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

Beginning April 20th thru April 22nd, Marysville Police officers will join Law Enforcement agencies in Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma to stop what has been an increasing epidemic for the past several years. Marysville Police Department is joining this effort with area Law Enforcement officers and will be out in force in a effort to remove drugged and alcohol impaired drivers. It is a serious crime to drive while impaired by any drug. Stay safe this weekend and remember to move over for emergency vehicles.

MISSING PERSON FOUND Melissa Howard has made contact with Law Enforcement and is safe. Thank you everyone for your assistance.

MISSING PERSON Today the Marysville Police is asking for the public's help in locating a missing person. Melissa Lee Howard. It is not uncommon for her to be gone for weeks at a time. Her husband and other family members have not seen her in the last three weeks and are worried. Melissa and her husband are separated and possible going through a divorce. Melissa is believed to be driving a 2002 Silver Toyota Avalon with KS plate 745JCM. The vehicle has a dent on the driver side fender. If you see her or make contact, please contact the Marysville Police Department at 785-562-2343.

Welcome home soldiers of Alpha Battery 2nd 130th FA. Thank you for your service.

Civilian Safety and Awareness classes are full. If you didn't get signed up in time you can put your name on a waiting list for March 22 or 29th.

News Release: Yesterday about 10:45 am after a school assembly and a fire drill, a writing was found in the boy’s bathroom on the wall. This message was disturbing and threatening and as a pre-caution the school was locked down. At no time was there any immediate threat to the students or staff at Maysville High School. Officer’s from the Marysville Police Department and the Marshall County Sheriff’s office secured the school. Investigations are still on going. One student was removed from school to be interviewed but was not arrested. We caution everyone to please not post juveniles names on social media. Punishment for this is a felony with a minimum of 31 months in prison. Chief Todd R. Ackerman

Sgt. Ohlde our School Resource Officer would just like the public to be aware that the Marysville Jr/Sr. High will be doing a fire drill around 1015 am. Officer's will stop traffic at the crosswalks at 10th and Walnut for the students to cross. Please slow down and stop for pedestrians. Thanks.

Thank you to everyone that came out and supported us at our Valor Awards last night. It is appreciated by us to see the support from the community and our friends in law enforcement. Thank you.

It's official, Our Civilian Safety Awareness Program is March 29th, 5-8 pm at the Marysville City Hall. This class is sponsored by Marysville Police Department and Frontline Self Defense. This class is free for Marysville Residence. We have 12 seats open. Our March 22nd class is full. Call today 562-2343 to reserve a seat.

Awards Presentation Monday February 26th, at 7 pm Before the City Council meeting at Marysville City Hall. This year we are recognizing several Officer’s for Valor and Lifesaving Awards. We would like to invite our fellow area Law Enforcement agency members and the public. This is a special time to recognized those that stood out and went over and beyond the call of duty this past year.

No school Marysville students. The rest of us still have to work. Drive safe everyone.

Icy side streets Side streets in Marysville are very icy. Drive with caution when approaching intersections.

We have been approached by a local business to put on another a Sabre Personal Safety and Awareness class in Mid to late March. Sgt. Ohlde will announce the two dates next week. We have a limited number of seats. If you are a local resident of Marysville and are thinking of signing up for this class please call Ruth on Monday to be put on the list. 562-2343.This is on a first come basis.

The situation in Axtell is a cautionary one and area Law Enforcement is assessing the situation. Any questions should be forwarded to the Marshall County Sheriff's Office or County Public Information Officer.

Marysville area schools have a 2 hour delay this morning. Certain areas are slick so drive with caution.

Final car theft update: This is the individual who is being held in Shawnee County Jail that is connected with our two vehicle thefts. This is public information accessed from Shawnee County Jail booking records. Austin James Warnken-Brake Booking Number: 2018-00001204 Booking on: 2/18/2018 County: Shawnee Date of Birth: 02/20/1995 Gender: M Race: W Book in connection with Violation Description: Possession of opiate, opium, narcotic or certain stimulant Flee Or Attempt To Elude Leo By Engaging In Reckle Possession of stolen property; Felony Use/possess w/intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body Interference with LEO; obstr Violation Description: Aggravated Battery; Intentional Great Bodily Harm

Suspect caught in the stolen Dodge Caliber around the Topeka area by the Kansas Highway Patrol. Suspect is in custody and being held on a warrant and local charges. More information will follow.

Update on stolen Truck The White Ford F-150 has been located in Marshall County. Thank you everyone from the MPD and truck owners for your help. Now we are still trying to locate the Dodge Caliber which was last seen heading east towards Silver Lake in Shawnee County.

Update on stolen vehicles A White Ford F-150 KS Commercial tag # 533969 was taken from the Casey's parking lot after 4pm today. The left front fender is a off color of white. The suspect is described as a white male, red hoodie, pants with tatoos. The truck was seen heading east of Casey's on Highway 36. It was later reported that a 2007 Gray Dodge Caliber KS tag # 983GYZ was missing from a rural residence east of Marysville. Law Enforcement is asking for the public to call 785-562-3141 or 562-2343 if either vehicle is located. Images below are not the vehicle but a depiction.

Stolen Truck The Marysville PD is asking the public for information in locating a White Ford Truck that was taken at the Casey's parking lot. It has a commercial Kansas tag. More information will follow. Call 911 or 562-2343 if located.

SCAM ALERT As the saying goes, if it's to good to be true, then it's a scam. A local resident received a check in the mail to be a mystery shopper. The scam will have you deposit a check and send money from your account elsewhere. In a few days your bank will notify you that the check deposited bounced and you also are out of your own hard earned money that you sent. The credit union is a actual Credit Union. When called they informed us they have had a rash of these fake checks hit. Spread the word. If ever you have a question about one of these please contact law enforcement.

Surely someone knows who this big puppy belongs to. Call Marysville City Hall at 562-5331.

Streets are snow packed and slick in spots. School Buses are out and about. Give yourself time getting to school or work. Drive safe everyone.

A large young black and white Husky was found wondering around the Hillcrest area today. It had a orange collar but no city tag. If someone is missing this dog please call city hall. 562-5331