Robbery Suspect Identified
August 7, 2014
Charges have been filed on Collin
Gosney 22, of Cincinnati, OH for Robbery 1st. Gosney is currently
being held in the Hamilton County Jail on unrelated charges.
He is awaiting extradition to Kentucky.
July 31, 2014
to 5pm Monday - Friday
call Campbell County Dispatch (859)292-3622 if you need assistance
Update: The Cold Spring Police Department
has a suspect for this incident who is currently in custody in
Ohio. Charges for the robbery in Cold Spring are forthcoming.
The Cold Spring Police will release more information at the appropriate
July 29, 2014
ALERT - Robbery
A female was robbed today in the lot of County Square on Martha
Layne Collins BLVD. The lady was walking from her car to a business
when a subject grabbed her purse and fled. The incident occurred
just before 1pm. Police are searching for a white male in his
early twenties who was wearing light colored clothing. The suspect
drove off in a white KIA SUV possibly with dealer plates. If
you have any information please contact the Cold Spring Police
859-441-6289 or Campbell County Dispatch 859-292-3622.
Sober or Get Pulled Over"
18th through September 2nd
Police have received a grant allowing officers to work shifts
committed to watching for drivers who are under the influence.
Extra patrols will be monitoring the roads for impared drivers.
Felony Theft of Cigarettes
AGGRESSSION DEFENSE TRAINING (R.A.D.)
The male pictured
above entered Speedway in Cold Spring, on two different dates,
and fled with a large quantity of cigarettes. A gold color Ford
Taurus was observed leaving the area quickly. If you recognize
the male in the pictures, or have any information involving this
case, please call the Cold Spring Police Department 859-441-6289.
You may also call Campbell County Dispatch 859-292-3622 and ask
to speak with a Cold Spring Officer.
The Cold Spring Police
Department will be offering classes on Rape Aggression Defense
(R.A.D.) training. Please click below for more information.
Satisfaction Survey Results
In May of 2009 the Cold Spring Police Department
developed a citizen satisfaction survey to gauge just how well
the citizens felt about safety in the city and the satisfaction
with the department, its personnel, and services. The survey
was sent out that year to establish a baseline for use in future
years. The survey was sent out again in 2011 to compare the results.
The results of both surveys are posted for comparison.