The Cheyenne Police Department is looking for information to identify this potential witness to a felony theft which took place at Eclectic Elephant Antiques on September 17. If you know who this is, Detective Baca has some leftover Halloween candy she'd love to give out! You can reach her w…

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On 8/30/2019 at about 2153 hours the pictured male suspect entered Target and obtained a coat valued at $44.99 and left without providing payment. The male fled the scene in the pictured silver 2005 Honda Accord with Colorado registration OEW320.

The Cheyenne Police Department responded to reports of threats made to South High School students on November 6. While the initial threats of violence were made from one student to another specific student, the messages were quickly shared amongst students, resulting in a panic that a mass s…

It's not the first time we've been called "mouth breathers," but this time it could save a life! 25 CPD employees had the opportunity to participate in CPR training provided by the Cheyenne Aquatics Center. They'll be providing classes to the public in the near future as well, keep an eye on…

SAFETY TIP: When you leave your doors open, you never know who might just come in and help themselves to your stuff!! In this case, the suspect (seen here already in custody) was on the loose near the Library, jumped in one of our trucks and managed to help himself to some ham and a couple c…

There's a rumor going around that East High was under a lockdown today. That did not occur. The school canceled a passing period while a K9 conducted a random search for narcotics between 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

Investigators with the Cheyenne Police Department have determined the identities of three women who are suspected of a multi-state scheme of fraudulent returns targeting JC Penney stores.

--UPDATE-- We have updated this post with the full list of stolen medals as well as a photo of the medals from the shadowbox and a higher resolution image of what they look like. Originally we were informed there were 5 stolen medals, there were actually 6.

Cheyenne Fire Rescue Lt. Chris Clark who worked his last shift on Tuesday, October 1 for the department.  Lt. Clark has retired, after more than 21 years of service to the department and community.

With Cheyenne students being back in school for a month now, the Cheyenne Police Department’s school resource officers (SROs) have been busy working with students and addressing criminal issues in their schools.

The Cheyenne Police Department was recognized this week by IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) for its participation and dedication to the One Mind Campaign, a national movement to improve police responses to persons affected by mental illnesses.

The Cheyenne Police Department is investigating the theft of a motorized scooter which took place at about 10:00 p.m. from 215 E. Lincolnway on September 3. The scooter has been recovered, but we are seeking assistance in identifying this man in regards to the crime. If you can help identify…