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

On September 14, 2018 around 6 pm, the subject in the attached photograph is suspected of taking a cell phone that was left on the counter of the McDonalds located at 903 W Walnut Street in Rogers, AR. The subject exited the store with the cell phone and did not attempt to turn it in. He was last seen leaving the parking lot in a green pickup. If you know the identity of the subject, or have any information retarding this investigation, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Cpl Esmond. This case is documented under CR 2018-6126.

AGGRAVATED BURGLARY At 4:02 am, officers with the Rogers Police Department responded to 1014 W Oak Street for an aggravated burglary in which two subjects had the resident at gunpoint. As officers arrived on scene they heard shots fired. Although it was originally thought the shots were fired at the officers, it is not clear that officers were the intended target. No one was injured and officers did not return fire. The suspects fled the scene on foot. Both subjects were wearing masks and there is no further description at this time. This is still an active investigation. If anyone has information regarding this incident please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn. CID.

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On September 8, 2018 around 2:25 am, the subject in the attached photograph fraudulently used a stolen debit card at Walmart to purchase over $300 worth of merchandise. The debit card was stolen out of a vehicle in Bentonville. if you know the identity of this person please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn detective Villar. This case is documented under CR 2018-5970.

New Community Outreach Program for Teenagers Recognizing that teenagers are often an overlooked group within our community and that they can be a source of insightful input regarding youth and law enforcement issues, the Rogers Police Department will be forming a Youth Police Advisory Council (YPAC). The primary function of the YAPC is to promote trust and understanding between the Rogers Police Department and youth, and to bring the issues and concerns of our younger citizens to law enforcement's attention so we can work together to address the concerns. The Rogers Youth Police Advisory Council will meet five times a year during the school term. The members of the YAPC will poll their peers before the meetings and gather relevant questions, issues, and concerns of students to present at the meetings. The information gathered is then disseminated to their peers and schoolmates. To be considered for YPAC, a student must meet the following criteria: -Attend a high school in the City of Rogers. -Download and complete application. -Write an essay explaining the desire to serve on the council. -Obtain parental approval to serve on the council. -Obtain school administration approval to serve on the council. -Applications are accepted at the beginning of the school year (August-September). The meetings and projects are designed to accomplish the following: -Promote serious dialogue with youth -Advise the Chief of Police about current issues of importance concerning youth -Communicate mutual concerns of the police department and youth -Unify our youth into a positive force for the good of the community -Establish broad based support among youth for the police department -Bring awareness to peers on crime related issues Topics of Discussion may include: -Violence Issues- teen dating violence, school violence, date rape, personal safety -Relational Issues- respect, peer pressure, conflict resolution, teen/adult relationships -Youth and Legal Issues- youth and the legal system, long-term consequences of arrest record, what to do when in the company of someone who commits a crime, illegal use of drugs and alcohol, gang involvement. If you are a High School student in the City of Rogers and would like to apply to join the YPAC, go to our department web-site and fill out an application. Deadline to apply is September 28, 2018. http://rogersar.gov/1182/Youth-Police-Advisory-Council

On August 25, 2018 around 2:28 am, the three subjects (clustered together) in the attached picture are suspected of shoplifting over $130 worth of merchandise from the Walmart located at 4208 S Pleasant Grove Road in Rogers, AR. if you know the identity of any of the subjects or have any information regarding this investigation, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Officer Garcia. This case is documented under CR 2018-5951.

Regarding the city storm warning sirens... Our storm warning sirens are malfunctioning. THERE ARE NO WEATHER WARNINGS AT THIS TIME. We apologize for any inconvenience or alarm this malfunction may have caused. We are working to determine the cause of the malfunction. PLEASE DO NOT CALL 9-1-1 TO REPORT THE SIRENS. Thank you for your patience.

**THE SUBJECTS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP. ** On September 6, 2018 around 5:10 am, the three subjects in the attached photographs are suspected of taking a purse belonging to a store employee of the Conoco gas station located at 4601 W Walnut Street in Rogers, AR. The purse was left on the counter and the subjects were observed taking the purse and leaving the store. If you have any information regarding this investigation or know the identity of any of the subjects, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn MPO Stroud. This case is documented under CR 2018-5905.

On Tuesday, September 11, 2018 the subject in the attached photograph is suspected of taking a Fed-Ex package off the porch of a residence in the 100 block of North Pleasant ridge Drive in rogers, AR. If you recognize the subject please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Officer Billups. This case is documented under CR 2018-6029.

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RESCISSION OF PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE September 10, 2018 THE SEPTEMBER 7, 2018 “PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE” FOR THE FOLLOWING AREA IS HEREBY RESCINDED. RESIDENTS SUPPLIED BY ROGERS WATER UTILITIES FROM THE PRAIRIE CREEK AREA TO EAST OF THE HIGHWAY 12 BRIDGE OVER BEAVER LAKE. AREAS ALONG HIGHWAY 12 EAST OF DREAM VALLEY ROAD AND INCLUDING BEAVER SHORES AND AREAS IN AND AROUND PRAIRIE CREEK WERE ALSO AFFECTED. WATER TESTING SHOWS THAT AN ADEQUATE DISINFECTANT LEVEL HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AND THE SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF THE BACTERIOLOGICAL SURVEY SHOWS THAT THE WATER IS SAFE TO DRINK. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY CONTACT ROGERS WATER UTILITIES AT 479-621-1142. BRENT DOBLER ROGERS WATER UTILITIES

On August 28, 2018 around 3:50 pm, the female in the attached photograph is suspected of shoplifting over $220 worth of merchandise at the Neighborhood Market located at 1819 S 8th Street in Rogers, AR. If you know the identity of the subject or have any information regarding this incident please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Officer Cline. This case is documented under CR 2018-5782.

