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  • July 15, 2017  News Image

    Traffic Stop Leads to Gun and Drugs

    Last night, around 6 PM, Fullerton Police Officers conducted a traffic stop on Euclid south of the 91 freeway. After contacting the driver, the officers felt that something didn't seem right. A...


  • July 13, 2017  News Image

    Pink Patch Project Retro Patch

    The Fullerton Police Department is a proud participant in the Pink Patch Project, which is a collaborative effort between the LACPCA and over 110 public safety agencies throughout the United States.


  • July 7, 2017  News Image

    National Night Out

    Join us for Nation Night Out on Tuesday, August 1st from 5pm to 8pm
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  • July 6, 2017  News Image

    Arrest Made In Fatal Traffic Collision

    On Sunday, July 2nd, 2017 at approximately 9:15 PM, Fullerton Police Officers responded to multiple reports of a roll-over traffic collision in the area of Garnet Lane and Sapphire Road. Upon...
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  • July 3, 2017  News Image

    Scammers posing as FPD Employees

    We recently received word of a scam involving the Fullerton Police Department business line: (714)738-6800. The reporting party who contacted FPD received a call that indicated it was from FPD's...


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Male & Female Wanted in Thefts

On Monday, March 6, 2017, an unknown male and female were captured on surveillance cameras entering a parking garage in the 1500 block of Brea Blvd. removing property from several unlocked vehicles. The suspects then forced entry into the community center.

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Arrest of Attempted Murder Suspect

On 07-12-16 at 09:58 AM, officers were dispatched to the 300 block of North Pomona Avenue regarding a male transient interacting with children at the park and touching them inappropriately with a plastic flower.

Pokemon Go gamers on their smartphones were in the park navigating the game app when they were made aware of KELLS by another group of gamers also playing the Pokemon Go game on their phones. Gamers and witnesses detained KELLS until officers arrived.

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Detective Tommy De La Rosa

In ways planned and spontaneous, formal and casual, more than 5,000 people said goodbye to one of Orange County’s favorite police officers.

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