LUMBERTON, TX – Starting Tuesday, October 18, 2016 through Friday, October 21, 2016 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and again on Saturday, October 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Lumberton Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its 12th opportunity in six years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.  Bring your pills for disposal to Lumberton Police Department at 120 East Chance Cut Off.  (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.)  The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.


Last April, Americans turned in 447 tons (over 893,000 pounds) of prescription drugs at almost 5,400 sites operated by the DEA and more than 4,200 of its state and local law enforcement partners.  Overall, in its 11 previous Take Back events, DEA and its partners have taken in over 6.4 million pounds—about 3,200 tons—of pills. 


This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue.  Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs.  Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health hazards.

In order to protect personally identifiable information, the DEA encourages persons not to place prescription bottles in collection receptacles.


For more information about the disposal of prescription drugs or about the October 22 Take Back Day event, go to the DEA Diversion website or or

Lumberton, Texas Police Department Facebook page




Lumberton Police Department

120-A East Chance Cut Off
Lumberton, Texas 77657

Emergency line: 409-755-3400

Fax 409 755-7900

EMERGENCY:  dial 9-1-1

Office hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (open through lunch)

Police Officers on duty 24/7. Officers can be reached after hours through the Hardin County Sheriff's Office Dispatch by calling 409-755-3400

Citation and/or Traffic Warrant contact Lumberton Municipal Court at 409-755-1491 option 9 to speak with clerk

Outside Lumberton City limits contact Hardin County Sheriff's Office at 409-246-5100 for law enforcement, fire and ambulance


Mission Statement:

The mission of L.P.D. is to provide service, protection, and law enforcement in a fair, effective, efficient, professional manner.

Special Attention is paid to the safety of the schools and children within the City of Lumberton.

Lumberton is a progressive city and our police department strives to maintain that same progressive attitude. We work to provide our officers with the finest equipment and training to equip them to better serve our citizens.

I pledge as Chief of Police to see that our mission is carried out to the best of my ability.

Danny Sullins
Chief of Police
City of Lumberton Police Department


Lumberton Police Department Personnel



Danny Sullins

Police Chief

Forrest Cobb


Joseph Breaux, Jr.


Kenneth Powell


Brent Powell


Chad Wilson


Cody Davis


Trey Brothers


Troy Knight


Chris Robichaux


Jason Blackwell


John Ware


Nathan White


Kenneth Aydelotte


Chad Ainsworth


Michael Strange


Dale Tinsley


Steve Clark

Reserve Sergeant

George Cole

Reserve Patrolman

Coy Collins

Reserve Patrolman

Linda Hunter

Police Secretary/Telecommunication Operator/Sex Offender Registration

   Tonya Cameron    Receptionist/Records Clerk
   Don Mitosinka   Animal Control


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and Twitter    @lumbertonpd


LPD Application for Employment (click for copy)             


Texas Law Enforcement Complies with Senate Bill 1074 Racial Profiling

This department supports the 77th Texas Legislature's mandate prohibiting racial profiling in Texas. Our police officers work under a departmental policy that is consistent with all state and federal laws. The policy includes provisions for citizens to contact us if they have a conflict with a Lumberton police officer.

The Lumberton Police Department realizes that there will be disagreements, from time to time, with individuals that come in contact with our officers. We realize that confusion, different perceptions or possibly the timeliness or information could result in information that may produce different accounts of the same incident. These disagreements between citizens and officers need to be addressed. We trust that the vast majority of contacts between citizens and officers are conducted in a positive, professional manner. The relationship between the community and our officers is based on confidence and trust. We cannot be effective without both the community and our officers working together to achieve this goal.

Citizens feeling that they have a legitimate concern may make a formal complaint to the Lumberton Police Department at any time by contacting any member of this department for information on the complaint process. Additional information about this process may be obtained by calling us at (409) 755-2650.

The Lumberton Police Department would like to know about positive police contacts. Please feel free to write Chief Sullins a letter or note to let him know about a positive contact with our officers. Chief Sullins will let the officer know about your letter and a copy will be placed in the officer's personnel folder.

We are very proud of the relationship the Lumberton Police Department shares with the community. Our long standing goal is to provide our citizens with a safe community where all may live without the fear of crime.


City of Lumberton Registered Sex Offenders               

Click above to view current list including photograph of Sex Offenders within the Lumberton city limits

Sex Offender's can register with the Lumberton Police Department at 120 A. East Chance Cut Off.

Registration hours are Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Appointment not required.

