Comer Police Department

  • Agency: Comer Police Department
  • Address: 70 Sunset Ave, Comer, 30629 GA
  • Chief: Brent Zellner (Chief of Police)
Phone: 706-783-4552
Fax: 706-783-3378
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Comer Police Department is located at 70 Sunset Ave, Comer, 30629 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Brent Zellner. The Comer Police Department phone number is 706-783-4552.

Comer Police Department News

Received this message: Missing cat This sweet boy has been missing a little over a week in comer on brickyard rd! We had hoped he would come back but he hasn’t yet. He ran out the door without anyone knowing and we have been searching ever since! He is not microchipped to my mom as she was going to take him the week he ran off. She had just got him the week prior.He is not fixed. we have to been searching everyday in hopes he would return. If you have picked him up or see him please comment! We would love to get this sweet boy back to his home where his owner misses him dearly! Thanks!

Reminder: Set your clocks back before bed tonight.

On November 1st, 2017 around 1830 hours, a missing / runaway juvenile was reported to the Comer Police Department. With the assistance of Sheriff Michael Moore, Madison County, Georgia, Sheriff's Office and Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell the runaway juvenile was located and returned back safely to her family within hours. A thank you from Comer Police Department to Sheriff Moore and The Habersham County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance in this case. Cpl. Smith

1 Vehicle Roll over with Injuries. Hwy 22 ( Main Street) just below Comer Fair Grounds. 1 lane blocked.

A few pictures from round town. Halloween night trick or treating. If y’all have any pictures from around the city last night, message us and we will add them to the post.

Happy Halloween everyone. Hope everyone has a good day! Chief Jeffrey K. Roberts and officers of the Comer Police Department.

Hope everyone has a great week!

Missing Dog.... Blue Weimaraner, 1 1/2 years old, about 65 pounds. Missing from Hwy 72 West just outside Comer. Contact information if found is David Fortson, 706-207-1998.

First Annual Fall Festival. Comer Fair Grounds, until 8 PM. Come on out and join us.

Please keep the family of Officer Gavin Bethel in your thoughts and prayers. He worked for the Comer Police Department from 2011 to 2012.

Found Dog... We have received a message from one of our citizens around the Paoli Street area that they have found a very beautiful German Shepherd dog. If you are missing one or know anyone around that area that has one please message us. Thanks, Chief Jeffrey K. Roberts

2017 Lewis & Clark Circus Downtown City of Comer Awesome fun Chief Jeffrey K. Roberts

2017 Lewis & Clark Circus Downtown City of Comer Chief Jeffrey K. Roberts

One of Comers Finest got picked to be the clowns little helper. Great fun in downtown Comer. 2017 Lewis & Clark Circus. See if anyone can spot him? Chief Jeffrey K. Roberts

FYI - There is a camel in downtown Comer! He has a few friends tagging along too.

Last night of the Madison County Agricultural Fair. We've had an awesome week. Comer Lions Club Fair Grounds. Chief Jeffrey K. Roberts

Please keep Detective Kristen Hearnes Family and the Polk County Police Department in your prayers.

*** PSA *** Public Service Announcement Today the Comer Police Department received a grant and training for opiate drug over dose kits commonly referred to as "Narcan Kits". We received 8 kits completely free of charge to the city government with each kit valued at $3600 a piece. Officers have been issued these kits to keep in there patrol vehicles while on patrol. The grant was applied for, completed and sent in from a representative of The Athens Clinic who specializes in drug over doses and stopping this epidemic. Our officers were trained by this same representative on how to properly administer these kits and when to use them. We would like to give a shout out to The Athens Clinic for doing all the leg work in applying for this grant. We are in the business of saving lives no matter the circumstances that put that person in that situation. We consider this a huge grant for our small agency with a monitory value at over $28,000. This is one of those tools you hope you never have to use but are glad you had it when you needed it. Chief Jeffrey K. Roberts