Neodesha Police Department

  • Agency: Neodesha Police Department
  • Address: 108 S 4th St, Neodesha, 66757 KS
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Phone: 620-325-3031
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Neodesha Police Department is located at 108 S 4th St, Neodesha, 66757 KS. The Neodesha Police Department phone number is 620-325-3031.

Neodesha Police Department News

Don’t forget to set your clocks back and hour tonight!! Now is a good time to also change the batteries in your smoke detectors!!⏰

This dog was found on 75 Highway and Waterplant Road dragging his chain. If this is your dog please contact the Neodesha Police Department at 620-325-3031.

These female dogs were caught running in the street where 4th and 5th St come together next to the skate park. Both of them are friendly and have collars but no tag information. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219 If no owner is located both of these dogs will be placed up for adoption with the help of rescue groups in our area. All animals up for adoption are available to the first person able to complete the adoption process.

This little guy is missing. If found please contact the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 ext. 219. He will be wearing a black collar.

This female was called into to Animal Control. She was found at the skate park. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call the Neodesha Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no owner is located she will be placed up for adoption with rescues in our area.

This girl was called in to Animal Control as being inside Dollar General. She had no collar and no tags. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call that Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no owner is found she will be placed up for adoption with the help of rescues in our area. All animals up for adoption are available to the first person able to complete the adoption process.

This little guy was called in to Animal Control when a resident found him on their porch, in the area of Skyline Dr. He has no collar or tags. The reporting party did not recognize him as belonging to anyone nearby. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no owner is located he will be placed up for adoption with the help of rescues in our area. All animals up for adoption are available to the first person able to complete the adoption process.

**UPDATE** We were unable to make contact with a owner for either of these male dogs. If you are interested in meeting one or both of them please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no one adopts them they will be transferred to rescue group that was have partnered with.

This shy female lab was found in the 300 Block of N 6th. She was following a postal carrier. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please contact the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219 If no owner comes forward she will be placed up for adoption with the help of rescue groups in our area. All animals up for adoption are available to the first person able to complete the adoption process.

This playful female lab was found playing in a puddle in the 900 Block of Iowa with no collar and no tags. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please contact the Neodesha Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no owner is located she will be placed up for adoptions with the help of rescue groups in our area. All animals up for adoption are available to the first person able to complete the adoption process.

These dogs were found running at 7th and Ohio with no tags. The small dog was dragging a broken cable. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no one comes forward to claim them they will be placed up for adoption with the help of rescue groups in our area. All animals up for adoption are available to the first person able to complete the adoption process.

The Neodesha Animal Control is excited to say that we are now connected with the Wichita Animal Action League. Besides a large donation that they brought to us yesterday they also took these little ones with them to go to a waiting home.

No one came forward as the owner of these little pups. They are available if you are interested in meeting one or both of these playing puppies please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219 to have a chance to see them in person.

This male dog was picked up today in the 200 block of S. 8th St. If this is your dog or if you know who the dog is please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219.

These little pups were called in from Century Parkway. They were found hiding in a flower bed. One male, and one female. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no one claims them they will be placed up for adoption with the help with rescues in our area.

Happy 1st Day of School! Just a reminder to everyone that the speed limit in the school zones is 20 mph!

This young female dog was turned into Animal Control. She was found out on HWY 75 North of Neodesha. She appears to have been lost for some time. She had a large number of ticks removed from her and has a cut on her ear and back, possible from a barred wire fence. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no owner is located she will be placed out for adoption with the help of rescue groups in our area.

