Kerman Police Department

  • Agency: Kerman Police Department
  • Address: 850 S. Madera Avenue, Kerman, 93630 CA
  • Chief: William Newton (Chief of Police)
Phone: (559) 846-6633
Fax: (559)-846-9435

Kerman Police Department is located at 850 S. Madera Avenue, Kerman, 93630 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is William Newton. The Kerman Police Department phone number is (559) 846-6633.

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Did you know that there are safe and legal ways to dispose of hazardous materials, such as needles or sharps in Fresno County? Sharps can be dropped off at the American Avenue Landfill located at 8950 W American Ave, Kerman, CA 93630. They only accept sharps on Saturday between 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Their phone number is 559-600-6138 For information on other hazardous materials and where to properly dispose of them, please follow the below link. http://www.co.fresno.ca.us/departments/public-works-planning/divisions-of-public-works-and-planning/resources-and-parks-division/recycling-and-solid-waste-disposal/household-haz

Shared from the City of Kerman Parks and Recreation Facebook page. Thank you to Kerman Police Officer Teri Cubillos for coming out to the Hacienda Heights After School Program to take about being Drug Free and Halloween safety.

LOST DOG: His name is Roger He 4 months old If located please call Yanett at (559) 660-6198

UPDATE: The male suspect in this case has contacted the Kerman Police Dept and returned all of the money. The money has since been returned to the victim. PLEASE HELP IDENTIFY On Monday 10/16/2017 the two pictured individuals were in line to pay at Walmart when the customer in front of them dropped a large amount of cash on the floor. The pictured male covered it with his feet and watched as the victim searched for the money. When he had the chance, he picked up the cash and left the store with the female. If you recognize either of these two subjects please contact Kerman PD at 846-8800 or you can private message us via this page. You can remain anonymous.

UPDATE: The vehicle has been located. STOLEN VEHICLE. On 09/27/2017 between the hours of 5:00 pm and 8:30 pm the below pictured black 2003 Honda Accord was stolen. The vehicle has a license plate of 5DRY038, but the plate may have been replaced with a stolen license plate or a paper dealer plate. If you see this vehicle, please contact the Kerman Police Dept at 846-8800 or your local law enforcement agency.

As of 09/27/2017 Martinez remains at large. He is still wanted on the previously mentioned warrants.

WANTED PERSON: JAMES ROGERS On 08/02/2017 the Fresno County Superior Court issued a warrant for the arrest of Rogers. He is currently wanted on a NO Bail arrest warrant for PC496d(a) - Possession of a Stolen Vehicle. Rogers is known to frequent the City of Kerman and if you have seen him or may know wehere he is, please contact the Kerman Police Department or your local Law Enforcement agency. You can remain anonymous. Call in your tip at 846-8800 or you can PM us via this page.

RITE AID THEFT SUSPECTS: On 07/24/2017 at approx 9:30 pm the two pictured females entered the Rite Aid store located at 456 S. Madera Ave and proceeded to the alcohol aisle. The two females then grabbed several large bottles of liquor and fled via the emergency exit. They were last seen leaving in a white 1990's Cadillac. If you have any information as to the identity of these two thieves, please contact the Kerman Police Department. Case # 17-2125. You can send us a private message via this page and you can remain anonymous.

Save the date! National Night Out is just around the corner.

Something to be aware of, allthough we have had no reports of card skimmers found in Kerman.

Another phone scam.

Please remember to be responsible with your pets this summer.

WANTED PERSON: MANUEL MARTINEZ Martinez is currently wanted on 3 arrest warrants issued by the Fresno County Superior Court. PC496D(A) Possession of a Stolen Vehicle - Felony - No Bail. PC3455(a) Revocation of Postrelease Community Supervision - Felony - No Bail PC148(a)(1) Resisting a Peace Officer - Misdemeanor - $10,000 Bail. If you have seen Martinez or may know where he is, please contact the Kerman Police Dept of you local law enforcement agency.

