Coffeyville Police Department

  • Agency: Coffeyville Police Department
  • Address: 1400 W. 4th Street, Coffeyville , 67337 KS
  • Chief: Joe Humble (Chief of Police)
Phone: 620-252-6122
Fax: 620-252-6116

Coffeyville Police Department is located at 1400 W. 4th Street, Coffeyville , 67337 KS. The Chief of Police of the department is Joe Humble. The Coffeyville Police Department phone number is 620-252-6122.

Coffeyville Police Department News

Click-it or ticket The Coffeyville Police Department will be conducting a seatbelt enforcement campaign February 26 through March 9 with special emphasis on teen drivers. Our Officers will be extra vigilant patrolling around the schools and will be issuing citations to any individual who is not obeying the traffic laws whether it is for speeding, texting or failing to buckle up. In 2015, 13 teens lost their lives due to car crashes in Kansas; 40% of those teens were not properly restrained. “Even one teen death is unacceptable,” said Police Chief Kwin Bromley. “Please slow down, put the phone away or turn it off and always buckle up.”

With tax time coming up everyone should pay extra close attention to all your currency. We received more “motion picture use only” bills today in Coffeyville. Pictured below is the one recovered today. Notice “For motion picture use only” on the front of the bill.

Update: She has been found safe

**Recovered** Thanks for all the help! We’re looking for some assistance from the public tonight in locating this stolen Jeep. It was stolen from a restaurant here in Coffeyville this evening (Thursday) while the owner was inside the business. It may have Oklahoma tag BKB 511 still displayed on the back. If you see this Jeep or know where it may be please call CPD or your local police agency.

It looks like we might dodge most of this minus the edge of some sleet and snow later tonight. If you're traveling south, be careful, that's where most of this weather will be.

If everyone has not looked outside yet, it is snowing again. The streets are getting very slick already and its getting heavy enough that visibility is low. Please drive careful and slow down early for intersections. Also please use headlights.

Congratulations to the 146 DARE graduates from Community Elementary School! Thank you to Mrs. Nelson and Doss for taking pictures!

Update: Train crossings have now been cleared. TRAIN DERAILMENT All crossings on the south end of town are blocked as a result of a train derailment except Read Street (underpass) and Buckeye ST. All traffic coming in or out of Coffeyville via 169 will need to use the open crossings listed above to get around. They may be closed for several hours. If your coming north into Coffeyville on 169 use 14th street passing the stockyards to Read ST. Or turn on state line in SCville (by the Woodshed) and come north on Buckeye. All south bound traffic from Coffeyville to Okla. must use Read to get to 14th and east to HWY 169 or use Buckeye ST. to get to state line and come out on HWY 169 near the Woodshed. Everyone please use caution as all truck traffic is also having to be routed this way too and may need extra room making wide turns on residential streets.

January 31, 2018 HOSTAGE SITUATION RESOLVED BY CPD Kent Antwon “Bud” Johnson, 30, of Coffeyville was arrested following a hostage situation on Tuesday afternoon in the 1000 block of West 9th Street. Johnson is being held in the Montgomery County jail with recommended charges of 3 counts of aggravated assault, 3 counts of kidnapping, 2 counts of battery, 1 count of felony obstruction, 1 count of a felon in possession of a firearm and 1 count of aggravated intimidation of a witness. Officers from the Coffeyville Police Department responded to a report of shots fired in the area of 8th and Cherokee at approximately 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. While investigating the call, police were informed a house at 1005 W. 9th may be involved. The house was secure and appeared to be unoccupied. Officers contacted the owner and received permission to enter. Officers entered the house and contact was made with a male victim who confirmed he had been held hostage and there was a gunman and two female hostages still inside the house. The CPD and KBI special operations teams were requested, barricades set up to block streets and neighbors in the immediate vicinity evacuated. At 5:40 p.m., one of the female hostages escaped the house. Hostage negotiators were in contact with the gunman, and at 7:30 p.m. he surrendered to police, and the second hostage was released. Following a detailed search of the house, a semi-automatic weapon and ammunition were recovered. Coffeyville schools were placed on lockdown following the report of shots fired in the vicinity of the middle and high schools. Bus students were released and others were held at their buildings until picked up by parents. Coffeyville Community College also closed their campus. “This was a tense situation for several hours,” stated Kwin Bromley, Coffeyville Police Chief. “We were in immediate contact with the U.S.D. 445 and CCC officials and appreciate the quick action they took to ensure the safety of students.” Assistance at the scene was provided by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Kansas Bureau of Investigation, Coffeyville Fire and Public Works Departments, CRMC EMS and the Montgomery County Attorney.

