Plano Police Department

  • Agency: Plano Police Department
  • Address: 111 E Main St, 9 E. North St., Plano, 60545 IL
  • Chief: Steven S Eaves (Chief of Police)
Phone: 630-552-3122

Plano Police Department is located at 111 E Main St, 9 E. North St., Plano, 60545 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven S Eaves. The Plano Police Department phone number is 630-552-3122.

Plano Police Department News

These three were found trick or treating without their owners and are now at Kendall County Animal Control. Please share to reunite.

UPDATE: Everyone that was evacuated may return home at this time. ORIGINAL: There is a gas main break at Prairie and Lew Street. Lew St from Church to Prairie is closed at this time. Please use alternate routes so Nicor and Plano Public Works can rectify the situation as soon as possible. Thank you.

The next neighborhood watch meeting will be Sat October 27th at 10:00am at the Plano Police Department. We will give a brief tour and discuss a few other topics on this date. Anyone is welcome to attend. Thank you.

Tomorrow will be the homecomming parade. Line up is at 9am and the parade begins sharply at 10am. The route is as follows: Plano High School South to Abe Street. Abe Street East to Hale Street. South on Hale Street to Main Street. West on Main Street to Ben Street. North on Ben Street back to Plano High School. We welcome all citizens to show up and enjoy the parade. If you are driving in the area please use caution as there will be a good amount of children and adults walking in the parade. Thanks for being cognizant of this fact.

The keys below were found at Foli Park. If you need to claim them please come to the Plano PD. Thank you.

Found at Emily G. Johns school. She has a pink collar and is now at animal control in Yorkville. 630-553-9256

The Plano Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying the female in these photos. If you should have information on who she is, please contact the Plano Police Department at 630-552-3122 or send us an instant message. As always, thanks for your cooperation.

The Plano Police Department has hired a probationary police officer to fill a vacancy in the department. Alejandro Lopez was sworn in on August 27th, 2018 and will be attending the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy on September 17th, 2018. Upon graduation, he will be paired with a field training officer for on the job training. Our other three recruits began their police training today at the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Training Academy. We look forward to having all four of these officers on our department and they are all excited to begin their careers in such a wonderful profession that will allow them to serve the citizens of Plano proudly.

On 08/17/18, Plano Police investigated a three vehicle accident at the intersection of Little Rock & Abe Street. A 1999 Volkswagen Beetle, driven by a female juvenile, was traveling southbound on Little Rock Rd. approaching Abe Street. A 2016 ford Escape, driven by Tamara Wig (55), of the 2800 block of North 4639th Rd., Sandwich, was traveling northbound on a little rock approaching Abe Street. A 2003 Nissan Ultima, driven by Tracy Lezon (44), of the 0-100 block of Stainfield, Plano, was stopped at the intersection of Abe Street and a Little Rock facing westbound. The Volkswagen failed to yield the right of way and began turning east bound (left) onto Abe Street. The Ford struck the Volkswagen in the front passenger side area with its front bumper. The force of the impact caused both vehicles to hit the Nissan. The female juvenile, a female passenger in the Volkswagen and Tamara Wig were transported to Copley Hospital by Little Rock-Fox Paramedics for minor injuries. Female Juvenile was issued a citation for Failure to Yield - Turning Left. The female juvenile has a court date of 09/12/18 at the Kendall County Courthouse.

Yesterday some great kids dropped off treats for our officers. Thank you so much for taking the time to stop in and say hello. We love meeting children in our community!

Tomorrow the school year begins for students in Plano. We would like to take the time to wish students and educators a happy and successful school year. As you are traveling in the mornings and afternoons, please be cognizant that students are walking and riding to and from school. Our ultimate goal is to ensure the children in Plano are safe so please do your part and slow down and be aware so that we can ensure every student arrives safely at school. Thank you!

UPDATE: Myrna has been found safe in Missouri and will be reunited with family soon. Thank you to all that provided tips!! The Plano Police Dept. is looking to locate Myrna Hupach. Myrna went to breakfast this morning and did not return home as of yet. Myrna drives a red 2000 Dodge van and was last seen at Star 34 Restaurant in Sandwich. Myrna may be possibly confused as to her whereabouts. If you know where Myrna is please contact any law enforcement agency or the Plano PD at 630-552-3121. Thank you.

