Emergency Management

Missing girl found
Posted By Kristin Tinsley on Nov 14th, 2012 at 7:53 AM

Missing 16 y/o Briana Troyer has been found safe in a North end home with the suspect. The AMBER ALERT has been cancelled. Thank you to everyone who called in with tips.

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Amber Alert – Missing Child
Posted By Sheri Badger on Nov 14th, 2012 at 5:23 AM

Tacoma Police are searching for a 16-year-old white female named Briana Troyer. Briana is 5’ 02”, 105 lbs with light brown hair and blue eyes. She was wearing a blue/red/white Wilson High School bowling shirt, gray hooded Wilson High School sweatshirt, blue jeans and blue converse tennis shoes. Briana is a special education student with an estimated mental age of 9-years-old. Briana was last seen on Tuesday, November 13th at about 5:30 p.m. at the Tower Lanes Bowling Alley located at 6323 6th Ave. in Tacoma. Briana was seen walking out of the lot onto 6th Ave. with a 21-year-old black male named Terrence Darnell Powell. Powell is a level 1 registered sex offender. He is described as 5’ 09”, 220 lbs with a dyed blonde afro. He was wearing dark clothing with a white doo-rag, carrying a large backpack.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Tacoma Police Tip Line at (253) 798-TIPS (8477).

AMBER ALERT

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Monthly test of the 17 outdoor lahar warning sirens
Posted By Kristin Tinsley on Nov 5th, 2012 at 6:11 AM

Today at noon, Emergency Management will conduct its monthly test of the 17 outdoor lahar warning sirens in the Puyallup River Valley.

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Monthly test of the 17 outdoor lahar warning sirens
Posted By Sheri Badger on Oct 1st, 2012 at 9:03 AM

Today at noon, Emergency Management will conduct its monthly test of the 17 outdoor lahar warning sirens in the Puyallup River Valley.

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Monthly test of the 17 outdoor lahar warning sirens
Posted By Kristin Tinsley on Sep 3rd, 2012 at 11:03 AM

Today at noon, Emergency Management will conduct its monthly test of the 17 outdoor lahar warning sirens in the Puyallup River Valley.

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