Clarkdale Police Department

  • Agency: Clarkdale Police Department
  • Address: 49 N Ninth Street, Clarkdale, 86324 AZ
  • Chief: Pat Haynie (Chief of Police)

Clarkdale Police Department is located at 49 N Ninth Street, Clarkdale, 86324 AZ. The Chief of Police of the department is Pat Haynie. The Clarkdale Police Department phone number is (928) 649-7700.

Clarkdale Police Department News

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sgt. Nicole Florisi Address: 49 N. 9th Street, Clarkdale, AZ Phone: 928-649-7700 Email: nicole.florisi@clarkdale.az.gov URL: www.clarkdale.az.gov Human Skull Located at River Access Point in Clarkdale, AZ June 4, 2018: At about 5:35 pm on June 4, 2018, Clarkdale Police Department responded to a report that a swimmer located a human skull in the Verde River at one of the river access points. The swimmer stated he thought he stepped on a smooth rock and retrieved it from the water. To his surprise, he found a skull instead and subsequently called the police. The skull will be sent for examination with additional investigation pending the outcome.

*** Officers report that power appears to be restored in most areas of Clarkdale. APS information shows a few residents are still without power. At this time, many residents in Clarkdale are without power. APS is currently troubleshooting the problem. The estimated time for the power to be restored is 1230 am on 5/18. Public safety operations have not been impacted. Please call 911 if you are experiencing an emergency or life threatening situation and 928-634-2921 for other law enforcement assistance. Updates will follow as information is received.

As it starts to warm up, be aware that our snake friends are out and about! This black tailed rattlesnake was warming itself on the pavement and was almost hit by a car. Officer Fricke captured this great picture before he set the snake free in an area less traveled by vehicles.

Today is "Dump the Drugs" starting at 10 am. Please bring your unwanted prescription and over the counter medication to Clarkdale Police Department for disposal until 2 pm. We are located at 49 N. Ninth St in Clarkdale. Call if you have any questions, 928-649-7700.

"Spoofing" occurs when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to disguise their identity. Spoofing is often used as part of an attempt to trick someone into giving away valuable personal information so it can be used in fraudulent activity or sold illegally. Be aware that this is happening and don't give out your personal information!

During today's Town Council meeting, the first Wednesday of April was declared as "Start By Believing Day" in Clarkdale. Through adoption of this proclamation, the Clarkdale Town Council expresses its support of this public awareness campaign to improve the response of friends, family members, and community professionals toward the victims of sexual offenses by helping them access supportive resources and engage the criminal justice system. From left to right in the photo: Clarkdale Police Chief Randy Taylor, Vice Mayor Richard Dehnert, Council Member Ben Kramer, Council Member Scott Buckley, Dr. Matthew Kelley - Executive Director of Verde Valley Sanctuary, Council Member Bille Regner, and Jerald Monahan - Law Enforcement Liaison of End Violence Against Women International.

A cement truck rolled over at the roundabout at 89A and Lisa St. Speed does not appear to be a factor. Traffic will be re-routed from 89A and Lisa through Deborah and Old Jerome Hwy while the truck is removed from the scene.

We love this picture from our 2018 Awards Banquet. Hope you all enjoy. Shout out to Candy Gemmill for this awesome photo. We owe her an apology for how long it took us to hold a pose.

Fan favorite photo of Sgt. Smith testing out the Cycle Karts at the 2018 Clarkdale Car Show/Chili Cook-off/Cycle Kart Races.

Clarkdale Police Department would like to thank all of you who support us. We have over 500 likes for our page. Thanks so much!

2018 Clarkdale Car Show/Chili Cook-off/Cycle Kart Races.

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sgt. Nicole Florisi, Clarkdale Police Department Address: 49 N. Ninth St, Clarkdale, AZ 86324 Phone: 928-649-7700 Fax: 928-649-7709 Email: nicole.florisi@clarkdale.az.gov URL: www.clarkdale.az.gov Disorderly Conduct Arrest at Clarkdale-Jerome School February 20, 2018: At about 6:35 pm on February 20, 2018, 45 year old Robert Warburton was arrested for disorderly conduct and threats resulting from an incident at the Clarkdale-Jerome School during an after-hours baseball game between Clarkdale-Jerome and Mayer. Clarkdale officers were approached by a citizen who expressed concern over the behavior of one of the coaches from the Mayer team. The coach was identified as Robert Warburton. Investigation revealed that Warburton was cussing and yelling in front of the children playing baseball and their families. Warburton additionally engaged in unwanted behavior with the umpire and was subsequently ejected from the game. After Warburton left the field, he confronted and threatened to assault a spectator while in the parking lot. Warburton left the school after this confrontation. The victim relayed to officers that Warburton appeared aggressive and intoxicated. During the investigation, officers obtained corroborating information regarding Warburton’s behavior from other parties present at the game. Warburton returned while officers were conducting the investigation. Warburton continued to be disorderly and aggressive and did not comply with police requests to curtail his actions. Officers took Warburton into custody and he was booked into the Yavapai County Jail on disorderly conduct and threats. ###

Congratulations to Sgt. Troy Smith. Well deserved!

Verde River Ambassadors Jim Mast and Howie Usher participated in the Tuzigoot National Monument Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday, January 6th. Thanks to the National Park Service for inviting us. Great turnout!

Clarkdale Police Department in conjunction with the Verde Valley DUI Taskforce is working a saturation patrol tonight to combat impaired driving. Don't drink and drive!

A local citizen lost his Hohner 270 harmonica somewhere between Violette's and the 1300 block of Main St. Let's find this harmonica and help return it to the owner. If you find it, contact 928-634-2921 and let us know!

Clarkdale Police Department in conjunction with the Verde Valley DUI Taskforce is working a saturation patrol tonight to combat impaired driving. Officers from outside agencies will also be working in Clarkdale. Don't drink and drive!

No Shave November has come to an end and the winner is Guss Espolt! Was it his amazing beard or his impassioned speech about the Verde Valley Sanctuary that tipped the scales? We may never know! The Clarkdale Police Department is still taking donations for the Sanctuary through the end of December and hope many of you will support them!

Clarkdale officers joined with many other agencies to participate in Verde Valley Shop with a Cop 2017 this morning. We are very grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in the life of a child during the holiday season. Rarely is there a more rewarding day than watching smiles light up the faces of the children we share this experience with.

2018 Town of Clarkdale dog licenses are here! Come to the Clarkdale Police Department during regular business hours to get one.

***UPDATE: SUBJECT WAS LOCATED.*** PRESS RELEASE: MISSING PERSON FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sgt. Nicole Florisi, Clarkdale Police Department Address: 49 N. Ninth St, Clarkdale, AZ 86324 Phone: 928-649-7700 Fax: 928-649-7709 Email: nicole.florisi@clarkdale.az.gov URL: www.clarkdale.az.us Missing Person: David Lehmann November 25, 2017: At about 7:40 am, Clarkdale Police responded to the Haskell Springs area for a missing person report on 82-year-old David Lehmann. David left the residence between 1:00 am and 6:30 am on November 25 in a white 1993 Ford pickup bearing AZ CK75402. David has a history of dementia. He might be headed toward New River or Blue Ridge. He left the house without any identification or medication and may still be wearing his pajamas. If located, please contact the Clarkdale Police Department at 928-634-2921.U

Thank you to all who have served.