Troy Police Department

“Keep Vehicles Secure,” Troy Police Department Warns

The Troy Police Department is investigating a series of car break-ins the Troy Country Club neighborhood. Lieutenant Bryan Weed of the Troy Police Department says thieves are stealing a wide range of items from vehicles. “Anything, from just change, we’e had credit cards and debit cards taken that have been left in vehicles and then, firearms,” Weed says. The break-ins…

Troy Community Remembers Fallen Police Officers

41, 055- That’s the number of shifts that have taken place since a law enforcement officer last lost his is life while working in Troy. It was the policemen who sacrificed their lives that were remembered at Troy’s annual Police Memorial Ceremony on Wednesday. “They’re never going to be forgotten,” Lieutenant Bryan Weed of the Troy Police Department says. “As…

Three Charged with Falsifying Cough Syrup Prescription

Three Georgia residents are in the Pike County jail after trying to forge prescriptions for cough syrup. The Troy Police Department says the three individuals entered into four local pharmacies attempting to purchase prescription cough syrup before being arrested. “They were successful at one pharmacy and attempted it at several others,” Lieutenant Bryan Weed says. Jameel Marquis Davis, Malik Bobby…

Troy Police Charge Tallassee Man With Rape

Troy Police have charged Richard Alexander Davidson, 20, of Tallassee with rape 1st degree. Davidson is accused of raping a 20-year-old woman at a residence in the 100 block of Nat Avenue on March 24. After interviewing the victim at Troy Regional Medical Center, authorities say they collected several items as evidence that are being examined at the Alabama Department…

Prescription Drug Drop Box Now Located in Troy

Residents in pike county are now offered a safer way to get rid of old medications and prescription drugs. The Troy Police Department and Alabama Cooperative Extension System are efforting ways to get prescription drugs, including opioids, off the streets A prescription medicine drop box has been placed inside the police station to help fight a major problem. Police officials…

Registered Sex Offender Charged in Troy Woman’s Murder

The Troy Police Department says a registered sex offender has been charged in the September 2018 disappearance and murder of 33-year-old Katherine Louis Davis. Bruce Earl Bogan, 50, of Troy is charged with murder. Davis was reported missing September 26 and her body was found three days later in wooded area on Pike County Road 1128. Troy Police Chief Randall…

Thanksgiving Week Brings Increasing Holiday Traffic, Decreasing Gas Prices

With increasing holiday traffic and decreasing gas prices, police are urging drivers to be cautious while traveling the roads. Gas prices across Alabama are averaging $2.35 per gallon. With families going to spend Thanksgiving with family and friends, police departments have a busy week ahead. “Well, we will have additional units out patrolling 231 and patrolling the city of Troy,” Captain…

Autopsy Confirms Troy Woman Reported Missing was Murdered

The Troy Police Department says an autopsy has confirmed the woman found in a wooded area early Saturday morning was murdered. She was 33-year-old Kathryn Louise Davis. Barr says investigators are following up on leads in the case, and asks who may have information about Davis’ murder to contact the Troy Police Department at 334-566-0500 or call the secret witness…

Two Weekend Death Investigations Leave Friends Searching for Answers

It was a busy weekend for the Troy Police Department. They’re searching for answers after two death investigations. Police responded to a call early Saturday morning in a wooded area off County Road 1185, where a body was found. The body was believed to be that of 33-year-old Kathryn Louise Davis. Davis was reported missing on September 26th. Davis’ best…

Troy Police Urging Driver Caution in School Areas

With the return of school comes the return of school traffic. The Troy Police Department is urging drivers to be cautious now that all county and city schools will be in session beginning Thursday. The department says its officers will be directing traffic around schools with heavy traffic areas. Lieutenant Bryan Weed wants motorists to be cautious. “We just really…