On Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. the Trophy Club Police Department will be accepting expired, unwanted, or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications from Trophy Club residents’ medicine cabinets.
Disasters are often followed by a criminal element drawn to the area to take advantage of the situation. Fraud can range from shoddy repairs to price gouging. In the worst cases, people offering services to storm victims may simply take their money and run.
Join TCFD and TCPD on the Trophy Lake bridge to honor Medal of Honor recipients on Wednesday, April 5.
In December 2016 the Trophy Club Police Department received information from Northwest ISD administration of an alleged improper relationship between a school teacher at the Tidwell Middle School and a former student.
Trophy Club is surrounded by wildlife — coyotes included! Listen to Animal Control Officer Kelly Akin share a few simple tips for keeping coyotes out of our yards. You can also read a thorough article published by The Humane Society, “Coyote Hazing: Guidelines for Discouraging Neighborhood Coyotes.”
Trophy Club also has an excellent local source for information on coyotes and wildlife found in our area — Keep Trophy Club Wild, Inc. KTCW is always excited to receive your questions! You can contact them via their online portal.
On Tuesday evening, search crews will scale down their search efforts to locate the missing Trophy Club boater in the Denton Creek area. Earlier today, Game Wardens from Texas Parks and Wildlife were able to successfully locate the missing boater’s two-year-old son in stable condition, who has been reunited with his mother.
On February 16, 2017, The Trophy Club Police Department received the award of “Recognized Law Enforcement Agency” from the Texas Police Chiefs Association Law Enforcement Recognition Program.