Police Department Welcomes Police Officers

Mill Creek Police Department Welcomes Two New Police Officers
Posted on 01/19/2022
Following an extensive search, the City of Mill Creek is pleased to announce two new lateral officers have joined the Mill Creek Police Department (MCPD) effective Tuesday, January 18, 2022.

Introducing Theodore Ojeda and Brittney Roy, both experienced Washington State Peace Officers who bring over a decade of combined experience to our City. "We place a high value on a commitment to community, which both of these officers embrace," said Acting Chief of Police Stan White. "I look forward to working with them."

Officer Ojeda joined the MCPD as a lateral officer from nearby Tulalip, WA, and is looking 
forward to developing new relationships in Mill Creek. Originally from Houston, TX, Ojeda 
served as a deputy sheriff for eight years. Ojeda grew up predominately in Killeen, TX, where 
his father was in the U.S. Army. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Marine 
Corps, where he served four years of active duty and eight years in the reserves. Ojeda enjoys 
mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, traveling, and spending time with his family.

Officer Roy joined the MCPD as a lateral from the Seattle Police Department, with five years of 
law enforcement experience. Originally from Long Island, NY, she began her career with the 
New York City Police Department. Following her passion for police work and the great outdoors, 
Roy moved to Washington State in 2018. In her spare time, she enjoys hikes with her dog, Jax, 
and experiencing all of the new things the West Coast has to offer.

For more information about the MCPD or to enquire about ongoing recruiting efforts, 
visit cityofmillcreek.com.