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

Tyler Texas Police Station Address: 711 W Ferguson St, Tyler, TX 75702, United States

1 year ago
We are now accepting applications for Police Recruit. The application deadline is Friday, February 10, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. https://t.co/jZlxxSGgIz


3 years ago
Due to overpass construction on the SSW Loop 323 at Bellwood Road the southbound traffic lane has been shut down to one lane.

4 years ago
Tyler police investigating a industrial accident fatality in the 300 block of W. Heritage.

4 years ago
Police Chief Gary Swindle and Fire Chief Tim Johnson will take the ALS Challenge today at 4:00 pm in front of the Tyler Police Department.

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Tyler-City Police Department added 2 new photos.1 hour ago

Suspect Arrested in Zale’s Theft Case

On Monday, March 19, 2018 Tyler Police obtained a warrant for Theft over $30K – less $150K on James Albert Oliver, W/M, age 49 of Longview, Texas.

Investigators from Tyler PD, Longview PD, Gregg County SO and Kilgore PD worked together to gather information on the suspect and determine his whereabouts. After a warrant was secured for his arrest by Tyler Police, Longview Police were notified and arrested Oliver at a hotel in Longview.

Oliver was also wanted on outstanding warrants out of Florida and Gregg County and was booked into Gregg County Jail by Longview PD.

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Tyler-City Police Department shared Help Savannah Say Thank You’s post.1 day ago

Last week, Savannah Solis, delivered goodie bags to the PD for officers to take home to their families. She is 10 yrs old from Tyler, TX and her mission is to say thank you to law enforcement officers and their families all over the world. Thank you, Savannah, for being one of our biggest fans! #BlueFamily

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Tyler-City Police Department added 2 new photos.5 days ago

Tyler Police needs your help in identifying this suspect who went into Dillard’s and stole several Coach items. If you have information about who he is please contact Detective Brock at 903535-0122 or call Tyler Crimestoppers at 903-597-2833.

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Tyler-City Police Department added 2 new photos.6 days ago

Car crashes into Tyler bank.

A 63 year-old driver left the roadway and crashed into Texas Bank and Trust at 6530 S. Broadway just after 12:00 noon today. The driver was taken to Christus Trinity Mother Frances Hospital for treatment. No bank employees or customers were injured. The investigation indicates the accident was caused due to a medical condition.

We remind driver’s to drive safely and always be aware of those that share the roadway.