Montgomery Police Department

Woman Wanted for Chemical Endangerment of a Child

The Montgomery Police Department is seeking the public’s help to find Christian Elizabeth Livingston. Livingston is wanted for Chemical Endangerment of a Child. No other details have been released. Her last known address was in the 5500 block of E. Shades Valley Drive in Montgomery. Anyone who knows where Livingston is asked to call the Police or Crime Stoppers at…

Montgomery Police Department Honors Its Fallen Officers

This week is national police week. Nationwide many are honoring the service and sacrifice of U.S. law enforcement officers. Wednesday morning Montgomery Police Department honored its fallen officers. Montgomery Police Chief Ernest Finley stood along side Mayor Todd strange and Attorney General Steve Marshall to recognize and honor the city’s brave men and women in blue, who died in the…

MPD Conducts Car Security Checks to Cut Down on Crime

The Montgomery Police Department is conducting car security checks around the city in hopes of cutting down on crime.  When an officer performs a check they survey your vehicle to check for unlocked doors or windows. “I don’t see anything of value so I’m just going to go right here and manually lock this door,” Officer C. M. Scott explains…

MPD Officer Charged with Domestic Violence

A four year veteran of the Montgomery Police Department is charged with one count of Domestic Violence 3rd Harrassment. According to the deparment, 35-year old Clarence Doniver was arrested Sunday, September 11 and booked into the Montgomery City Jail. MPD did not release any information about the incident that led to the charge against the officer. Doniver is on administrative…

MPD programs help support police officers & families

After multiple tough weeks for law enforcement the Montgomery Police Department is sharing more about the peer support programs they offer for their police officers. The program helps officers cope during difficult times. With various officer-involved shootings across the country in past weeks Sgt. Theodore Williams of the Montgomery Police Department says it has been a trying time for officers….

Family of Man Killed by Police Files Lawsuit Against City

The family of a black man killed by a Montgomery police officer in February has filed a federal lawsuit against the city and the officer. Court documents show that the lawsuit filed July 8 argues Officer Aaron Smith did not have cause to use force or even stop Greg Gunn, who was walking home from a late-night card game. The…

Montgomery Police build relationships with Park, Walk & Talk program

Montgomery Police Officers took to the streets Wednesday afternoon in an effort to build relationships with the people they serve every day. The program is called Park, Walk and Talk.  It gets police officers out of their patrol cars and into neighborhoods, creating an opportunity for candid conversations between officers and residents. Captain Al Wheeler with the Montgomery Police Department…

Strange Updates Shooting Info

Unarmed man on city's Westside was shot and killed by officer.

Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange says the officer who shot and killed a West Side man last Thursday, A.C. Smith, was hired in 2012. Strange says he has not talked with the officer. Strange made his comments today on Alabama News Network This Morning on CBS 8 and ABC Montgomery. Smith is on Administrative leave following the incident in which he…

MPD: Beware of Bogus Biscuits Baseball Ad Solicitations

The Montgomery Police Department is warning businesses about marketing calls soliciting advertising for the Montgomery Biscuits baseball team. Biscuits General Manager Scott Trible tells the MPD that the baseball organization has not authorized and is in no way affiliated with this marketing solicitation. According to MPD, Baseball organizations in the past have been targeted by solicitors who claim to be…