Marysville Police Department

  • Agency: Marysville Police Department
  • Address: 207 S 10th St, Marysville, 66508 KS
  • Chief: Todd R Ackerman (Chief of Police)
Phone: 785-562-2343

Marysville Police Department is located at 207 S 10th St, Marysville, 66508 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Todd R Ackerman. The Marysville Police Department phone number is 785-562-2343.

Marysville Police Department News

Area law enforcement will be escorting area Honor Flight Vet's through town today. Marysville Legion Riders will also be escorting. This will start at 1 pm.

Another dog was just picked up. This would be a black and white male boxer. If you can locate the owner please call Marysville City Hall. 562-5331.

Tracks from a vehicle were found driving across two private properties some time last Thursday evening Sept. 28th. This grandfather/Navy veteran does not want to press charges but have a chat with the individual or individuals at his kitchen table. He is just thankful that his grandkids were not playing in the yard when this happened. If you know who did this we will be happy to pass that information onto grandpa or arrange a meeting.

Another report was taken today of criminal damage at Nordus Motors of two store front windows. It is possible that the person or persons are the same that damaged the window at Boss Motors. Damage is well over two thousand dollars. The public is being asked to help identify those responsible. Please call 785-562-2343.

The Marysville Police Department is asking for the public to help in identifing who it was that damaged the window at Boss Motors. If you have any information please call 785-562-2343.

Two set of car keys have been turned into the Marysville Police Department. One belongs to a Axxess and the other to a Chevy. They were left at Walmart. If you can identify anything else with the keys then they will be turned over to you. Ask for Officer Anderson.

The public is reporting several scams to us. Just be aware of the IRS scams and sending money to a grandson/granddaughter scams. If you get a call and you are threatened by the IRS then it is a scam. If you get a call that your adult son, daughter or grandchild is in jail and needs money. Call family and verify first with them.

Last month we handed out cups to any school age child that made contact with Sergeant Ohlde. We had adults come up to us and ask for cups. Well we have something special for any adult that comes in contact with a Marysville Police Department Officer this weekend. This special beverage koozie will be handed out on any face to face contact with the public. We're hoping that this will get people a chance to meet our men and women in blue that you may not always get a chance to visit with and learn something from each other. These are limited to one per person this weekend only. If you do talk to our officers take a selfie and post it with your positive experience on our visitor tab.

The Marysville Police Department is asking for the public to help identify these two individuals with the vehicle shown. If you are able to identify them please contact MPD at 785-562-2343 or message us here. Thank you

With the solar eclipse coming you may have noticed that our squirrel statues are ready to view the eclipse. This week we have had two thefts of those eclipse glasses from those statues. Those were donated by Landoll Corp. If your intentions were to be funny or to prank please return them. If your intent was to steal them then we will have theft charges to address. If you have any information about this or the tire slashing please call 562-2343.

Area stake holders had a meeting today to prepare for the upcoming solar eclipes.

The Washington County Sheriff is asking for the publics help in this theft.

4-6 grade dance sponsored by the MPD wives at the American Legion. Officers, wives and most importantly the kids are having a great time. Dancing, games and prizes are being given away.

Here is a great resource for parents of teenage drivers. If you have any questions look at this web site or contact the Marysville Police Department.

Our police deparment spouses will be having a fund raising event for all 4-6 grade students. This is a 4-6 grade dance at the American Legion August 3 from 6-9 pm. The money raised will support local scholarships that are given out. Any children of our deployed soldiers from the Marysville armory will get in free of charge. πŸ˜€

August 8th, from 6-9 pm at the Marysville City Hall, the Marysville Police Dept. will be sponsoring another safety awareness/ self defense class. This is free to the public. Those that should sign up are day care providers, teachers, college bound teens, and any Marysville resident. Class is limited to 12 seats. Call us at 562-2343 to enroll by August 7. This is a free class and those attending will be given free pepper spray and have the option to purchase other personal safety SABRE products from Frontline Self Defense.

I love it when parents can have fun with me too. After visiting their kids, dad let me get a picture with him. Gotta love this cowboy and former DARE student.

Even my DARE kids at Sonic asked for me to come by for a cup. Stay cool guys.

It will be another hot one today kiddos. I have something for all my area school kids to help stay hydrated. If you see me and waive me down, you get a cup that changes to purple when filled. I will hand these out while supplies last. This is for my DARE kids or any area school kid that can say my name.

In the last two weeks our MPD family has grown. Congratulations to our part-time Officer Bryant Frerking and his family πŸ˜€on the birth of a baby boy. Also congratulations to Officer Tyler Williams and his family πŸ˜€on the birth of a baby girl yesterday. We wish both families the best.

Sgt. David Ohlde spent the week at the Kansas Juvenile Officer Association conference listening on current officer safety trends and school/juvenile safety concerns. Pictured is Sgt. Ohlde with internationally recognized scholar, author, and speaker Lt. Col. Dave Grossman.

Local business and Marysville residence should be aware that a second fake $100 dollar bill turned up today at a local business. If you come across any more please contact us.

Parents, please talk to your kids about this.