A Guthrie business building caught fire on Saturday afternoon.
It’s Labor Day Weekend, and the ENDUI Impaired Driving Prevention Teams will be looking for impaired drivers this weekend in Logan and Oklahoma Counties. The group says they’re ending the most dangerous one hundred days of travel (Memorial Weekend through Labor Day Weekend).
The Guthrie Police Department got to meet some kids and the kids got to meet some police officers before the start of the school year.
Guthrie police alerting motorists with tips with school returning to session
Guthrie property owners will see their property taxes go up to pay back a Guthrie police officer, who was once terminated and then reinstated, after a court judgement against the City of Guthrie.
The Guthrie Police Department will soon be going digital and in the process will remove beyond stacks of paper and allow more space in the 911 Communication Center.
The Guthrie Police Department, spearheaded by Det. Erik Lamb, raised over $5,000 for the children of fallen Logan County deputy David Wade. Lamb was able to sale nearly 3,000 tickets and collected several donated prizes from vendors and companies to help the cause. Items ranged from knives to tools to clothes to coffee to a […]
The Guthrie Police Department, spearheaded by Det. Erik Lamb, is giving citizens a chance to win over 30-plus packages. All proceeds will go to the fund the children of slain Logan County deputy David Wade.
They’re behind the scenes for police and fire, but dispatchers are instrumental for law enforcement and firefighters which allows them to do their job.
The Guthrie Police Department and many others are warning Guthrie and Logan County residents of a male and female attempting to scam people. Police say they have been involved in several scams. Several social media postings say the two in question attempt the scam by saying they have been at the VA (Veteran Affairs Health […]
Police Chief Don Sweger (middle) takes a photo with Mayor Steve Gentling (left) and an OMAG representative.
The Guthrie Police Department (GPD) accepted a $5,000 grant from Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group (OMAG) to secure additional body cameras.
The Guthrie Police Department unveiled their first new Chevy Tahoe at the Heroes and Hot Rods Car Show. The police department was honored and were quick to thank their citizens. The car show was held on Saturday in Jenks and proceeds help injured officers when they need it the most. Several officers are injured in the line of […]
Touch the Trucks was delayed a few months, but that did not stop several from coming out and enjoying some cool vehicles and machinery on Sunday.
Guthrie Police Lt. Mark Bruning received a six digit settlement offer for back pay following a city council executive session on Tuesday night.
Officer Ryan Friesen (L) and Officer Jonathan Williams give Peter Gaddy and Emma Christian their Citizenship Award plaques on Monday afternoon. Chloe Houk is not pictured.
Three Guthrie High School students were given a Citizenship Award plaque by the Guthrie Police Department for their display of high moral integrity after what they did this past March.
Students from Fogarty Elementary packed the auditorium to sing and honor police officers for their Cake With Cops event. The school’s staff and students also recognized the families of two fallen deputies.
Chief Don Sweger stands with Guthrie's two new police officers Hailey Fisher (L) and Shannon Peel (R).
With the recent graduation of Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET), the Guthrie Police Department (GPD) will welcome two new officers and a first for the department since 2001.
After an arbitration case, court appearances and a decision from the Oklahoma Civil Court of Appeals, Lt. Mark Bruning will return to work on Monday at the Guthrie Police Department.
It was an usual Tuesday when two Guthrie brothers found money blowing across a business parking lot. What easily could have been an easy pay day, the brothers went straight to the police department.
Oklahoma City police made another arrest in connection with the man shot 36 times in Guthrie, according to a report late Monday evening by an Oklahoma City television station.