Ellisville Police Department

  • Agency: Ellisville Police Department
  • Address: 102 Holly St, Ellisville, 39437 MS
  • Chief: Bruce Russell (Chief of Police)
Phone: 601-477-9252

Ellisville Police Department is located at 102 Holly St, Ellisville, 39437 MS. The Chief of Police of the department is Bruce Russell. The Ellisville Police Department phone number is 601-477-9252.

Ellisville Police Department News

Saturday is JCJC Homecoming come out and support our Bobcats. Parade is at 10am and the game is at 2pm. Go Bobcats!!

Please be aware of possible severe weather this weekend. Have enough food and water for at least 2 days and check on neighbors and elderly.

On Thursday, September 28, 2017 LaTasha Marie Howard, 29, of Laurel, was Arrested, and charged with Petit Larceny. Ms. Howard was found to be stealing food from her employer, an assisted living home in Ellisville. Ms. Howard has been charged with Petit Larceny, and has been set a Court Date in October to answer for her crime.

We have free children's tickets(with a paid adult) to the Circus in Hattiesburg tomorrow night! If you would like one stop by!!

Community Bank in Ellisville is having a Bake Sale today to benifit the American Heart Association Heart Walk. Go by and see them and get a cupcake or other baked goods they are all wonderful.

We are finishing up loading this truck to take it to Bowling Green Fl on Saturday morning if you still want to make a donation you have until Friday! We only have half a trailer right now and what they are really needing nonperishable food. Please help get this one full before it leaves

Miss Kaitlyn Warden who is the 2017-2018 National American Miss, Miss Mississippi Teen has came to help us with the relief trucks going to Texas! Thank you so much!

Our trip to Texas was a success! Thank you again for all your support and donations! We still have another trailer to send later if anyone wants to donate.

We would like to thank our community so much! The truck is full and headed to Community Church in Orange Texas. Please say a prayer for our guys safe travel and for the family's affected by Harvey. If anyone has donations still you can take them to First Assembly Church of Ellisville. Again thank you so much for your support!

Road closures are keeping us from delivering the trailer of supplies tonight. We will not be able to leave until midweek so if you were planning on donating you still have time!

The trailer is filling up today and tomorrow left to bring your donations!

Donations have started coming in, we still have a long way to get it filled up though! Our goal is to leave Monday morning headed to Beaumont TX if we can get this truck loaded! Any donations are terribly needed and greatly appreciated!

We have started getting some donations but we still have a long way to go to fill this truck!

Tornado on the ground in Eastabuchie!

Jones County is under a tornado warning ⚠️! Please watch the news or keep a check on it to know if you need to take cover!

The Ellisville Police Department is coordinating a relief semi-trailer that is parked outside the police department for donations to take to Texas. Chief Russell has spoken to a representative from FEMA this morning and they informed us that one of the main concerns coming up would be clean up. Bleach and cleaning supplies would be needed to help combat the effects of the flooding. If you would like to help our neighbors in Texas please bring your donations if possible in boxes to the police department so that our guys can load it. Along with the cleaning supplies and bleach they also need baby food and formula, diapers, wipes, can foods(nonperishable), soap, bottled water, pet supplies, and hand sanitizer. Thank you in advance, please share this and God Bless.

County Home Road from Gammage Road to Highway 588 is now 30mph both ways.

Stay tuned to your local weather for continuing coverage on Harvey. Make preprations to have enough water and food for at least 3 days. They are not calling for our area to get the severe part of the storm but it is always a good idea to be prepared for the worst.

Want to say a special thanks to Masco and oil states for serving lunch to the city of Ellisville police dept and fire dept . We appreciate your support .

On Wednesday, August 16, 2017 a man went into Alexander’s on Hill Street, and took a piece of equipment from the store. We are asking for any information leading to the arrest of this individual.

We are praying for the families of these victims.