National Night Out 2018 *over 400 in attendance! *School supplies donated for teachers (3 boxes) Please know how much your generosity is appreciated, be it donations of door prizes, food items, or monetary as well as the MANY volunteers, participants and the COMMUNITY attendance! Your support and participation is what made for a WONDERFUL event this year! G & W, Porter Drug, USD 461, City of Neodesha, North Lawn Elementary and Denise Waggoner, Wildlife & Parks, NHS Cheerleaders, Wilson Medical Center, Get Fit 24/7, Morningstar Care Homes, Neodesha Family Dentistry, Newkirk Dennis & Buckles, Rotary Club, Lions Club, Masonic Lodge #94, Yard Birds, Subway, Sonic, Pizza Hut, Casey’s, Little Bear Convenience Store, SEK Primary Care, Bly’s Retail Liquor, State Farm, Mr. & Mrs. Harkey the Clown, Neodesha Police Dept., Neodesha Fire Dept., Kansas Highway Patrol, Neodesha Chamber of Commerce, Neodesha Recreation Commission, Neodesha Care & Rehab, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Gary & Melissa Larson, Sonder Salon, Chamber’s Jewelry, Matt’s Automotive, D&D Tire, El Tapatios, The Derrick, Angels Care Home Health, Wilson County Agency, Kansas 811, First Neodesha Bank, Neodesha Splash Zone, Sasnak, Shannon Urmacher and some awesome high school volunteers! Madison & Emily Tomlinson, Kylee & Ashton Marler, Callie Perry, Casey Doss, Maddux Johnson, Randall McKinnis, Emma Woodward, John Wallace, Sydney Songer, Ryliegh Dean, Jadin Reese, Julieona Erbe, Kylie Brooks, Blaine & Emma Cole, Ashlynn Holsinger, Bethany John

For Immediate Release Contact: Chief Sam Tomlinson Phone: 620-325-3031 E-mail: neodychief@cableone.net You Drink. You Drive. You Lose. Citizens are warned that during the period, August 16 through Labor Day, September 3, the Neodesha Police Department will join 150 other local and state police agencies across Kansas in a crackdown aimed at removing drunk and other drugged drivers from the roadways. You Drink. You Drive. You Lose., is underwritten by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT). During 2017, in Kansas, alcohol and other drugs were implicated in 40% of the crash deaths on Kansas roads. Over the course of the year, this equated to one person suffering death every two days, and at least 163 families receiving death notification visits, all due to drivers’ decisions to drive impaired. According to KDOT, over the past five years the average proportion of fatality crashes attributable to alcohol impairment, alone, is 23% - or almost one-fourth of all fatality crashes. The agency also reports that crashes involving at least one impaired driver are likely to be more severe than are other crashes. For example, the risk of serious injury in a chemical impairment crash is almost five times that of the crash where such impairment is determined to have not been a factor. More striking is the fact that the risk of death is over fifteen times higher in the case of an impairment crash. Clearly, impaired drivers need to be taken off the road, for their good and for the good of others sharing the road with them. According to Chief Sam Tomlinson this campaign is intended to remind drivers of several things: 1. If you’re going to drink while away, do it responsibly by looking ahead and lining up a designated driver before leaving your home. Don’t make the mistake of waiting until it’s time to return home to start asking around. Chances are, if you do that you’ll wind up with someone who might appear to be more sober than yourself, but isn’t sober enough. 2. Check your medications for driving warnings. More and more, in Kansas, DUI arrests are occurring during daytime hours, largely due to the side effects of prescription drugs. It’s not uncommon to find alcohol or illicit drugs present as well. 3. Think of a family you know – maybe your own – and consider how it would be to wake up every day to the memory of your decision to drive after drinking – a decision which unintentionally brought injury or death to one of them. If you’re driving impaired, you are not only more likely to crash, but you are much more likely to cause serious injury or death to yourself and others when you do crash. 4. A DUI arrest can cost you thousands and will result in the installation of an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. Imagine not being able to start your car without blowing into the interlock’s alcohol sensor several times during an afternoon’s errands. 5. We are asking all citizens on the roadways – drivers and passengers, alike – to watch for suspicious driving behaviors. Note location, a description of the suspect vehicle, and its direction of travel and call 911 as soon as it’s safe to do so. You may save a life. 6. You can count on this department to vigorously enforce impaired driving and other traffic laws, not just during this campaign but through the year. 7. Always remember that the best protection against an impaired driver (even when it’s yourself) is the use of seat belts and appropriate child restraints – every trip, every time. Restraints save lives and reduce injury severity across a wide range of driving mistakes and mishaps.

This friendly male dog was found around Jump Start in the 800 block of Main street with no collar and no tags. If you are the owner or know who the owner may be please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no owner is located he will be placed up for adoption with the help of rescue groups in our area. Thanks,

This older female dog was found in the 200 block of Bell street. We are being told she has been a stray for many years. If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call the Animal Control Officer at 620-325-2828 Ext 219. If no owner is located she will be placed up for adoption with the help of rescues in our area.