Russellville Police Department

  • Agency: Russellville Police Department
  • Address: 115 W. H St., Russellville, 72801 AR
  • Chief: Tom McMillen (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-968-3232
Fax: 479-968-0911

Russellville Police Department is located at 115 W. H St., Russellville, 72801 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Tom McMillen. The Russellville Police Department phone number is 479-968-3232.

Russellville Police Department News

It was too nice of a day to be in our patrol cars or in the office. So we helped the Crawford Elementary students in completing their final mile run. The students did a great job with their run and were met with plenty of bubbles at the finish line. Even a few patrol cars were showered in bubbles. We were proud to be a part of this event.

We need your help in identifying the suspect in the picture below, please contact us if you know this gentleman. The silent tip line number is 479-967-2221 or you can call 479-968-3232.

Ever met anyone who has a heart of GOLD? If you have ever had the pleasure of meeting Charlie then you have. This young man is going to go far in life. Thanks Charlie for your concern for our Officers, we truly appreciate you! Also, if anyone happens to see any leprechaun’s send them Charlie’s way, he’s got a trap set up for them. #charlie 🍀

The roadway is clear and the overpass for US Highway 64 near downtown has reopened!

US Hwy 64 remains closed at the overpass near downtown. Please avoid the area if possible. Estimated 2-3 hours of work remaining.

Entergy estimates 4 hour highway closure US HWY 64 overpass- just east of downtown. Please avoid this area.

Please avoid Hwy 64 overpass- near Hwy 7 traffic accident involving power lines down. Time now 1:08pm

#WednesdayWisdom If you run from the police, we will catch you! After a muddy foot pursuit this recent arrest netted almost 3/4 pound of cocaine valued at $18,000. Suspect held on $200,000 bond.

Downtown Parking- part 2. You also can't park on the sidewalk like this! If your vehicle is too long, park on a side street- not on Main! We are writing citations when necessary.

Once again, let's talk parking downtown... The truck pictured was today- parked about three feet out into the traffic lane AND double parked. If you have a longer vehicle, PLEASE look to see if the back of it is out in traffic before you walk away from it. If it is out in traffic, move somewhere else! We are now writing citations when necessary!

Lots of rain expected in the next few days... Localized flooding is expected on our streets- be safe driving! Wipers on = Lights on, and slow down!

There is NO Threat at the Russellville Junior High School. A fire alarm malfunctioned, the building is safe, and all students are returning to class.

* IDENTIFIED* Thanks!! Let's make her FB famous, can you identify this woman? She is wanted for questioning for "Fraudulent Use of Debit/Credit card".

Updated Press Release concerning Fatality Accident

New Press Release- Fatality Accident

We were honored to be a part of the ceremony this morning at St. John's Catholic School for Catholic Schools Week. Our local law enforcement agencies are blessed by your continued support! Thank you! #csw18 @PopeCountySO St. John Catholic School

Updated Press Release

The reports of a police impersonator stopping cars in our community are false. Please see the attached Press Release.

Our officers are currently working a multi-cart pile up in the bread aisle. Officers on scene have also reported that milk and eggs are running for their lives. Keep an eye on the weather; drive safely.

The roadway is now open. Update: The lines are telephone lines and not Entergy. The road will still be blocked for several hours while crews work to clear it. There are multiple power poles and lines down across the 1900 block of South Arkansas Avenue. All northbound traffic is being routed up Bernice/7T. All southbound traffic is stopped at 16th and Arkansas. I expect traffic to be affected for several hours.

Let's play a game of "To Catch a Thief or Thieves" in this case. We are looking for the 2 Black Female's (the female in red jacket/white shirt is pregnant) and 1 Black Male in pictures below. They are driving a 2015 or 2016 White Chevrolet Tahoe and are wanted for Felony Breaking & Entering and Fraudulent use of a Debit/Credit card. We are also offering a $500 reward for information leading to an arrest in this case.

Want to start the New Year off with a little cash in your pocket? We are offering a $200 cash reward for identifying the suspects in these photos, that leads to an arrest. These two ladies are possibly driving Black 4 door Nissan Altima and are wanted for "Fraudulent use of a debit/credit card. Please share this post and make them FB famous!

From our family to yours, Merry Christmas! Be safe and be kind.

Thanks #Charlie for remembering Corporal Goemmer and his family!