Johnson Police Department

  • Agency: Johnson Police Department
  • Address: 2904 Main Dr, Johnson, 72741 AR
  • Chief: Vernon Sisemore (Chief of Police)
Phone: (479) 521-3192
Fax: (479) 521-9157

Johnson Police Department is located at 2904 Main Dr, Johnson, 72741 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Vernon Sisemore. The Johnson Police Department phone number is (479) 521-3192.

Johnson Police Department News

This weekend the city has a couple things going on, first we will be outside the police department helping with the drug take back and the city employees will be in parking lot helping with the city wide clean up.

This girl was found at Dollar General if anyone knows where she belongs please contact the police department at 479 521-3192.

Earlier this month someone broke into Country Mart on Main Drive below are some pictures of the individual from inside the store. We know the pictures are not the best, but if you have any information about this please call Detective Duncan at 479 521-3192.

This morning the one of the police officers picked up a chocolate lab at the intersection of Carley Rd and Colton. If anyone knows where he belongs please contact us at 479 521-3192.

Come out and join us for this fun event!!!!

We just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to Preferred Office Technologies for bringing us some coffee today it was greatly appreciated...

The black and white Husky was found around the 3100 Block of Amberwood and the Pomeranian was found around the 2800 Block of Amberwood. The photo of the kitten was sent to us by a citizen not sure exactly where he was found. If anyone knows where these guys might belong please call the police department at 479 521-3192.

I had so much to say, but the most important is that we will never forget the sacrifices made that day and every since. NEVER FORGOTTEN!!!!!!

This little pooch has gone missing. His name is Samson and is a 4 year old Corgi / Shepard mix. Last seen near the Meadow View apartments. If found contact the Johnson PD or his owner Teresa Mendoza at 479-381-1396.

If anyone knows where this girl is please call the number below or the Johnson Police Department at 521-3192 so we can get her back to her family.

This little guy was found on Wilkerson, if anyone knows where he belongs please call the police department at 521-3192.

If anyone know who these two are we would like to here from you. The detective would like to speak to them in reference to a theft and fraudulent use of a credit. They were caught on camera leaving in the Mercury Mountaineer pictured below. The Mountaineer is light colored possibly a light blue or gray early to mid 2000 model with some damage under the driver's side taillight. If you have any information please contact Det. Duncan at 479 521-3192.

ATTN: The Johnson Police Department is Now Hiring 2 Full Time Patrol Positions. For More Information Contact Sgt. Jamie Holland or Sgt. Jerry Bowen - or by phone 479-521-3192

We picked up a black lab on Roxbury earlier, if you're missing one contact the police department at 479 521-3192.

This little guy was found on the corner of Main Dr. and Wilkerson today. Anyone know where he belongs? Extremely friendly little pooch.

This loveable little pooch was found on Samantha Street yesterday. Pitbull mix breed puppy. If anyone know where she belongs please have them contact the Johnson Police Department.

We hope everyone has a great 4th of July. Please be safe and enjoy the day with your family and friends.

Here are the hours it's ok to use fireworks, hopefully this helps. The whole ordinance can be found on the City of Johnson website.

Please move over for all emergency vehicles! ARKANSAS 27-51-310 (a) As used in this section, "authorized vehicle" means a vehicle that: (1) Displays a flashing, revolving, or rotating blue, red, amber, amber and red, white, or green light; and (2) Is one (1) of the following: (A) An emergency response vehicle; (B) A law enforcement vehicle; (C) An Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department vehicle; (D) An Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department contractor vehicle; (E) A utility company vehicle; or (F) A vehicle used in a towing operation as defined under § 27-51-904. (b) (1) Except as provided under subdivision (b)(2) of this section, the driver of a motor vehicle that is approaching an authorized vehicle that is stopped or parked on a street, road, or highway or on the shoulder of a street, road, or highway shall: (A) Move to the farthest possible lane or position from the authorized vehicle; (B) Remain in that lane or position until the driver passes the authorized vehicle; and (C) Otherwise exercise due caution. (2) If the driver determines that it is unsafe or not possible to change lanes as required under subdivision (b)(1) of this section, the driver shall: (A) Reduce the motor vehicle's speed; (B) Exercise due caution; and (C) Maintain a reduced speed appropriate to the street, road, or highway and the conditions through the area where the authorized vehicle is stopped or parked. (c) (1) A person who pleads guilty or nolo contendere to or is found guilty of violating this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined not less than thirty-five dollars ($35.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500), confined in the county jail not to exceed ninety (90) days, or both fined and imprisoned. (2) In addition to the penalties prescribed in subdivision (c)(1) of this section, the court may order community service for not more than seven (7) days and may suspend the person's driver's license for a period of not less than ninety (90) days nor more than six (6) months. (d) There is created a rebuttable presumption that shall arise in any criminal action under this section to the effect that if it can be proven that a person is the registered owner of a vehicle that is driven in a manner that violates this section, the person is presumed to have been the driver of the vehicle at the time of the violation.

How does everyone else feel about Monday?

This girl got out of her yard last night around Saddlebrook, if you see her please call the number below or contact the police department at 521-3192 so we can get her back home.

This guy was found near Bent Trail, he's wearing a green collar but no tags and hanging out with a black dog. If anyone knows where he belongs please call the police department.

Hopefully everyone is enjoying their weekend. Please take a minute to honor and remember those heros who paid the ultimate sacrifice defending this country whether foreign or domestic!