Mascoutah Police Department

  • Agency: Mascoutah Police Department
  • Address: 3 West Main Street, Mascoutah, 62258 IL
  • Chief: Bruce Fleshren (Chief of Police)
Phone: (618) 566-2255
Fax: (618) 566-2981
Email:

Mascoutah Police Department is located at 3 West Main Street, Mascoutah, 62258 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Bruce Fleshren. The Mascoutah Police Department phone number is (618) 566-2255.

Mascoutah Police Department News

The Mascoutah PD was proud to promote two officers, and swear in a new officer, during the City Council meeting on Monday. Officer Matt Steinkamp was promoted from Sergeant to Lieutenant. Officer Kyle Donovan was promoted from Patrolman to Sergeant. Officer Tony Bumpers was sworn in as a probationary patrolman. He recently retired from the Alton Police Department after 20 years of service. Congratulations to all three officers. We wish you continued success in your career. Pictured from left to right: Sergeant Donovan, Lieutenant Steinkamp, Patrolman Bumpers, Chief Waldrup.

The Mascoutah Police Department would like to offer our condolences to the family and fellow officers of Officer Ricardo Davis of the Washington Park Police Department. Officer Davis was killed in the line of duty while pursuing two suspects on foot. Officer Davis fell from the Poplar Street Bridge and succumbed to his injuries shortly after. Please keep the people close to him in your thoughts and prayers. End of Watch: 10/27/18 We have it from here brother. Rest In Peace.

The “Chili Dawg Dawson Memorial Fund” made a $2,500 donation to the Mascoutah K-9 program during the Mascoutah Fall Fest last weekend. Pictured are: (L-R) Mascoutah Police Officers McKenzie Sirtak and Joel Veres, Wally Battas, Mascoutah Police Chief Scott Waldrup and St. Clair County Board member Kevin Dawson. For more information about the Mascoutah K-9 Program, their dog Axel, or if you would like to make a contribution, please contact the Mascoutah Police Department at 566- 2976, ext. 110. HERALD

DONATION - Matt Schroeder (right), president of the Mascoutah Noon Day Lions Club, presented Mascoutah Police Chief Scott Waldrup (left) with a $250 donation towards the new K-9 program. The Mascoutah Police Department’s newest K-9 officer Axel is currently at a training academy with his handler, Officer Joel Veres. Submitted photo

Hero Run / Brat Fest Saturday, November 10th & Sunday, November 11th https://www.mascoutah.org/home/events/38453

Come visit us at the Mascoutah Fall Fest! Selling t-shirts and hoodies to support the Mascoutah K-9 program!

Around 2230 hours on Tuesday, 10/9/18, the Mascoutah Police Department was dispatched to the 1100 block of Hunters Trail in reference to a robbery. The suspect was described as a: Black male Estimated 18-20 years of age Approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall Approximately 160 pounds Wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and dark pants Possibly armed. The suspect was on foot and believed to have walked southbound on Hunters Trail to Mallard Drive. Then he continued eastbound out of sight on Mallard Drive. The Mascoutah Police Department is requesting all residents in the area to check their video surveillance systems for the suspect, or any suspicious vehicles, between 2100-2330 hours. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Jared Lambert at (618) 566-2976.

Thank you to O’Fallon and Lebanon for assisting our departments during this time!

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The citizens of Mascoutah are holding a candlelight vigil tonight @ 7 pm for Lt. Kevin McGinnis in parking lot across from City Hall. The public is invited to attend to provide support to the local law enforcement agency and family of Lt. McGinnis.

