St. Paul Police Department

Retired St. Paul Police Officer Arrested, Accused Of AbuseClemmie Tucker, Sr. was an officer in the St. Paul Canine unit in the '80s. Last weekend, officers were called to the St. Paul group home where he was a counselor.
FBI, St. Paul Police Seek Info On Serial Bank RobberOfficials in the Twin Cities are asking the public for information on a man who’s suspected of robbing six banks in the east metro over the last five months.
Outside Investigators To Look At St. Paul Officer Shootings, DeathsSt. Paul police announced Monday that the department has changed its policy on investigations into officer-involved serious injuries or deaths.
St. Paul Police Hold Job FairThe St. Paul Police Department is hiring. They held a job fair Saturday in the hopes of finding people who are willing to protect and serve. It was held at the Western District Department on North Hamline Avenue.
After Officer's Apology For BLM Comment, Activists Say They're Not SatisfiedAs a St. Paul police officer remains on leave, humans rights activists showed up to speak out against what he did. Black Lives Matters supporters gathered this afternoon to address the offense that the officer admitted to.
Charges: Man Linked To 2003 St. Paul Sex Assault, Burglary Through DNAA 33-year-old man has been linked to the sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl in St. Paul back in 2003, according to charges filed Thursday in Ramsey County Court. Eric John Lavik has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct and first-degree burglary in connection with the June 2003 case.
Officer Apologizes For Facebook Comment On BLM ProtestersA St. Paul police officer accused of urging drivers to run over Black Lives Matter protesters in a Facebook post has apologized for his actions.
St. Paul Officer Resigns Position With Police Group Over BLM CommentsA Minnesota police officer has resigned his position with the Minnesota Fraternal Order of Police Tuesday after he posted a comment to Facebook encouraging drivers to run over Black Lives Matter protesters.
4 Things To Know: St. Paul Police Officer On Leave, Eagles' Glenn Frey, Wall Street & MoreFrom a St. Paul police officer being investigated due to a Facebook post about Black Lives Matter protesters to the passing of Eagles' co-founder and guitarist Glenn Frey, here's a look at four stories for Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016.
St. Paul Officer On Leave Over Facebook Comment On BLM Protest The St. Paul Police Department has put an officer on leave while it investigates allegations that an officer made a post on Facebook urging drivers to run over protesters who rallied on a bridge Monday against the police killings of two black men.
Police Cleared In Fatal Shooting Of St. Paul ManA Ramsey County grand jury has cleared St. Paul police in the fatal shooting last year of a man who was armed with a rifle. The county prosecutor's office says the grand jury declined to indict the two officers, finding that their use of deadly force was justified.
Police: Post-Christmas Thieves Target Homes With Electronics Boxes In TrashSt. Paul Police has a new program that aims to ensure homeowners -- not burglars -- are the only ones who will enjoy those new Christmas gifts.

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