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Here is what is happening at the Marysville Police Department:

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2/22/14 Lt. Easton was honored as the Officer of the Year. Video Added. More
2/19/14 Chief Baker will speak at the Community Conversation Meeting Wednesday 2/19/14 More
1/16/14 Chief Baker will speak at the Community Conversation Meeting More
11/21/13 Chief Baker will speak at the Community Conversation Meeting Thursday 12/5/13 More
11/21/13 Chief Baker will speak at the Community Conversation Meeting Thursday 11/21/13 More
11/11/13 MPD attends the Veteran's Day Parade in downtown Marysville. More
11/1/13 MPD bids farewell and good luck to long time, loyal employee, Sharon Fox.  
10/10/13 MPD and MFD evacuated an elderly care center that caught fire. More
9/5/13 Back to School event at Mary Covillaud School More
9/3/13 Swearing in Ceremony at City Hall More
8/27/13 Chief Baker spoke at the Community Conversation Meeting Thursday 8/29/13 More
8/27/13 Sergeant Aaron Easton is promoted to the position of Deputy Chief/Lieutenant  
8/6/13 Chief Baker and members of the department participated in various National Night Out events in Marysville. More
8/1/13 Dave Baker named new Chief of Police. More
7/19/13 The City of Marysville and MPD recorded another well coordinated Peach Festival. More
7/12/13 Marysville PD had a great time at the 2013 Public Safety Night at Appeal Democrat Park! More

7/1/13

Adam Barber is promoted from the position of Officer to Sergeant. Gabrielle Carter is promoted from the position of Corporal to Sergeant.

 

6/10/13

Aaron Easton is promoted to the position of Sergeant. Sgt. Easton brings with him 9 years of law enforcement experience. Congratulations Aaron!

 

6/8/13

Chief Wallace Fullerton announced he will retire this September after 27 years of law enforcement service.

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5/30/13

The Marysville Police Department, in an effort to improve communication and cooperation with citizens and visitors, released new improvements to the website. Take some time to acquaint yourself with the vast features of this site designed to inform, educate, and encourage community involvement.

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