Gibsonville Police Department

  • Agency: Gibsonville Police Department
  • Address: 129 N Main St, Gibsonville, 27249 NC
  • Chief:
Phone: 336-449-6677
Fax: 336-449-0678

Gibsonville Police Department is located at 129 N Main St, Gibsonville, 27249 NC. The Gibsonville Police Department phone number is 336-449-6677.

Gibsonville Police Department News

*************LOST DOG************** Jennifer Hudson, 336-416-9237, reports her dog Lana is missing. She is one year old, large but friendly Rottweiler. Please call Jennifer if you see Lana or contact the Gibsonville Police Department at 336-449-6677.

Please contact Gibsonville PD or Crime Stoppers if you have any information on this case.

Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation day, so 'THANK YOU' to all who have and do put that badge on each and every day!

*****Press Release***** **Assault With A Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury With Intent To Kill** On December 24, 2017 at approximately 1750 hours, Gibsonville Police responded to the 800 block of East Joyner Street in reference to a gunshot victim. Once officers arrived, they found the victim (Donald Robert Stanfield DOB: 08/01/1981) suffering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen. He was transported to Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro and is in stable condition. During a canvass of the area a white Toyota Camry (shown below) has been identified as the suspect vehicle. Witnesses advised officers that the vehicle bears a temporary 30-day tag. The vehicle is also believed to have damage to the rear passenger quarter panel. Anyone with information in reference to this crime is urged to contact Detective Monday at 336.516.1890. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can call Alamance County Crimestoppers at 336.229.7100 or Guilford County Crimestoppers at 336.373.1000.

The men and women of the Gibsonville Police Department wishes you and yours a very Merry Christmas. Let's remember the reason for the season..

This guy was found on Brownbark Drive. He's currently living in style at Phoenix Animal Hospital, so please contact them if he's yours!

Sometimes it's hard to fathom the impact opioids are having on our country, but their ability to decrease US life expectancy is a pretty telling tale. Fentanyl deaths are up 540% in 3 years. This is what an epidemic looks like.

This community did an AMAZING job at our toy "fill the car" events today. There will be some incredibly happy children this holiday. Thank you so much for your support!!!

And the 2017 Officer of the Year award goes to....... Officer Korn! 😊

This young guy was trying to introduce himself to people on Circle Drive this morning, but it doesn't seem that's where he belongs. Please call 336-449-6677 if you know where his home is.

Wonder if he got a ride to jail in the back seat of the helicopter? 🤔

**Reminder** Tomorrow, December 21st from 1:00 to 3:00pm, the Gibsonville Police Department will have cars parked at both Dollar General and Family Dollar. Our goal is to fill the cars with donated toys for families in need this holiday season. We look forward to seeing everyone and spreading some Christmas cheer! 😊

To those of you wondering about the status of tomorrow's Gibsonville Christmas parade, any cancellations/updates will be posted to the Town of Gibsonville website at www.gibsonville.net.

Because our library is AWESOME!!!