Code of Ordinance 06-1170 Sex Offenders (click to view)

Sex Offender Registration Duties (click to view)

Helpful websites:

Child Safety: (Cyber Crimes & Safety)

texas10mostwanted Facebook page

Child Safety Seats: (download children's story book "Bernard in the Backseat")

Text the word "SEAT" and your Zip Code to 876526 to schedule a free child safety seat check with a certified technician

Sex Offender:

Texas Registered Sex Offender search:

National Registered Sex Offender search:

Downloadable APP to track & search Registered Sex Offenders) 

Texas Department of Criminal Justice:

Inmate search:

Texas Department of State Health Services:

Vital Statistics (Birth Certificate, Death Certificate, Marriage Verification, Divorce Verification)



Vehicle transfer notification:

TxDPS: (Driver License, Handgun Licensing, Crime Records, TX 10 Most Wanted, THP Citation Search, Amber Alerts, Missing Person Clearinghouse)


Road Conditions:

Blue Form to report an accident:

Request certified copy of crash report:

U.S. Department of Justice - Drug Enforcement Agency:

Disposal of Medication:

Closest Public Controlled Substance Disposal Location: Walgreens, 3700 Hwy 365, Port Arthur, TX 77642, Distance: 25 miles

Helpful telephone numbers:

Beaumont Fire Department 409-880-3901

Beaumont Municipal Court 409-833-0555

Beaumont Police Department 409-832-1234

Child Protective Services Hotline 800-252-5400

DPS Beaumont 409-924-5400

Hardin County Adult Probation 409-246-5170

Hardin County Attorney 409-246-5165

Hardin County Constable Pct. 4 (Alvin Roberts) 409-755-4584

Hardin County Crime Victim's Assistance 409-246-4300

Hardin County District Attorney 409-246-5160

Hardin County District Clerk 409-246-5150

Hardin County Emergency Management 409-246-5119

Hardin County Health Clinic 409-246-5188

Hardin County Juvenile Probation 409-246-5175

Hardin County Sheriff's Officer 409-246-5100

Hardin County Tax Office 409-246-5180

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office 409-726-2540

Lumberton Animal Control 409-755-2650 ext. 172

Lumberton Chamber of Commerce 409-755-0554

Lumberton City Hall-Permits and Maintenance Department 409-755-3700

Lumberton EMS 409-751-3900

Lumberton Fire 409-755-6031

Lumberton Justice of the Peace Pct. 5 (Judge Melissa Minton) 409-755-2862

Lumberton Library 409-755-7400

Lumberton Municipal Court 409-755-1491

Lumberton Municipal Utilities District (LMUD) 409-755-1559

Lumberton Post Office 409-751-6317

Lumberton Senior Citizens (Pete Trest Center) 409-755-2230

State of Texas Attorney General 800-463-2007

Texas Department of Transportation

   Maintenance/Animal Carcass/Debris/State Signs 409-246-2300

   Traffic Control Devices (traffic lights/school zone lights) 409-892-7311 ask for signal shop

Texas Parks and Wildlife (Game Warden) 409-892-8666


Open Records Requests:

Copies of Accident & Incident Reports may be obtained:

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Open Records Requests will NOT be accepted via fax. Must be made via mail or in person at Lumberton PD

Accident Reports:

Transportation Code, Sec. 550.065. RELEASE OF CRASH REPORTS. (b) Excerpt as provided by Subsection (c), a crash report held by the department is privileged and for the confidential use of the department; and an agency of the United States, this state, or a local government of this state having use for the report for crash prevention purposes. (c) allows release of a crash report on written request and payment of required fee: (4) a person who provides the department or law enforcement agency with two or more of the following: date of the crash; the name of any person involved; the specific location of the crash.

The cost of accident report is $6.00/report. Payment must be in the form of cash, personal check, cashiers check or money order and made payable to the Lumberton Police Department.

Reports may only be requested in person or by mail. If requesting by mail, you must provide a self addressed, stamped envelope for return of report. We do not fax reports.

*Texas Statute allows the investigating officer 10 days in which to submit his/her report.

*Certified copies of crash reports can only be obtained through Texas Department of Transportation  @

Open Records Request for Accident Report (click for copy of request form)

Incident Reports:

Incident Reports and all other documents such as photographs, videos, statements, etc. may be obtained Under The Texas Government Code, Chapter 552, The Public Information Act.

In order to obtain requested records you must provide this agency enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the Lumberton Police Department to accurately identify and locate the information requested. The required information to obtain records that are open to the public are: the date of report, offense title, name of complainant or arrestee and the specific form(s) requesting.

You may review information that is not confidential and open for public record promptly and at no charge at the Lumberton Police Department, if available. If report contains confidential information or information that is not open for public record at the time and must be edited from the record before it can be made available for inspection, you will be charged $.10/page for said copies.

If report can not be produced immediately a date and time will be provided within 10 days of request.

If requesting any information other than what is public record; this agency has the right to request a ruling from the Office of the Attorney General and a copy of the ruling will be provided to requestor.

Open Records Request for Incident Report (click for copy of request form)

Charges for providing copies of Public Information:

*Standard paper copy - $.10/page

*Rewritable CD (CD-RW) - $1.00/CD

*Non-rewritable CD (CD-R) - $1.00/CD

*Digital video disc (DVD) - $3.00/DVD

*Oversize paper copy - $.50/copy

*Charge for labor costs incurred in processing a request for public information is $15/hour. Labor charge includes actual time to locate, compile, manipulate data, and reproduce the requested information.

*If requesting by mail, you must provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope for return of documents


Animal Control

Contact Information:

 Phone: 409-755-2650 extension 172 (if out of office, leave message for return call)

 Address: 120 East Chance Cut Off, Lumberton, TX (behind Police Department/Library)

 Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Lumberton Animal Control does not accept drop offs and does not respond outside the city limits of Lumberton

Code of Ordinance - Chapter 4 - Animals (click to view)