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The Harker Heights Police Department is hosting a citizens police academy for Heights residents and businesses.
Harker Heights police reports indicated:
Harker Heights — Police are investigating an early morning shooting that placed one in the hospital.
By Jade Ortego
By Jimmie Ferguson
By Rebecca Rose
Michael Abel, right, receives his graduation certificate Tuesday for completing the Harker Heights Police Department Citizens Police Academy program.
Harker Heights Police Department Special Operations Supervisor Cpl. Randy Stefek teaches volunteer teen attorneys the mechanics of a traffic stop.
Students from Harker Heights High School participate in a Freedom Walk to mark the 12th anniversary of 9/11 on Wednesday at Harker Heights High School.
participate in a Freedom Walk to mark the 12th anniversary of 9/11 on Wednesday at Harker Heights High School. The JROTC led the charge around the track as students from various sports teams and organizations within the school followed, along with teachers, staff and members of the Harker Heights police and fire departments.
Police are looking for suspects involved in eight criminal mischief complaints made last week, said Sgt. Roosevelt Wilson Jr., spokesman for the Harker Heights Police Department.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Police are searching for a person who entered a convenience store in the 100 block of East Veterans Memorial Boulevard about 9:43 a.m. Thursday and stole an undisclosed number of items.
Two burglaries with forced entries were reported within two hours of each other at specialty stores located two blocks apart on West Central Expressway. One, in the 800 block, was reported at 10:44 p.m. July 31 and the other, in the 300 block, was reported at 12:31 a.m. Aug. 1, according to police.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the signing of a bank lease to add 23 new video recording systems to mobile units in the Harker Heights Police Department.
HARKER HEIGHTS — A 3½-hour standoff between a woman with a handgun threatening suicide and the Harker Heights Police Department ended peacefully Tuesday, Sgt. Roosevelt Wilson Jr. said.
By Mason W. Canales
By Don Bolding
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI leadership class took the last field trip of the inaugural season July 11, visiting the Harker Heights Fire and Police departments, Stewart C. Meyer Library and Purser Park.
A SWAT team was called to a Harker Heights residence early Monday morning, according to police.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Police instituted holiday courtesy patrols in Market Heights and at Sam’s Club to help keep holiday shoppers safe.
By Mason W. Canales
Harker Heights Fire Chief Jack Collier swore in 22-year veteran Jimmy Stewart and new firefighter Eric Pedroza to the Harker Heights Fire Department in a Wednesday ceremony.
By Philip Jankowski
HARKER HEIGHTS — One person is dead after a pickup truck drove off a steep embankment and caught fire Friday in an affluent subdivision.
The Harker Heights Police Department had seven vehicle burglaries reported in the last week, and that number continues to climb, Sgt. Roosevelt Wilson Jr. said.
By Danielle Church
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.