Tag Archives: Memphis Police Department

Police Investigating Rash of Thefts From Vehicles

The Memphis Police Department is investigating a series of thefts from motor vehicles that occurred overnight on August 21st. The incidents occurred in the 600 block of West Mety, 600 block of West Missouri and the 400 block of Forrest Avenue. Investigators indicated that cash, wallets, checkbooks and a wide range of personal items were […]

Memphis Police Department Looking to Add Body Cameras, Update Tasers

Memphis Marshal Jeremy Head presented a trio of budget proposals to the Memphis Board of Aldermen at the August 1st city council meeting related to upgrading equipment for his force. Head presented quotes on six separate body camera providers that would provide four units for the MPD. The systems would record audio and video related […]

Memphis Man Arrested on Felony Domestic Violence Charge

A Memphis man is behind bars and facing a felony domestic assault charge following his arrest by the Memphis Police Department on February 3rd. Nicholas J. Hays, 25, of Memphis, was taken into custody following a domestic disturbance at his residence when he allegedly choked a female victim. Hays has been charged with the class […]

Police Department Reports Rash of Drug Intoxication Complaints

Thursday morning saw a pair of disturbing the peace investigations for the Memphis Police Department, and all before 8 a.m. Memphis Police Captain Bill Holland reported arrests in two separate incidents that morning. At 6:50 a.m., dispatch received numerous complaints of a man on the corner of Monroe and Main streets in Memphis, the southwest […]

Memphis Woman Arrested on Felony Forgery Charges

A Memphis woman is facing several felony charges after allegedly passing several checks on a family member’s bank account. According to the Memphis Police Department, Amanda J. Shinn, 33, was arrested on May 10th following a forgery investigation. Court documents indicate that Amanda’s grandmother had contacted the police department on May 9th regarding a number […]

City Marshal Post Remains in Question Following April Election

Despite a narrow majority of the small April election turnout voting against a proposal to eliminate the election of a city marshal, the Memphis City Council has been forced to address the issue with the resignation of the recently elected head of the city police force. Memphis Marshal Bill Holland resigned from the post on […]

Third Arrest Warrant Issued for Alleged Harboring of Stabbing Suspect

A month after a Memphis man was finally brought into custody following a stabbing in the small northeast Missouri community, charges continue to be issued in the case. A third arrest warrant for hindering of prosecution was issued April 19th. Jeffrey Mark Jalinski 33, of 17 Ridge Road Trailer Court in Memphis, is wanted on […]

Felony Arrest Warrants Issued For Couple Who Allegedly Helped Hide Stabbing Suspect

Two Memphis residents are facing charges following a man-hunt last month for a man wanted in connection to a stabbing in Memphis. According to the Memphis Police Department, Julie M. Forquer, 19, and Robert L. Young, 39, of #17 Ridge Road Trailer Court in Memphis, have been ticketed with the class E felony of hindering […]

Suspect in Memphis Stabbing Remains at Large

Law enforcement are still searching for a man involved in a Tuesday morning stabbing in Memphis. UPDATE – Cousins was taken into custody late Tuesday night in Memphis by the Memphis Police Department. According to the Memphis Police Department, Curtis Anthony Cousins, 34, is being sought for questioning regarding an altercation Tuesday morning at a […]

Memphis Man Facing Reckless Burning Charge After Fire Damages Home

A Memphis man has been criminally charged after a Memphis property was damaged by fire on January 25th. Thompson Stricklen, 29, was ticketed with the Class B misdemeanor charge of reckless burning, after law enforcement alleged a bonfire at his property had ultimately led to a fire several properties away, resulting in damage to the […]