Butler Police Department

  • Agency: Butler Police Department
  • Address: 309 N Fulton St, Butler, 64730 MO
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 660-679-6131

Butler Police Department is located at 309 N Fulton St, Butler, 64730 MO. The Butler Police Department phone number is 660-679-6131.

Butler Police Department News

The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory from 6pm tonight til 12pm Tuesday. The cold winds with this can cause frost bite in as little as 30 minutes to exposed skin. Please keep this in mind tonight and tomorrow, and also don't forget your fur babies. Keeping them outside in weather like this, can cause serious injury and/or death.

Please be aware there are scammers of all type. Scammers can hack facebook accounts and send false links to try to get money from you and/or hack your facebook. Just remember, no business or organization of substance would ask you to purchase a gift card of any kind to pay them. They will also never ask for money grams, or western unions. Also remind your elderly friends, family, and neighbors of this.

We have located the owner of the cell phone. Thank you to all that shared and helped spread the word.

An individual brought in a phone that he found near the Poplar Heights farm. If you have lost a phone and was recently in that area contact or come by the Butler Police Deparment. If you can describe the case, and lock screen picture we will release it back.

Last night a 2016 Chrysler 200, white in color, was stolen from the 400 block of South Delaware. If anybody has information regarding this theft, please contact the Butler Police Department at 660-679-6131.

Recently we have had a rash of stolen vehicles. Please remember to lock your car doors, and do not leave keys inside of vehicles. With cold weather coming in, do not leave your vehicle running while you are away from it. If you see anything suspicious occuring in your neighborhood, do not hesitate to contact the Butler Police Department at 660-679-6131.

Help identify this person , wanted for questioning in several thefts in town. Please contact Butler Police Dept with any information you may have. 660-679-6131

This morning someone turned in an Iphone that they found near the larger City park next to the City Pool. If you are missing an Iphone and can describe the casing as well as the lock screen photo to identify it, we will release it back to you.

We are aware of the power outage, electric department has been advised. Please give them time to fix the problem.

Butler R-V School District Statement In response to several contacts via phone or social media, the Butler RV School District issues the following statement: The Butler RV School District was made aware of some inappropriate statements made online by a student last Friday. These statements were addressed with the student and handled per our discipline policy. At no point was the school placed on lockdown. We are fortunate to have a great working relationship with our Police Department, and on Friday there were officers at the school enjoying lunch with the students, which happens rather frequently. The Police Department was made aware of the situation while they were on campus. The district is not aware of any "hit list" regarding this situation. We appreciate the steadfastness of the public regarding any such information, and encourage anyone with first hand, credible information to contact appropriate school personnel and the police. Thank You, Darin Carter, Superintendent Original post can be found at www.butlerr5.org

The Butler Police Department has received several reports this morning of homes and businesses being vandalized by paintballs. If your home, business, or vehicle was hit by paintballs contact the Butler Police. If anyone has any information regarding this incident contact the Butler Police Department at 660-679-6131

Butler Police Department phones are back up

The Butler Police Department would like to make everyone aware of phone scams that are still circulating. The scammers are using different methods to try and get money. The most common used is they pretend to be IRS. The IRS does not email or ask for money or personal information over the phone. In any situation DO NOT give any personal information over the phone. Please make elderly family members aware as well, they have been the most common target.

The Butler Police Department is seeking the publics assistance in identifying these three subjects.

Met a wonderful group of young people today on their way home from church camp. Inspired by their respect and admiration.

Butler Police Department received information that the missing juvenile returned safely home today. Thanks to everyone who assisted in the case.

The ButlerPolice Dept. took a rpt of a stolen handgun on 05/04/2017. If you see one that looks like this, please contact the PD at 660 679-6131. We would also like to remind everyone not to leave firearms in unattended vehicles.

On 05/01/2017 the Butler Police Department took a report in regards to this runaway juvenile Kaira Valentine also goes by nickname KitKat. If you see her or have any information in regards please contact the Butler Police Department at 660-679-6131

Heather Diehl at Farmer's Insurance brought an assortment of doughnuts for the Police Department employees. Thank you, Heather, we love the positivity!

The Butler Police Department has been advised of fraudulent phone calls using local businesses phone numbers. If you receive lewd messages, please disregard and do not hold the business on your caller ID responsible for the messages.

Butler Police Deparment has received calls in regard to a new scam that is circulating the area. Scammers are calling claiming to be with Dish network asking for money and Dish box numbers. DO NOT give these numbers out, if you have any questions contact your Dish company.

Butler Police Department is looking for part time help in communications. Must be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Must also be able to pass a background and drug screening. Guarenteed 12 hours a week with the potential for more. If interested pick up application at City Hall and turn it in at the Butler Police Department.

Butler is under a burn ban today, per the Fire Chief; the dry air and high winds are a dangerous combination. If within city limits, remember to always obtain a permit prior to any burning.