Stories tagged with: Cambridge Police Department

October 30, 2012 - 12:49pm
1 year 42 weeks ago

Cambridge Police spend the morning in a stand-off situation.

Cambridge Police said around 1:30 Tuesday morning they got a call of an armed robbery of a male and female in a car. The victims identified the two suspects and told police they could be found at 529 Garfield Avenue.

"A perimeter was set up on the trailer and several people were called out of the house none of which were the perpetrators, but the people that they called out did identify the perpetrators and...

April 7, 2012 - 9:29pm
2 years 19 weeks ago

The Cambridge Police Department is investigating a homicide.

On Friday officers were called to check on 47-year-old Robert Caples at a Beatty Avenue residence.  Upon arrival police found the man dead of an apparent homicide.  Caples was the Director of the Thompkin's Center Juvenile Residential Facility located on North 18th Street in Cambridge.

The Guernsey County Coroner ordered an autopsy to be conducted in Licking County to determine the cause of death.  A...

January 29, 2012 - 10:18pm
2 years 29 weeks ago

Both the victim and the suspect of a stabbing incident fled the scene early Sunday morning.

According to the Cambridge Police Department shortly before 2 a.m. crews responded to a 911 call at a South 8th Street residence.

Upon arrival those involved fled. Officers searched the area until they received a call from the South Eastern Ohio Regional Medical Center, saying a stabbing victim was just dropped off at their Emergency Room.

Police then...

July 28, 2011 - 5:30am
3 years 3 weeks ago

Cambridge Police investigate an early Wednesday morning shooting.

Officers responding to a 911 call of gunfire in the 400 block of N. Fifth Street found a man on the porch of the home with a gunshot wound.

While he was being attended to another man walked out of his home two houses north of the injured subject and told authorities he  had shot the man because he was attempting to enter his residence.

He was detained and taken to the Cambridge Police Station for...

July 27, 2011 - 5:23am
3 years 4 weeks ago

The Cambridge Police Department mourns the loss of one of their fellow officers after a brief and sudden illness.

Tuesday, the Department laid to rest Canine Ruger.

Ruger served as a dual purpose canine during the city's nighttime hours for over three years. He specialized in narcotics detection, but was also utilized as a patrol dog to track and apprehend suspects, search buildings and find hidden articles.

The canine officer was handled by Patrolman Roy Angler a 12-...

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