Mooresville Police Department

  • Agency: Mooresville Police Department
  • Address: 104 W Main St, Mooresville, 46158 IN
  • Chief: Timothy C Viles (Chief of police)
Phone: 317-831-3434
Fax: (317) 831-6056

Mooresville Police Department is located at 104 W Main St, Mooresville, 46158 IN. The Chief of police of the department is Timothy C Viles. The Mooresville Police Department phone number is 317-831-3434.

Mooresville Police Department News

The Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department would like to remind citizens of the below statement issued by the Morgan County Sheriff's Office earlier this month. Over the past week, Mooresville Officers have taken several reports of the same telephone scam in which the unknown callers spoofed our Police Department's telephone number which makes it appear as an incoming call from our department. The unknown callers also identified themselves as Officer and/or Deputy using the last names of some of our officers. The unknown callers also threaten to have you arrested if you do not send money to them via a money gram, pre-paid credit card, cash payment, or other monetary device. Please do not fall victim to this scam and spread the word to your parents, grandparents, neighbors, and friends.

***************************************UPDATED******************************* Photographs of the suspect have been added. The suspect is believed to be a slender to medium build male over 6 feet tall with shoulder length hair and/or a pony tail. ********************************************************************************* The Mooresville Police Department is seeking information on the depicted vehicle/trailer and its owner/operator in reference to a Theft of lawn mowers that occurred at Haltom Equipment (199 SR 67 S) at approximately 6:15 AM on Monday, May 14, 2018. The vehicle is believed to be a silver, regular cab, Ford F-150 pickup truck with damage to the driver and passenger bedsides. The driver’s bedside also appears to be partially painted black. The truck was pulling a tandem axle utility trailer with a loading ramp on the front passenger side and a loading ramp on the rear. Anyone with information regarding this Vehicle and/or Theft is asked to contact the Mooresville Police Department's Investigations Division at 317-831-3434 ext. 6 or CRIME STOPPERS at 317-262-TIPS (8477).

It is Prom Weekend and Mooresville Officers will be out in full force to keep our students/families safe. Parent involvement is the most vital piece in preventing what is meant to be a night full of positive memories from turning into a potentially life-changing tragic event. The following are some important prom safety tips: Five tips for parents: ~ Ask your teen for a detailed itinerary for prom night, including venues, times and contact numbers. Make sure you know all the details of the plan. ~ Talk to your teen about the serious dangers and consequences of underage drinking and driving. ~ Discuss with your teen how to handle difficult situations, such as being offered a ride by an intoxicated driver, being offered alcohol or drugs, or being pressured to have sex. ~ Do not rent hotel rooms for teens. ~ Establish a curfew and know the pre- and post-prom parties, and ensure that appropriate parental supervision will be present. Five Tips for Teens: ~ Alcohol is illegal for persons under the age of 21. Underage drinking can result in arrest, injury, or death. ~ Trust your instincts. If you feel endangered or uncomfortable, leave immediately. ~ Remember to charge your cell phone and keep it with you, but never text while driving. ~ Discuss your plans with your friends; remind each other about responsible decision-making and confronting peer pressure. ~ Inform your parent or guardian of your prom plans for the evening and provide contact information. Remember to contact them if your plans change.

The Mooresville Police Department is seeking the identities of the two depicted male subjects for leads in a Theft investigation. Anyone with information on who these individuals are may contact Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS or the Mooresville Police Detectives Office at 317-831-3434 ext 6. Tips can be kept anonymous. We do understand that the images are poor quality, however, they are the best that we have at this time.

The Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department would like to congratulate the Morgan County Pro Active Criminal Enforcement Team (PACE Team) on receiving the 2018 Local Drug Free Communities Outstanding Grantee Award from the Morgan County Substance Abuse Council (MSAC). The Morgan County PACE Team consists of officers from the Morgan County Sheriff's Office and the Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department. The following Mooresville Officers are members of the PACE Team: Sgt. Jeff Cook, K-9 Officer/Sgt. Chris Hester, and K-9 Officer Mark Bailey. Since the inception of the Morgan County PACE Team in July of 2017, they have conducted over 455 traffic stops. The traffic stops resulted in 57 criminal arrests being made with significant seizures of 31,000 vials of THC Oil, a credit card skimming device, $10,132.00 in cash, two firearms, a stolen vehicle, a vehicle with an altered VIN, approximately 80 grams of Methamphetamine, and an undetermined amount of Marijuana.

