Articles Tagged “HPD”

  • HPD Looking for Robbery Suspect

    The Huntsville Police Department is asking for assistance from the community in solving three robberies that have occurred over the past two weeks. It is believed the suspect in each of the robberies is the…

  • Full Recovery Expected for Stabbing Victim

    Forty-five-year-old Maria Perez, who was the victim of a stabbing in Huntsville on August 28th, is expected to recover fully. The stabbing took place at a residence in the 200 block of Highway 190. Ms.…

  • Wednesday Morning Stabbing Victim Now in Stable Condition

    Wednesday morning Huntsville Police and emergency medical services responded to a stabbing at a residence on Highway 190 near the Sycamore Avenue intersection. The victim has been described as a middle-aged Hispanic woman who was…

  • Stabbing in Huntsville Wednesday

    Wednesday morning, Huntsville Police and emergency medical services responded to a stabbing at a residence on Highway 190 near the Sycamore Avenue intersection. The victim has been described as a middle-aged Hispanic woman who was…

  • HISD Making Efforts to Improve Security

    At their budget workshop this week, HISD Trustees discussed improving security issues on their campuses. Thursday, we talked with Deputy Superintendent Sonny Cruse, and he told us that HISD has “a great relationship with the…

  • Pedestrian Hurt in Accident

    Tuesday afternoon, a 38-year-old Huntsville woman was hit by a truck while walking through the Kroger parking lot. The accident resulted in non-life threatening injuries to the woman, and she was taken to Huntsville Memorial…

  • High-Speed Chase through Huntsville Wednesday

    Forty-two-year-old Kerry Alan D’annunzio is in the Walker County Jail for charges of evading arrest with a vehicle and evading arrest on foot following his failure to pull over during a traffic stop on Montgomery…

  • Huntsville City Councilmember Fitch Resigning

    Position #1 At-Large councilmember James Fitch announced Friday that he is resigning from his city council position. Councilmember Fitch has joined the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office following serving over four years with the University…

  • HPD Makes Heroin Bust on I-45

    During a traffic stop by HPD officer James Reynolds last week on I-45, 11 grams of heroin and 102 hydrocodone tables were found. Stolen items were also found in the trunk of the car. Occupants…

  • Two Charged with Participating in Dog Fighting Operation

    A Walker County grand jury has indicted Clarence Collins Clemons and Rodney James with dog fighting–participating in earnings or providing a building or property. Clemons and James were arrested in March. Clemons was still being…