Worthington Police Department

  • Agency: Worthington Police Department
  • Address: 1530 Airport Road, Suite 300, Worthington, 56187 MN
  • Chief: Mike Cumiskey (Chief of Police)
Phone: (507) 295-5400
Fax: (507) 372-5977

Worthington Police Department is located at 1530 Airport Road, Suite 300, Worthington, 56187 MN. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Cumiskey. The Worthington Police Department phone number is (507) 295-5400.

Worthington Police Department News

The Worthington Police Department would like to take time and brag about our canine program. Our handlers work tirelessly to provide canine services to Worthington residents. Our newest canine is a yellow lab named Winston. Winston and Officer Walker recently certified in narcotics detection and will be hitting the streets. Officer Riley (canine Mack) and Officer Roemeling (canine Frankee) are pictured showing off some of their trophies during a recent USPCA trial.

Join the WPD on Tuesday, October 31st at the intersection of Smith Ave and Clary St to receive a glow stick. Lets work together and make this the safest Halloween. We'll be there from 5pm to 8pm.

Attention Worthington residents and businesses: There is a public utilities scam going around that is mostly targeting businesses. They are calling and saying if you do not pay your bill within a certain time frame, they will shut off your electricity. They also give out a 1-800 number for you to call and "make your payment to". THIS IS A SCAM! If you receive any suspicious calls, please contact Worthington Public Utilities at 507-372-8680

Worthington police officers handed out reminders to WHS students of the dangers of texting and driving. Please make this a safe homecoming weekend. Trojan Pride!

Media Release According to Minnesota Statute 244.052, the Worthington Police Department is releasing information regarding Brad Andrew Haugen, a Level 3 registrant subject to public notification. Mr. Haugen will be moving to the 1900 Block of Dover Street in Worthington as of September 28, 2017. This individual has served the sentence imposed on him by the court, and is transitioning within the community. A Community Notification Meeting has been scheduled for 6 pm on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at the Worthington Fire Hall, 830 2nd Avenue, in Worthington. Representatives from the Department of Corrections and the Worthington Police Department will be available to provide you with useful information on public safety.

Oxford Street now has bike lanes. Attached you'll find a brochure the department is putting out trying to spread the word of bike safety and laws. Please remember to share the road with bicyclists and give them at least 3 feet clearance when passing them.

Turkey Day Weekend Road Closures.

The Worthington Police Department would like to remind everyone to please keep their vehicles locked while they are unoccupied. The police department has taken numerous calls about items stolen from vehicles or the vehicle itself stolen. The best deterrent against theft from the vehicle is for the vehicle to be locked. We would also like to remind our citizens to please call in with any observations of suspicious activity or persons. The information we routinely receive from the public is vital in our investigations.

Due to the cooler weather there is some roadwork that will be done on the south end of Elmwood Ave starting tonight, 9/6/2017, at approximately 1:00 A.M.

Thank You - This male has been identified.

We received this picture and message today--- I just wanted to thank Officer Brett Wiltrout for taking the time to chat and take a picture with my boys while we were park hopping this morning. It really made their day! Thanks for all you do! We really appreciate it!

If you could help identify the male in this photo, please call the Worthington Police Department at 507-295-5400. Remember, your information can remain anonymous.

New Speed Limit on Crailsheim Road and County Road 35 starts September 5th, 2017. Going through a 1,959 ft speed zone at 30 mph instead of 40 mph adds 11 seconds to your commute. It's not worth speeding. Speed Fines Over: 1-10.........$ 115.00 11-14.......$ 125.00 15-19.......$ 135.00 20-25.......$ 215.00 36-30.......$ 275.00 31+..........$ 375.00

!st Inaugural Worthington Park Hop

Chief Appel presented Mike Harlow with a Life Saving Award tonight at city hall chambers. Mr. Harlow sacrificed his own safety and pulled a struggling swimmer out of Lake Okabena in July of 2017. Mr. Harlow's action were heroic and admirable and on behalf of the CIty of Worthington and the police department, thank you for this selfless act.

Can you help identify this female? If so, please contact the Worthington Police Department at 507-295-5400. Your information can be kept anonymous.

Night to Unite is observed annually on the first Tuesday in August. It provides an opportunity for public safety personnel and the community to join together to give crime, drugs and violence a going away party. Night to Unite will be on August 1st from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Pioneer Village. Food provided, K-9 demo, Sanford's Helicopter will be there along with several other organizations and equipment. DJ Barry Roberts will be providing music for the event.

Worthington Police are asking for Public’s Help in Solving Missing Person Cold Case The Worthington Police Department is asking for the public’s help in solving a missing person cold case that dates back to June, 2011. The missing woman, Lucia Perez, 40, of Worthington was last seen on June 27th, 2011. Her cell phones last signal location was in the Rock Valley, Iowa area on the day she was reported missing. She is described as 5’11” and 120 lbs. with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing an ankle-length denim skirt, a black short-sleeved blouse with white decorations and had a black backpack. If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of Ms. Perez, please contact the Worthington Police Department at (507) 295-5400.

Found dog by Centennial Park, if this is your dog please contact 507-295-5400.

K-9 Officer Riley and canine Mack spent time today with neighborhood kids on East Avenue. Officer Refsland helped a stranded motorist on I-90 last night during a rain storm change a tire.

CANCEL MISSING PERSON - FOUND SAFE MISSING PERSON - Katie Figueroa If you know the whereabouts of Katie, please call the Worthington Police Department at 507-295-5400.

Press Release This is a joint press release from the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force, Worthington Police Department, and the Nobles County Attorney’s Office. The July 28, 2016 video released by ACLU is one piece of evidence in a pending criminal case. Release and discussion of evidence in pending criminal cases is limited by the data practices law and criminal court procedural rules. The video, viewed in a vacuum, shows only a short segment of the incident that is the basis of the criminal charges. The charges in this case include two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon (a motor vehicle), one count of fleeing an officer in a motor vehicle, possession of a small amount of marijuana, and driving after revocation. Further details available to the public are included in the criminal complaint in this case, which is Nobles County Court File 53-CR-16-683. Because the case is now awaiting a jury trial date, the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force, Worthington Police Department, and the Nobles County Attorney’s office feel it is inappropriate to comment further. Our agencies ask that the media and the public remain patient as the criminal case progresses accordingly. BRDTF Commander Nate Grimmius Worthington Chief of Police Troy Appel Nobles County Attorney Kathleen A. Kusz