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Cypress Police Cracking Down on Impaired Drivers during Holidays
This holiday season, The Cypress Police Department will be out in force cracking down on impaired drivers with special DUI/Drivers License Checkpoints. A checkpoint is scheduled for Friday, December 13, 2013, at an undisclosed location within the City between the hours of 6:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. to help keep roads safe for holiday travelers...
Arrest of Vandalism Suspect
Between the dates of February 17, 2013 and September 2, 2013, the Cypress Police Department received numerous reports of vandalism from victims who had tires slashed on their parked vehicles. These incidents all occurred in the south-end of the city, near the area of Valley View Street and Orangewood Avenue...
City of Cypress Holiday Safety Tips
During the holiday season, law enforcement experiences an increase in reported residential burglaries, vehicle burglaries, and auto theft. Throughout the holiday season, the Cypress Police Department will have an increased presence in retail shopping centers and will be conducting additional patrols...
On Thursday, October 31, 2013 at approximately 11:30 am, Cypress Police officers responded to the 10200 block of Pimlico to check the welfare of the female resident who did not report to work for a couple of days. Officers forced entry into the residence for a welfare check and discovered a 63 year-old female deceased inside the residence...
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