Cherryvale Police Department

  • Agency: Cherryvale Police Department
  • Address: 123 W Main Street, Cherryvale , 67335 KS
  • Chief: Matt Dennis (Chief of Police)
Phone: (620) 336-2400
Fax: 620-336-2803

Cherryvale Police Department is located at 123 W Main Street, Cherryvale , 67335 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Matt Dennis. The Cherryvale Police Department phone number is (620) 336-2400.

Cherryvale Police Department News

You can post bail at City Hall if these Jail Dogs belong to you! If you know who they belong to, please notify their owners!

Don't forget to take advantage of this great opportunity to clean up your place!

City Hall Office and the Cherryvale Police Department Office will be open tomorrow as usual, just pardon the mess while we assess damage!

City Hall caught on fire this afternoon. We will be closed along with City Hall tomorrow, Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 to assess damage! If you need immediate assistance please contact the Cherryvale Fire Department at 620.336.2121

We are now doing VIN Inspections Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. It is $20.00(Cash Only) for a VIN Inspection. For questions- please call 620.336.2400

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Tornado Watch TORNADO WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WT 39 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 115 PM CDT FRI APR 13 2018 TORNADO WATCH 39 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 PM CDT FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS KSC001-011-019-021-037-049-073-099-125-133-205-207-140300- /O.NEW.KWNS.TO.A.0039.180413T1815Z-180414T0300Z/ KS . KANSAS COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE ALLEN BOURBON CHAUTAUQUA CHEROKEE CRAWFORD ELK GREENWOOD LABETTE MONTGOMERY NEOSHO WILSON WOODSON $$

*****Press Release***** On April 12, 2018, the Cherryvale Police Department was made aware of threats against specific students within the Cherryvale Schools. With the assistance of the Montgomery County Sheriff Department we investigated the threats. During our investigation Cherryvale Officers and Montgomery County Sheriff Deputies were placed inside and outside of the schools, as a safety precaution while the investigation was on going. The investigation found there were three juveniles involved in the threats. The threats were communicated through social media. Those individuals were processed on pending charges that will be filed through the Montgomery County Attorney’s Office. The Cherryvale Police Department and Montgomery County Sheriff Office’s take all threats against our schools and the students very seriously and will continue to treat threats as credible. The Cherryvale Police Department would like to remind parents of the dangers of social media, and to ask them to monitor their children’s use of these types of apps. It is important to communicate with our children the risks of their actions when using any type of social media sources. Actions such as open threats, cyber bullying, solicitations, or other causes of concern, can be monitored by anyone and individuals can be held accountable for their actions. Parents should strongly encourage their children to report any types of concern to the school officials or the Cherryvale Police Department immediately. The Cherryvale Police Department would like to thank Sheriff Dierks and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office for their help with the investigation and patrol presence while dealing with the situation. We would also like to thank the Cherryvale School system for their immediate response to the situation and their assistance in the investigation. Chief Jimmy Holt Cherryvale Police Department

Take your Kiddos out to the Cherryvale Community Center tomorrow for the 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt.

It is not to late to sign up for the Basketball Tournament, Go to City Hall to Register- a Great Activity to keep you busy and out of trouble!

Update: as of 2:29am, HWY 169 from South Liberty to West Main is back open.

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If you are looking for something to do on April 7th, head to City Hall to register for the tournament!

***********SCAM ALERT********** The City of Cherryvale was told by Westar there is a widespread utility scam going around and it has reached a large part of the region (both commercial customer and residential) from a caller identifying himself as Todd Harper, a Westar tech and he tells that due to non-payment your service is about to be interrupted. He is asking customers to call 888-559-5354 x. 225 to make pay arrangements. This is a scam. They are spoofing the Topeka Westar phone numbers, so please don’t rely on caller ID alone. Always use the phone numbers on your monthly bills to inquire about billing. And if you have received this call, please call Westar Energy Customer Hotline at 1-800-383-1183 and report it. You can also check your account status as well. The Cherryvale Police Department has not received any complaints about this type of scam in a while, but we have in the past. We are asking our citizens to use caution when receiving calls from individuals or companies especially when they are asking you to pay for something, or asking for any type of identifiers, such as Date of Birth, Social Security Number and ect….

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Public Works Department had this little guy turned into them today! If you are missing this little guy, Contact City Hall!

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*********PRESS RELEASE************* On January 21, 2018 at approximately 9:19 PM, Officers with the Cherryvale Police Department responded to the area of Main and Olive for a report of shots fired. The initial information collected stated there were six gunshots fired and a vehicle left the area at a high rate of speed. Upon arrival there was no one directly involved with the incident located in the area. At approximately 10:36 PM, we were notified a vehicle believed to be involved in the incident had been located near Mound Valley, KS. Troopers with the Kansas Highway Patrol and Labette County Sheriff Deputies were out with the vehicle. At the time the vehicle was located it was occupied by three individuals. Officers with the Cherryvale Police Department responded to the scene near Mound Valley. One individual had sustained a single gunshot wound and was transported from the scene. Another individual at the scene fled on foot and was later taken into custody by the Labette County Sheriff’s Department. The third individual was transported from the scene back to the Cherryvale Police Department and Questioned by Detectives. The investigation is continuing at this time with the assistance of the Montgomery County Sheriff Department and the Labette County Sheriff Department. Due to this being an active investigation we will not be releasing any names or vehicle information related to the investigation at this time. We are asking that anyone with information related to the incident contact the Cherryvale Police Department.

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