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Officer of the Year for 2014 selected

The following nomination letter was sent to the Memphis / Shelby County Optmist Respect for Law Committee, nominating Officer Justin Weaver for Officer of the year.  Congradulations Officer Weaver!

Weaver 2015

Governor's Highway Safety Office Announces Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

May is designated as national Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. The Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol joined today to share a unified message: Share the Road. 

Addtional Information on Auto Burglary Suspects

On 4/23/15 the vehicle in the attached videos was used to commit approximately sixteen auto burglaries in the Collierville area.  If anyone recognizes the vehicle please call the Collierville Police Department's Criminal Investigations Division at 901-457-2520, Collierville Crime Stoppers at 901-457-CASH (2274) submit an anonymous tip via text message to the Collierville Police Department, text CPDTIP and your tip to 847411 (tip411).  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jG7Srs3dcT4

SUS VEH

 

Don't be a victim of a vehicle burglary

Last night, April 22, 2015, the Collierville Police Department responded to several calls where automobiles had been burglarized.  Our initial investigation has revealed that in just about every incident, the vehicle was left unlocked.  These incidents occurred in the neighborhoods close to the areas of Byhalia and Powell Roads.

Collierville Police Needs Your Help!

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UPDATE: (04/28/15)

The Collierville Police Department has identified a suspect in our recent string of commercial burglaries, including Russell's Farm Supply.  Warrants are being prepared for several of the cases at this time.  Special thanks to the Desoto County Sheriff’s Office and the Memphis Police Department for their assistance in helping identify and capture this individual.


On the morning of 4/22/15, Russell's Farm Supply and Service King were both burglarized by a M/W suspect who we are seeking any information on to help identify him.  The suspect is a M/W, approx. 6 feet tall, thin build, approx. age late 20's to early 30's.  Click here for the video of the incident.