Sgt. Frank Klejmont is once again attempting to retire! Frank came out of retirement in 2010 to work as a part-time Sergeant for the Black Butte Ranch Police Department. The Police Board wanted to maintain the position and has approved the Police Department to move forward to hire a part-time Sergeant to replace Sgt. Klejmont.
The Department has done some recruiting and posted the position announcement statewide. Interested parties are encouraged to contact Sgt. Schulz or Chief Kelley. Applications can be found here.
We hope to fill the vacancy in March. Click here to see the
Selection Policy 1000.
AARP Safe Driving Class
The AARP class is scheduled for May 9, 2014. Most insurance
companies will provide discounts for attending the class!! Call the BBRPD business office at 541-595-2191 to register.
Available to BBR Homeowners on April 29th. Call
the BBRPD @ 541-595-2191 for more info!
CSI Class was a sucess!
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This morning, at about 4 am, the Black Butte Ranch Police responded to
the area of Bracken Lane and Fiddleneck on an alarm. Sgt. Schulz observed a
vehicle leaving the area and made contact with the driver. The driver, Tyler
Frank GRIMMET, was initially arrested for a warrant but it was immediately
determined that the vehicle had just been stolen.
following the suspect's footprints in the snow led to the discovery of two
Burglaries and 2 attempted Burglaries to homes in the area of Bracken Lane
Officer Elliott and Officer Lettenmaier processed the
scenes and conducted follow-up. The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office
assisted in the investigation and transported GRIMMET to the Deschutes
County Jail. GRIMMERT had been visiting friends on the Ranch.
Probation Violation (Warrant)
Burglary I (2 counts)
Attempted Burglary I (2 counts)
Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle
Criminal Mischief I (2 counts)
Criminal Trespass I (2 counts)
Criminal Mischief II (2 counts)
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13885 Bishops Cap
Black Butte Ranch OR 97759
Located just inside the entrance of Oregon's Black Butte Ranch, our Police Department provides protection and community support to our residents and guests 24/7.