Danville Police Department

  • Agency: Danville Police Department
  • Address: 1299 E 8th St, Danville, 72833 AR
  • Chief: Rick Padgett (Chief of Police)
Phone: 479-495-2121
Fax: 479-495-2122
Email:
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Danville Police Department is located at 1299 E 8th St, Danville, 72833 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick Padgett. The Danville Police Department phone number is 479-495-2121.

Danville Police Department News

“Entergy” scammers are calling our area again....do NOT give out personal or banking information over the phone! Please contact 1-800-584-1241 if you receive a call about your account.

BULLETIN - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED Severe Thunderstorm Warning National Weather Service Little Rock AR 739 AM CDT SUN JUN 24 2018 The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Warning for... Southeastern Logan County in western Arkansas... Southwestern Conway County in central Arkansas... Yell County in central Arkansas... East central Scott County in western Arkansas... Southeastern Pope County in central Arkansas... * Until 830 AM CDT. * At 739 AM CDT, severe thunderstorms were located along a line extending from near Subiaco to near Blue Mountain to near Cardiff, moving east at 50 mph. HAZARD...60 mph wind gusts. SOURCE...Radar indicated. IMPACT...Expect damage to roofs, siding, and trees. * Locations impacted include... Russellville... Danville... Dardanelle... Atkins... Pottsville... Ola... Blue Mountain... Stonehouse Recreation Area... Carden Bottoms... Mt Nebo State Park... Mount Magazine... Plainview in Yell County... Petit Jean River WMA... Galla Creek WMA... Mosley... Petit Jean State Park... Belleville... Havana... Corinth... Birta...

Watch county notification for watch 211 National Weather Service Little Rock AR 528 AM CDT Sun Jun 24 2018 The National Weather Service has issued Severe Thunderstorm Watch 211 in effect until 11 AM CDT this morning for the following areas In Arkansas this watch includes 15 counties In Central Arkansas Conway Garland Perry Pope Saline Yell In North Central Arkansas Van Buren In Southwest Arkansas Clark hot Spring Pike In Western Arkansas Johnson Logan Montgomery Polk Scott This includes the cities of Arkadelphia, Benton, Booneville, Bryant, Clarksville, Clinton, Danville, Dardanelle, Fairfield Bay, Glenwood, Hot Springs, Malvern, Mena, Morrilton, Mount Ida, Murfreesboro, Norman, Ola, Paris, Perryville, Russellville, and Waldron.

Severe Weather Outlook There is a Slight Risk of severe thunderstorms for our area this evening and tonight. The area we are most concerned about at this time is the northern third of the state. A front remains somewhere across central Arkansas at this time. Its exact location remains muddled due to the thunderstorm activity that moved through Friday night and early Saturday morning. Along that same line of thinking, there is great uncertainty concerning the forecast due to the convective activity this morning. The aforementioned front will slowly lift to the north during the day. As such, there will be a chance of thunderstorm redevelopment at any time with the best chances during the period of peak heating. Late this evening and tonight, another upper level impulse will approach the state from the central plains. Thunderstorms are expected to redevelop along the front which should be over the northern part of the state when the impulse arrives. Isolated severe thunderstorms may develop anywhere across the state during the peak heating hours of the day, but are most likely near the front as it moves north. The best timing is for the organized thunderstorms to develop over the northwest and north central parts of the state somewhere in the 10 PM to 1 AM time frame with the complex spreading into northeast Arkansas between 1 AM and 4 AM. The primary concerns at this time are gusty winds in excess of 60 mph and large hail. While not very high, the tornado threat can not be entirely discounted. Locally heavy rain is also possible with these storms, again primarily over the north. After this thunderstorm event, upper level high pressure will build back over the area with a return to hot and generally dry conditions, Heat indices will likely become an issue once again as the week progresses. Thank you Joe Goudsward Senior Forecaster National Weather Service.

Watch county notification for watch 203 National Weather Service Little Rock AR 1149 PM CDT Fri Jun 22 2018 The National Weather Service has issued Severe Thunderstorm Watch 203 in effect until 7 AM CDT Saturday for the following areas In Arkansas this watch includes 19 counties In Central Arkansas Conway Faulkner Garland Grant Perry Pope Pulaski Saline Yell In Southwest Arkansas Clark Dallas hot Spring Ouachita Pike In Western Arkansas Johnson Logan Montgomery Polk Scott

**Recovered and one under arrest** Reward for the recovery of this bike and the arrest of those responsible. Taken from South Cleveland Street in Danville.

Very blessed to protect and serve a community that’s supports us every day! Thank you Danville First Baptist Church WOM for the basket of treats, we truly appreciate your kindness!

Our area upgraded to an Enhanced Risk of severe weather....main threats still damaging winds and large hail

The National Weather Service has issued Severe Thunderstorm Watch 151 in effect until 10 PM CDT this evening for the following areas In Arkansas this watch includes 34 counties In Central Arkansas Conway Faulkner Garland Grant Lonoke Perry Pope Prairie Pulaski Saline White Yell In Eastern Arkansas Jackson Monroe Woodruff In North Central Arkansas Baxter Cleburne Fulton Independence izard Marion Newton Searcy Sharp Stone Van Buren In Southeast Arkansas Arkansas Jefferson In Southwest Arkansas Hot Spring In Western Arkansas Johnson Logan Montgomery Polk Scott

Our area has been upgraded to a Slight Risk of Severe weather for tomorrow. The main threats are high winds and hail. THERE IS A SLIGHT RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS SATURDAY INTO SATURDAY NIGHT ACROSS PARTS OF THE LOWER MISSOURI VALLEY AND OZARK PLATEAU INTO MIDDLE AND LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY... ...SUMMARY... Scattered strong thunderstorms, accompanied by a risk for severe hail and potentially damaging wind gusts, are possible Saturday through Saturday evening across parts of the lower Missouri Valley and Ozark Plateau into middle and lower Mississippi Valley. ...Synopsis... Models indicate further amplification within the mid-latitude westerlies during this period, with large-scale troughing continuing to evolve over the northeast Pacific and large-scale ridging building across the northern intermountain region, northern U.S. Rockies and southern British Columbia/Alberta/Saskatchewan. As this occurs, downstream troughing may sharpen while maintaining a negative tilt orientation and progressing east of the Plains into the Upper Midwest and adjacent Great Lakes region by late Saturday night. Farther downstream, it appears that flow may increasingly split, with northern branch ridging shifting across and east of the lower Great Lakes region, while broad weak troughing lingers in the southern branch, across parts of the Mid Atlantic and Southeast.

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