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

Salt Lake City Utah Police Station Address: 475 300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, United States


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Please help your @slcpd to #reduce #carprowls by making sure your car doors are locked, your valuables are not left in the car and park in a publically visible and well-lit area whenever possible. Please also remember if you #SeeSomethingSaySomething. https://t.co/zj2od1Rxk9

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Know how the #SaltLakeCity #Marathon will impact you! The Marathon is being held on April 21, 2018. There will be multiple #road #closures. Use the map below to understand how it may affect your #travel. https://t.co/GPYp5y32uZ

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WatchLog for Thursday, April 19, 2018: Shots fired.
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Sergeant Alonzo M. Wilson
April 12, 1894
Sergeant Wilson died from an accidental gunshot wound while working as the morning desk sergeant in the Salt Lake City police station located at 100 South State Street. A new patrolman dropped a loaded pistol that discharged as it hit the floor. The bullet struck Wilson in the right knee, shattering his femur. He was taken to a hospital where the leg was amputated. During surgery, doctors discovered the bullet had ranged up into his torso. Wilson died approximately five hours after being shot April 12, 1894. Wilson, 54, was married and the father of six children. His wife gave birth to their seventh child the day after his death. He is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Know how the SLC Marathon will impact you! The SLC Marathon is being held on April 21, 2018. There will be multiple road closures. Use the map below to understand how it may affect your travel.

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The Salt Lake City Police Department is looking to identify the suspects in this video. We are looking for information on their identities and/or location. If you have any information regarding this case please contact us at 801-799-3000 and reference case #18-54449.

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Detective James W. Cawley
March 29, 2003
Detective Cawley was killed in Iraq on Saturday, March 29, 2003, defending the freedom he so cherished. He was serving as a Marine Reservist and Staff Sergeant of the 1st Platoon, Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 23rd Marine Regiment. After 12 years of active duty with the Marines, Cawley joined the Salt Lake City Police Department on April 10, 1997. He served honorably as an officer, a detective in the gang suppression unit, and a member of the SWAT team. Whether serving as a police officer on the home front or a Marine in a faraway land, Detective Cawley was willing to sacrifice his life in the name of peace, safety and justice. His life revolved around serving others, and that service can best be summed up by the words inscribed on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial: “It is not how these officers died that made them heroes, it is how they lived.” Cawley, 41, is survived by his wife and two young children. He is buried in the Roy City Cemetery.

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Sergeant Nephi Pierce
March 26, 1923
Sergeant Pierce died March 26, 1923 from the effects of a gunshot wound inflicted four months earlier by an armed-robbery suspect. Shortly after midnight November 27, 1922, Sergeant Pierce and Officer George Watson were on foot patrol near 525 South Main Street. As they attempted to question two men matching the descriptions of a pair of robbery suspects, one of the suspects drew a gun. Sergeant Pierce sought cover behind a tree, where a suspect shot him once in the abdomen. Officer Watson was then pistol-whipped and left for dead. The two suspects were captured the following morning. Officer Watson recovered, but Sergeant Pierce’s spine was severed. The assailants were convicted of assault and sent to prison. Sergeant Pierce died four months later, the shooter was convicted of murder and executed by firing squad February 20, 1925. The second suspect was paroled in 1926. Pierce, 54, was married and had no children. He is buried in the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City.