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Local Police Data Paints a Law and Enforcement Picture

Local Police Data Paints a Law and Enforcement Picture

Lamar Police Chief, Kyle Miller, provided a statistical review of crime rates for the city based on statistics kept by the department since 1999. There has been a fluctuation in the number of crimes, broken down by type, over the last few years. Miller said there has been a general trend downward until last year, […]

Lamar Police Using Software to Put a 'Byte' into Crime

Lamar Police Using Software to Put a ‘Byte’ into Crime

Statistical information can make for a less than interesting read (22% of males under 40 years of age are eating 17% less turnips) for example. But some very useful statistics was presented by Lamar Police Department Chief, Kyle Miller and City Administrator, John Sutherland, to the City Council; a two year study of crimes in […]

Lamar Police Make Drug Arrest

Lamar Police Make Drug Arrest

On May 3, 2016 officers from the Lamar Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the 300 block of North 11th Street while investigating a possible stolen vehicle. Officers contacted the driver and his driver’s license was suspended. While conducting an inventory of the vehicle, officers located items related to distribution of illegal narcotics and […]

Lamar Easing Water Restrictions, Police Reestablishing Explorer Post

Lamar Easing Water Restrictions, Police Reestablishing Explorer Post

The Lamar City Council voted to move from mandatory Stage 2 water restrictions, in effect for the past several years, to mandatory Stage 1. The recommendation, according to City Administrator, John Sutherland, is the increased availability of water due to the lessening of the drought in southeast Colorado, as well as the new fee rate […]

Health Concerns Force Retirement of Lamar Police Department Canine

Health Concerns Force Retirement of Lamar Police Department Canine

Canine Nero, who began his duties with the Lamar Police Department in June, 2012, when he was 13 months old, is having health problems and his retirement was approved by the Lamar City Council during the Monday night meeting, March 28th. Lamar Police Chief Kyle Miller explained Nero was certified in narcotics detection, tracking and […]