Henderson Police Department

  • Agency: Henderson Police Department
  • Address: 1990 Barrett Ct, Henderson, 42419 KY
  • Chief: John Reed (Chief of Police)
Phone: 270-831-1295
Fax: 270-831-1294

Henderson Police Department is located at 1990 Barrett Ct, Henderson, 42419 KY. The Chief of Police of the department is John Reed. The Henderson Police Department phone number is 270-831-1295.

Henderson Police Department News

On 4/20/2018, Cameron Miller, Allison Weatherholt, and John Gallagher graduated from the Department of Criminal Justice Training Basic Telecommunications Course in Richmond, Kentucky. The course consisted of five weeks of training (205 classroom hours) which covered the role and responsibilities of the dispatcher, correct phone and radio procedures, handling of emergency and non-emergency calls for service, emergency medical dispatch protocols, and the use of state and national criminal databases. Cameron Miller was Class Leader, Valedictorian , and recognized as a Trainee of Distinction. John Gallagher was also recognized as a Trainee of Distinction. Please join us in congratulating Cameron Miller, Allison Weatherholt, and John Gallagher upon their graduation.

It's a beautiful day and looks like a rain and snow free weekend for the 31st Annual Henderson Breakfast Lions Club Tri-Fest. We have a few reminders for anyone attending. 1. Support local non-profits by eating large amounts of delicious food. 2. Bring a friend. 3. No pets allowed except trained service animals. 4. Eat lots of yummy food. 5. Lost and found is located at 1st & Main St. Lions Club tent. 6. Ride the rides. 7. Take a selfie with one of our officers and post in the comments. 8. Don't forget dessert! 9. No bicycles, skate boards, or roller skates. Carry them or walk your bike. 10. Did we mention eating fantastic food prepared by local non-profits? 11. Watch the bands, competitions, and/or attend church services. 12. GO TO THE TRI-FEST AND HAVE FUN!

NORTHBOUND BRIDGE RESTRICTIONS THURSDAY

It's almost time for the Tri-Fest. If you tuned in to Speak Up on WSON this morning, we mentioned the Pet Parade. That event has been cancelled, but we hope to see it next year.

LOCATED - Mildred Downing has been located, unharmed. We want to thank everyone for sharing our posts. It made a tremendous difference and helped us locate her quickly. The previous post regarding Mildred will be removed from the timeline so people do not continue to share it. Please update your posts to state that she has been located or hide them from your timeline. Thank you to Vincennes PD for your assistance.

Congratulations to Sgt. Mikel Vadbunker who has been named Employee of the Month for April 2018. Sgt. Vadbunker has been covering third shift as supervisor for the past two months and willingly changes his days off to cover for other supervisors when they have training. Sgt. Vadbunker began his HPD career in 2005. Thank you Sgt. Vadbunker for your dedication to HPD and to our community.

On 4/09/2018, Sgt. Jeremy Conrad was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Lt. Conrad, a Henderson native, has been with HPD since June 2008. He has risen through the ranks and worked various shifts throughout the years. He has been a member of the Emergency Response Unit for five years. Lt. Conrad currently serves on first shift (day shift 6a-2p). Join us in congratulating Lt. Conrad on his promotion.

ATTENTION HPD RETIREES: LEOSA recertification is scheduled for Saturday, April 28th, from 8am - noon.

In honor of our E911 emergency dispatchers during National Public Safety Telecommunications Week 2018, we have reset our profile picture. Thank you ladies and gentlemen for a job well done.

Northbound bridge one lane. Read update from KYTC District 2 statement below for more information.

