Greenville Police Department

  • Agency: Greenville Police Department
  • Address: 200 Court St., Greenville, 42345 KY
  • Chief:
Phone: 270-338-3133
Fax: 270-338-3152

Greenville Police Department is located at 200 Court St., Greenville, 42345 KY. The Greenville Police Department phone number is 270-338-3133.

Greenville Police Department News

Greenville Police Department recently received a donation to purchase equipment. The Green River Mustangs held a fundraiser for their Fall Donation Drive on October 13, 2018 in front of the Muhlenberg County Courthouse. They raised $700 for Greenville Police Department. This money will go toward the purchase of a Taser. We are so thankful for the efforts and support from the Green River Mustangs. We strive to serve and protect our community to the best of our ability. Knowing members of the community like the Green River Mustangs are taking time out of their day to show support for law enforcement is truly inspiring.

The Greenville Police Dept and The Muhlenberg County Sheriff’s Office have implemented a designated area for safe exchanges. The area is located behind the Judicial Building on Court Street in Greenville. The exchange area is clearly marked and is to be used for child custody exchange and internet purchase exchanges. Greenville P.D. Public Information Officer Wes Miller, Greenville P.D. Chief Darren Harvey and Sheriff Curtis McGehee discussed the design and layout before presenting the idea to Muhlenberg County Fiscal Court and the Greenville City Council. Both the council and court were completely supportive of the project. In addition to being clearly marked the area is under 24 hour video surveillance and is now available for use.

The Greenville Police Department and Greenville Fire Department had the privilege of getting a visit from the Greenville Elementary Kindergarten classes this morning. We enjoyed their visit and had a great time. They were a great bunch of kids. These kids were led by a great bunch of teachers and volunteers. Thanks again for allowing us the time to spend with these children.

(9/13/18) TRAFFIC ADVISORY- On Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 5:00 am to approximately 5:00 pm, Main Street and some side streets around the courthouse square will be closed for Squash & Gobble. Only event traffic and residents living in the closed area will permitted beyond the barricades. The following streets will be closed: Main Street from Hopkinsville Street to Greenville United Methodist Church Main Cross Street from Court Street to Larry Young Way East Campbell Street from Court Street to Wing Alley Detours will be clearly marked. Barricades will be placed at all road closures. Detour routes are as follows: Southbound traffic on Main Street will be detoured onto East Depot or West Depot. The East Depot route will turn onto Paradise Street, Pritchett Drive, and then to South Main Street. The West Depot route will turn onto Ky 189 Bypass, Hopkinsville Street (US 62), and then to South Main Street. Northbound traffic on Main Street will detour onto Pritchett Drive or Hopkinsville Street. The Pritchett Drive route will turn onto Paradise Street, East Depot Street, and then to North Main Street. The Hopkinsville Street route will turn onto KY 189 Bypass, West Depot, and then to North Main Street. Eastbound traffic on Hopkinsville Street to KY 176 must take South Main Street to Pritchett Drive and then to KY 176. Westbound traffic on East Main Cross (KY 176) will be detoured onto Pritchett Drive or Paradise Street. Please be cautious of pedestrian traffic when driving in downtown Greenville during this time. Please remember, only residential and event traffic will be permitted beyond barricades. All other traffic must use detour routes. Please share this information with anyone traveling in the Greenville area on this date.

9/2/18- We would like to thank the Facebook community for their assistance. With your help, we were able to quickly identify the suspects involved in the theft from the hospital parking lot. We were receiving phone calls less than five minutes after posting the photos. Thank you for once again helping us solve another case.

9/1/18- We are asking for assistance from the public to identify three individuals suspected of unlawfully entering a vehicle and stealing items from the vehicle. The incident occurred in the parking lot of Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital Emergency Room. Two of the suspects are shown in the attached photos. A third suspect was driving a red Ford Ranger with a black door. If anyone can identify these suspects, please contact GPD at 270-338-3133.

We would like to welcome Officer Wes Brown to Greenville Police Department. Officer Brown was sworn in yesterday by City Attorney Cary Davis.

