Press Releases

  • El Paso Municipal Court to change operation schedule for summer

    5/27/2017

    Starting Monday, May 1, El Paso Municipal Court will be switching to a 4/10 schedule for the summer in order to implement more cost effective measures...

  • 18th Traffic Fatality

    5/25/2017

    Special Traffic Investigators responded to the 6600 block of Gateway North to assist with the investigation of a fatal traffic collision...

  • Union Pacific Train Fatality

    5/25/2017

    On 05-25-2017 the Special Traffic Investigations unit was called out to assist Mission Valley Patrol with a collision involving a Union Pacific train and a pedestrian...

  • K9 Tracks Down Offender

    5/25/2017

    A 21 –year old man was tracked by k9 units after he fled from Pebble Hills officers investigating a family violence call...

  • K9 Tracks Down Offender

    5/25/2017

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  • K9 Tracks Down Offender

    5/25/2017

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  • Mowing Safety

    5/24/2017

    El Paso, Texas – As lawns begin to awaken from dormancy, more and more El Pasoans have begun to bring out their power mowers. Unfortunately, every year operators of power mowers sustain severe cuts and amputations when they try to clear the discharge chute of grass clippings and other debris or adjust the machine while it is still operating.

  • Update Stabbing at Union Drafthouse Bar Parking Lot

    5/24/2017

    Crimes Against Persons detectives have been notified that the victim passed away late this afternoon...

  • Area Partners Join Against HIV/AIDS for Candlelight Vigil

    5/23/2017

    EL PASO, Texas – With more than 2,000 reported cases of people living with HIV in El Paso County and even more believed to be infected but not diagnosed, the City of El Paso Department of Public Health’s HIV Prevention Program is teaming up with other organizations to bring international awareness to the issue. The Binational HIV/AIDS Candlelight Vigil is a tradition that aims to raise social consciousness and help stop the shame and discrimination often associated with the disease.

  • 7-11 Aggravated Robberies Cleared

    5/22/2017

    Three men were charged with an Aggravated Robbery that occurred on Thursday night at the 7-11 at 4130 Hercules...