It is with sad hearts that the Mascoutah Police Department is recovering from the passing of Lt. Kevin McGinnis. Lt. McGinnis passed away at his residence yesterday evening, September 29, 2018. Please keep Kevin’s family, friends and co-workers in your prayers. Chief Scott Waldrup Mascoutah Police Department

Registration is now open for the 2018 Mascoutah 5K & Kid's 500-yard dash! October 20th at 8:30 a.m. Starts at Scheve Park. . This is a joint effort between the City of Mascoutah and the Scott Air Force Ball Committee (a private organization dedicated to preserving Air Force heritage). . Proceeds will go to Mascoutah's K-9 program and the Air Force Ball committee for next year's program. Remember to bring in a few non-perishables to the run so we can help Mascoutah's food pantry and receive an extra ticket for the participation prizes! . Sign up online: https://register.chronotrack.com/r/43168

On October 3rd at 1:18 p.m. most wireless phones will receive a message through the Wireless Emergency Alert System (WEA). No action is needed, as this is only a test of the nation's emergency communications infrastructure. . An EAS message will appear on television at 1:20 p.m. to complete this first-ever joint test of the Emergency Warning System. . Learn more: www.ready.illinois.gov

https://www.mascoutah.org/home/news/2nd-annual-national-night-out-celebration

On 8/30/18, The Mascoutah Police Department was contacted in reference to two vehicle burglaries at Scheve Park around 6:00PM. Both vehicles had the windows broken out. The subject in the image is a person of interest in the investigation. Anyone with information on the identity of this subject is asked to call Det. Jared Lambert of the Mascoutah Police Department at 618 566-2976. Please remember to hide any valuables out of sight from someone walking past your vehicle. Report any suspicious activity to the police.

Be sure to join us tonight for the National Night Out planning meeting. Meeting starts at 6 p.m. and will be held at City Hall.

2nd Annual National Night Out Celebration ***UPDATE - The National Night Out planning meeting has been rescheduled for Thursday, August 30th at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Please plan to attend if you are interested in having a block party in your neighborhood. Thanks!*** Dear Residents, The City of Mascoutah Police Department has started planning its 2nd Annual National Night Out Celebration. Annually, over 15,000 communities across the United States join forces and celebrate National Night Out. A nation-wide attendance of 37 million people from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military based world-wide will come together in an effort to promote a Police Community Partnership through crime, drug and violence awareness prevention and neighborhood unity. National Night Out is celebrated each year on either the first Tuesday of August or the first Tuesday of October. Last year was our 1st Annual National Night Out Celebration and it was a HUGE success! This year, we will be trying something different. The 2nd Annual National Night Out will be held on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in your neighborhoods. We are inviting residents to host their own block parties and spend the evening outside with their neighbors, which helps to strengthen your relationships with each other in the spirit of creating safer neighborhoods. The parties can be as simple as inviting neighbors to bring over a chair and a potluck dish and sit in the front yard. It may be a more elaborate one with a street closure, organized activities, or an event in a park. The police officers, EMS paramedics and firefighters will visit the block parties throughout the night. To make your block party official, you will need to register with the City. The benefits of registration include the ability to request noise variances, street closures, party ideas and more. Registration will also let the public safety officials know which neighborhoods to visit during the evening. The City will publicize the National Night Out and publicize your party through the City’s website, Facebook page, and Mascoutah Herald. The City will be having a planning meeting on Thursday, August 30th at 6 p.m. at City Hall to discuss registration and ideas for your block party. Please plan to attend. So start talking to your neighbors and start planning! Watch the Mascoutah Herald and the City’s website for more information. Sincerely, Scott Waldrup Police Chief

This friendly boy was found running loose near the Nite Deposit Tavern tonight around 8PM. He is currently with other tavern patrons, enjoying social hour. If this is your dog, please contact the Nite Deposit Manager directly at (618) 791-2988.

The National Night Out planning meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 9th at 6 p.m. has been cancelled at this time. We will be rescheduling it before the end of August so please stay tuned. Thanks!

Mascoutah Police Introduces New K9 Officer The Mascoutah Police Department is proud to introduce our newest addition who arrived yesterday, K9 Axel. Axel is a two-year old male Belgium Malinois/Shepherd. Axel and his handler, Officer Kyle Donovan, are scheduled for several months of training before Axel will go on patrol. Please help us welcome Axel to Mascoutah.