(8/28/18) Several emergency agencies responded to a complaint of shots being fired at multiple school buses on State Route 176 near Muhlenberg County High School East Campus. The incident occurred just after students were released from school on August 28, 2018. Fire Departments closed down a section of State Route 176 while Law Enforcement searched for the suspect in a wooded area. Two juveniles were located in the area. The investigation revealed the juveniles shot three buses and multiple cars using a slingshot, rocks, and ball bearings. Both juveniles were charged with multiple counts of Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree and Criminal Mischief. East Campus was placed into lockdown for a short time as a precaution, due to the proximity of the incident to the school. No injuries were reported during incident. Greenville Police Department is in charge of the investigation. Muhlenberg Sheriff’s Office, Kentucky State Police, Central City and Powderly Police Departments, Muhlenberg Constables, Muhlenberg EMS, and Greenville and Drakesboro Fire Departments also responded to the scene. A joint effort involving all responding agencies, Central Dispatch, and Muhlenberg County Schools resulted in the incident being resolved quickly without further incident.

With everyone sharing their pictures of their kids first day back to school, we didn’t want to leave our own Wes Miller out as he starts his first day as a SRO. We hope that everyone has a great day.

Greenville, Kentucky (8/5/18) Greenville Police Department responded to a two vehicle injury collision at approximately 7:22 am on August 5, 2018. Barry Brown, 70, of Powderly was operating a small unregistered motorcycle. Kristan Brown, 29, of Central City was operating a 2015 Chevrolet Malibu. Both vehicles were traveling in the southbound lane of the KY 189 Bypass, just south of the Dean Road intersection. For an unknown reason, the Chevrolet Malibu struck the rear of the motorcycle. Both vehicles came to rest on the shoulder of the southbound lane. Barry Brown was transported to Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital, where he died as a result of his injuries. The collision remains under investigation by Officer Bill Henson. Muhlenberg County Sheriff’s Department, Greenville Fire Department, and Muhlenberg EMS also responded to the scene and Muhlenberg County Coroner’s Office responded to the hospital.

7/30/18- We would like to thank the Facebook community and local media for their assistance in identifying the person responsible for damage to West End Cemetery on July 23. Timothy Burleson, 51, of Sturgis, was operating a truck on Hopkinsville Street when the trailer disconnected from the truck and struck several grave stones in the cemetery. Burleson left the scene without reporting the incident. He was charged with Criminal Mischief 1st Degree, Leaving the Scene of Accident, No Registration Plates, and Failure to Maintain Insurance.

The Greenville Police Department has welcomed a new Officer to its Family today, 7/26/2018 by swearing in Kaleb G Rolley. Officer Rolley will fill the Patrol vacancy left by Officer Wes Miller who will transition from Patrol to the Greenville Police Departments School Resource Officer. The City of Greenville has partnered with the Muhlenberg County Board of Education to add 1 more School Resource Officer to our schools starting August 6th.. Pictured with Officer Rolley is Greenville City Attorney Cary Davis.

UPDATE- The attached photo shows the truck involved in the damage at West End Cemetery when the trailer disconnected and struck several grave stones. We are asking for anyone who can identify the driver of this truck to call Greenville Police Department at 270-338-3133.

7/23/18- GPD responded to a complaint at West End Cemetery after an older model burgundy Chevrolet dually pickup truck lost a trailer. The trailer disconnected from the truck and struck several grave stones in West End Cemetery. The truck failed to stop and continued westbound on Hopkinsville Street toward Hopkins County. If anyone has information regarding the identity of the driver, please contact Greenville Police Department at 270-338-3133.

7/3/18- The hot days of summer are here! While spending time outdoors, there are several things to remember to avoid heat-related injuries. Remember to drink an adequate amount of water to stay hydrated. Take plenty of rest breaks in a shaded area when working or playing outside. Please remember all outdoor pets by providing them with lots of fresh water and food several times a day and placing them in a well shaded area or covering their area. Frequently check on elderly neighbors and family members. Stock your vehicle with water and keep your vehicle in proper working order to assure safety during traveling. Never leave children and pets unattended in a vehicle. Know the facts about heat-related injuries and how to prevent them.

(6/20/18) On June 20, 2018, at approximately 5:36 pm, Greenville Police Department responded to a single vehicle motorcycle collision on North Main Street. Bradley Lewis, 39, of Central City, was traveling southbound on a 2008 Harley Davidson motorcycle. Lewis crossed into the northbound lane, struck a curb, and then the Greenville Street Department building at 352 North Main Street. He was ejected from the motorcycle. Greenville Fire Department and Muhlenberg EMS also responded to the scene. Lewis was transported to Vanderbilt by PHI Air Medical.

