Morgan City Police Department

  • Agency: Morgan City Police Department
  • Address: 723 Myrtle St, Morgan City , 70381 LA
  • Chief:
Phone: 985-380-4605

Morgan City Police Department is located at 723 Myrtle St, Morgan City , 70381 LA. The Morgan City Police Department phone number is 985-380-4605.

Morgan City Police Department News

The Morgan City Police Department received a special delivery from Walgreens by way of Jill Davis. The Morgan City Police Department values its relationship with Walgreens, as well as many other businesses within our great city. Thank you for being so sweet. 🍦

11-09-2018 This morning, Terry and Jan Bunner visitied the Morgan City Police Deparmtent with two baskets of goodies for our officers. Mr. and Mrs. Bunner delivered the baskets on behalf of New Life Tabernacle Church. Thank you for you support and appreciation. The Morgan City Police Department values our releationships with members of our community.

TOYS FOR TOTS 2018: The Morgan City Police Department and its officers are again helping our community partner, the Marine Corp. League St. Mary Detachment in their annual "Toys for Tots" efforts during this holiday season. Our officers have the opportunity to participate in "No Shave November" by contributing toys themselves to kick off the efforts. In addition, to help spread the word and help the Marine Corp. League, officers will have the option to issue "warnings" during their regular traffic enforcement duties. Motorists may receive a written warning which announces the "Toys for Tots" Campaign and explains ways to donate their toys. This program is strictly voluntary on the motorist part. If you encounter a scruffy looking officer, know that they themselves have donated and help us support this worthy cause to our area families in need. Please support "Toys for Tots" and Stay Safe!

It’s that time of year again! Don’t forget to set your clock back an hour. Stay safe!

MORGAN CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 10/31/2018 @ 8:30PM On October 31, 2018 Officers with the Morgan City Police Department were notified by Morgan City High School of a possible bomb threat. The Morgan City Police Department along with emergency personnel arrived on scene and as a precaution evacuated the building. After determining that the campus was safe, students were allowed back into the school and resumed their normal school activities. During the subsequent investigation, detectives learned and identified that a student had produced the note. The student, Breanne Daigle, 17 years of age, was arrested and charged with Criminal Mischief . Daigle was booked into the Morgan City Police Department Jail and released after posting bond.

UPDATE: The school and adjacent buildings are safe and all students are returning to class. Stay Safe! On October 31, 2018, Officers with the Morgan City Police Department along with the Morgan City Fire Department responded to the Morgan City High School after a perceived threat. All students have been evacuated and are SAFE. Emergency responders along with school officials are ensuring the school and adjacent areas are safe for students to return. We will provide updates as possible, but we ask that you avoid the area during this time. We would like the community to know that all students are safe.

The Morgan City Police Department wants everyone to enjoy Halloween, but please be safe and follow these simple safety tips. Trick or Treat hours will be 6pm to 8pm on October 31, 2018. The Morgan City Police Department will have extra patrols out during Halloween and encourage all drivers to pay special attention during trick or treating hours as there will be a larger than normal amount of pedestrian traffic.

NATIONAL DRUG TAKE BACK XVI FALL 2018: The Morgan City Police Department has supported the National Drug Take Back for the past several years and in 2016, with the support of our community partner, Urgent Care of Morgan City, we deployed a disposal drop box to help our citizens dispose of unwanted dangerous drugs from their homes. This box, which is stationed in the front lobby of the Morgan City Police Department provides a year round location to dispose of expired, unused or unwanted dangerous drugs which can endanger our families and provide a path to addiction. During the XV National Drug Take Back in April 2018, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and it's community partners which includes the Morgan City Police Department provided over 5,482 collection sites nationwide. This past effort yielded over 475 TONS of medications. On Saturday, October 27, 2018, Morgan City Police Department Detectives and our community partners, Walgreen's Pharmacy and Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market joined to conduct collection sites. Our efforts collected over 84 pounds of dangerous drugs. A great effort during a short period of time. We could like to remind you, if you have unused, unwanted or expired dangerous drugs in your home, you may dispose of those items at the Morgan City Police Department, weekdays between 5 am-4 pm or contact the Morgan City Police Department @ (985)380-4605 for more information. Thanks and Stay Safe

Saturday October 27, 2018 The Morgan City Police Department will be participating in the annual National Drug Take-Back Initiative. The initiative is to encourage citizens to properly discard of old and outdated prescribed medications in their homes with no questions asked. Citizens are encouraged to remove any identifying markings or labels before turning over prescribed medications. Collection points will be at Walgreens and the Neighborhood Walmart in Morgan City, La from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. on Saturday October 27, 2018. For questions regarding medications which are allowed to be turned in, please contact the Morgan City Police Department Detective’s Division at 985-380-4605. Stay Safe!

Red Ribbon Week 2018 Morgan City Police Department Police K-9 Officer Joshua Hudson and K-9 Lady are participating in the 30th Anniversary of Red Ribbon Week in St. Mary Parrish. K-9 Lady and Officer Hudson are visiting schools across St. Mary Parish this week along with St. Mary 911 and St. Mary Sheriffs Deputies Sergeant Oscar West and Corporal Walter Sheperd. Morgan City Police Department is helping to promote this year’s theme “The Future is BRIGHT when you are doing things Right! Be Drug-Free!”

UPDATE: Hwy 182 is now open in both directions. TRAFFIC ALERT: Hwy 182 west bound is closed from MLK Blvd. to Cottonwood St. for a spill. Crews are cleaning up the spill at this time, however both lanes are closed please avoid the area. Thanks stay safe!