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

This morning at approximately 12:20 a.m. Deputy Theresa King, 44 years of age, and a 13 year veteran of the Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office died from her injuries. Our hearts are heavy for the King and Rohrer families, and the Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office.

This morning at approximately 11:16 a.m. Wyandotte County deputies were escorting inmates at the Wyandotte County Courthouse. An inmate overcame the deputies and gained control over a firearm, at which time both deputies and the inmate were shot. Deputy Patrick Rohrer, 35 years of age, and a seven-year veteran of the WCSO later succumbed to his injuries. The other deputy is listed in critical condition. Our thoughts and prayers are with Rohrer family and the Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office.

Photos and information contained in this album are of persons booked into the Coffeyville PD Jail, or into the MG County Jail on CPD charges. In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning.

Sergeant Stephine Randall was chosen as Coffeyville Police Departments “Officer of the year” for 2017 by our local Veterans of Foreign Wars (V.F.W. post 1022). She attended her awards ceremony with Chief Bromley Saturday afternoon and was presented with her plaque. Congratulations SGT.Randall!

According to the Board Office, CE, FKHS, and RMS will be released at 12:30. Enjoy the summer parents and kids!

Information just released from the drivers license office in Independence effecting residents of Coffeyville:

Multiple search warrants served by the KBI High Risk Warrant Team MONTGOMERY COUNTY – This afternoon the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) High Risk Warrant Team served two search warrants in Montgomery County, Kan. Assisting with the warrant services were the Coffeyville Police Department, the Independence Police Department, and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. The first search warrant was executed at 2 p.m. at 412 East 4th St. in Coffeyville. Located during the search was approximately 77 grams of suspected methamphetamine, $1537 in US Currency, two handguns, and miscellaneous use and sale paraphernalia. No arrests were made in connection with this case. Haylee Berliew, 28, was arrested on outstanding arrest warrants, from Labette County, Crawford County, and Frontenac Municipal. This case will be forwarded for prosecution. The second search warrant was executed at 3 p.m. at 513 West Cottonwood St. in Independence. Located during the search was approximately one ounce of marijuana, two handguns, and miscellaneous use and sale paraphernalia. No arrests were made in connection with this case. This case will be forwarded for prosecution. No further information will be released at this time.

Photos and information contained in this album are of persons booked into the Coffeyville PD Jail, or into the MG County Jail on CPD charges. In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning.

Officer Jake York went to Edna School tour to show the MRAP to the kids. Looks like Officer York and all the kids had fun. We want to thank Edna School for having us.

These are some photos of an attempted kidnapping on 5/3/18. The victim did get away unharmed. We are asking if anyone knows the person in the photo or has any information about the incident, please contact the Coffeyville PD.

Coffeyville PD and Walmart is needing help identifying these two subject. They are wanted for questioning for a large theft from Walmart. Please contact us if you know who they are.

We would like to thank Labette County Sheriff's Office for letting us join their D.A.R.E. Day celebration.

We morn the loss of one of our former employees as we are sad to have learned the loss of one of our former employees.... Judith Robbins served as a dispatcher from August 5, 1985 until her retirement in 2003 with the Coffeyville Police Department. She served the citizens of Coffeyville for 17.5 years until her retirement. "Judy was not only a co-worker, but a friend, She certianly made working the midnight shift fun." - Chief Bromley said. Our thoughts are with Judys family during this time.

Coffeyville Police Department needs assistance locating the owner of some firearms that were recovered from a subject when he was arrested fleeing from Officers. These items are single action Western style handguns with leather holsters. These items have not been reported as stolen. If anyone is aware of items matching these, please have the owner come to the Police Department. The owner will need to be able to give a detailed description of the guns to prove ownership.

Photos and information contained in this album are of persons booked into the Coffeyville PD Jail, or into the MG County Jail on CPD charges. In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning.

1991 Chevy shortbed stolen sometime yesterday or this morning. If anyone has any information, please contact Coffeyville PD at 620-252-6160 or your local Law Enforcement.

Photos and information contained in this album are of persons booked into the Coffeyville PD Jail, or into the MG County Jail on CPD charges. In Kansas, by statute and Attorney General Opinion, booking records, including alleged charges and mugshots, are considered public record and may be published or otherwise printed. Many departments provide this information to newspapers and other forms of media. All suspects pictured or described herein or hereon are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This page only contains parts of the public records of the arrest/booking information and no presumption of guilt is otherwise made. Please note, any comments may be deleted for any reason, specifically those containing profanity, or deemed hostile or offensive in nature. Persons making such type comments may be banned from our Facebook page without further warning.

We are seeing more counterfeit bills being passed in Coffeyville again. Individuals and businesses please look at the bills before taking them. If you do get a counterfeit bill, please report it and attempt to get description of the person that passed it so we can prosecute. Please look at these bills that were passed recently. Notice the "Only Motion Picture Purposes". For those passing these bills, our jail is open and ready for you.

We were contacted again today about a new scam going around Coffeyville. This time it was involving Apple iCloud. A resident was contacted via email saying they were going to be charged for an upgraded iCloud service unless they downgraded or opted out of the service. The resident didn’t fall for the scam that asked them for their credit card information (which they’d obviously have already if they’re planning on charging you for the upgraded service). A call to Apple confirmed this was a scam. The resident said the page appeared very legitimate. Be careful and it’s a good idea to call the company wanting to charge you if you have any doubts. -34

Coffeyville has had two older model Chevrolet trucks stolen recently. The yellow one was stolen Saturday night (4/14/18) and the blue one was stolen Tuesday night (4/18/18). If anyone has any information about either of these trucks, please contact Coffeyville PD 620-252-6160 or your local Law Enforcement.

The Nowata County Sheriff's Office has issued a Silver Alert for 77 year-old John Daniels of Delaware,OK. The alert indicates Daniels is under medical treatment and was last seen at his home at about 5:30 Sunday evening near the intersection of County Roads 18 and 411. Daniels is considered to be in imminent danger of serious bodily injury or death due to a disability. Authorities say he is under guardianship and unable to handle his own affairs. Daniels may be in a 96 Chevy truck with a GMC front grill. The vehicle may have an Oklahoma license plate with the number 990KPL or CRC779. He was traveling with a white and tan dog. If you seen Mr. Daniels you are asked to call the Nowata County Sheriff's Office or your local police authorities.