Danville Police Department is located at 1299 E 8th St, Danville, 72833 AR. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick Padgett. The Danville Police Department phone number is 479-495-2121.
***Roadway has reopened as of 10:30*** State Hwy 27 North will be shut down until further notice due to a fatal accident involving a pickup, passenger car and Semi truck south of the Ranger Church. Traffic is being diverted at 154.
The last update from the SPC has downgraded our area from to Marginal. The most severe weather will be east of our area due to the timing and atmospheric stability. This doesn't mean we won't see any severe weather, however our chances seem to be diminishing according to the latest Outlook. https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day2otlk.html
Something to keep an eye on for Monday. Severe thunderstorms will be possible on Monday, November 5th as a strong storm system approaches the state. There remain some uncertainties regarding the possible severe weather as we are still several days out. However at this point, Monday afternoon and evening look to be the most favorable for severe weather, with damaging wind gusts and tornadoes the main hazards. National Weather Service meteorologists will continue to monitor and adjust the forecast in the coming days, and provide updates as needed. Heather Cross Brian Smith National Weather Service Little Rock, Arkansas
Isolated severe storms will be possible this afternoon and tonight, primarily along and ahead of the front. Given a high amount of wind energy present in the atmosphere, any storm that becomes severe would be capable of producing damaging wind gusts. Winds are turning and increasing with height, so there will also be the threat of a few tornadoes. Large hail will also be a concern with the strongest storms. The greatest threat for severe thunderstorms will be in areas generally along and east of Interstate 30, and south of Interstate 40 (in other words...areas south of a line from Texarkana to Little Rock to Memphis). The greatest threat for severe thunderstorms will be in the late afternoon across southwest and south-central Arkansas, through 2 am in far southeastern Arkansas. Again, in Arkansas, the severe threat will be highest with the storms ahead of the front, and a bit more isolated in the storms along the front. At this time, though, it does appear that severe storms will be most likely over eastern Texas into northeast Louisiana. Heavy Rainfall... Another concern today and tonight is heavy rainfall. By late this afternoon, showers and thunderstorms should be fairly widespread in much of the state. Widespread precipitation will shift into eastern Arkansas during the evening, and will taper off over northwest Arkansas. Rain will diminish area wide on Thursday as the cold front moves east. Through Thursday, much of the state is on tap to see one to three inches of rainfall. At this time, it appears the axis of heaviest rainfall will be setting up from southwest Arkansas into central and northeast Arkansas, where localized totals in excess of three inches could occur.This is west of where we originally had the axis of heaviest rainfall, largely due to the front slowing down. The heaviest rainfall is expected this afternoon and tonight. PLEASE NOTE: It is possible that, due to expected widespread showers and thunderstorms in Texas and Louisiana, the rain may not be as heavy as expected, as the storms down there could take much of the low level moisture needed for heavier rain in Arkansas. At this time, it does not appear that there will be a widespread flash flood threat. However, localized flash flooding is possible, particularly over the area where we are expecting the most rainfall. National Weather Service meteorologists will continue to monitor and adjust the forecast as necessary. People are encouraged to be weather aware today and tonight, and be prepared to take action if a watch or warning is issued for your area by your Arkansas NWS offices in Tulsa, Little Rock, Memphis, Shreveport and Jackson. Brian D. Smith Dylan Cooper National Weather Service Little Rock, Arkansas
T-Rex made an early appearance at PD today!! Cindy Ramey was the only brave soul to get close enough for a picture. He managed to keep Mayor Moudy and Barbara in another room and ran the nice State Auditor lady out of the building, but all in all had a nice visit! He smiles pretty and is fast for a big ole boy!!
Had lots of calls about Trick or Treating tonight or tomorrow. The City doesn’t endorse or set times about Halloween festivities. So what day or times Halloween occurs isn’t a city matter. With that said as far as we know Halloween will take place tomorrow as the calendar shows. We understand FBC Trunk or Treat will be held indoors if it’s raining. Be safe everyone!
Proud of our own Steven Ramirez!!
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED Tornado Warning National Weather Service Little Rock AR 643 PM CDT TUE OCT 9 2018 The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued a * Tornado Warning for... North central Perry County in central Arkansas... Southwestern Conway County in central Arkansas... East central Yell County in central Arkansas... South central Pope County in central Arkansas... * Until 715 PM CDT. * At 642 PM CDT, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Adona, or 11 miles west of Perryville, moving north at 30 mph. HAZARD...Tornado.
No current warnings, all have been cancelled
No alarm yet for Danville, we’re watching very closely. Very slow mover so far..
BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED Tornado Warning National Weather Service Little Rock AR 553 PM CDT TUE OCT 9 2018 The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued a * Tornado Warning for... West central Perry County in central Arkansas... South central Yell County in central Arkansas... * Until 645 PM CDT. * At 552 PM CDT, a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located 10 miles south of Plainview in Yell County, or 16 miles southeast of Danville, moving north at 35 mph. HAZARD...Tornado. SOURCE...Radar indicated rotation.
Western Arkansas has a Slight Risk of Severe Weather for this evening and tonight. A strong cold front will approach Arkansas over the next 24-36 hours. A risk of severe weather and some locally heavy rainfall will accompany the front, mainly across western portions of the state. What: Severe weather and locally heavy rainfall possible. When: Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning. Where: Primarily western Arkansas. Impacts: Damaging wind gusts of 60 mph or greater along with the threat for a few tornadoes. Rainfall up to 3 inches. Jeff Hood NWS Litttle Rock, AR
Special thanks to Mrs. Katelyn Hodges 1st Grade class at SC Tucker Elementary!!!! Check out these awesome pics! Thank you so much!!!
A ring was located and turned in, if you’re missing one, please contact us!
******BOLO****** Be on the lookout for the SUN Last seen around Thursday evening. If you have any information on it’s whereabouts, please let us know!!