Sergeant Armando Perez is a 17-year law enforcement veteran with Roy City Police Department. He is currently a Sergeant in the Patrol Division. Sergeant. Perez has served Roy City as a patrol officer and investigator, Ogden Metro SWAT Team, Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force, and the Tactical Operation Group. Sergeant Perez enlisted in the United States Marine Corps at 19. He was deployed in 2003 with the 2nd Battalion, “8th Marines, “America’s Battalion,” Golf Company, to Iraq during the initial invasion of “Operation Iraqi Freedom.” Sergeant Perez served two years in Security Forces and two years in Infantry. Sergeant Perez was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps with the rank of Sergeant.
Sergeant Daniel Tubbs is a 12 year veteran of Law Enforcement and has spent his entire career with the Roy City Police Department. Sergeant Tubbs has spent time as a Patrol Officer and a Detective specializing in Crimes Against Persons. He has previous experience with the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. He assists with training as a handgun and rifle instructor, an Emergency Vehicle Operations Instructor, and as an armorer for the departments' firearms.
The son of a retired FBI Agent, Sergeant Tubbs was born in Detroit and spent the majority of his childhood moving between Washington D.C., Salt Lake City, and Kansas City but chose to stay in Utah after falling in love with the people and everything else it has to offer. During his off time, Sergeant Tubbs enjoys the outdoors, working on his 1962 Chevrolet Impala and spending time with his family in Moab.
Sergeant Kyle Curtis has been involved in law enforcement since 2003 when he was hired full-time at the Roy City Police Department. During his time with Roy City, he has been fortunate to gain invaluable knowledge while working in various assignments to include Patrol Officer, School Resource Officer, Detective, K9 handler, and currently as a Patrol Sergeant. In the fall of 2018, Sergeant Curtis was honored to retire his K9 partner PSD Jack after nearly five years of service to the citizens of Roy. Sergeant Curtis’ interests away from work include spending time in the outdoors, fishing and hunting with family and friends.
Sergeant Andrew Harper began his career in law enforcement in 2008 as a Reserve Officer with Ogden Police Department and as a Bailiff with the Ogden City Justice Court. In 2010 he began working as a Patrol Officer with Roy City Police. During that time, he assisted with training new officers as a Field Training Officer for several years. Sergeant Harper spent three years as a Detective specializing in investigating crimes against children. Two of those years he was assigned to the FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force. Sergeant Harper has been serving the community as a Patrol Sergeant since 2018. In his time off, Sergeant Harper enjoys spending time with this family and friends. He also enjoys mountain biking and trail running on our nearby trails.
Sergeant Fulton has worked for the Roy City Police Department since 2010. Sergeant Fulton has served the community in a number of capacities: Patrol Officer, Detective, School Resource Officer, and SWAT Team Member. Sergeant Fulton loves Roy and the people who live here. Sergeant Fulton lives in the city and has for over 30 years. Sergeant Fulton is proud to say that he went to Midland Elementary, Sand Ridge Jr. High, and Graduated from Roy High School. Sergeant Fulton is married and is a proud father of three.
Sergeant Jake Francis is a 16-year veteran of law enforcement, and he has spent his entire career with the Roy City Police Department. Sergeant. Francis has received invaluable experience working as a patrol officer, a detective, specializing in property crime investigations, a member of the Homicide Task Force, and as a school resource officer. Sergeant. Francis is currently serving the community as a Patrol Sergeant.
Sergeant. Francis was born and raised in Roy, and he graduated from Roy High School in 2001. Sergeant. Francis continued his education, and he received an associate degree from the College of Eastern Utah before joining the police academy in 2004. During his time off, Sergeant Francis enjoys playing golf and spending time with his family and friends.
Sergeant Josh Taylor began his career in law enforcement in 2012 with the Roy City Police Department. During his 10 years at the department he has worked in both patrol and investigations. While working as a detective Sgt. Taylor investigated fraud, property crimes, crimes against children, and crimes against persons as well as being assigned to the Homicide Task Force. He is currently assigned to the patrol division and is the supervisor of the Public Information Team, Community Relations, and K9 Program.
Outside of work Sgt. Taylor enjoys spending time with his wife and two children.