Trenton Police are looking for suspects in an alleged theft case.  A release from Chief Tommy Wright states during the month of August, several area residents formed a two day softball tournament to help off set cost for the families of 3 men who had died in car accidents within recent years.

To this day, none of the families have received any money.  Wright has asked for anyone involved through participation in the tournament or through donations to contact him.

Press Release:



Trenton Police Department


Tommy Wright-Chief of Police [email protected] (660)359-5557(Office) (660)620-9225 (cell)


Rex Ross-Lieutenant/Assistant Chief [email protected] (660) 359-5557 (Office)



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For Immediate Release

December 9, 2014

Chief Tommy Wright advises that the Trenton Police Department is currently investigating the alleged theft of monies from an August 2014 charity softball tournament.

Wright advises that in August 2014, several area residents formed a two day softball tournament at Griffin Field, Trenton, to raise money for three area men who had died in vehicle accidents in 2009 and in 2012.

The money raised was to be distributed to the families to help offset the cost of burial and headstone expenses. To date, no families have received any monies from this event.

Wright advised that they have developed a person(s) of interest and the investigation is ongoing. Wright asks that anyone who contributed to this softball tournament, either through money donation or through team registration, to contact him via email or phone.

To contact Chief Tommy Wright via email at [email protected]. or via telephone at 660-359-5557.