6/6/18- Please use caution when driving through the downtown area on the evening of Friday June 8, 2018 at 7pm. There will be a 5K run on some of the downtown streets. Several runners are expected to be in the area.

Greenville, KY – As summer kicks off and families hit the road for vacations, Greenville Police Department is reminding motorists to Click It or Ticket. Aimed at enforcing seat belt use to help keep you and your family safe, the national seat belt campaign will take place May 21 through June 3, concurrent with one of the busiest travel and holiday weekends of the year. “Our law enforcement personnel see firsthand the loss of life when people refuse to buckle up,” said Chief Darren Harvey. “It’s such a simple thing, and it should be an automatic next step after sitting down in a vehicle.” As the Memorial Day weekend approaches and the summer vacation season ramps up, “We want to keep our community members safe, and make sure people are doing the one thing that can save them in a crash: buckling up,” said Chief Harvey. “If the enforcement crackdown wakes people up to the dangers of unrestrained driving and gets them to buckle up, we’ll consider it a success.” Greenville Police Department will be conducting traffic safety checkpoints in various locations throughout the city during the upcoming holiday. Officers will be observing for impaired drivers along with other traffic violations. These traffic safety checkpoints are part of the department's traffic enforcement campaign aimed at reducing the amount of injury collisions in the city. As a reminder, citizens are encouraged to obey all traffic laws, wear seat belts, and properly restrain all children in booster seats and child restraints. These checkpoints will be conducted at one of the following pre-approved locations: KY 189 Bypass and Crittenden Drive KY 189 Bypass and Depot Street KY 189 Bypass and Greene Drive KY 189 Bypass and Spartan Drive KY 189 Bypass and Cessna Road KY 189 Bypass and US 62 N. Main Street and Spartan Drive N. Main Street and Depot Street N. Main Street and Wilson Street East Main Cross and Pritchett Drive Main Street and Main Cross S. Main Street and Hopkinsville Street S. Main Street and Pritchett Drive East Main Cross at City Limits East Depot Street and College Street East Depot Street and Paradise Street West Depot Street and Cherry Street West Depot Street and Outer York Street Hopkinsville Street and Sunset Drive Hopkinsville Street and KY 171 KY 171 and Snow Hill KY 171 and Country Lane Drive West Main Cross and Cherry Street West Main Cross and HC Mathis Drive Highland Drive and Wilson Street N. Cherry Street and Wilson Street KY 181 and KY 601

5/3/18- With the help of a local citizen, the female suspected of leaving the scene after striking a utility pole on College Street has been located. Jennifer Hale, 40, of Central City, was stopped by Greenville Police near the intersection of US 62 and Ky 189 this morning after a citizen called Central Dispatch about a vehicle matching the description of the one involved in the collision. Hale was charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident.

4/26/18- Greenville Police Department located and arrested the person suspected of leaving a wallet with methamphetamine and marijuana on a picnic table at Twice Daily Convenience Store. Hassel Tutt Jr., 47, of Greenville, allegedly left the wallet with drugs on the morning of April 21, 2018. Officers were able to obtain video from the store to identify Tutt. Tutt was arrested and charged with Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree, Possession of Marijuana, and an outstanding Warren County Bench Warrant.

4/25/18- We are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the person in this photo. He is suspected of shoplifting steaks from Greenville Food Giant on April 24, 2018 at approximately 11:20 am. If you can identify this person or have information regarding this case, please contact GPD at 270-338-3133.

4/21/18- A small black wallet was left on the picnic table at Twice Daily Convenience Store in Greenville. The wallet contained a small amount of methamphetamine, marijuana, and some cash. The wallet and contents are at Greenville Police Department. The owner may pick the items up at their earliest convenience. If you do not have a ride to the Police Department, please call and we will be more than happy to provide you with free transportation.

Greenville Police Department has a new addition to the family. Officer Jeremy Mahan was sworn in today by City Attorney Cary Davis.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Officer Phillip Meachum and Hopkinsville Police Department during their time of loss. We are all saddened by the loss of a Brother.

Greenville Police Department is accepting applications. We have an open position for a police officer. We would prefer applicants be Kentucky Peace Officer Professional Standard (POPS) Certified. However, we will consider non-certified applicants. You may visit the police department or our website at for an application. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, with a valid KY Operator’s License, complete and pass a background investigation and have no domestic violence convictions.