The Plano Police Department has hired three probationary police officers to fill vacancies in the department. Luis C. Arreola, Brandon R. Miller, and Nayelli Perez were sworn in on July 30th, 2018 and will be attending the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Training Academy on August 27th, 2018 for 16 weeks. Upon graduation, all three will be paired with a field training officer for on the job training. Recruit Arreola grew up in Cicero, Illinois and graduated from Morton East High School. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences from East-West University. Recruit Miller grew up in Plano, Illinois and graduated from Plano High School. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Aurora University. Recruit Perez grew up in Aurora, Illinois and graduated from East Aurora High School. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Aurora University. Welcome aboard! (In Picture from L to R) Chief Jonathan Whowell, Brandon R. Miller, Nayelli Perez, Luis C. Arreola, Mayor Robert Hausler, Sergeant Shawn Barks and Lieutenant Norman Allison

Plano police responded to the area of the 1000 block of West RT 34 for a vehicle fire. Police found that the driver of the 1997 Dodge pickup truck stated that he was west bound RT 34 when he started to see smoke coming from his vehicle. He stopped the vehicle and checked it to find that the vehicle was on fire. Little Rock Fox Fire Department responded and was able to extinguish the fire.

It is July and we are over the half way point until one of our favorite events of the year, Shop with a Cop. If you would like to make a donation to this year's event, please come down to the Plano Police Department. Your donation can remain anonymous if you would like. This event is funded by donations from businesses, grants, and citizens so any assistance will be greatly appreciated. We love giving back to the children in our community and this is a small way to make a child's Christmas much brighter! We like to start early to ensure the event is fully funded for the children. Thanks for any help you can provide.

Good morning. We hope you have a great day to finish out the weekend.

Public Service Announcement: We have received numerous calls for burglaries to motor vehicles in the last few days. Entry has been gained in all of the cases where the car doors were left unlocked. To assist in prevention efforts please ensure you lock your car door. If you see suspicious activity please do not hesitate to report it. Thank you!

Please share to anyone who may be interested in working as a part time police officer with the Plano Police Department.

Public Information: It has been reported that numerous motorists are speeding on U.S. Rt 34 and in the area of Andrew/Ashley in Plano. Please slow down so that we can avoid traffic accidents and that everyone can get where they need to in a safe manner. Thank you!

Public Service Announcement: This time of year draws families together to enjoy summer activities, especially those geared around the 4th of July. At the Plano Police Department, we want everyone to have a safe and enjoyable summer holiday season but it is our duty to remind everyone that we must take a strong stance on the illegal possession and use of fireworks. Please see the City of Plano ordinance below. The fine if found liable in adjudication court is $250.00. Please respect little children, your neighbors, those suffering from PTSD, and pets during this time of year. Please pay special attention to C2 which states lessees or property owners may be responsible for other's actions if fireworks debris is located on the property. Fireworks Prohibited: It shall be unlawful for any person to sell, keep, expose for sale, loan or give away any 1.3G fireworks, consumer fireworks, or display fireworks, anywhere in the city. (Ord. 2015-8, 3-23-2015) C. Possession Of Fireworks: 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to possess or to discharge anywhere in the city any 1.3G fireworks, consumer fireworks, or display fireworks. It shall be noted that some 1.4G fireworks are acceptable if the appropriate criteria is met by those in possession of the fireworks. 2. For purposes of enforcing this chapter, evidence of fireworks paraphernalia or other fireworks related debris which is found on the property shall be conclusive evidence that the activities set forth in this chapter have occurred and the property owner and/or lessee of such property shall be deemed responsible for such activities and may be subject to the penalties set forth in this chapter. (Ord. 2016-37, 12-12-2016)

This young lady was found roaming the streets of Plano in the area of 600 block of Keller Street. She is now located at Animal Control and Yorkville. We are hoping that she will be reunited with her family.

Lately we have been receiving reports of criminal activity and traffic violations through Facebook. The Plano Police Department would like to remind everyone that we do not take reports through social media. Our Facebook account is not monitored 24/7 and therefore cannot be used for reporting purposes. Please save our non-emergency number to your phone for these situations. To be connected with a dispatcher in a non-emergency situation use 630-552-3121. As always, in any emergency please dial 911. #14