Lookup Arrests, Most Wanted, and Police Records in Greenfield Police, CA. Results:: Arrest Records, Jail Roster Info, Warrants, Mugshot
Greenfield City Information
Greenfield is a city in Monterey County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 16,330 people and a total area of 2.1 square miles (5.4 km2).
The city of Greenfield has a city council form of government. The city council is the policy-making and legislative body of the city, enacting all laws in the city. Besides, the city council also appoints the city attorney and the city manager.
Council members are elected by the city residents and serve four year staggered terms. Council members include Mayor Jesus Olvera Garcia, Mayor Pro-tem Avelina Torres, Council Member Leah Santibanez, Council Member Lance Walker and Council Member Yanely Martinez.
The city council holds its meetings on the second and fourth Monday of the month from 7:00 pm at the city hall 599 El Camino Real, Greenfield, CA 93927.To access the agendas and minutes discussed in the meetings, visit
The overall crime rate in Greenfield, CA is 18% lower compared to other cities in California and 13% lower compared to the national average. Looking at crimes involving violence, Greenfield has a crime rate that is 39% higher compared to other cities in California and 59% higher than the national average. When comparing property crimes, the city’s crime rate is 27% lower than California’s and 24% lower than the country’s average. In Greenfield one has a 1 in 41 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 19% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, the overall crime rate in Greenfield has increased by 3%.
The Greenfield Police Department is responsible for protecting public peace, protecting the rights of individuals, safeguarding lives and property and the security and freedom of the city of Greenfield. The department has a workforce of 17 sworn, 2 civilian employees and 7 crossing guards dedicated to serving the City of Greenfield. Tony Sollecito is the Interim Police Chief.
Warrants and Bail
To access warrants, visit the records division of the police department. The records divisions is also the custodian of public records. Greenfield Jail houses offender before they are taken to court. Inmates remanded at the court can post bail in three main ways; these include Bail bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276, Cash bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1269 and Property bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276.5.
Greenfield Police Station Address: 599 El Camino Real, Greenfield, CA 93927, USA
Today, at about 4:30 A.M., officers located a victim of a gunshot on the 100 block of 10th Street. This is an ongoing investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Mattke at 831-233-1302. You can remain anonymous. https://t.co/X5F359kmsz
In the event of a power outage, we recommend you charge your cell phones so you can dial 911 for police, fire, or medical services. The 911 Dispatch Center has generators, which will keep services available for anyone in need of help. Be sure to check in on your loved ones. https://t.co/mFW8JirP5E
Isaac Garcia, 18, of Salinas, was arrested last night after officers located marijuana and a loaded, and unserialized firearm in his vehicle. Passengers Justin Gamotan, 18, and a 17-year-old juvenile, both of Salinas, were cited for possessing marijuana. https://t.co/YLLKkhqrnD
On December 23rd, the Fire Department along with the De La Torre family joined us in Operation Blue Santa, an annual toy drive for families facing some form of hardship.
We would like to thank Fastrip Gas Station, and Rancho San Miguel Super Market for their partnership. https://t.co/hMrpZMjiRC
Our Records Department will be closed from 12/26/2022 to 12/2/2023, for the holidays. Patrol officer staffing will remain the same. For non-emergency police assistance, dial 831-385-8311.
We wish you and your family a wonderful and Blessed Holiday Season. https://t.co/bejBOrswkF
The City of Greenfield hosted it’s annual Holiday Celebration last night. Officers and police staff decorated patrol vehicles and participated in a parade down El Camino Real, then joined the Christmas celebration at the Greenfield Village Park. https://t.co/RlOtikoKDK
Philip Morones, 26, of Greenfield, was arrested Friday morning for DUI, after he drove his car through two backyards on 12th Street and Pasque Avenue. The car came to a stop after hitting a 25-foot Pine Tree. Thankfully, the car missed the homes; there were no injuries. https://t.co/K3So1pCQKA
On Thursday morning, officers contacted Jose Garcia, 30, of Salinas, parked outside of a closed business; Garcia was on felony probation. During a search of his car, a sawed-off shotgun and drugs were located. Garcia was transported to jail for firearm and drug related charges. https://t.co/cRykTP32eq
Three juveniles were arrested after attacking a 13-year-old boy, which left him unconscious. On Wednesday, residents called police to report the incident. Through their help, the three juveniles were identified and later arrested for attempted robbery, assault, and conspiracy. https://t.co/a023O4ZYCl
‼️Traffic Alert ‼️
Power lines are down on the 900 block of Walnut Avenue, and the road is closed between 10th Street and El Camino Real. Police, Fire, and PG&E are on scene. Please avoid the area.
Updates to follow. https://t.co/JvYeARm2xC