Carrollton Police Department

  • Agency: Carrollton Police Department
  • Address: 750 Clay Street, Carrollton, 41008 KY
  • Chief: Mike Willhoite (Chief of Police)
Phone: 502 732-6621
Fax: 502-732-9429

Carrollton Police Department is located at 750 Clay Street, Carrollton, 41008 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Willhoite. The Carrollton Police Department phone number is 502 732-6621.

Carrollton Police Department News

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extends their condolences to the United States Marshall Services on the death this morning of one of their Deputy US Marshalls. Additionally two other police officers were wounded in the exchange of gunfire. The agencies and the families are in our thoughts and prayers. HARRISBURG -- A deputy U.S. marshal died Thursday after a shooting in Harrisburg as a federal team of officers tried to arrest a wanted suspect, sources confirmed to PennLive. Two officers also were wounded: one from York and one from Harrisburg. The wounded Harrisburg officer returned fire and critically wounded the suspect, according to Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse. The condition of the York police was non-life-threatening, according to a statement from York Police. The deputy died at a hospital after the shooting was reported during the warrant service at a home near South 18th and Mulberry streets. The shooting occurred about 6:10 a.m. in a residential area that was still locked down by police and clogged with law enforcement vehicles more than three hours later.

As many of you know John Royse (Carrollton Kroger Manager) has been an awesome friend to our community. John's last day at the Carrollton Kroger is February 3rd, 2017. John has requested that as his going away gift, we have a Stuff the Police Cruiser and Fire Truck for the Carroll County Food Pantry. John feels that the best way that he remember us, and us him is by supporting our community. On February 3rd from 1-4 PM, we ask that you come out to your Carrollton Kroger and completely stuff the emergency vehicles with food for our local food pantry.

Thank you to those that attended our Church Security Training Class. I did not get all of your email addresses as to personally thank you. Cove Hill Baptist Church First Baptist Church Carrollton St. Peter Lutheran Church Carrollton United Methodist Church English Christian Church River Valley Christian Church The Pentecostals of Carrollton Carrollton Christian Church Milton Baptist Church Christ Center Church Relevant Church White Oak Church of God Colossians 3:14 King James Version (KJV) 14 And above all these things put on charity, which is the bond of perfectness. Rev. Tim Polley Chaplain Carrollton Police Department

Church Security Training Class.

The men and women of the Carrollton Police Department would like for everyone to please join us in keeping the York County Sheriff's Office and the York Police Department in South Carolina in your thoughts and prayers today. We pray for the healing and comfort for these law enforcement professionals and their families after three of their deputies and one police officer were wounded by gunfire this morning.

Received a call from Clyde from Madison about the Church Security Class. Please call us back at the Police Department. We did not get a call back number for you.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extends their condolences to the San Bernardino Sheriffs Office and the family of Deputy Larry Falce. On New Year’s Eve, Deputy Larry Falce was violently attacked after a minor traffic collision in his personal vehicle. Larry was hospitalized and succumbed to his injuries this evening. At 10:00 PM, a procession will accompany his body from Loma Linda Hospital to the Coroner’s Office. Rest easy, Larry and thank you for your service. 💙🖤💙

Wishing you all a healthy and a happy 2018.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extends their condolences to the Douglas County Colorado Sheriff's Department. This morning 5 Deputies were shot and one has recently succumbed to their wounds. We lift up Douglas County and the families of the wounded and killed. in our thoughts and our prayers.

