Marianna Police Department

  • Agency: Marianna Police Department
  • Address: 2890 Green St., Marianna, 32447 FL
  • Chief:
Phone: 850-526-3125

Marianna Police Department is located at 2890 Green St., Marianna, 32447 FL. The Marianna Police Department phone number is 850-526-3125.

Marianna Police Department News

The Marianna Police Department was able to obtain video footage of the two suspects at the time of the robbery. The Marianna Police Department asks that anyone having information in reference to the identity of these suspects, are urged to contact the Marianna Police Department at 850-526-3125 or Chipola Crimestoppers at 850-526-5000.

Security camera footage of the suspects in the armed robbery of the Subway Restaurant on Thursday, November 1, 2018. If you have any information please contact MPD at 850-526-3125 or Chipola Crimestoppers at 850-526-5000.

MPD and Chief Baggett had a very special visitor at the station today!! Makayla Kepler is a HUGE fan of law enforcement officers. Check out her FB page COPS ROCK AND HER IG page @the_copsrock_girl. The rock Makayla presented Chief Hayes Baggett was the 1095th rock she has given out. Thanks Makayla!!

Found by Red Cross on Nolan St. over the weekend. Call 850-526-3125 with any information on her owner

This shows how to separate debris into the right categories to be picked up.

Thank you to Ricky Miller and the whole Miller and Miller Team for the Darryl Worley concert at Madison Street Park tonight. What a great event to allow our community to take a break and relax while listening to great music!

Feel good story!!! Davie PD y’all are awesome!!!

We would like to thank all the officers who left their city and their families to come help our small department. Their help has been greatly appreciated!

Early Voting Starts Today. You May Vote At 3 Locations Only..Marianna(Supervisor of Elections Office), Sneads City Hall and the Graceville Civic Center. Voting hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm everyday until Monday, Nov 5th. Any Jackson County Registered Voter can vote at any of these locations. On Election Day,Tuesday Nov.6, Vote at the same locations from 7:00am - 7:00pm. All Vote by Mails ballots must turned into the Marianna location only and must turned in by 7:00pm Nov. 6.

Just got this message about ice: There is a semi load of free ice at the Baptist Church in Altha. Donated by Alabama Farmers Cooperative. 5000 bags.

Everything except water is gone. Please just stop by and pick up water if you need it.

Here is a graphic that shows what a homeowner is responsible for fixing and what the power company is responsible for when the power has been torn from your house. We thought this might be helpful information.

ALL GONE EXCEPT WATER. Tired of canned food? Want something fresh?? The City of Marianna Staff has fresh vegetables (great salad fixings) available right now at the corner of Green Street and Market Street (close to the Police Department). Please come get some while it lasts!!!

**UPDATES INCLUDED** Here is some information for City of Marianna Residents. - Courts in Jackson County will be closed through October 26th. - Schools in Jackson County will resume on October 29th. Teachers will return on October 26th. - Curfew is 11:00 pm until 5:00 am. - Boil Water Notice has been LIFTED, water is safe to drink. - There is a fire ban in place until further notice. Do not burn any yard debris. - Please be sure to turn off all electrical at the breaker box until power is restored and you are at home to ensure everything comes back on safely. - Report all Water, Sewer, and Gas leaks to 850-573-6346. - Waste Pro has begun garbage pickup. If your road is not passable for their trucks, please take your can to the closest place they can reach and they will pick it up. DO NOT put yard debris in the trash cans. - City Hall is not currently open to the public - DO NOT BE CONCERNED ABOUT UTILITY BILLS - NO LATE FEE WILL BE CHARGED AND THERE WILL NOT BE ANY CUT OFFS during this time. - Please put all storm debris as close to the roadway as possible without it actually being in the road. Removal will begin as soon as possible. Please have separate piles - one being vegetation (tree limbs, etc.) and the other pile being construction (shingles, wood, vinyl siding, etc.). Feel free to add useful information in the comments. Thank you to everyone for coming together as a community to face this disaster. Be kind to each other and be safe!

We have had several calls related to this post and there are NO major gas leaks. The gas department is working diligently during this time and we call them immediately with any reported gas leaks. Please share this post!!

During times like this there are people that want to take advantage. Please beware of any workers that contact you to clear roadways or do work on your homes. Do your homework and checkfor a license and references.

The storm has now past and the cleanup begins. Please remember to have patience as crews work to restore utilities and first responders work to check people and properties. Please do not sight see - stay off the roads so those working can do their job with out interruption or delay. Please do not take anything that is not yours and if you see someone acting suspicious call law enforcement immediately. Please lend each other a helping hand - our community has experienced great destruction but we are strong and together we can recover. #MariannaStrong

PLEASE DO NOT GET OUT ON THE ROADS - IT IS NOT SAFE!!! Please do not put yourself or first responders in harm’s way.

We here at MPD cannot stress enough to take this storm seriously. We are hours away from a major weather event. Make last minute preparations NOW. If you plan to evacuate the time to leave is NOW. If you plan to stay please secure items around your home NOW. Take care of Yourself, your Family, your Neighbors, and your PETS!! Please stay off the roads, but if you must travel and red lights are not working TREAT THEM AS A FOUR WAY STOP. We will be on duty throughout this storm and will respond as long as we can safely do so. PLEASE REMEMBER ALL THE FIRST RESPONDERS WHO WILL BE AWAY FROM THEIR FAMILIES AND IN HARM’S WAY IN ORDER TO PROTECT OUR COMMUNITY.

Thanks to Principal Allen and all the teachers and staff at Golson Elementary School for hosting Doughnuts for Dads this morning. MPD was honored to be invited and we all had a great time!

These are just a couple of the scarecrows that Lt. Beasley had the honor of judging yesterday for the Annual Scarecrow Contest held at Sunland. These scarecrows were created by some very talented Sunland employees and the decision was extremely hard!!

Doughnuts with Dad Day at Riverside Elementary School - thank you to Principal Franklin and all the teachers and staff for inviting MPD to participate!!!