Maryville Police Department

  • Agency: Maryville Police Department
  • Address: 418 West Broadway, Maryville, 37801 TN
  • Chief: Tony Jay Crisp (Chief of Police)
Phone: 865-273-3700
Fax: 865-273-3890
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Maryville Police Department is located at 418 West Broadway, Maryville, 37801 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Tony Jay Crisp. The Maryville Police Department phone number is 865-273-3700.

Maryville Police Department News

Everyone had a great time at BOO on Broadway! Have a safe halloween everyone!

Stay Safe this Halloween!

The Maryville Police Department is seeking assistance identifying the subject seen in these videos. If you know the person in the blue shirt with cut off sleeves in these videos please contact Lt. Carlos Hess at the Maryville Police Department at (865)273-3700 or by private message to this Facebook page.

The Maryville Police Department would like to issue a FRAUD ALERT to all area businesses. It was recently reported to our agency that local businesses have been contacted by a third party business claiming to handle sponsorships for area high school athletics. This "third party business" claims to be handling all sponsorships for the specific school and offers several sponsorship packages. BE AWARE that this third party business has no authority to represent to any business that they are affiliated with any local school system, and does not have the authority to offer advertising related to these schools. If you have any questions, please contact Sergeant Ryan Rogers at (865)273-3807.

Just a reminder of what to do when encountering school buses loading and unloading children.

COME MEET MEMBERS OF THE MARYVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND ENJOY A K9 DEMO AND FREE FOOD. TO BE FOLLOWED BY MOVIES IN THE PARK

SUSPECT HAS BEEN CAPTURED! **************************WANTED******************** ***********CHARLES CARL TEFFETELLER********* CHARLES CARL TEFFETELLER TWO FAILURE TO APPEAR WARRANTS 5’11’’ 160 POUNDS 33 YEARS OLD BROWN EYES BLACK HAIR EVADED MARYVILLE OFFICERS IN THE AREA OF WRIGHT ROAD PLEASE CONTACT THE MARYVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT WITH ANY INFORMATION ON TEFFETELLER’S LOCATION 865-983-3620 OR 911

The Maryville Police Department is seeking assistance identifying the subject seen in these videos. If you know the person in these videos please contact Lt. Carlos Hess at the Maryville Police Department at (865)273-3700 or by private message to this Facebook page.

The Maryville Police Department is seeking assistance identifying the subjects in the following pictures. If you know the person(s) pictured please contact Sgt. Ryan Rogers at the Maryville Police Department 865-273-3700 or by private message to this Facebook page.

This wil be a memorial service honoring all fallen officers that have served in all of Blount County's law enforcement agencies.

The Maryville Police Department wishes to warn citizens about a recent phone scam that was reported to our agency on March 28th, 2017 by several businesses in the city of Maryville. This scam involves an individual representing himself as a deputy with the Blount County Sheriff’s Office and demands money from people over the phone. Several calls were made to area businesses demanding the employee send money via Green Dot Money Pack in relation to pending charges. Please be advised that no local agency would ever call anyone demanding money or threatening a citizen in this manner. If anyone receives a call of this nature, make sure to not give any information and hang up. If you think you may have a warrant for your arrest you can call your local agency or the Blount County Communications Center at (865)983-3620 for additional information.

*UPDATE* 3-31-17 Subjects have been identified. Thank you for your help. The Maryville Police Department is seeking assistance identifying the subjects in the following pictures. If you know the person(s) pictured please contact Investigator Rod Fernandez at the Maryville Police Department 865-273-3700 or by private message to this Facebook page.

Coffe with Cops is a chance for you to meet and talk with the Maryville Police Officers who service your neighborhood in a relaxed setting with no agenda. This is a great opportunity to talk about enhancing neighborhood safety, as well as discuss issues and concerns impacting the community. There will also be crime prevention and personal safety materials available to you at our information table. See you there! #coffeewithcopsmaryville

In reference to our earlier WANTED PERSON post, Edward Stephenson has been taken into custody.

UPDATE 12/9/16 2125: Edward Stephenson has been taken into custody. The Maryville Police Department is asking for assistance locating the following WANTED PERSON. If you have any information on the location of Edward Stephenson, contact the Maryville Police Department immediately at 865-273-3700 or the Blount County Communications Center at 865-983-3620.

