The Duluth Police Department is notifying the public on the release and relocation of a Level III Predatory Offender 55 year old, David Houle.
https://flic.kr/p/SaRUAJ | Duluth PD, Georgia | Duluth Police Department, Georgia Dodge Charger Vehicle #877 Picture Date: 03/17/2017 This Dodge Charger is owned by the Duluth Police Department in Georgia. Here it's pictured on racetrack Road Atlanta as Duluth Officers train for emergency driving situations during a track day event.
Missing Female Julie May Hill Case Classification: Endangered Missing Missing Since: July 18, 1980 Location Last Seen: Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota Age at Time of Disappearance: 22 years You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency. Duluth Police Department Agency Contact Person: Sgt. Laura Marquardt Agency Phone Number: 218-730-5501 For complete info on case http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1517dfmn.html
Friends and family members of a Duluth woman missing for nearly two months pleaded with the public Friday to come forward with information as police announced a reward in the case. Lt. Mike Ceynowa announced that the Duluth Police Department is offering $1,000 to anyone who provides a tip that l...
https://flic.kr/p/SpPD6p | Duluth PD, Georgia | Duluth Police Department, Georgia Dodge Charger Vehicle #877 Picture Date: 03/17/2017 Dodge Chargers belonging to the Duluth Police Department in Georgia sit parked at Road Atlanta Raceway. Officers from Duluth P.D. attended a track day event to train for emergency driving situations.
Along with police departments across the United States, the University of Minnesota Duluth Police Department (UMDPD) encourages students and faculty to spend several hours with a police officer in their Ride-Along program. It is a way to understand the challenges, risks, and rewards of the police officer’s role. “I have done a few Ride-Alongs and have helped set students up for several Ride-Alongs as well,” said Mia Johnson, the Better Neighbors director for the Student Association at UMD…
Officer Misty Howell and K-9 Alf with the Duluth Police Department celebrate after Alf successfully found evidence during a training demonstration at Cannon United Methodist Church as the K9 unit visits campers