Davis Police Department
A swastika burned into a picnic table at a junior high school is the third symbol of hate to show up in Davis in less than a month.
Another message of hate is being investigated as a crime. It’s the second incident in less than a week that’s causing concern in the community.
Someone hung a large noose made of elastic tubing from a football goal post at Davis Senior High School last week, and now police are investigating if the act was meant as a hate crime or just a bad joke.
Davis police are looking for a man who exposed and touched himself while watching women from outside their windows.
A man barricaded himself inside a Davis home for several hours on Monday before the situation ended peacefully with his arrest.
Citizens and police in Davis are concerned after two reported sexual assaults in three days.
A parking problem is switching into high gear. The Davis Police Department is calling in reinforcements to combat the city’s parking issues.
A man was found unresponsive in the parking lot of a Davis restaurant on Tuesday night and later declared dead. Police are investigating his death as “suspicious.”
A 12-year-old who was home alone hid from a burglary suspect and called Davis police, leading to the man’s arrest.
Police say two teenagers tried to deal drugs to kids at a Davis elementary school, and that’s not the only reason parents say they’re upset.
It brings a new meaning to gas guzzling. A bread truck wasn’t being used to deliver loaves. Instead, Davis police say crooks used it as a cover-up to steal gas from an underground tank.
Some Davis residents are on edge after a rash of home burglaries — police have responded to more than a dozen break-ins since the turn of the new year.