Precautionary Water Boil Notice September 7, 2018 A PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR ALL RESIDENTS SUPPLIED BY ROGERS WATER UTILITIES FROM THE PRAIRIE CREEK AREA TO EAST OF THE HIGHWAY 12 BRIDGE OVER BEAVER LAKE. AREAS ALONG HIGHWAY 12 EAST OF DREAM VALLEY ROAD AND INCLUDING BEAVER SHORES AND AREAS IN AND AROUND PRAIRIE CREEK WERE ALSO AFFECTED. IF YOU EXPERIENCED A COMPLETE LOSS OF WATER FLOW YOU ARE IN THE AFFECTED AREA. REPAIRS OF A BROKEN WATER MAIN LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 12 EAST OF THE BRIDGE BEGAN ON FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016 AND HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. UNFORTUNATELY, THE BROKEN WATER MAIN RESULTED IN A LOSS OF SYSTEM PRESSURE IN THE AFFECTED AREA. BECAUSE OF THIS LOSS OF PRESSURE, AS A PRECAUTION, ALL AFFECTED CUSTOMERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE WATER MAY BE UNSAFE FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION, AND WATER USED FOR DRINKING, COOKING, MAKING ICE, BRUSHING TEETH, OR WASHING DISHES SHOULD BE BOILED BRISKLY FOR ONE (1) MINUTE PRIOR TO USE. ALL ICE CUBES SHOULD BE DISCARDED AND ONLY BOILED WATER BE USED FOR MAKING ICE. AS AN ALTERNATIVE, BOTTLED WATER MAY BE USED. THIS “PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE” WILL REMAIN IN EFFECT UNTIL THE PROBLEM HAS BEEN CORRECTED, AN ADEQUATE DISINFECTANT LEVEL IS ESTABLISHED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, AND A BACTERIOLOGICAL SURVEY SHOWS THAT THE WATER IS SAFE TO DRINK. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY CONTACT MR. BRENT DOBLER, SUPERINTENDENT AT ROGERS WATER UTILITIES AT 479-936-5406. BRENT DOBLER ROGERS WATER UTILITIES Please share this information with any other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses).

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Don't forget Frisco Fest this weekend

Remember- Drive Sober or get Pulled Over

Second Arrest made in Shooting Investigation The Rogers Police Department has arrested a 17-year-old male juvenile in connection with a shooting investigation which occurred on Saturday, August 18, 2018. On August 22, 2018, the second suspect in the shooting investigation was arrested by Choctaw Police Department near Oklahoma City, OK. He was extradited back to Arkansas by the Benton County Sheriff’s Office and is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center on charges of Aggravated Robbery (F), and Aggravated Assault (F). BACKGROUND Officers from the Rogers Police Department responded to 711 S Dixieland Road for a reported shooting in which two pair of juveniles met in front of the library on Sycamore Street. One pair was on foot, the other were in a vehicle. During the meeting the driver of the vehicle was struck in the head by a firearm by one of the male juveniles and at least one round was fired. The two male subjects then fled the area. The injured juvenile driver drove around the corner onto S Dixieland Road, where he then exited the vehicle. The juvenile driver with the injury was transported to Mercy Medical for a head injury. On August 19, 2018 around 7 am, officers with the Rogers Police Department arrested a 16-year-old juvenile in connection with the shooting investigation. The juvenile has been charged with Aggravated Robbery (F), Aggravated Assault (F), and Minor in Possession of a Handgun (F). The juvenile is being held at the Juvenile Detention Center.

On Friday, August 24, 2018 the subject in the attached picture is suspected of shoplifting multiple times from the Conoco located at 4601 W Walnut Street in Rogers, AR. The subject was last seen leaving the parking lot in a red pickup. If you know the identity of the subject or have any information regarding the incident, please contact the Rogers Police Department at 479-636-4141, attn Cpl Wiens. This case is documented under CR 2018-5642.

Always a good time at the Farmers Market

The Rogers Farmers Market is open today

From the Bike Path Every wonder what a 135 year old house looks like? The Tribble House circa 1883 Beautiful historical Downtown Rogers See you on the Trails

From the Bike Path: Patrolling the downtown area tonight and rode past our old home. I think the PD/FD were in this building about 80 years.

What can you do to help someone who is overdosing? Don't Run. Call 9-1-1. Watch this video... https://vimeo.com/bespokevideoproduction/review/282400978/83453aeabb

TRAFFIC ALERT A transformer has blown in the area of 21/Olive Street. Traffic lights are out on Walnut from 21 down to the Interstate. The Street Department is working to restore power. Please do not call 9-1-1 to report it.