One person was taken to an Oklahoma City hospital early Saturday morning following a hit and run accident on Guthrie’s east side.
Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Secret Service, followed a trail that led them to thousands of counterfeit dollars, an embossing machine, cash and merchandise.
Officer Hailey Fisher stands in front of Guthrie's Tahoe police cruiser. The vehicle has taken first place at the Heroes and Hot Rods Car Show in the past two years.
Some of the Guthrie city council members said replacing additional police units is necessary for the Guthrie Police Department, but the current time is not the right time.
A search warrant earlier this month inside a Guthrie home revealed several stolen sheriff’s radios and a sheriff’s jacket. The suspect has also been charged with gaining access to a first responder’s confidential program.
Updated on July 25, 2018 at 9:45 a.m. — Guthrie police officials reported Wednesday morning that two adults were taken into custody and the endangered child was found safe.
Guthrie Police Chief Don Sweger was recently elected to serve on the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police board.
For the second straight year the Guthrie Police Department’s Chevy Tahoe police cruiser captured first place at the Heroes and Hot Rods Car Show.
Updated at 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday, June 26 — The City has restored their phone system and is operating as normal. Original article on Monday, June 25 The City of Guthrie, including the Guthrie Police Department, is currently having issues with their telephone system. The system has been down since late Sunday evening. City officials […]
Motorists driving by a Guthrie street called police Friday morning when they spotted an owl near a curb.
One person is dead following a high-speed chase that started in Oklahoma City and ended in the Cottonwood Creek near the intersection of Division St. and College Ave.
A Guthrie woman is facing legal issues after she apparently left town and leaving her 17-year-old son with Aspergers Syndrome home alone. Police found the home in deplorable living conditions.
A tip and a search warrant has landed three people behind bars after detectives found drugs, cash, synthetic urine and stolen guns inside a Guthrie apartment.
Trooper Terry Hinkle, Sheriff Damon Devereaux and Sgt. Anthony Gibbs accept the framed popsicle gift of a flag made by Fogarty students.
Students from Fogarty Elementary packed the auditorium to sing and honor police officers for the third annual Cake With Cops event on Tuesday morning.
May is National Foster Care Awareness Month and everyone is being asked to take the plunge, including members of the Guthrie Police Department and Logan County Sheriff’s Office.
Updated on May 22, 2018 — The suspect wanted in a Guthrie theft has also been linked to several other break ins throughout the state. Now, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations is on the case.
Guthrie Police Chief Don Sweger said Officer Caleb Pinley saved a life earlier this year when the officer opened fire on a man who was threatening his ex-girlfriend with a large hunting knife.
For the second straight year the Guthrie Police Department is hosting Cops On Doughnut Shops to benefit Special Olympics at Missy’s Donuts & Bakery.
Three juveniles did not get very far after breaking into vendors booths and stealing merchandise early Saturday morning in the downtown area.
A vacant home was destroyed by fire on Saturday night. A nearby home was also damaged, but the homeowner only wanted to talk about the firefighters with the Guthrie Fire Department.
Updated on April 5, 2018 at 2 p.m. — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol arrested 25-year-old Jimmy Ray Thagard, of Guthrie, in a pursuit over the weekend.