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 sends condolences and prayers to the Gilchrist County Florida Sheriffs Office and the families of the two fallen Sheriffs Deputies. TRENTON, Fla. - Two deputies were shot and killed by a gunman Thursday afternoon in downtown Trenton, a city in Gilchrist County, west of Alachua County. The shooting happened at the intersection of State Road 26 and East Wade Street at the Ace China Restaurant. A source told News4Jax that the gunman is also dead.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department send their prayers and condolences to the City of Yarmouth Massachusetts Police Department and the family of the fallen officer. A Yarmouth police officer serving a warrant was shot in the Marstons Mills village of Barnstable this afternoon and according to WCVB the officer has died. It has been reported that the officer was shot in the head. According to Massachusetts State Police, the suspect is in custody. The incident occurred at 109 Blueberry Lane. No other details are available at this time.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department convey their thoughts and prayers to the City of Whitesboro New York Police Department and the family of Officer Kevin Crossley. Patrolman Kevin Crossley was killed in a vehicle crash at the intersection of Oriskany Boulevard and Westmoreland Street at approximately 7:55 pm. A vehicle traveling on Oriskany Boulevard in the opposite direction attempted to make a left turn in front of Patrolman Crossley's patrol car, causing a collision. Patrolman Crossley was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. Patrolman Crossley had served with the Whitesboro Police Department for eight years. He is survived by his parents and brother.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department send their thoughts and prayers to the City of Huntsville Alabama Police Department and the family of Officer Keith Earle. KEITH EARLE Police Officer Keith Earle succumbed to injuries sustained in a vehicle crash on March 26th, 2018, at the intersection of Pulaski Pike and Grizzard Road. He was transported to Huntsville Hospital where his condition deteriorated until passing away on April 9th, 2018. Officer Earle had served with the Huntsville Police Department for 26 years.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extend their condolences and prayers to the Saluda County South Carolina Sheriffs Office, and the family of Corporal Dale Hallman. A Saluda County corporal was killed in the line of duty on Thursday night. Saluda County, SC – Saluda County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) Corporal Dale Hallman was killed in the line of duty on Thursday night, as he and his K9 partner were responding to assist fellow officers. According to the SCSO, deputies were pursuing an armed suspect, who fled into a wooded area with a child, and requested the assistance of the Bloodhound Tracking Team and a K9 officer, WIS-TV reported. Cpl. Hallman, 30, and K9 Copper were traveling to the scene, when they were involved in a single-vehicle crash on Pen Creek Road. The corporal was rushed to Self-Memorial Hospital, where he succumbed to his injures. K9 Copper was located at the scene, and was expected to be fine. The suspect whom deputies’ had been pursuing ultimately released the child, and was taken into custody without further incident. Cpl. Hallman, a 5-year-veteran of the SCSO, just married his wife, Brandi, in the end of October of 2017, according to his Facebook page. He had two stepsons, and was expecting a baby daughter. “Happy New year everyone!” Cpl. Hallman posted on Jan. 1. “2018 is going to be a great year as me and my amazing wife welcome our baby girl to the world and we make many more memories with our boys and other family and friends!” He also leaves behind his mother, father, and sister. In addition to serving as a law enforcement officer and K9 handler, Cpl. Hallman was also a lieutenant with the County Fire Service, according to a fundraising account supported by the SCSO, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Association, and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program. The SCSO described him as a “great guy” who was “wonderful with dogs,” WIS-TV reported. He was also awarded the Medal of Valor for his outstanding service to the citizens of Saluda County in 2016, according to the fundraising page. "As Sheriff, I would like to ask everyone to please lift up the Hallman family, along with the Saluda County Sheriff's Office with your prayers at this time," Sheriff John Perry wrote in a statement, according to WIS-TV. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Saluda County Sheriff’s Office Corporal Dale Hallman, both blood and blue. Thank you for your service. Rest easy, hero. We’ll hold the line from here.

The Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extends their condolences to the Minnehaha South Dakota Sheriffs Department and the family of Deputy Steve Maciejewski. It is with great sadness that I inform you of the death of Deputy Steve Maciejewski who collapsed yesterday while working his assignment at the 24-7 desk. Attempts to revive him at the Public Safety Building and Sanford Hospital were unsuccessful. Please keep his wife Rhonda, children Joe and Grace, and the rest of Steve's family in your thoughts and prayers. Steve began his career at the Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office in September of 1995 in the Jail as a Correctional Officer. He was promoted to Deputy in the Jail, and later moved to the Patrol Division. He spent several years on Patrol. Steve was later assigned to patrol the town of Hartford where he forged relationships with community members, often spending time chatting over coffee. Steve was currently assigned to the 24/7 program, where he and the staff helped keep the community safe by ensuring people maintained sobriety. Steve was the driving deputy behind the Sheriff’s Office Explorer Program for many years. This was simply further proof of him being a good influence on those around him by guiding young people. Steve’s steadiness, good nature, and excellent decision making was well known. Not from him, as he was a quiet man who would talk about his children and family, but not about himself. But we knew him to be a solid deputy, devoted family man, and great friend. Steve loved his work and those he worked with- and for. He will truly be missed. Funeral arrangements are pending. Sheriff Mike Milstead

The Carrollton Police Department convey their condolences to the Hopkinsville Kentucky Police Department and the family of the officer killed in the line of duty today. A Hopkinsville Police Department officer was shot to death Thursday afternoon near Paulette Court. The incident happened at 5:10 p.m. and Kentucky State Police is investigating, with the help of multiple area law enforcement agencies. Hopkinsville Police issued a news release, saying the off-duty police officer was pulled over in his personal vehicle by a man pretending to be a police officer. Shortly after, the officer was shot by the suspect and died from his injuries at Jennie Stuart Medical Center. Police are looking for a suspect identified as 35-year old James DeCoursey. He is a white male standing about six-feet-one inch tall and he’s thought to be driving a stolen white 1997 Chevy Z71 extended cab pickup with a Harley Davidson sticker on the back window. It has Kentucky tag 2070GH. Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks says all resources are directed toward locating this suspect and his prayers are with HPD and with the fallen officer’s family. Anyone with information on DeCoursey’s whereabouts should call 911. He is considered armed and dangerous. (Story by Whopam.com)

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extends their condolences to the Connecticut State Police and the family of Trooper Kevin Miller. Connecticut State Trooper Kevin Miller, a 19-year member of the state police and a father of two, was killed in a crash Thursday on I-84.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department convey their condolences to the French National Police Department, the family of Colonel Arnaud Beltrame and the people of France. Colonel Beltrame traded his life for the lives of hostages and died protecting the people of France. PARIS — A French police officer who was badly wounded on Friday after taking the place of a gunman’s hostage has died from his injuries, Interior Minister Gérard Collomb said on Saturday.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department convey their condolences to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the family of Special Agent Melissa S. Morrow. An FBI agent who was a first responder to the September 11, 2001, attack on the Pentagon died Thursday of brain cancer. Special Agent Melissa S. Morrow, 48, served in the Washington Field Office of the FBI prior to being assigned to the Kansas City Field Office. In Washington, Morrow was a member of the Evidence Response Team. Her death is classified as a line-of-duty death because of her exposure to contaminants at the Pentagon and as a first responder in 2013 to a six-alarm fire in a warehouse fire in Alexandria, Va. The warehouse held evidence from the terrorist plane crash into the Pentagon. In all, Morrow spent 10 weeks sifting through evidence from the attack.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department send their thoughts and prayers to the Juncos Municipal Police Department and the family of Officer Andres Laza-Caraballo. Police Officer Andres Laza-Caraballo was shot and killed during a shooting incident while off duty. He was patronizing a barber shop on Calle Emilia Príncipe when several men started smoking marijuana in front of it. When the shop owner asked the men to leave he was attacked. Officer Laza-Caraballo identified himself as an officer and attempted to intervene when several of the subjects entered with rifles and opened fire. Officer Laza-Caraballo was able to return fire, killing one of the men and wounding a second one before being fatally shot. The remaining two subjects fled the scene and remain at large. Three of the men, including the two who Officer Laza-Caraballo shot, were brothers. Officer Laza-Caraballo had served with the Juncos Municipal Police Department for 10 years. He is survived by his two children.

