Rogers Police Department

  • Agency: Rogers Police Department
  • Address: 1905 S. Dixieland, Rogers, 72758 AR
  • Chief: Stephen Helms (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-636-4141479-621-1172
Fax:

Rogers Police Department is located at 1905 S. Dixieland, Rogers, 72758 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Stephen Helms. The Rogers Police Department phone number is 479-636-4141479-621-1172.

Rogers Police Department News

ARREST MADE IN STABBING INVESTIGATION The Rogers Police Department has arrested a 17 year-old juvenile male in connection with a stabbing incident that occurred on April 16, 2018. On April 16, 2018 around 9:42 pm, the Rogers Police Department responded to 3705 Murdock Lane for a 21-year-old male who had a single stab wound to the upper right chest. The victim was transported by ambulance to NW Medical Center for treatment. Investigation into the incident revealed that the victim and the suspect were staying at the Regency 7 Motel, located at 3714 W Walnut Street, in separate rooms. They met outside and got into a physical confrontation involving several people. During the disturbance the juvenile stabbed the victim with a knife. A second person was also cut with a knife while he was fleeing with the victim. During the investigation it was also discovered that both the victim and the suspect are alleged to belong to members of two local rival gangs. The juvenile is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center on charges of Battery 1st Degree (B Felony), Battery 2nd Degree (Class D Felony). Due to the criminal activity also being gang-related the juvenile was additionally charged with Engaging in a Continuing Criminal Gang, Organization, or Enterprise (Class Y Felony).

DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT Got old drugs? Next Saturday, April 28 from 10 am-2 pm, will be the next National Take Back Event in which you can turn on your old or unused prescription medications. There are two locations you can got to: There is a permanent drop off box located at the Rogers Police Department (open 24/7), or you may take your unwanted medications to the parking lot of the Mercy Clinic located at 3101 SE 14th Street in Bentonville (near I-540). All collected medications will be turned over to DEA for destruction. There are also several sites located across Benton County. Drug Free Benton County has been working with local police departments to have permanent drop off boxes installed.

Tonight at the Citizens Police Academy- Criminal Investigation Division. Sgt Greene talking about the types of cases our detectives investigate.

Thank you to the students at Heritage High School who took our women's self defense class. You did fantastic! I had a great time teaching.

When you just make it inside before someone does the #9PMROUTINE ... -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds

Daily Call Sheet April 17, 2018 calls for service- 176 case reports- 23 911 hang up- 2 alarms- 5 b/e- 3 criminal mischief- 1 criminal trespass- 1 domestic disturbance- 1 harassment- 2 lost/stolen property- 2 narcotics investigation- 3 parking violation- 1 prowler- 1 shoplifting- 2 suspicious person/event- 9 theft- 5 warrant- 5 traffic stops- 56 citations- 10 accidents- 15 B/E were reported in the 400 block of S 6th Str; the 6500 block of S 49th Str, and in the 3300 block of N 2nd Str. Prowler was reported in the 200 block of Asher Ct.

The Big bad Wolf ca huff and puff all he wants, but if you did the #9PMROUTINE he can't come in. -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds

On April 8, 2018 around 3:30 pm, the two subjects in the attached photograph are suspected of attempting to shoplift over $1500 at Walmart located at 2110 W Walnut Street in Rogers, AR. Both subjects fled from store associates when they were confronted. If you know the identity of either subject please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Cpl Cain. This case is documented under CR 2018- 2174.

Daily Call Sheet Monday, April 16, 2018 calls for service- 173 case reports- 12 911 hang up- 2 alarm- 4 animal complaint- 2 b/e- 1 burglary- 1 criminal mischief- 1 disturbance- 2 found property- 1 harassment- 5 lost/stolen property- 1 missing person- 1 parking violation- 2 reckless driver- 1 stabbing- 1 suspicious person/ event- 10 terroristic threat- 1 theft- 7 warrant- 4 traffic stops- 55 citations- 10 accidents- 14

Always good information from the State Police. Today, traffic circles.

Keep your doord locked and watch out for Land shark! #9PMROUTINE -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds (Setting the Way-Back Machine to 1975 for tonights reminder. How many people remember watching this on SNL? )

To keep from running out of words when your property gets stolen do the #9PMROUTINE -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds

Before you rest do the #9PMROUTINE -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds

It"s never pointless to do the #9PMROUTINE -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds

Daily Call Sheet April 12, 2018 calls for service- 203 case reports- 30 911 hang up- 6 alarm- 3 animal complaint- 1 b/e- 2 burglary- 1 counterfeit money- 1 disturbance- 5 domestic disturbance- 2 forgery- 1 found property- 1 graffiti- 2 harassment- 1 id theft- 1 narcotics investigation- 2 parking violation- 1 seized contraband- 1 shoplifting- 4 suspicious person/ event- 8 theft- 6 warrant- 8 traffic stop- 59 citation- 10 accident- 11 B/E were reported in the 5500 block of Walsh and in the 900 block of S 8th Street.

Even if you're feeling a little sluggish, get up and do the #9PMROUTINE -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds

Tonight we honored Officer Josh Martin with the Rogers Police Department Lifesaving Award. On January 15, 2018, Officer Martin responded to a call in which a teenage male had attempted suicide. Officer Martin, who had previously received training as a combat medic in the military, was able to put his training to use and began lifesaving measures while waiting for paramedics. "Officer Martin's action in the performance of his duties on January 15, 2018, saved the life of a troubled young man. In doing so he not only prevented the tragic loss of a young man's life, he saved a family of lifelong grief and suffering. Officer Martin upheld the highest standards of the Rogers Police Department and is hereby awarded the departments Lifesaving Award on April 12, 2018."

Captain Jarod Mason speaking to the 2018 Citizens Police Academy. Tonight we are covering Uniform Division.

Daily Call Sheet April 11, 2018 calls for service- 177 case reports- 17 911 hang up- 2 alarms- 8 animal complaint- 1 criminal mischief- 4 disturbance- 3 domestic disturbance- 1 found property- 3 harassment- 1 id theft- 1 lost/stolen property- 1 noise complaint- 1 parking violation- 2 public intoxication- 1 reckless driver- 2 robbery- 1 suspicious person/event- 4 terroristic threat- 2 theft- 6 warrant- 6 traffic stops- 48 citations- 7 accidents- 8

If you did the #9PMROUTINE, we think you are... -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds

This week is National Telecommunicators Week in which we recognize the hard work and professionalism of our 9-1-1 emergency Dispatchers. We are fortunate to have them standing by 24/7.

Daily Call Sheet April 10, 2018 calls for service- 173 case reports- 30 911 hang up- 2 alarm- 4 animal complaint- 1 b/e- 2 burglary- 1 disturbance- 2 domestic disturbance- 2 found property- 1 harassment- 1 id theft- 1 interference with custody- 1 lost/stolen property- 1 noise complaint- 1 parking violation- 1 weapon call- 1 public intoxication- 1 reckless driver- 3 sexual assault- 1 suspicious person/event- 6 terroristic threat- 1 theft- 6 warrant- 10 traffic stops- 51 citations- 6 accidents- 10 B/E were reported in the 100 block of N 24th Street and in the 200 block of W Oak Street.

That moment when you are trying to break into someones car, but they did the #9PMROUTINE, and then you notice the owners are watching you... -Remove all valuables and firearms from your vehicle -Ensure all vehicle doors and trunk are locked -Lock all doors to your house, garage, and secure your property -Turn on outside lights -Close your blinds