Hi! We are Explorer Post 777 with the Kerman Police Department. The program consists of young adults between the ages of 14-21 who are interested in a Law Enforcement Career. We meet on a weekly basis to train on different Police Officer duties such assets vehicle stops, subject checks and rifle training. As of right now we hoping to participate in the Las Vegas Excon 2017 competition. After many fundraisers we still need your help in fundraising for the competition which is on June9-June12. The money will be used to pay for the competition entry fee and hotel expenses of all 8 of our Explorers. We would be extremely thankful for any donations and our Explorers are also willing to volunteer time for donations! For any questions contact us at Eric.antuna@fcle.org Thank you! Help spread the word! If you are interested in a donation, you can follow the below link to access a Go Fund Me account which has been set up for Explorer Post 777. https://www.gofundme.com/ap2cwf-kerman-police-explorer-program

Alert for Parents: Disturbing YouTube videos tricking children. http://kfoxtv.com/news/local/alert-for-parents-disturbing-youtube-videos-tricking-children

SUSPISCIOUS VEHICLE ALERT: Over the last 2 weeks we have received 3 reports of a white male in an older model Chevy Camaro type vehicle approaching young females and asking for directions to Walmart. The vehicle is described as possibly being a late 1980's or early 90's Chevy Camaro or similar looking vehicle. Faded light blue paint with front and rear end damage. The male is described as being a white male adult in his 20's or 30's. Thinning dirty blonde or light brown hair with stubble on his face, unshaven. Blue or green eyes. He was reported to have been wearing a gray or blue hoodie and a black, red and white beanie. The females that were approached were all teens and they were approached before and after school hours. On all three occassions, the male approached in his vehicle, but did not get out. On each occassion he asked the girls for directions to Walmart. if you or your children have had any similar contacts or if you may know of this subject or the mentioned vehicle, please contact the kerman Police Dept at 846-8800. You can also send us a private message.

TAILGATE THEFT SUSPECT. On 03/28/2017 just after 9:30 pm the suspect arrived in a dark colored SUV and stole the tailgate off of a 2015 gray Ford F-250. If you recognize the suspect or suspect vehicle or have any information regarding this theft, please contact the Kerman Police Dept at 846-8800 or you can private message us via Facebook. You can remain anonymous. KPD case 17-874

By Dale Yurong Tuesday, March 28, 2017 04:54PM FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The Traffic Infraction Amnesty Program has been so popular it has caused long lines outside this Fresno County Courthouse window. But it has been worth the wait for people like Denise Rodriguez who saw a huge reduction in her traffic citation. "It was $1,800 and it came down to $352; wow-- yeah and $35 a month. Oh it's a big difference. More gas for my car and for my grandkids." The 18-month amnesty program for unpaid infractions prior to 2013 comes to end Monday, April 3rd. Court Division Manager Suzanne Abi-Rached said over 18,000 people in Fresno County have taken care of old traffic tickets-- some dating back to the 1990s. "We would waive the civil assessment, which is normally about $300-- could be more, and then they could have the remaining balance cut in half or up to 80-percent depending on their ability to pay." The program does not cover DUI cases or parking tickets. The DMV said it has seen over 205,686 delinquent accounts reduced, over 192,452 driver licenses reinstated, and over $35-million collected. "It's a boost to the courts, but it's also been an even bigger boost to the economy for the people out there with outstanding tickets; because without a driver's license it makes it difficult to get around and get a job," said Abi-Rached. "It's a great program. It cut down big-time," said Rodriguez. Fresno County can only handle 80 cases a day so you have to get in your application between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. On Monday paperwork will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. Related Topics: societytrafficfresnomoneyticketsFresno - Downtown http://www.fresno.courts.ca.gov/traffic/

Stolen card used at Kerman Walmart

ROAD CLOSURE: If you are traveling to Fresno this morning, you may want to avoid Jensen Ave as it is closed between Chateau Fresno and Grantland due to a fatal traffic accident.