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Shelby County Health Department Testing Their Proceedures

On the December 12th, the Shelby County Health Department will be conducting a door-to-door dispensing drill in order to test their capabilities in non-traditional medical countermeasure dispensing. They will be sending staff and volunteers out into the Collierville & Germantown communities surrounding Houston High (around 2800 households) to hang a tote bag containing an informational flyer, a sample (empty) pill bottle, and a survey with a pre-stamped envelope on the front door of each residence. They will be testing for time to deliver and also to get a feel for what the community thinks of this type of dispensing.

Town of Collierville Looking for Vandals Stealing Christmas Lights at Town Square

Over the past few weeks, primarily on weekends, vandals have been stealing Holiday lights from the Christmas decorations on the historic square in downtown Collierville. This past weekend (11/27-12/1), dozens of lights were taken. The replacement of the lights is an expense to the Town and also an inefficient use of Town employee’s time re-installing lights.

If anyone observes this activity in progress, please call Collierville Police at 853-3207. If you have information about the vandalism and want to report it, call Crimestoppers at 457-CASH or submit a text to 847411, all tips are anonymous.

CPD Needs Your Help in Identifying Park Vandal

Over the past few weeks, someone has been vandalizing Collierville Park grounds by driving their vehicle on the playing fields at Johnson Park.

Collierville Police Make Arrest in Car Burglary Investigation

During the first part of the month of November 2013, the Collierville Police Department has been following up on several investigative leads in relation to a series of auto burglaries occurring throughtout the town.  The Criminal Investigations Division developed two suspects in some of these cases, which ultimately led to their arrests.

Help prevent thefts from your vehicle!

The police department wants to remind our residents to properly secure your vehicles when they are parked and unattended, day or night, at your homes, your businesses, and in our retail areas.