Notice - The active police situation in the 1000 block of West 9th Street is over. A male individual was holding two females hostage in a house at 1005 West 9th. The male has been taken into custody, and the hostages are ok. Additional details to follow.

Two Shootings Under Investigation in Coffeyville - The Coffeyville Police Department is investigating two shootings. At 10:30 p.m. on Sunday, CPD responded to the 200 block of South Central for a shooting where they located gunshot victim, Marquis Fulcher, 35, of Coffeyville. Fulcher was transported to CRMC by EMS and later life flighted to a Tulsa hospital. His condition is unknown. At 6:30 a.m. Monday morning, CPD was called to the Jumpstart Convenience Store at 512 Northeast in reference to another gunshot victim identified as Lakedric Williams, 29, of Coffeyville. Williams was shot while riding a bicycle in the area of 1000 E. 5th Street. He was transported to CRMC by EMS and later life flighted to a Tulsa hospital. His condition is unknown. Detectives are investigating both shooting incidents to determine if they are related. Anyone with information on these shootings is asked to call CPD at 620-252-6160 or Detective Vargas at 620-252-6010. Those wishing to remain anonymous may provide information to the Crime Tip Hotline at 620-252-6133.

Congratulations to the twelve DARE graduates from Holy Name Catholic School! Thank you to Mrs. Holz for taking pictures!

Congratulations to Officer Andrew Rexwinkle on his graduation from The Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.

All police services have moved to our new permanent home located 1206 W. 11th ST. (The Emergency services building). This includes Patrol, Dispatch, Detective division, animal control, police administration, records division, and municipal court clerk.

Slick streets, be careful.

WARNING: Streets are extremely slick! Please use caution when driving. City crews are out salting currenlty.

Roads are slick and we recommend residents stay home, but it is still drivable conditions currently. Stay safe by decreasing your speed, increasing your following distance, slowing down sooner before you stop or turn, and make sure a vehicle is not sliding through an intersection before you enter. If you are traveling, give your loved ones an ETA and your route in case you don't make it and emergency services need to conduct a search. Responses to this post are welcomed in the form of snow angels other winter fun! Be safe out there!

Stay safe on the roads out there by decreasing your speed, increasing your following distance, and making sure the intersection is clear of another vehicle that may be sliding through.

The Coffeyville Police Departments administrative telephone lines (non-emergency lines) will be taken off line starting tonight at midnight until 4 a.m. for server maintenance. If you are needing to reach the police department you will need to call 911 for assistance or you may call the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department at (620)330-1000 or (620)251-3500 and they can reach us by radio. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

The records office and court clerks office at CPD will be closed Friday January 19th, 2018 for them to move their offices to the new building on 11th ST. The police department will be fully operational out of the new building on Monday January 22nd, 2018 with the exception of the jail. As always if you need an officer, anytime during the move call dispatch (620)252-6160 or 911 for emergency’s.

Coffeyville Man Injured During Shooting - The Coffeyville Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred Wednesday evening at approximately 9 p.m. Donald Collins, 60, of Coffeyville was injured during the shooting that happened in or around a vehicle parked at 412 E. 4th Street. Collins was transported to CRMC and later transferred to St. John’s in Tulsa for surgery. His condition is unknown. Anyone with information on this shooting is asked to call CPD at 620-252-6160 or Detective Vargas at 620-252-6010. Those wishing to remain anonymous may provide information to the Crime Tip Hotline at 620-252-6133.

Thinking about applying??? Here is the story of Officer Davis on how he became a LEO and why he enjoys working at CPD.