The Mooresville Police Department is seeking information on the depicted vehicle/trailer and its owner/operator in reference to a theft that occurred on S Park Drive at approximately 12:45 AM on Thursday, March 29, 2018. The vehicle is believed to be a newer model, white, Ford, heavy duty, crew cab, flatbed pickup truck with tool boxes lining the bed. The vehicle also has a push bumper and/or winch attached to the front. Anyone with information regarding this Vehicle and/or Theft is asked to contact the Mooresville Police Department's Investigations Division at 317-831-3434 ext. 6 or CRIME STOPPERS at 317-262-TIPS(8477).

On Monday, April 9, 2018 at approximately 8:00 AM, Mooresville Police Lt. Rogers responded to Greg Hubler Chevrolet located at 13895 State Road 67 N on a Theft report. Upon Lt. Roger's arrival, it was determined that two unknown believed to be male suspects(s) stole the wheels/tires off of a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck at approximately 5:15 AM on this same date. The unknown suspect(s) fled the area in the depicted early 2000's, white, extended cab, Dodge Dakota pickup truck with visible damage to it's front bumper. The set (4) of stolen wheels are described as being Chrome factory twenty (20) inch Chevrolet wheels with Goodyear P275/55R20 Wrangler tires mounted on them. Anyone with information about this Theft and/or Suspect(s) is asked to contact the Mooresville Police Department's Investigations Division at 317-831-3434 ext. 6 or CRIME STOPPERS at 317-262-TIPS(8477).

The Town of Mooresville has three roads that currently have water running across them. They are the 800 block of Samuel Moore Parkway, Bridge St E of Indianapolis Rd and the 600-700 block of Old State Road 267. Please use caution when driving through these areas.

The Mooresville Police Department is seeking the identity of the male subjects depicted below for leads in a Theft investigation. Anyone with information about this Theft and/or Suspect(s) is asked to contact Detective Kays at 317-831-3434 ext. 6 or CRIME STOPPERS at 317-262-TIPS(8477). Tips may be kept anonymous.

**********************************UPDATE****************************************** This suspect has been identified as Dana E. Bailey, age 55, of North Vernon, Indiana. Criminal charges have been filed and Mr. Bailey now has an active warrant for his arrest issued by Morgan County Superior Court 1. Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Mr. Bailey should contact the Mooresville Police Department at 317-831-3434 or your Local Law Enforcement Department. Do not approach Mr. Bailey or take any police action yourself. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. ************************************************************************************** On the evening of January 25, 2018 an unknown male driving a white van was able to break into several automated money dispensers at two Mooresville car washes. The unknown male was able to get several hundred dollars in change. Anyone with information on who this subject is can contact the Mooresville Police Department Detectives at 317-831-3434 ext 6 or call Crime Stoppers at 317-262- TIPS (8477). Tips can remain anonymous.

On Saturday, November 25, 2017 at approximately 10:00 AM Mooresville Officers responded to Greg Hubler Chevrolet located at 13895 State Road 67 N on a Theft report. Upon officers arrival, it was determined that two unknown male suspects(s) stole the wheels/tires off of two new Chevrolet Silverado pickup trucks at approximately 04:15 AM on the same date. The unknown male suspect(s) fled the area in the depicted newer model, silver, 4x4, crew cab Ford pickup. One of the suspects is believed to have a slight limp. Anyone with information about this Theft and/or Suspect(s) is asked to contact the Mooresville Police Department's Investigations Division at 317-831-3434 ext. 6 or CRIME STOPPERS at 317-262-TIPS(8477).

The Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department would like to remind everyone of a few safety tips to observe ruing this year's Halloween Trick-or-Treat times, which are from the hours of 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM tonight, October 31st. 1. If you are driving, please make sure you do so with caution by driving under the posted speed limit during trick or treat hours. 2. Avoid talking on the cell phone or other distracting activities. 3. Drive with your headlights on even during the daylight hours so your vehicle is more visible to children. 4. Wear bright and lightly colored costumes that are easier to see. 5. Put reflective tape on costumes, shoes and treat bags. Always carry a flashlight. 6. Wear a disguise that allows you to see where you are going. Try make-up or face paint rather than masks. 7. Make sure older children trick-or-treat with friends. Map out a safe route so parents will know where they will be. 8. Remind children to only go to houses of people they know and the outside lights are on. 9. Remind children to not enter the houses or cars of strangers. 10. Remind children not to eat any treats until they get home and mom/dad have checked them. We hope everyone has a very safe and Happy Halloween!!

The Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department is currently accepting applications for our communications department. We currently have (1) one full-time position and (2) two part-time dispatch positions available. The full-time position is on our evening shift, 3p-11p, with Tuesday and Wednesday off. The part-time shifts are 4p-10p and 10p-4a, and are available 7 days a week. Applications are being accepted until Friday, October 27, 2017 at 4:00 PM for the full time position. Applications for the part-time positions will be accepted until December 31,2017. Applications can be picked up at the Mooresville Police Department, 104 W Main St, Mooresville or you can request one via email. If you have any questions or to request an application, contact Amanda Carnell at acarnell@pd.mooresville.in.gov.

The Mooresville Police Department responded to Blueberry Hill Pancake House (460 N Town Center Rd) on August 21, 2017 and again on October 3, 2017 on the report of a Burglary. Evidence was collected from the scene. On October 11, 2017, Mooresville Officers executed search warrants on a local apartment and on the suspects vehicle. Evidence was discovered and collected at these locations during the execution of the search warrants that linked the suspect to the Burglaries. The suspect was apprehended and booked into the Morgan County Jail on two counts of Burglary and Theft. As always, the suspect is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

The Mooresville Police Department is seeking the identity of this male for leads in a Theft, Credit Card Fraud investigation. Anyone with information on who this person is may contact Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS or the Mooresville Police Detectives Office at 317-831-3434 ext 6. Tips can be kept anonymous.

The Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department would like to express their thanks for the free lunch today provided by one citizen of Mooresville. We would also like to thank the Springs of Mooresville for the free breakfast yesterday.

We want to announce that you may now choose to forward important Crime & Safety messages with the Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department via Nextdoor. We want to be very clear that this is NOT a tool to report emergencies or file an official crime report. It's very important that you call 9-1-1 in the case of an emergency. You can learn more about forwarding crime and safety messages to us in this help article (https://help.nextdoor.com/customer/en/po...) As always, we cannot view any content that you do not choose to directly forward to the Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department. We cannot see the posts and replies that are made in your neighborhood.

Hello, The Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department is excited to let you know that we have joined Nextdoor to share information and updates that have a direct impact on your neighborhood. Let me assure you that your Nextdoor neighborhood conversation remains private to you and your neighbors; we will only be able to see your replies to our posts, and private messages that you send directly to us. If you have an emergency, please continue to contact us directly @ 317-831-3434 or 911. We cannot ensure a timely response to Nextdoor requests. If you would like to join Nextdoor or follow our agency, please click on the link below. We look forward to connecting with you on Nextdoor to build stronger, safer neighborhoods throughout the Town of Mooresville​. Respectfully, Chief Richard Allen

In the early morning hours of May 24, 2017, Mooresville Police responded to the Grandview Subdivision on a report of an intruder inside a home. Officers arrived and spoke with the complainant who advised she heard a noise and found an unidentified male in her laundry room. The male then left the residence and ran away. Officers found evidence the male suspect left behind and then started taking reports of multiple vehicles that had been broken into nearby. Later in the day, Mooresville Officers were able to locate a person of interest. Contact was made and the subject confessed to entering our victims home and to breaking into several vehicles. Search warrants were served on the subjects residence which did also contain evidence of the crimes. This suspect in now in custody at the Morgan County Jail. A big thank you to the citizens of Mooresville for assisting in this investigation. We had residents of Grandview provide us with video surveillance of the suspect walking around the area at the time of the theft. We strongly believe in the, "See something, say something," philosophy. We cannot do our job effectively without the support and knowledge of you, our citizens. *All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.*

Update: Mia has been found and returned to her owner/residence. Thank you for everyone that shared this messaged. The Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department received a report of a missing dog. The dog is a white Labordoodle with a yellow leash named Mia. Mia was last seen in the area of E Washington St and Maple Lane. She is the size of a lab but has curly hair like a Poodle. Mia's collar has a South Carolina address on it. If she is located, please contact Charrie Smith at 317-965-1056 or the Mooresville Police Department at 317-831-3434.

The Mooresville Metropolitan Police Department received a report of a missing dog. The dog is a white Labordoodle with a yellow leash named Mia. Mia was last seen in the area of E Washington St and Maple Lane. She is the size of a lab but has curly hair like a Poodle. Mia's collar has a South Carolina address on it. If she is located, please contact Charrie Smith at 317-965-1056 or the Mooresville Police Department at 317-831-3434.

We have received many complaints about a post on a popular Facebook buy/sale/trade page. We investigated this matter and talked with the parties involved. This is still under investigation. All parties are innocent until proven guilty.