Warrant Roundup 4/05/2018 On 4/05/20018, the Henderson Police Department and members of the US Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force, and Kentucky State Police teamed up in an effort to serve drug related warrants in Henderson. Officers were placed in teams and each team was then given a list of suspects with warrants for them to attempt to locate. Some of the people charged were located while officers were looking for other individuals at their address. Officers began their search for the fugitives at 7am. Listed below are people arrested and/or charged: 1. Carol A. Burris 27YOA – located at Methodist Hospital – arrested for Criminal Possession of a Forged Prescription 1st Offense – arrested on 4/04/18 (18-14888) 2. Pamela C. Burris 59YOA – located & resides at 518 Burris Street in Henderson – arrested for Forgery of a Prescription 1st Offense – arrested on 4/04/18 (18-14888) 3. Terri L. Gilbert 37YOA - located & arrested at 771 Lakeview Drive Apt. 4B in Henderson – arrested on a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-147 for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Offense (Heroin) 4. Jennifer Higgins 47YOA - located & resides at 436 Washington Street in Henderson - arrested on a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-152 (18-15042) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 2 GMS Methamphetamine) 5. Dalton A. McCommac 23YOA - resides at 435B Ray Street in Henderson – located at 380 Borax Drive - arrested on Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-168 (18-16096) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (< 2 GMS Methamphetamine) 6. Clayton Parker 28YOA - located & resides at 454 S. Ingram Street in Henderson - arrested for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 2 GMS Methamphetamine), Trafficking in Marijuana (8oz to , 5lbs) 1st Offense, Possession of a Handgun by a Convicted Felon (18-15040). Parker was also served with a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-151 (18-15005) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 2 GMS Methamphetamine), 7. John R. Pippin, Jr. 20 YOA –resides at 5742 Cairo Hickory Grove Road in Henderson – located at 380 Borax Drive - served with a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-158 (17-17463) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 4 GMS Cocaine) and another Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-157 (17-11437) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 4 GMS Cocaine) 8. Nathan Scott Pippin 34YOA - located & resides at 3165 Fulton Yates Road in Henderson - served with a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-156 (18-15022) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (< 2 GMS Methamphetamine) 9. Erie Pullen 35YOA - resides at 222 South Alvasia Street in Henderson - located at 380 Borax Drive - served with a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-159 (17-15396) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 2nd Offense (< 4 GMS Cocaine) 10. Francisco E. Ramirez 27YOA - resides at 972 Villagebrook Drive in Henderson - located at 380 Borax Drive - served with a Warrant of Indictment (18-15045) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 2 GMS Methamphetamine) 11. Jeffrey Walker 31YOA - resides at 11432 Highland Drive in Henderson - located at 380 Borax Drive - served with a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-167 (18-6943) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 2 GMS Methamphetamine) 12. John Lewis Spurlock 47YOA - located & resides at 1107 Wedgewood Lane in Henderson - served with a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-166 (18-14999) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 2 GMS Methamphetamine) 13. Nathan M. Nguyen (pronounced “gwen”) 23YOA - located & resides at 441 Watson Lane Lot#4 in Henderson - served with TWO Warrants of Indictment 18-CR-146 AND 18-CR-176 (18-15010) for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 2 GMS Methamphetamine) 14. Zachary Franklin 28YOA – resides at 10622 KY 416 West in Henderson – located in Union County District Court by KSP – served with a Warrant of Indictment 18-CR-154 for Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense (> or = 2 GMS Methamphetamine) All of the people listed above were lodged at the Henderson County Detention Center. The Warrants of Indictment were based on investigations of illegal drug activity within the city of Henderson and Henderson County by the Henderson Police Department and Kentucky State Police. At this time, the investigations have resulted in the seizure of four firearms, approximately 1.5lbs of crystal methamphetamine, over 100 dosage units of opiates, and approximately 3oz. of cocaine. We are still actively seeking several people. The Henderson Police Department would like to thank the Kentucky State Police and US Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force for their assistance with the investigations and subsequent arrests. **** End of Release 4/05/18 @ 2:40pm****

‪Thank you Kentucky State Police & US Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force for assisting in the arrests of 14 people on various drug & trafficking charges today. Over 1.5lbs crystal meth, over 100 dosage units of opiates, 3oz cocaine, & 4 handguns have been seized during these investigations. More information will be released soon.

Non-injury accident southbound on US 41 before the Cloverleaf. Semi vs. Jeep. Watch out for first responders and expect delays until the scene is cleared.

We haven’t eaten all the donuts yet so stop by for some free coffee too.

Join us this morning from 7a-9a at Golden Glaze Bakery for Coffee with a Cop.

EGG HUNTS CANCELLED Because of forecast for rain starting on Friday and unpleasant temperature levels, the City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department has reluctantly canceled its annual Community Egg Hunt. The hunt was to have taken place this Saturday morning, March 24, at Communi-ty Park. The Parks Department traditionally hides 10,000 eggs for the hunt, and in addi-tion to the children's hunt hosts a second one for adults. Additionally, the Henderson County Parks Department has canceled its Eggstravagan-za egg hunt event scheduled for Saturday afternoon at Henderson County Fair-grounds. Stay tuned for more great community activities to be offered by both Parks De-partments in more pleasant weather.