Police Blotter

The official police blotter of the Aransas Pass Police Department

Case Assistance – Criminal Damage

CHIEF OF POLICE ERIC BLANCHARD CASES ASSISTANCE REQUEST TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Case Assistance Request – Criminal Damage ARANSAS PASS, TEXAS – Sometime this past Sunday evening and into Monday morning, several vehicles were damaged with bricks. The suspect(s) used bricks to break out vehicle windows in the 300 Blk. of N. […]

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Shooting Investigation

On Monday, August 6, 2018, at approximately 10:01 p.m., officers were sent to Sherwood Forest Dr. for shots fired. Upon arrival, the suspect was gone but officers determined that a number of rifle rounds had been fired at a residence in the 1900 Blk. of Sherwood Forest Dr. Some of the rounds struck a vehicle […]

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Message from Code Compliance

Message from Code Compliance – Our Code Compliance Department has been working overtime trying to help folks recover from storm damage while also gaining compliance in the area of junk and debris and overgrown vegetation. Though he is understanding and facilitating for residents, the issues continue to mount up. Compliance Officer Cory Elrod would like […]

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New Online, Helpful How-To Videos

We’ve launched a new page on our website. Our Helpful How-To Videos page will provide you with resourceful information to help protect you from crime victimization. We just released our first video which addresses Home and Business Surveillance Cameras. Visit our Helpful How-To Video page for more videos! See more: https://ap-police.com/about-us/helpful-how-to/

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County Burn Ban, NO FIREWORKS

The Counties of San Patricio, Nueces, and Aransas have issued burn bans countywide. As a result, consumer/public use of fireworks is prohibited. The fireworks ban include those areas along Highway 361 east of the Dale Miller Bridge. Violators will be criminally charged, so please assist us in not discharging fireworks. For up-to-date information on Texas […]

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Best Part of Shrimporee 2018…

Best part of Shrimporee 2018 PIG-E-MON! – Shrimporee is just days away and we are so excited!! Our staff will be on site with fun, prizes and lots of public safety information. Is your child ready for an adventure?!! We hope so because he or she could win BIG! And, if they don’t win big, […]

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Nuisance Campers Arrested!

On Wednesday, May 16, 2018, around 1:58 a.m., Aransas Pass Patrol Officers tracked down a couple of nuisance campers on Harbor Island. Nathan Beck AGE 27 and Katelynn Martin AGE 26 were both arrested along Harbor Island Road, Aransas Pass, Texas. The two were found at their campsite. They were using the land as their […]

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Minor Alcohol Sting

This past Saturday, March 10, 2018, we conducted undercover investigations at the following businesses. This operation targeted establishments licensed to sell alcoholic beverages. In each operation, a minor child attempted to purchase alcohol while in the presence of an Aransas Pass Police Officer. Two locations failed! Those Who Passed: More importantly, however, we’d like to […]

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Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events Training

Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) – Lecture Only – Captain Lynn Pearce, a Certified ALERRT C.R.A.S.E. instructor, will conduct this training course on April 26th beginning at 5:30 p.m. inside the Aransas Pass Council Chambers. Seating is limited, so sign up now. C.R.A.S.E. Training is a program designed to prepare regular folks in […]

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Trash Take-Back

Trash Take-Back – Aransas Pass Code Compliance is teaming up with City staff and public volunteers for our first Trash Take-Back event of 2018! This is an excellent way for our community to work with us to help keep Aransas Pass beautiful! This event is open for public participation. It’s a good way to give […]

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Monthly Stats – January 2018

Each month, we provide a report to the City Council on department activities. We also make that report accessible to the community. Here’s the report for January 2018. *** We are improving our monthly report. Please bear with us, as we work through some small kinks. Report

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Information Release – Threats Against APISD – Suspect Identified

On Thursday, March 1st, 2018 APPD detectives obtained a warrant for a 16 YOA juvenile for the bomb threat made towards the AP High School this past Friday, February 23, 2018. (Original information release: https://ap-police.com/threats-apisd/) The juvenile will be charged with felony terroristic threat. We appreciate the swift work of our ISD partners at AP […]

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Information Release – Threats Against APISD – $2,500 Cash Reward Offered

CHIEF OF POLICE ERIC BLANCHARD INFORMATION RELEASE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Threats Against APISD Students & Staff Aransas Pass Police Department was notified of three separate threats to school safety this week. On Monday, February 19, 2018, there was writing on a work table threatening harm to another student at Charlie Marshall […]

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Public Safety Annual Report 2017

Public Safety Annual Report 2016 – Here’s a copy of the Aransas Pass Public Safety Annual Report as presented to City Council Monday 2-5-2018 at 6 p.m. This report pertains to services provided by the police, fire, and EMS departments within the city. The report also includes our annual Use of Force Audit.

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