Morrilton Police Department

  • Agency: Morrilton Police Department
  • Address: 119 N Division Street, Morrilton, 72110 AR
  • Chief: Norbert Gunderman Jr (Chief of Police)

Morrilton Police Department is located at 119 N Division Street, Morrilton, 72110 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Norbert Gunderman Jr. The Morrilton Police Department phone number is (501) 354-0131.

Morrilton Police Department News

Update: The bike has been recovered and a suspect has been identified. Thank you Here is a video of a theft on North Griffin St. if anyone recognizes this young man please call the Police Department and talk to Det. Bixler.

Tonight Assistant Chief Trent Anderson was awarded the Chief of the Year for the Arkansas Association of Chiefs of Police. I am so proud of the job he does not only with this department but for the association as the Commander of the Honor Guard. Congratulations!!

I would like to congratulate SRO Phil Blaylock on receiving the 2017 National School Safety Award at the National Safe Schools Conference in Las Vegas, NV. Phil does an outstanding job in the schools with our youth and has been instrumental in the training of new SRO's throughout the state. We are both blessed and proud that he represents the Morrilton Police Department and the South Conway County School District.

It is with a heavy heart we announce the passing of Patrolman 1st Class Ed Moore. He put up one heck of a fight with his battle with cancer. Please keep his family in your prayers as they cope with this loss. Ed was truly a great officer that cared about his community and he was loved by all. Rest In Peace my brother.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the fallen officer and the Newport Police Department. Please keep these officers in your prayers as they continue to search for the suspect.

Official News Release MORRILTON, ARKANSAS, Wednesday, May 31, 2017 – At approximately 5:30 PM, 21 year old Justin Mackenzie Kilgore turned himself in at the Morrilton Police Department. Kilgore was wanted for 1st Degree Murder in the shooting death of 25 year old Dwight Smith, Jr. on Sunday at the Jose’s Supper Club in Morrilton. Kilgore has been formally charged with 1st Degree Murder and is currently incarcerated at the Conway County Detention Center.

Official News Release MORRILTON, ARKANSAS, Saturday, May 27, 2017 – At approximately 2:00AM the Morrilton Police Department received a 911 call of shooting that had occurred at Jose’s in Morrilton. Once on-scene officers found one person inside the bar suffering from a cut to the foot and were able to determine that the shooting victim was taken to St. Vincent-Morrilton ER by private vehicle. Officers secured the scene and notified Detectives to come to the scene. Through their investigation, Detectives were able to determine that a fight had broken out inside the bar and the victim, 25 year old Dwight Smith, Jr., was fatally wounded. The Morrilton Police Department and Arkansas State Police are continuing to investigate this incident and will release further information as it develops. Anyone with information concerning this incident is asked to contact the Morrilton Police Department.

We are very proud of our officers for taking the time to come out to support Special Olympics Arkansas and take part in the torch run. We also want to thank Sheriff Mike Smith and Deputy Joe Roch for coming out to run with us this morning.

We would really like to thank everyone that came out today to support Officer Ed Moore. We had a great turnout. I would especially like to thank Richard Deluca, Petit Jean Meats, and Centennial Bank for providing the food and helping cook. I know there are a lot more that helped and donated for today's event and it is greatly appreciated. We are truly blessed to have the support of our community. Thank you for all you do to support us and the Moore family.