Part Time (24hrs/wk max) Animal Control Officer
Part Time (24hrs/wk max) Communications Officer
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The Cordell Police Department is seeking information leading to the identification of the individual or individuals responsible for damage to two (2) vehicles located at Brown Ford. The incident occurred at some point over the weekend.
It appeared that someone in a vehicle entered onto the rear of the property. The driver then spun his/her vehicle in circles several times throwing gravel and debris in every direction. Two (2) new pickups on the lot were pelted with multiple rocks and sustained significant damage, including broken back windows.
The Cordell Police Department has confirmed that Santa Claus will be visiting Cordell tonight. According to Chief of Police Daniel Allen, local law enforcement will be working with officials at the North Pole and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) to facilitate St. Nick's visit. We would like to remind everyone to not be alarmed by rooftop landings or Rudolph's bright red nose. And let your children know that they must be off to bed before Santa arrives.
The Cordell Police Department and Cordell Senior Citizens Center are partnering to sponsor a community Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve from 11:00am to 1:00pm. The meal will be turkey and dressing, green beans, salad, mashed potatoes, bread, and dessert. Dine in at the Senior Citizens Center or place your order for delivery. This meal is FREE of charge. Call the Cordell Police Department to put your name on the list for a hot meal delivered to your door.
Substance abuse is not unique to any one ethnic, social, or age group. Experience indicates this problem cannot be solved by law enforcement action alone, but takes active support and resources from the entire community.
The law is a deterrent, but education is our best protection. At every opportunity, we must inform the public of the problems and horrors connected with substance abuse, substance dependency, and death caused by such.