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The first incident occurred at about 2:28 a.m., according to Santa Paula Police Department Lieutenant Mike Saviers, with the report of a hit and run in the 200 block of Santa Paula Street near Olive Street."He was subsequently investigated for driving under the influence and was arrested for same, as well as for misdemeanor hit and run," said Saviers.Pineda's vehicle was towed from the scene and impounded.Also on May 10 at about 3:56 a.m., officers responded to a hit and run reported in the 200 block of Dean Drive."A 1996 green Nissan Sentra was hit by an unknown vehicle" that Saviers said then left the scene of the collision.
Two juveniles, ages 16 and 17, were apprehended December 19 in Santa Paula following the theft of a van from the 500 block of Foothill Road, according to Santa Paula Police Department spokesperson Sergeant Michael Saviers.Two juveniles, ages 16 and 17, were apprehended December 19 in Santa Paula following the theft of a van from the 500 block of Foothill Road, according to Santa Paula Police Department spokesperson Sergeant Michael Saviers.
My name is Mike Saviers and I am a police officer with the Santa Paula Police Department and a member of the Santa Paula Police Officers Association.Mike SaviersSPPD OfficerSupport for Library
Today is his last official day on the job, but on Tuesday the Chamber of Commerce honored Santa Paula Police Lieutenant Mike Saviers as the Public Safety Officer of the Month at Good Morning Santa Paula.The Chamber-sponsored event was held at Logsdon's at the Santa Paula Airport."First of all let me intro Lt.Mike Saviers for those few who possibly couldn't know," joked Police Chief Steve MacKinnon.Among the reasons that Saviers was selected for the Public Safety Officer of the Month award is that "he is finishing up his career Friday, his last day ...I want to make you aware of what a fantastic job he has done" since initially joining the SPPD in 1975 as a reserve officer.The 33-year SPPD veteran was sworn in as a regular officer in "August 1979, the same month and year I started my career," among several career parallels MacKinnon said he has discovered."Since 1979 Lt.Saviers' really had an incredible career ...I was going through his file and found a continuous flow, a countless number of letters of commendation" from former SPPD chiefs as well as from top officials of other law enforcement agencies.Also found, MacKinnon added, were "an enormous amount of letters from the community," noting Saviers' help and stellar service.Saviers has held his current position for "going on three years ... before that he was the keystone of the office" as sergeant and watch commander, "mentoring new officers and keeping the city safe at night.Lt.Saviers is admired by many officers," and although the recruitment is now in process, "it will be difficult to choose his replacement....I also want to express all my appreciation of how supportive Lt.Saviers has been of me since I joined the department," MacKinnon added."I guess you'll find a place for this on the wall with all the other awards" and commendations, noted GMSP Moderator Ben Schuck, who presented the Officer of the Month plaque to Saviers.Saviers said he plans to "relax for awhile and start a second career," and he thanked the community for its ongoing support."It's been a great 33 years" serving Santa Paula, while forging strong working relationships and friendships including, city native Saviers noted, Mayor Bob Gonzales, the former SPPD chief."I've know many of you" for many years, and Saviers thanked the Chamber for the honor.
Others participating in the United Way drive were Santa Paula Police Officers Mike Saviers, Chris Cook, Ryan Smith, Frank Garcia and Richie Mendez.