A well-known Tulsa Police officer and ordained minister will be TPD's first-ever Riverside Community Resource Officer. Officer Amley "Popsey" Floyd will serve full-time in the new position. Floyd, whose Facebook post about an officer-involved shooting went viral in September 2016, will worked the 61st and Peoria area. His new job will put him in contact with residents,...Read more
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Dozens of drivers got pulled over, Tuesday, by Tulsa Police, but instead of getting a ticket the driver received a gift. Random acts of kindness are helping officers and the TPD Foundation get into the spirit of giving. Board members rode along with officers, handing out 20 pound smoked hams, gift cards and gas cards to...Read more
Officer Jason Lawless, an Oklahoma police sniper, had one chance, one narrow window to save a 2-year-old girl who had been held hostage for hours by an armed man. The suspect, Salvador Reyes, had barricaded himself inside the Tulsa home of his estranged wife. He was holding a handgun in one hand and the toddler in...Read more
Tulsa homicide detectives have worked a lot of overtime this year investigating the city’s 64 murders; the two most recent happened Wednesday. In the midst of one of those investigations, there was a nice moment between Tulsa's lead homicide detective and a group of kids. The basketball court is not where you typically find Sergeant Dave Walker;...Read more
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