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Posted May 23, 2023Spanish Fork Police Investigating Child Hit By Stray Bullet At Daycare
Spanish Fork, UT — On May 22, 2023 Spanish Fork Police were contacted by Springville Police about a 2 year old child that was at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center with a small caliber bullet wound to the head. Springville Police was originally contacted by the hospital about the incident but they learned the incident occurred at a Daycare in Spanish Fork.
Posted Apr 29, 20232-Year-Old Dies From Being Run Over by Landscaping Equipment:
2-year-old dies from being run over by landscaping equipment:
Posted Apr 18, 2023Trench Rescue
FIRE & EMS CREWS RESPOND TO TRENCH RESCUE AT A CONSTRUCTION SITE LOCATED AT 810 E. 1950 N.
Posted Apr 12, 2023Public Notice
Spanish Fork City Police Department is currently in possession of unclaimed property held in excess of 90 days, for which ownership is undetermined or we have not been able to contact the owner or finder.
Posted Mar 14, 2023Double Homicide Investigation 1400 S 2250 E Spanish Fork, UT
Spanish Fork Police Investigating Double Homicide.
Posted Feb 17, 2023Release: Search Warrant Barricaded Subject 300 N 200 E
“SWAT INCIDENT BARRICADED INDIVIDUAL” 300 N 200 E Spanish Fork, UT
Spanish Fork, UT- On February 16, 2023 Spanish Fork Police Department was contacted by Wasatch Mental Health to assist in taking an individual into custody on a Mental Health Court Order. When officers arrived the suspect would not cooperate or talk to officers or Mental Health workers.
Posted Nov 18, 2022New Festival of Lights Traffic Pattern
We’ve adjusted the route to enter the Festival of Lights. Starting this year, event-goers will access Powerhouse Road from River Bottoms Road, and not from US-6.
Posted Oct 11, 2022Release: Traffic Accident 300 N 200 E
Press Release regarding traffic accident involving garbage truck.
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Message From The Chief
I’m honored to serve the citizens of Spanish Fork as your Chief of Police. The dedicated men and women of the Spanish Fork Police Department are some of the most highly trained and competent individuals serving in the law enforcement profession. We strive to serve with compassion and care.
Spanish Fork has one of the lowest rates of violent and property crimes in the state. For the year of 2021 Spanish Fork was ranked “the safest city in the State of Utah.” Through a collaborative effort with the community and members of the police department we can maintain our standard as “the safest city in Utah.”
Chief Matthew R. Johnson