Thank you Malachi and Adalyn
Bourbon Police Department is located at 355 E Pine St, Bourbon, 65441 MO. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael Pennock. The Bourbon Police Department phone number is 573-732-4838.
Thank you Malachi and Adalyn
Thank you Mrs Dace and your class for the cards
Deacon Zelch has been located and taken into custody, thank you to everyone for the tips and information that led to his arrest.
Deacon Zelch is wanted by the Bourbon Police Dept. If you see this individual please call 911 immediately. Do not attempt to approach this subject. Zelch is known to frequent the Bourbon and Sullivan area. He should be considered armed and dangerous. More current photos
Thank you so much Rolla Technical Center for the card!!!!
Wanted to thank our task force for recovering a large amount of ice methamphetamine in Crawford county. Thank you Franklin County task force
Need help identifying this person. We have the person identified. Thank you
I just wanted to thank the Franklin County Task Force for their help in the arrests of two wanted fugitives. Both individuals had outstanding warrants, and due to information received by Franklin County investigators we were able to safely apprehend them. Thank you !!
The Bourbon Police, Franklin County task force, Laneg task force, and the Crawford County Sheriffs Dept. conducted a joint investigation. A search warrant was served at a residence in Bourbon. A large amount of illegal drugs were located during a search of the residence. This investigation is ongoing at this time.
Counterfeit money is still circulating. Please have your employees scrutinize money that is given to them.
We are asking that everyone be courteous to our vets and elderly during this Fourth of July holiday. Please stop shooting fireworks at a courteous hour. Have a safe holiday!!
The Bourbon Police Dept. is proud to announce we are now members of the Franklin County Multi-jurisdictional Task Force. This experienced team of professionals will provide a investigative resource for the citizens of Bourbon.
William J Craft is a wanted fugitive, please contact Bourbon Police or call 911 if he is located.
Thank you Frank Magel and DEA St. Louis for all your information about pharmacy robbery. It was a fantastic class and we had a great turn out!!
Deadly amount of Fentanyl
Bourbon police,MSHP, and the Crawford County Sheriffs Dept. conducted a joint investigation. As a result, a search warrant was served at a residence in Bourbon. Large amounts of illegal drugs were located, and three suspects were arrested.
Our first Take Back Initiative was successful. Several pounds of pills were collected. The Bourbon Police will continue to take back your no longer needed pills and narcotics. I'd like to thank Frank Magel with DEA for the drug collection and disposal.
The Bourbon Police Dept. served a search warrant at a residence where illegal drug sales were occurring. Two suspects were arrested and numerous items of illegal contraband were found. This investigation is ongoing with other suspects identified as well.
Thank you so much for your help. The suspect has been identified. As always thank you for your continuing support!! We are looking for information on identifying this person and vehicle. Any help would be greatly appreciated Thank you in advance
Thank you Mobil for the award!!
The Bourbon Police Dept. is partnering with DEA St. Louis in a pill take back initiative. Bring any of your old or unused pills in their pill containers to our office and we will dispose of them free of charge. This is a no questions asked program. We can not accept syringes, aerosols, or liquids. We can accept Epi pens or similar delivery systems that have a sheathed needle. This initiative is being conducted to combat drugs getting into the wrong hands, and to ensure dangerous drugs do not contaminate our water supply. Thank you for your support !!
The Bourbon Police Dept. will be hosting a Pharmacy Robbery class at the Bourbon Community Center, located at 575 Elm St. in Bourbon. The Drug Enforcement Admin. will be conducting this class. The class will bring awareness to pharmacy employees concerning criminal trends, and safety information. The Course will be held on June 20th at 7pm at the Bourbon Community Center. For any other information please call the Bourbon Police Dept. 573-732-4838