Cassville Police Department

  • Agency: Cassville Police Department
  • Address: 302 Main St, Cassville, 65625 MO
  • Chief: Dana Kammerlohr (Chief of Police)
Phone: 417-847-4700
Fax: 417-847-3126
Email:
Website:

Cassville Police Department is located at 302 Main St, Cassville, 65625 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Dana Kammerlohr. The Cassville Police Department phone number is 417-847-4700.

Cassville Police Department News

Captain James Smith!!!!!

Cit Administrator Steve Walensky.

Officer Zach Thompson.

Important Weather Information!!!!

Here is Detective Danny Boyd!!!!!!!!

The sirens were activated by Barry County Emergency Management this morning because a citizen reported a possible funnel cloud. After it was investigated, the National Weather Service was not able to locate anything on radar and Barry County Emergency Management canceled the sirens. Please keep an eye on the weather today due to the threat of severe weather. Sgt. Privett.

A key chain with several keys were found in the area of the 7th Street Bridge. If you can identify them we have them at the police department.

Officer Stuart Lombard!!!!!

Sad to hear the news of the Miller County Missouri Deputy that lost his life yesterday evening in a car accident. Please keep the deputy, his family and the Miller County Sheriff's Department in your prayers.

This is a picture of the affected ares due to the NOAA Weather radio being off the air in Fordland, due to the tower collapse. The following is a message from the Chief of Police, people need to be aware of storm watches and warnings and need to have a safety plan in place in the event of severe weather. Things needed in the plan need to include a safety kit with food and water for at least three days, needed and essential medication, flash light(s) and extra batteries and of course your weather radio.

We have had contact with an individual concerning dogs missing in the county. Some of the dogs have returned to their homes. As we all know dogs are known to roam, especially in the spring. It is suggested to have a form of identification on your dogs tags, with your name and a method of contact, such as phone number, email address etc. You can even have your dog micro-chipped so you can prove the dog is yours if it comes up missing and is located. If you choose to go with a micro-chip, be sure to have the chip number registered with the company. If you see a vehicle picking up dogs that may not belong to them, please get a good description of the vehicle, along with the license pate number and call 911 to report it to the proper authorities. If your pet is missing, check with local Veterinarians, Law Enforcement and Haven of the Ozarks to see if anyone has found your pet. Thank you and stay safe.

Tornado Watch Weather Updated: Apr 13 1:17PM Issued by the National Weather Service For Barry County, Missouri TORNADO WATCH FROM 1:15PM CDT FRI UNTIL 10PM CDT FRI MO . MISSOURI COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE BARRY BARTON CEDAR CHRISTIAN DADE GREENE HICKORY JASPER LAWRENCE MCDONALD NEWTON POLK ST. CLAIR STONE VERNON

Cassville Citywide Clean-Up

UPDATED: The dog owners have been located and the dog is being reunited as we speak. Thank you all for your help and concern. We have located a large German Shepherd at the Cassville Police Department. If you are missing a dog like this and can properly identify it, please let us know.

Be careful if you are out on the roads tonight. With temperatures nearing the freezing mark roadways could become very slick. Numerous accidents caused by icy roadways have been reported in the Springfield area. We are hopeful that the ice doesn’t effect the roads in our area, but please be aware and use caution.

Flood Warning Issued. Flood Warning Weather Updated: Mar 27 9:21AM Issued by the National Weather Service For Barry County, Missouri FLOOD WARNING FROM 9:21AM CDT TUE UNTIL 3:15PM CDT TUE THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SPRINGFIELD HAS ISSUED A * FLOOD WARNING FOR... NEWTON COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... NORTHWESTERN DOUGLAS COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... CHRISTIAN COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... WESTERN TANEY COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... STONE COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... MCDONALD COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... BARRY COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... LAWRENCE COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... GREENE COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... SOUTHERN JASPER COUNTY IN SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI... * UNTIL 315 PM CDT * AT 920 AM CDT, DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED HEAVY RAIN THAT WILL CAUSE FLOODING. * CREEKS, STREAMS, AND LOW WATER CROSSINGS WILL BE ESPECIALLY SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE DANGERS OF FLOODING. LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE... SPRINGFIELD... JOPLIN... NIXA... OZARK... REPUBLIC... CARTHAGE... NEOSHO... WEBB CITY... BRANSON... BIG SUGAR CREEK STATE PARK... TABLE ROCK STATE PARK... ROARING RIVER STATE PARK... MONETT... AURORA... BATTLEFIELD... WILLARD... MOUNT VERNON... HOLLISTER... CASSVILLE... ROGERSVILLE... THIS WARNING INCLUDES BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING LOW WATER CROSSINGS... HIGHWAY 43 AT BUFFALO CREEK WEST OF ANDERSON... NORTH MAIN AND MURPHY BOULEVARD IN JOPLIN... BUSINESS HIGHWAY 60 JUST NORTH OF NEOSHO... ROUTE CC WEST OF FAIR GROVE AT THE POMME DE TERRE RIVER... AND HIGHWAY 13 AT RAILEY CREEK NEAR REEDS SPRING. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN WHEN ENCOUNTERING FLOODED ROADS. MOST FLOOD DEATHS OCCUR IN VEHICLES. A FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. ALL INTERESTED PARTIES SHOULD TAKE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS IMMEDIATELY.

The rain has begun and we are in for a very wet week. Those that live in flood prone areas need to keep an eye on Flat Creek in the days to come. The police department will be keeping a close eye on the weather and monitoring the creek level. Everyone stay safe and remember, "Turn around Don't Drown".

FYI

If anyone comes across this Yahoo news article, please be aware that we have not issued anything like they are saying, it appears to be a sales pitch. If there was anything to be concerned with, believe me, we would have put the word out. Below is the news article.

Radar is currently showing the band of rain moving just to our east! 👍🏻 While the creeks will continue to rise for a while until all the runoff reaches the them, we are looking to be in much better shape by this evening if the trend continues. Thank you all for your preparedness. We will continue to monitor the waters and weather to keep you as updated as possible.

Heads up! Flat Creek is nearing capacity at this time and from the looks of the radar we still have a few hours of rain coming our way. A flood warning has been issued for our area until 7:00pm this evening. Have a plan in place to evacuate low lying areas that are prone to flooding should it become necessary. We are making plans to open shelters should they be needed. Please contact the 911 center if you have an emergency and plan to evacuate your residence so first responders will know which houses have been evacuated. We pray this won’t be a major flooding event, but ask everyone to be prepared out of an abundance of caution. Please be careful in your travels and never drive into the water on flooded roadways.

Heads up! Flat creek has reached capacity and is now spilling over its banks. Radar indicates a few more hours of rain will quite possible fall over the area. Please have a plan in place to begin evacuating low lying areas should they become flooded. A flood warning has been issued for our area until 7:00pm this evening. Arrangements are being made to open shelters if evacuations are necessary. Please contact the 911 center if you have to evacuate your residence so first responders know which houses have already taken precautions. We pray this won’t be an extensive flooding event, but want everyone to be prepared out of an abundance of caution. Several county roadways are already impassible. Stay safe and use caution if you have to be out. Do not drive into flooded roadways.

Weather forecasters are predicting the potential for around three inches of rain from now until late evening tomorrow (Saturday). Please be aware and pay attention to areas that are susceptible to flooding.