- Oct 16
As the number of opioid related overdoses continues to rise in the Treasure Valley, CPD Officers are now equipped and trained on how to administer the lifesaving drug Naloxone or “Narcan” in the crucial minutes before paramedics arrive on scene. When seconds count, we are prepared!
- Oct 14
Thanks to citizen tips, the suspect caught on camera causing thousands of dollars in damage to local homes and businesses by spray painting “Rain” has been taken into custody. 19 year old Adrian Adame of Caldwell has been arrested and charged with felony malicious injury to property. The investigation uncovered a second suspect identified as 27 year old Lucas Perez. Perez has been charged with 7 counts of misdemeanor malicious injury to property for spray painting the moniker “Nuce” on public and private property. Great work by our Street Crimes Unit detectives and the good citizens of Caldwell. #YourPoliceOurCommunity #RainDelay
- Oct 12
Excellent work by the FBI Metro Task Force and all of our local area law enforcement partners! Gang violence will not be tolerated in the Treasure Valley.
- Oct 12
A huge thank you to Burger King 👑 and these two great guys Mr. Clark and Mr Quintana from Edward Jones. They team up each year to provide a hot breakfast sandwiches for the employees of CPD. You generosity and thoughtfulness is appreciated more than you know. "Your Police-Our Community"
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Caldwell Police Department has a new addition to our foyer. It is a Blessing Box.
The Blessing Box is the idea of Lt Joey Hoadley and his wife Mylinda Hoadley. They recognized a need for people not getting assistance after hours when the food banks close. The Blessing box contains non perishable food items along with toiletries to assist people in need. Lt Hoadley got with a builder to have the box built and moved here. The Blessing Box was then filled with items by our first sponsor, Silver Hawk Realty. The motto of this box, "Take what you need , leave what you can."
The Blessing Box is an easy way to help support your community and those in need. If you have questions or would like to donate or sponsor a month, please contact Lt. Joey Hoadley at 208-455-4567
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Chief Wyant with Mylinda Hoadley
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