The City of Carrollton Police Department extends their condolences to the California Highway Patrol and the family of Officer Andrew Camilleri. Officer Camilleri was killed by a drunk and impaired driver on Christmas Eve 12-24-17. HAYWARD — A California Highway Patrol officer was killed late Christmas Eve when a suspected drunken driver drifted off of Interstate 880 in Hayward and plowed into the back of the patrol car, according to the CHP. Officer Andrew Camilleri leaves a wife and three children. He was 33 and had only been working for the CHP for a year and four months, said CHP Assistant Chief Ernest Sanchez. On Monday, while many families are celebrating the Christmas holiday, Sanchez said the department was mourning its fellow officer. “Today is the tragic loss of one our own, who we will consider a hero now and forever,” Sanchez said. Camilleri, seated in the front passenger side of a patrol car, and his partner, Officer Jonathan Velasquez, were parked along Interstate 800 near Highway 92, looking for dangerous drivers. Shortly before midnight, a red Cadillac drifted off the road and plowed into the back of the patrol car. Speed was a factor, Sanchez said, turning an SUV into “a very small compact vehicle.” The 22-year-old driver was coming home from a party, and “obviously had too much to drink and too much to smoke,” he said. Officers believe he was under the influence of marijuana and alcohol. “Today, I’m not only disappointed but also angered in that I had to notify a mother and three children that their father had deceased at a local hospital after being impacted by a person who chose to drive irresponsibly,” Sanchez said. “That is the message today on Christmas Day: These irresponsible and senseless acts need to stop.” The department has enough evidence and statements from witnesses to charge the driver of the Cadillac on felony charges, Sanchez said. His name will be released once he is treated at the hospital, where he is in serious condition. Velasquez, also a young officer in the Hayward division, suffered minor injuries but has since been released from Eden Medical Center, where he was being treated, Sanchez said. While he’ll recover physically, Sanchez said Velasquez was shaken by the collision. “He will live with this tragedy of his seeing his partner die,” he said. For Camilleri, being a CHP was a calling, said Capt. Tim Pearson, commander of the CHP’s Hayward division. “Andrew was drawn to this profession due to his courage, his integrity and his desire to serve,” Pearson said. “The consequences of this action affect the department statewide, but that pales in comparison to what his wife and three children now have to live with.” Camilleri was also the latest victim in a growing number of fatal collisions involving drugs or alcohol, Sanchez said. Between 2010 and 2016, the number of fatal crashes in the Bay Area increased 43 percent with speed, unsafe turning and driving under the influence the top three contributors, according to an analysis by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. All southbound lanes on I-880 were closed while CHP officers investigated the collision. The lanes reopened at 9:40 a.m.

Press Release On 12/24/2017 Officers from the Carrollton Police Department saw Jason Lindbloom at the Carrollton Walmart. Lindbloom is an escaped convict from Blackburn Correctional Complex. Lindbloom is one of 2 inmates that escaped from the Facility on 07/09/2017. Lindbloom was arrested without incident. A subsequent search warrant was executed on LIndbloom’s car that was parked in the parking lot of Walmart. Officers located a loaded handgun, marijuana, methamphetamine, pills and drug paraphernalia. Lindbloom was lodged at the Carroll County Detention Center on the following charges: 1.Possession of Handgun by Convicted Felon (Class C Felony) 2. Trafficking in Marijuana (less than 8oz) (Class A Misdemeanor) 3. Poss of Controlled Substance, 1st Degree, 3rd or > Offense (methamphetamine) (Class D Felony) 4. Poss of Controlled Substance 3rd Degree (Class A Misdemeanor) 5. Drug Paraphernalia- Buy/Posses (Class A Misdemeanor) 6.Gallatin County Warrant for Fleeing and Evading Police 7.Fayette County Warrant for Escape 2nd Degree. Your Carrollton Police at work.

Thank you to all the Carrollton and Carroll County Businesses that supported this years Operation Holiday Traffic Stop.

Our Dispatcher of the Year. Darrius Taylor.

Our Officer of the Year. Officer Tim Gividen

The City of Carrollton Police Department extends their condolences to the City of Detroit Police Department and the family of Officer Donald O. Kimbrough. DONALD O. KIMBROUGH Police Officer Donald Kimbrough succumbed to complications of gunshot wounds sustained on August 25th, 1972, while responding to a robbery. He and his partner, both in plain clothes, were in the area of a methadone clinic when they were informed that two men were shooting at people in the parking lot at the intersection of Belmont Street and Woodward Avenue. As the officers arrived on scene they confronted one of the armed subjects walking from an alley to a car that had just pulled into an adjacent parking lot. The man complied, but a second subject sitting in the vehicle's driver's seat opened fire with a handgun, striking Officer Kimbrough in the chest. The first subject then picked up the shotgun and fired at Officer Kimbrough's partner. Both officers returned fire as the suspects fled in the car. Officer Kimbrough was transported to Henry Ford Hospital where it was determined that the bullet had lodged against his spine, causing him paralysis from the waist down. Although confined to a wheelchair, he was able to return to limited duty until being medically retired in 1977. His health continued to deteriorate, and he died of complications of the original gunshot wound on December 7th, 2017. The two suspects involved in the shooting were never identified and the case

Merry Christmas from your Carrollton Police Department.

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