Kill Devil Hills Police Department

  • Agency: Kill Devil Hills Police Department
  • Address: 102 Town Hall Drive, Kill Devil Hills, 27948 NC
  • Chief: Gary Britt (Chief of Police)
Phone: 252-449-5337
Fax: 252-441-8281

Kill Devil Hills Police Department is located at 102 Town Hall Drive, Kill Devil Hills, 27948 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is Gary Britt. The Kill Devil Hills Police Department phone number is 252-449-5337.

Kill Devil Hills Police Department News

On 10/30/18 Officer Charlton was invited to speak with Kill Devil Hills Cub Scout Pack #116. Pack #116 was focusing on "community heroes" and as such asked Officer Charlton to talk about the different things police officers do in the community. Pack leaders stated that too often Police Officers are only viewed "behind the wheel" and they wanted the pack to see them as leaders in the community. Charlton talked about the many functions of Police Officers and how "we all work together to build a better and safer community".

We are excited to be participating in Dare County Toys for Tots this year. We will be taking donations at the Kill Devil Hills Police Department and Fire Department. We will also be at several events around town. Come out and see us!

#PurpleThursday.

UPDATE: The iPhone has been returned to its rightful owner.. Thanks for spreading the word. A white iPhone in an orange case was found at Aviation Park (near First Flight High School) and turned into us. It is locked. If you can unlock it it probably belongs to you.

Scenes from the last Ice Cream Social. Great turnout and appreciate everyone who came to our Town's annual social event.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Outer Banks Hotline advocates are available 24/7 to provide support and information to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Call the confidential Hotline at 252-473-3366.

Join us tonight at the Ice Cream Social! The Police Department will have a table set up with Halloween crafts and safety tips. We will also have a patrol car on hand to check out. See you tonight!

Thank you to everyone who donated items to be taken to Pamlico and Onslow counties for hurricane relief. Kill Devil Hills Sgt. Haner and Dare county dispatcher Mellot helped organize and are transporting items. Also, thank you to the Town of Southern Shores for helping organize items!

Come join us for a Community Watch meeting. This bike will be given away in a drawing at the end of the meeting. Grab a friend and come learn about what's been going on in your community.

During the period of mandatory evacuation, please note that our officers will be extremely active in the residential and business areas of Kill Devil Hills. People moving through these areas at night may be approached and questioned about their activity and intentions. Extra officers will be on duty to help protect persons and property. Our officers are doing this to help safeguard your homes and property. Thank you.

In anticipation of the question (in light of other recent posts) we know this individual is not connected to the Burger King breaking and entering. We are looking into other possibilities... KDH POLICE ARREST B&E SUSPECT AFTER EARLY MORNING PURSUIT A 17-year-old male has been arrested for multiple vehicle break-ins including the theft from a donation box. At 4:24 a.m., a resident in the 1100 block of North Virginia Dare Trail heard the noise of car doors being opened in their driveway. The resident observed a male in a skull-faced mask entering vehicles parked in the driveway of the residence. The resident called 911 and confronted the individual who fled on a bike. A Kill Devil Hills officer responding to the 911 call spotted the suspect few minutes later; the suspect ditched his bicycle and fled on foot into the neighborhoods. Officers from Dare County Sheriff’s Office, Nags Head Police Department and Kitty Hawk Police Department converged on the area and helped establish a perimeter. Coincidentally, the suspect was again spotted running through the neighborhood by the original 911 caller. The caller helped direct police to the suspect who was then apprehended. The pursuit and search for the male suspect lasted approximately 30 minutes and covered the area between Tanya Drive and Landing Drive. The suspect admitted to attempting to enter more than two dozen cars and was successful in gaining entry to seven unlocked vehicles. Approximately $200 in cash was recovered from the suspect. Later in the morning, employees at the Kill Devil Hills Dairy Queen discovered the Children’s Miracle Network donation box at their store had been broken into. Video from the store’s security cameras revealed that the suspect in this incident was the same as the male from the vehicle breaking and entering events. Our agency would like to thank the Nags Head PD, Kitty Hawk PD and Dare County Sheriff’s Office for their quick assistance and invaluable help. We would particularly like to thank the 911 caller who played a vital role in the capture of this suspect. The suspect was placed under bond at the Dare County Detention Center. In North Carolina, persons over the age of 16 can be charged as an adult for criminal offenses; however, they are still considered a minor until the age of 18. Therefore, information about the suspect, including a photo, is not being released.

Anything you can do to help would be appreciated...

NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILL VACANCY ON THE KILL DEVIL HILLS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED Applications are now being accepted from persons interested in being considered for appointment to the open seat on the Kill Devil Hills Board of Commissioners. Applications for consideration will be accepted by the Town Clerk until 5:00 p.m. on September 17, 2018. Potential candidates must complete an application in order to be considered; all applicants may include a resume with the completed application. Paper applications may be obtained: at the Office of the Town Clerk, 102 Town Hall Drive, off Colington Road; at the Kill Devil Hills Branch of the Dare County Library, 400 Mustian Street. Electronic applications may be obtained at www.kdhnc.com/438/News, and through the Town of Kill Devil Hills Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/townofkdh. The application may be downloaded from the website to your computer and completed as a PDF form. You must then print the application and sign it and submit it to the Town Clerk. In order to be considered completed applications and supplementary materials must be submitted to the Kill Devil Hills Town Clerk by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, September 17, 2018. The application may be: Mailed to: KDH Town Clerk, P.O. Box 1719, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948; or Delivered to: KDH Town Clerk's Office, 102 Town Hall Drive, off Colington Road; or Scanned and e-mailed to: mary@kdhnc.com If you have any questions about this appointment, application, or overall process, please contact Mary E. Quidley, Town Clerk, Town of Kill Devil Hills, 252-449-5302, or by e-mail to: mary@kdhnc.com. Posted this 31st day of August 2018. Mary E. Quidley Town Clerk

The Kill Devil Hills Police Department welcomes our newest officer, Gage McDonald, to the agency. Det. McDonald was sworn in today in a small ceremony attended by his family and members of the Department. Congratulations Det. McDonald!

We are pleased to present our Police Lip Sync Challenge Video! The theme of the Kill Devil Hills Police Lip Sync Video Challenge is how the community we serve supports us! In ways big and small the citizens of Kill Devil Hills help us do our job every day and for that we are grateful. To that end, "Put a Little Love in Your Heart" (the Dolly Parton version) seemed like a fitting song. Special thanks to: Jon Levy and the staff of Rooster's Southern Kitchen, Carol Ann and the Jolly Roger Restaurant, Max Media of the Carolinas and Lowes of Kill Devil Hills. The group portions of Kill Devil Hills Police Department Lip Sync Video Challenge were recorded during National Night Out. We would like to thank everybody who showed up to participate.

Many thanks to everyone who came out to make National Night Out and our Lip Sync Challenge a success. The Kill Devil Hills community did itself proud once again. We'll have the final video ready in a week or so, schedules permitting.