The Maryville Police Department is looking for information in reference to the overnight vandalism on Oct. 28 of the restrooms and concession area at Sandy Springs Park. CASH REWARD for information leading to an arrest. Contact Detective Sgt. Rogers at 865-273-3807

We are now accepting applications for our Citizen's Police Academy - Session 27. This class will be held on Tuesday nights from Jan 17 - Apr 4. You can find the application on our website by clicking the link below.

The Maryville Police Department is seeking assistance identifying the individual in this video. If you have any information please contact Investigator Fernandez at 865-273-3834 or the Crime Line at 865-380-1388.

From Chief Crisp: In my entire law enforcement career, I have never been more proud of our community and I, along with every single member of this law enforcement community, will never forget your kindness, compassion and love shown to us following the tragic death of Officer Kenny Moats. Throughout our careers, we have all been reminded of the reason we chose this profession. While we all may have different reasons, I think we can all agree that we chose it because we want to make a difference, uphold the law - which we believe makes this country great, serve those in need, pursue the guilty and protect the innocent from those who intend to do them harm. Kenny Moats was a dedicated officer of the law. He worked hard, volunteering off-time and stepping up to challenges to become better in his field. His eagerness to be better earned him praise and maybe some good-natured ribbing. The assignments he earned were a testament to his dedication to the profession of police work. His calling was to serve and protect. And he did just that. Kenny’s children were his life and he was a terrific father. All who knew him will tell you stories about his dedication to them - to their being kids and to their opportunities in life. Kenny wanted them to go to college someday. Through a trust fund set up by this community that continues to grow every day because of your generosity, Kenny’s dreams for his kids will be fulfilled. I know he would have been so humbled by your thoughtfulness and kindness. Our community is even bigger than we realized with law enforcement reaching out from all across Tennessee and elsewhere, including these agencies who worked with us, in our stead, and on our behalf: • The Blount County Sheriff’s Office worked tirelessly to investigate the crime and present the perpetrator to our judiciary to hold him accountable for his unspeakable actions; • The Police Departments of Alcoa, Lenoir City, Cleveland, Clinton and Knoxville; The Sheriff’s Offices of Anderson, Knox, Sevier and Loudon Counties; Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Tennessee Highway Patrol, the Knoxville Police Department Honor Guard and the many other law enforcement agencies who offered assistance far and wide. The agencies who supported our efforts: • Blount County Communications Center, Blount County District Attorney’s Office, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Maryville and Alcoa Fire Departments, University of Tennessee Hospital and Rural Metro Ambulance Service. And the support from officers who traveled from New York, Chicago, Colorado, Virginia, the Carolinas, and all across Tennessee and numerous other states across the country. The community of individuals, businesses, and organizations from Maryville, Blount County and beyond with their many acts of kindness: • Every signature on the guest book, cup of coffee, hand-made card, flower, gift card, monetary donation and every word of encouragement; • The countless food, drinks and supplies delivered that sustained all of us night and day from local restaurants, homes and kitchens across the community; • The local businesses who donated services and supplies, and those who found their unique ways of rallying the community – the t-shirts that raised over $160,000, fundraisers and proceeds contributed by people near and far; • The people who attended the funeral service and the ones who stood along the funeral procession route that showed their respects in their own way and stood with us as we said our goodbyes. There is no end to the positive impact created by each and every one of these and so many more. Being part of the City of Maryville family, the Maryville Community, the Blount County Community - there is so much I want to say to each of you, but I struggle to find the words. I want you to know that every act of kindness and compassion you have shown Kenny Moats, his family, his friends and the law enforcement community, has deeply touched us, our families, and law enforcement across the nation. Please know, not one act of kindness has gone unnoticed. Every single one has found a place within us that will carry us through this loss and whatever challenge we may face moving forward. You reached out without hesitation. You comforted our families. You prayed. You gave. You showed up. You impressed and amazed those across the country who came to support us. You inspired us. We chose this profession because we want to be there when you need us. We choose to stay because we know – now more than ever - you are there for us when we need you. We are proud and honored to stand between good and evil. On behalf of the men and women of the Maryville Police Department, the City of Maryville, and the Moats family, our most heartfelt thanks to each of you. We are proud to remain humbly in your service. Tony Jay Crisp Chief of Police Maryville Police

Don't forget to join us tomorrow at Chick Fil A in Foothills Mall for "Coffee with Cops".