Winchester Police Department

  • Agency: Winchester Police Department
  • Address: 113 E Washington St, Winchester, 47394 IN
  • Chief: Mike Burk (Chief of Police)
Phone: (765) 584-6845
Fax: (765) 584-3730

Winchester Police Department is located at 113 E Washington St, Winchester, 47394 IN. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Burk. The Winchester Police Department phone number is (765) 584-6845.

Winchester Police Department News

Retirement Notice April 5, 2018 To: City of Winchester From: Chief Richie Tucker I wanted to officially document my notice of retirement. I will be retiring this June, 2018. My official last day of work will be May 31st 2018; It has been an honor working for the City of Winchester in many capacities such as, Patrolman, Sergeant, Deputy Chief and now Chief of Police. During my 25 years as a Law Enforcement Officer for the city of Winchester I have accomplished many goals, and served a lot of wonderful people in the City of Winchester and Randolph County. I will miss all of you and am excited to start the next chapter in my life. Deputy Chief Jon Reed will be taking my place as Chief of Police on June 1st, 2018. He will continue to work diligently on stopping drug abuse and all crimes that affect our wonderful community. Please offer him the same respect and support you have shown me over the years. I am very proud of every Winchester Police Officer and know the community should be as well. Sincerely; Richie Tucker, Chief of Police

Please share and get the word out for a good cause. The camp is a great event ran by donations for All Randolph county children ages 11-15!

See some of our available dogs at the Winchester Randolph County Animal Shelter, or go to to see them and help them find their forever homes. We have some wonderful pets waiting to come home with you.

We’ve got it from here Brother. Prayers for Boone County Indiana and everyone’s families. WINCHESTER INDIANA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Winchester Police sends prayers and thoughts to the deputy and his family as well as the deputies and families of the Boone County Sheriffs dept. one of our brothers, a deputy of Boone County was shot today. Last known consociational was critical. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers!

PRESS RELEASE On February 22nd, 2018, Officers of the Winchester Police Department were requested to respond to 930 E. Greenville Pike, Aldi’s Foods, for a suspicious vehicle that had alarmed employees. Upon arrival of Sergeant Brandon Barndollar and Officer Brandon Martin, one of the occupants was identified as Todd Pearson, 52, of Winchester. During the investigation, Officer Brandon Martin located a 35mm film container on Pearsons’s person that was found to contain a prescription pill and a plastic baggy that contained a white crystal rock like material later identified as Methamphetamine. A search of the vehicle turned up further illegal items such as more pills and a glass smoking pipe with drug residue in it. Pearson was then arrested and transported to the Randolph County jail by Officer Erick Davis. During transport to the jail, Pearson attempted to escape from the police car and had to be re secured and transported to the jail by another vehicle. Once at the jail, Pearson was found to be in possession of Fentnyl on his person, and then began to resist jail staff before needing to be physically restrained. Todd Pearson was left in the custody of the Randolph County jail staff and was charged with: -Possession of methamphetamine F5 felony -Possession of a narcotic Drug F6 felony -Trafficking with an inmate F6 Felony -Maintaining a common Nuisance F6 Felony -Resisting Law Enforcement A Misdemeanor -Possession of Schedule 4 Controlled substance A Misdemeanor -Possession of Schedule 2 Controlled substance A Misdemeanor -Possession of Drug Paraphernalia A Misdemeanor

PRESS RELEASE On Tuesday February 27, 2018 at approximately 9:21 am Officer Mark Anderson responded to the 500 block of Heather Park Apartments in reference to a Domestic / Battery. When Officer Anderson arrived he found the victim to have injury to her left eye from being punched by Ralph David Mills age 33 of Winchester during a domestic just moments before. Mr. Mills had left the scene, and once Officer Anderson cleared the scene he located Mr. Mills walking through the 600 Block of Heather Park Apartments parking lot. Mr. Mills was placed under arrest and during the pat-down, Officer Anderson located a large plastic baggy containing 6 individual baggies containing Marijuana. Once at the Randolph County Jail, Jail staff located a small plastic bag on Mr. Mills person which he stated was Crystal Methamphetamine which was field tested with a positive result for Methamphetamine. Mr. Mills is charged on preliminary charges of. Domestic Violence causing injury Level 6 felony Possession of Marijuana Class A Misdemeanor (Level 6 with prior conviction) Possession of Methamphetamine Level 5 felony (Within 500 ft. of School and Public Park Class 4 felony)

Congratulations lady Falcon basketball! State bound!

Prayers for the victims, families, First responders, and the community of Parkland Florida

II was asked to be one of the Judges for the Store Front contest to Support the Lady Falcons going to Semi-State . What an honor, I felt all the participants done an awesome job and everyone derserves to be recognized. Chief Richie Tucker

Sgt. Brandon Barndollar and Officer Brandon Martin had the pleasure of visiting residents of Pine Knoll rehabilitation center today. They spoke about their duties and activities K9 Leo performs for the department. Then K9 Leo gave a demonstration of his apprehension work for the residents. Thank you to the staff and residents for allowing us your time!

Congratulations to Officer Brandon Martin for graduating the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy 2/2/18

Congratulations to Officer Brandon Martin for graduating the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy 2/2/18

Sgt. Brandon Barndollar and K9 Leo had the pleasure to visit with the Deerfield Girl Scout troop on Wednesday. They spoke about being respectful, strangers and the duties K9 Leo performs! Thank you for having us and we hope to see you soon!

New Winchester Randolph County Animal Shelter website


Winchester Police would like to wish everyone a happy and safe New Year. Please be careful and stay safe during your celebrations tonight.

Ladies and gentleman we appreciate the information I regards to the child video you have sent us. Be assured Sgt.Barndollar and Officer Davis are handling the investigation and will ase it to its end. Thank you for the concerns and information it is greatly appreciated!

With the extreme cold don’t forget about your pets. Bring them inside the temperatures are dangerous outside and it’s been forecasted to last the next couple weeks. It’s a crime not provide proper shelter, food and water at all times. 765-584-1721 to report animal neglect.