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Suspicious Vehicle Donahue Ferry Road Area

On the afternoon of July 12, the Pineville Police Department received a report of a suspicious vehicle in the Donahue Ferry Road area, between U.S. 167 (Expressway) and Edgewood Drive. The vehicle was occupied by a white male in his late twenties with blond hair and a slim build.

He was driving a gray SUV, . . . → Read More: Suspicious Vehicle Donahue Ferry Road Area

Purse Snatching Arrest Made

 

Desmond Demond Price

Through the investigation of the purse snatching incident at Wal-Mart the Pineville Police Department developed information of a possible suspect Desmond Price of Alexandria. Investigators began to verify the information they received. Price had an address in Alexandria and was known to frequent the Third and Broadway Street area.

 

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Purse Snatching at Wal-Mart

Media Release

On Monday July 7 at 12:48 PM the Pineville Police Department received a report of a purse snatching that occurred at Wal-Mart in Pineville. Upon the arrival of officers it was determined that the victim had loaded her merchandise into her vehicle and was then struck by the suspect. She stated . . . → Read More: Purse Snatching at Wal-Mart

Citizen’s Police Academy

The Pineville Police Department hosts a Biannual Citizens Police Academy. This program gives citizens of Pineville an opportunity to learn the functions of the Pineville Police Department and how it’s officers complete their job on a daily basis.

Citizen’s get the opportunity to see several different sections of the Police Department, including Investigations, Patrol and . . . → Read More: Citizen’s Police Academy

Christmas Parade Change

Due to the weather forecast for tomorrow the Pineville Christmas Parade will be moved to Monday December 16 at 7PM. The route for the parade will remain the same. It will begin on Main Street at Hospital Blvd. and continue north to the Trotter Center, Military Highway at Claiborne Street.

Christmas Parade Announcement

The time is upon us again for the Pineville Christmas Parade. The Parade will be on Friday, December 13 beginning at 7PM. The Parade this year will begin on Main Street at Hospital/Napoleon Blvd., in front of Huey P. Long. The parade will continue up Main Street to Military Highway and end at the Trotter . . . → Read More: Christmas Parade Announcement

Gillis Long Bridge Closing

The Gillis Long Bridge will close on September 3 at 9 AM to allow for a rehabilitation project to the bridge. The projected completion date of the rehabilitation is the Winter of 2013. The Pineville Police Department asks that motorists begin planning for this closure and adjust your travel plans accordingly.

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Media Release Suspected Burglar Apprehended

July 18, 2013

On July 17, 2013 at 7:42 PM the Pineville Police Department arrested Calvin Williams 18 years old of 1209 Palmetto Street in Pineville. Williams’ arrest stems from several ongoing burglary and theft investigations in Pineville.

Investigators were able to identify Williams late yesterday evening and arrest him without incident at a residence . . . → Read More: Media Release Suspected Burglar Apprehended

PPD Needs Assistance Identifying Person

The Pineville Police Department needs the help identifying a person that is involved in several burglaries. The burglaries have been of vehicles and residences in the Pineville over the past several weeks.

The subject’s image has been captured on several surveillance cameras from different crime scenes. The subject appears to be a black male around . . . → Read More: PPD Needs Assistance Identifying Person

Media Releases for June 6, 2013

On June 5, 2013 at 1:05 AM the Pineville Police Department received a report of an attempted vehicle burglary that occurred at 124 Glen Ellen Drive. Upon the arrival of officers the victim and residence owner was able to tell the officers that two people were observed running from the area. They were able to . . . → Read More: Media Releases for June 6, 2013