Watch Mayor John Marchand's Livermore State of the City Address presented on May 23, 2019.
On July 8, 2019, LPD officers responded to 985 E. Stanley Boulevard for a shooting that just occurred. Officers arrived and located a 16-year-old male victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen. The victim was immediately transported to a local hospital for medical care. During the early morning hours, the 16-year-old victim male succumbed to his injures.
The investigation has revealed there was a verbal altercation between the victim and the suspect. During the altercation, the suspect pulled out a gun and shot the victim, immediately fleeing the scene. The suspect has been identified as 21-year-old Jorge Luis Tellez of Livermore. LPD’s SWAT team served a search warrant on Jorge Tellez’ residence early this morning in an attempt to apprehend him. Jorge Tellez was not at his residence and is still outstanding. An arrest warrant has been obtained for Jorge Luis Tellez and he is wanted for murder. Jorge Tellez should be considered armed and dangerous. If anyone sees Jorge Tellez, they should immediately notify law enforcement immediately.
If you have any information regarding this shooting, please call the Livermore Police Tip-Line at (925) 371-4790. Those who wish to remain anonymous may do so.
Celebrate 2019 National Night Out with us!! Livermore Police Department invites you to join us on August 6th for National Night Out. National Night Out provides an opportunity for police and community to come together.
The best way to create safer communities is to get to know your neighbors. What better way to get to know your neighbors than host a block party, chili cook off, parade, pot luck or other gathering. Register your National Night Out event with us and we will stop by for a visit.
For more information on National Night out you can visit https://natw.org/
To register your event with Livermore Police Department Register for National Night Out
For more information on how to start a Neighborhood Watch program please contact Nicole Aguon at 371-4978 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Livermore Police Department is encouraging all football fans to celebrate Super Bowl LIII responsibly by not driving impaired, or letting other fans get behind the wheel when they shouldn’t.
In an effort to flag those who choose to drive impaired, the Livermore Police Department will increase patrols Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 3), adding additional officers to look for drivers suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
The Livermore Police Department also reminds drivers that "DUI Doesn’t Just Mean Booze." If you take prescription drugs, particularly those with a driving or operating machinery warning on the label, you might be impaired enough to get a DUI. Marijuana can also be impairing, especially in combination with alcohol or other drugs, and can result in a DUI.
The Livermore Police Department is requesting the community's assistance in a missing person investigation.On March 2, 2017, Dwight Meier communicated to his family that he would no longer see them and they could find his vehicle at the Livermore Walmart. When his parents received the letter on March 5, 2017, they contacted the Livermore Police Department and filed a missing person report. Meier's vehicle was located at the Walmart in Livermore like he had stated in his letter. LPD Officers along with assistance from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office checked the surrounding areas around Walmart. Despite search efforts, Meier has yet to be located. LPD Detectives are continuing their investigation in locating the whereabouts of Meier. Anyone with information regarding Dwight Meier's whereabouts please contact Livermore PD.
Possible measles exposure at Sauced BBQ & Spirits Restaurant on March 23.