver’s license, and comply with police policies. For further information or to obtain an application, please contact Dorothy Diehl at diehld@keizer.org or 503-856-3472. Volunteers are provided with a uniform shirt, jacket and baseball cap.

Keizer Police Department

Keizer Police Department2 weeks ago

KEIZER POLICE IDENTIFY THREE SUSPECTS RESPONSIBLE FOR SCHOOL THREAT GRAFFITI

On Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 3:37 a.m. officers from the Keizer Police Department responded to a report of threatening graffiti that was found painted on garage doors of at least four residences and a residential fence in the Country Glen neighborhood in North Keizer. These incidents of graffiti received a considerable amount of media exposure by television news, newspapers and social media networks such as Facebook and Nextdoor. In addition to the attention that was given to the graffiti by the news media, the Salem-Keizer School District released a statement to all Salem-Keizer families indicating the graffiti threats had impacted multiple schools within the district. The prerecorded statement was shared with parents using a computerized auto dialer frequently referred to as a robocall and the message was posted on the school districts’ Facebook page.

Responding officers found a total of four residences had been vandalized with graffiti that threatened there would be a school shooting at McKay High School. McKay High School is located in northeast Salem. Three residences in the 1400 block of Horizon Ridge Drive NE had graffiti painted on their garage doors, while another residence located in the 6800 block of Jakewood Court NE had graffiti painted on the fence that bordered its property.

The graffiti included the following statements:

“School Shooting today @MKAY
“29+ Dead today bombs everywhere”
“School Shooting Today @ McKay”
“School Shooting Today”
“E8”
“Sandyhook2”
“Gang Sh*t”

In addition to the abovementioned graffiti, a stop sign at the intersection of Jakewood Court Northeast and Horizon Ridge Drive Northeast had the word “GO” painted on it, and a City of Keizer Parks Regulation sign at Country Glen Park had “Sh school shoot” painted on it.

A Keizer Police detective and a school resource officer were assigned to investigate each of these incidents. Their lengthily investigation continued over the course of the next five weeks and resulted in three suspects being identified as individuals who are alleged to be responsible for these crimes. All three suspects reside in the State of Washington in Clark County. Two of them are adults, while one is a minor.

18-year old Christian Lane Thomas of Vancouver, Washington was cited and released on November 17, 2017 after the investigating officers located and interviewed him in Camas, Washington. He was issued a criminal citation to appear in Marion County Circuit Court on December 18, 2017 for the alleged crimes of Disorderly Conduct in the First Degree and Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree. Christian Thomas failed to appear at his court appearance on December 18th and at the time of this media release a warrant has been issued for his arrest. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Christian Lane Thomas is asked to contact their local law enforcement agency or the Keizer Police Department at 503-390-3713. Tips can also be emailed to Tips@keizer.org

On November 29, 2017 investigating officers located and interviewed a 17-year old male in Vancouver, Washington who is also alleged to have taken part in these crimes. A report of their contact with this suspect was completed and referred to the Marion County Juvenile Department for prosecution of the alleged criminal offenses of Disorderly Conduct in the First Degree and Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree.

On December 20, 2017 18-year old Christopher Bensch of Vancouver, Washington was cited and released after investigating officers located and interviewed him in Vancouver, Washington. He was issued a criminal citation to appear in Marion County Circuit Court on January 11, 2018 for the alleged crimes of Disorderly Conduct in the First Degree and Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree.

Investigators do not believe any of the graffiti threats were credible or that any of the suspects had the means or intent to carry out any of the threats.

Anyone having additional information about these crimes is asked to contact Keizer Police Detective Tim Lathrop at 503-856-3481. Please reference Keizer Police Department Incident #17-4776.

Keizer Police Department

Keizer Police Department4 weeks ago

WARNING – Scam Arrest Warrant Calls Continue To Be Reported:

The Keizer Police Department is warning the community we continue to receive reports from individuals stating they received a telephone call from an individual stating they are a police officer with the Keizer Police Department and the recipient of the call has a warrant for his or her arrest. Usually the scam artist (criminal suspect) will tell the would-be victim they have a warrant for their arrest because they missed Jury Duty, but they can have the arrest warrant dismissed if they agree to pay a fine or fee over the phone.

Do not be fooled. Do not let family members, friends or neighbors be fooled. Individuals who make these calls are criminals who are trying to steal money from you – it’s that simple! The Keizer Police Department, Salem Police Department, Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Police and the Circuit Courts of Oregon do not call individuals who have warrants for their arrest and ask for payment over the telephone.

Scam artists have become increasingly clever recently and are using high-tech spoofing apps or programs to have the Keizer Police Department business office telephone number (503-390-3713) display on the recipients telephone as to where the telephone call originated from, but again, while it may look like the telephone call legitimately came from the Keizer Police Department, it did not – it’s all part of the scam.

Please share this post with your family, friends and neighbors!

Keizer Police Department

Keizer Police Department added 3 new photos.4 weeks ago

UPDATE: KPD requesting public’s help in identifying Honda Accord involved in Speed Display Trailer hit-and-run

Late Sunday night, Dec 17 2017, a KPD Speed Display Trailer was hit and destroyed by a vehicle that left the scene. The crash occurred in the 1300 Block of Clear Lake Rd in north Keizer.

Police are currently looking for a 2013-2015 dark metallic gray Honda Accord, similar to the one pictured below. The vehicle sustained damage to the driver’s side of the front bumper as a result of the crash.

If you have any information about this vehicle or the incident, please submit it via email to Tips@keizer.org. Please reference Keizer Police Incident #17-5217.

Thank you very much!

Keizer Police Department

Keizer Police Department added 2 new photos.4 weeks ago

Sometime late last night, Sunday Dec 17, 2017, one of Keizer PD’s portable Speed Display Trailers was destroyed by a vehicle that crashed into the parked trailer in the 1300 Block of Clear Lake Road and left the scene. We are asking our citizens for any information that may help determine the responsible parties. We are also interested in a dark gray vehicle with recent front-end damage that may be associated with this incident.

Our Speed Display Trailers are deployed throughout the City as reminders to drivers to obey the speed limit and keep our neighborhoods safe.

Anyone having information is asked to submit it via email to Tips@keizer.org. You may remain anonymous. Please reference Keizer Police Department Incident #17-5217.

Thank you very much.