Glenwood Police Department

  • Agency: Glenwood Police Department
  • Address: 210 North 2nd Street, Glenwood, 71943 AR
  • Chief: Randy Reid (Chief of Police)

Glenwood Police Department is located at 210 North 2nd Street, Glenwood, 71943 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Randy Reid. The Glenwood Police Department phone number is 870-356-3333.

Glenwood Police Department News

August 29, 2018 The Glenwood Police Department Police Chief Clark Kinzler, Assistant Chief Justin Babbitt, Detective Captain Jessica Babbitt, Patrolman BT Smith, Constable Wade Coffman along with Montgomery County Sheriff David White and Lieutenant Greg Harmon teamed up together and served a warrant for Mr. Adan Chirino. Mr. Chirino was taken into custody without incident. Mr. Chirino had warrants out of Glenwood AR, Ohio, and Georgia. Mr. Chirino’s out of state warrants had him listed as dangerous with multiple drug charges and assault on officers. Mr. Chirino was the suspect in a domestic case from Sunday night which caused his family to flee in fear taking shelter at a neighbors house which led officers to an urgency to identify and arrest him. Once fingerprinted it was found that Mr. Chirino had several aliases he’s used over the past several years.

Glenwood is also participating in this campaign!!!

If anyone knows Michael P. Alexander I have a debit card that was turned in to the PD in that name. Will need proper ID and Bank Name.

The Glenwood Police Department will be participating in the “Obey the sign or Pay the fine” speed Enforcement operation. Arkansas law enforcement officers will launch a concentrated week-long speed enforcement plan next week. The operation will be promoted across the state using the message headline, “Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine”. The intensified enforcement effort will begin Monday, July 16th and continue through the following Sunday, July 22nd. The enforcement plan involves law enforcement departments across the state “Speeding leads to death on our roadways,” said Colonel Bill Bryant, Director of the Arkansas State Police and the Governor’s Highway Safety Representative. “Higher speeds reduce a driver’s ability to steer safely around other vehicles, roadway hazards and unexpected highway exits or directions." Drivers who ignore the speed limit put themselves, their passengers and other drivers at tremendous risk. During calendar year 2015, speeding was a contributing factor in 27 percent of all fatal crashes in the U.S. and more than 9,500 lives were lost in such crashes, according to the latest data available from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. “Driving above the posted speed limit or speeding in bad weather conditions dramatically increases the probability that a motorist will be involved in a crash,” Colonel Bryant said. “State troopers and other law enforcement officers will be on the lookout for speeding drivers.” The goal of the operation is to save lives and make drivers aware that no excuses are acceptable. When it comes to speeding; Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine.

Glenwood Police Department will be taking part in the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign during the Fourth of July holiday weekend, June 29-July 8, 2018. In support of law enforcement’s dedication to protecting the lives of residents in their communities, there will be an increased enforcement on the roads with zero tolerance for those who drive impaired. Several DWI Checkpoints will be located in the city limits of Glenwood Arkansas. Checkpoint Locations: The area of Highway 70, The area of Highway 8, The area of Mt. View Rd, The area of County Line Rd, The area of Broadway, The area near the Glove Factory. Check Points will take place between June 29, 2018 through July 8, 2018 between the hours of 12:00am - 11:59pm. During the 2016 Fourth of July holiday (6 p.m. July 2 to 5:59 a.m. July 6), 188 people were killed in crashes involving at least one driver or motorcycle operator with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or higher. This is a 28-percent increase from 2015, during which 146 people were killed during the same holiday period. It’s essential that our community members understand the safety and financial risks they take when they drink and drive. Under no circumstances is it ever acceptable to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after you’ve been drinking. Doing so endangers you, and everyone on the road with you. This Fourth of July, law enforcement agencies and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) urge drivers to designate a sober driver if you plan on drinking. According to the NHTSA, 37,461 people were killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes in 2016, and 28 percent (10,497) of those fatalities occurred in a crash during which the driver had a BAC over the legal limit of .08. With Fourth of July festivities wrapping up in the evening or late at night, more cars will be on the roads. Nighttime is especially dangerous: the rate of alcohol impairment among drivers involved in fatal crashes during the 2016 July Fourth holiday period was more than three times higher at night than it was during the day.

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The Glenwood Police Department needs your help identifying the individual and vehicle in these photos. If you have any information please contact the Glenwood Police Department (870) 356-3333 or Pike County Dispatch at (870) 285-3301

The Glenwood Police Department would like your help in locating the following list of offenders. This list contains several subjects wanted by the Glenwood Police Department. If you know the whereabouts of any of these subjects please call Glenwood Police Department (870) 356-3333 or Pike County Dispatch (870) 285-3301

GLENWOOD’S TOP 10 MOST WANTED Please see the following flyers, this is a list of Glenwood’s top 10 most wanted. Please call Glenwood Police Department (870)356-3333 or Pike County Dispatch (870) 285-3301 if you know the where about’s of our most wanted offenders.

Don’t forget to come by and see us at Caddo River Festival today!!! Bring all of your old prescriptions and OTC medication, let us dispose of it for you!!! We have lots of stuff for the kids!!!

Our collection site is located inside Glenwood City Hall.

11:00am UPDATE!!! FOUND SAFE!!! Yvette Santoyo was found safe this morning and is back home with family. The Glenwood Police Department would like to thank all the persons that provided information to the Department ensuring the safe return of the child and specifically the Grider family for their assistance in the investigation. We would also like to sincerely apologize to Mrs. Katrina Grider for an update that was posted at 2:45am naming her as the person who dropped the juvenile off, this was a miscommunication between officers. Mrs. Grider did not have contact with Miss Santoyo and only provided all assistance that she could with the information she had found out about the situation. The individual that had contact with the missing child was a juvenile female and not Mrs. Grider. Original Post Missing / Runaway 16 year old Female Yvette Santoyo Brown Hair Brown Eyes (wears glasses) Last seen 4/26/2018 @ 7:30pm in Glenwood, Arkansas. Last seen wearing a rainbow hoodie, blue jeans, and gray shoes. If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Miss Yvette Santoyo please call Pike County Dispatch (870)285-3301 and ask to speak with a Glenwood Officer. Update... At 2:45am Amity Police Department made contact with a female juvenile who I am told was aware that Miss Yvette Santoyo was a runaway and rather than taking her home she dropped her off on Kennedy Cutoff at a location she would not disclose...

Anyone missing a female German Shepherd in Glenwood!!! Please contact GWPD or Animal Control to identify!!! She was found today about 11:30am. I am not posting pics we would like the rightful owner to identify her!!!