Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
On January 27, 2016 at 7:02 PM, Officers were dispatched to a residence on the east side of Sturgeon Bay for a suspicious phone call. Upon arrival Officers found that a male (414-431-9095) had called the complainant stating he was calling on behalf of the Sturgeon Bay Fire Department and the Door County Fire Department. The male asked for a donation to the departments, which the complainant told the man she wouldn't be donating as she believed it was a scam. A short time later the complainant hung up on the man.
At this time the Sturgeon Bay Fire Department is not asking for donations nor do they contact people by phone for donations. Contact police if you have any questions reference suspicious calls, mail, or any other incidents at 920-746-2450.
On December 2, 2015 at 8:07 PM, Officers acting on information from the Green Bay Police Department served a search warrant on a residence on the east side of Sturgeon Bay. During the execution of the search warrant Officers recovered stolen firearms, drug paraphernalia, and numerous pieces of stolen property from the residence. The stolen property was related to numerous thefts in the City of Sturgeon Bay and in Door County. As a result of the search warrant and subsequent investigations a 24 year old Sturgeon Bay woman and a 21 year old Sturgeon Bay man were arrested on numerous felonies.
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Monday, December 28, 2015
Sturgeon Bay Police Department & Door County Sheriff’s Department Officers distributed food cards during the week of Christmas to local families in need of some assistance. The food cards were donated by a local Secret Santa and Econo Foods. Thank you to the Secret Santa and Econo Foods for your donation.
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Law Enforcement Officers from the Door County Sheriff's Department, Sturgeon Bay Police Department, Wisconsin DNR, and Door County Sheriff's Department Dispatch Center spent the day with thirty one children this past weekend for the 13th Annual Chop "N" Shop With A Cop.
The children were paired up with a Law Enforcement Officer. The day involved picking out a tree at Door County Tree Farm, shopping at Target to pick out gifts for their family, and finishing with gift wrapping and a pizza party at Sonny's. Babler Bus Service provided the transportation.
Thank you to the local businesses for the amazing support. Also, to the Law Enforcement Officers and volunteers for taking time to bring smiles to the children's faces.