Following a 20 minute executive session on Monday night, the Guthrie City Council revealed they will not appeal to the Oklahoma Supreme Court in the case against once terminated Guthrie police officer Mark Bruning.
The Guthrie Police Department is hopeful someone can identify some of the suspects from various photos after six school buildings have burglarized in the past several months. The most recent break ins occurred on Thursday morning.
For the third time, Guthrie police officer Mark Bruning, who was terminated from the Guthrie Police Department, has won his civil case against the City of Guthrie. The latest victory came on Wednesday morning in the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals.
Sheldon Maurice Smith (pictured), along with a 16-year-old male were arrested for a home invasion.
This story was updated on Monday Jan. 23, 2017 at 12 p.m. Two males are in custody following two foot pursuits. The suspects are said to have allegedly broke into a home, bound two victims and beat them. Police report one subject had a handgun and stated he was going to kill one of the victims.
Guthrie police officers go through a vehicle that led them on a vehicle pursuit down Noble Ave.
One man was taken into custody on Thursday morning after he led a Guthrie police officer on a vehicle pursuit down Noble Ave.
With the combined forces of the Guthrie Police Department, Guthrie Fire Department (GFD), City of Guthrie employees and the American Legion, 33 kids are enjoying the Christmas holiday a touch better.
It was only fitting a law enforcement officer won the rifle raffle on Thursday. The raffle, organized by the Guthrie Police Department, benefited the family of fallen Logan County Sheriff Officer (LCSO) Jason Wright.
If you did your shopping inside the Guthrie Wal-Mart Thursday evening you saw some of the biggest smiles from children as shopped with their favorite Guthrie police officer. It was all part of the Christmas with a Cop program.
Officer Jason Hamilton accepts a donation for the Christmas with a Cop program from the Territorial Riders.
The Territorial Riders made their annual donation to the Christmas with a Cop program to help local children have a memorable holiday season. The donation could not come at a better time with lesser funds this season.
The Guthrie city council recently approved two grants for the Guthrie Police Department (GPD) that will allow them to add additional safety to the local school district and to the streets.
Lt. Mike Loya show applicants how to handle one of the obstacles on the course on Wednesday morning.
The Guthrie Police Department conducted their physical agility testing on Wednesday morning after seeing a record number of applicants.
A Guthrie Police Department cruiser caught fire Wednesday morning.
A juvenile was struck by a vehicle on Wednesday evening on Guthrie’s west side. The child was transported to the hospital while the driver was taken to jail.
The following is the Inter-Watch Summary from the Guthrie Police Department for Sept. 15-16.
Law enforcement officers throughout Logan County gathered in Guthrie on Thursday for ongoing training with a new tool that could help save a life, or perhaps even their own life.
An 18-year-old sits in the Logan County jail after he apparently broke into two homes, attacked a resident and later spit on and injured a police officer.
Thanks to an aware caller, a man was reunited with his family after he had gone missing.
Guthrie School Resource Officer Jonathan Williams wanted to recognize some of the often overlooked personnel of Guthrie’s Upper Elementary School (GUES) – the cafeteria employees. When young tummies start to rumble, this crew is there ready to serve the meals that they have been preparing since the wee hours of the morning. When asked why […]
Earlier this month, the Guthrie city council accepted a $199,978.00 grant from the Oklahoma District Attorney’s Council (DAC).