Today our hearts are saddened as we mourn the loss of a Kentucky Police Officer killed in the line of duty last night. We stand with and convey our condolences to the Pikeville Kentucky Police Department and the family of Officer Scotty Hamilton. Scotty Hamilton, a 12-year veteran of the Pikeville Police Department, died in the line of duty in a shooting late Tuesday night. Kentucky State Police are investigating Officer Hamilton's murder. KSP and Pikeville PD are asking for anyone with any information about the crime to contact them. There's no word on any suspects or arrests in the incident.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department conveys their condolences to the City of Zachary Louisiana Police Department and Fire Department and the family of the fallen officer/firefighter. Two arrested, identified in hit-and- run death of Zachary reserve police officer Posted: Mar 12, 2018 11:22 PM EDT Updated: Mar 13, 2018 7:11 AM EDT According to WBRZ, the two people arrested in connection with the deadly hit-and-run that killed a reserve Zachary Police officer have been identified. Police say that Albert Franklin, 33, was arrested and booked on charges of first-degree murder, hit and run, damage to property, and fugitive from the Zachary Police Department. The second suspect, 30-year-old Ashley Chaney, was arrested on charges of obstruction of justice. Two people are in custody following a hit-and-run killed a reserve police officer Monday night, according to WBRZ. WBRZ reports that incident happened just before 8:00 p.m. at the Walmart located on Plank Road in Baker when he was struck.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department convey their thoughts and prayers to the Edgecombe County North Carolina Sheriffs Department and the family of Deputy Sheriff David Manning. Deputy Sheriff David Manning was killed in a vehicle crash as he pursued a car on Highway 111, three miles south of Tarboro, at approximately 6:15 pm. His patrol car collided with another vehicle traveling the opposite direction. The vehicle he was pursuing crashed a short distance away.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky expresses their condolences and prayers to the City of Pomona California and the family of the fallen officer and the wounded officer. The two Pomona police officers were struck by gunfire while responding to a call in the 1400 block of South Palomares Street. The initial call came in at 9:10 p.m. Friday, according to a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department news release. Homicide detectives are assisting Pomona Police Department with the investigation. “It is with a heavy heart that I must report that one officer did not survive,” Pomona police Chief Michael Olivieri tweeted just after 1:30 a.m. “The second officer is in stable condition.”

Thanks KLE Magazine for the great photos from your visit to Carrollton PD.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department conveys their condolences and prayers to the City of Clinton Missouri Police Department and the families of the fallen and wounded officers. A Missouri police officer was killed and two other officers were wounded Tuesday night while responding to a 911 call after a shooter opened fire from inside a home — leaving more than 18 officers to have died in the line of the duty since the start 2018.

An excellent article written by Kentucky Law Enforcement Magazine on Kentucky Police Chaplaincy.

We extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Police Officer Rodney Smith and the entire Hickman Police Department. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extends their condolences to the Scotland County North Carolina Sheriffs Department and the family of Deputy Locklear. SCOTLAND COUNTY, N.C. — A Scotland County deputy was killed Thursday night in a crash while he was en route to help another deputy, according to the North Carolina State Highway Patrol. Alexis Locklear, 24, was driving down Old Wire Road, west of Wagram, at about 7:20 p.m. when he crashed.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky Police Department extend their condolences to the Boone County Indiana Sheriffs Department and the family of Deputy Pickett. BOONE COUNTY, Ind. – A Boone County deputy will not survive the injuries he sustained after getting shot in the line of duty while assisting Lebanon police Friday morning. Deputy Jacob Pickett's body is being preserved so his organs can be donated. Deputy Pickett with his K9 partner Brick. (Photo credit BCSO) Police say all three suspects believed to be involved are in custody.

The City of Carrollton Kentucky extends their condolences to the City of Hickman Kentucky and the family of Officer Rodney Smith. HICKMAN, KY – Hickman Police Officer Rodney Smith, 45, of Boaz, Kentucky was found dead around 5 AM Saturday morning after he was reported missing Friday night. His body was found in the flooded field off Bernal Avenue in Hickman. His police cruiser was also found there. Smith was pronounced dead by the Fulton County Coroner and an autopsy will be done by the State Medical Examiner’s office on Saturday.