Madill Police Department

  • Agency: Madill Police Department
  • Address: 201 E Overton St, Madill, 73446 OK
  • Chief: James Fullingim (Chief of Police)
Phone: 580-795-3535
Fax: 580-795-5872

Madill Police Department is located at 201 E Overton St, Madill, 73446 OK. The Chief of Police of the department is James Fullingim. The Madill Police Department phone number is 580-795-3535.

Madill Police Department News

THANK YOU MARSHALL COUNTY!! Our Shop with a Cop fundraiser at Hobo Joe's Restaurant yesterday was a HUGE success! Thank you to everyone who stopped by ate and donated! Another big thank you to Courtnie and Chance Combs for hosting this event and everything you guys do to support this program and our department daily! Here are a few pictures of yesterdays event:

TODAY IS THE DAY!! Come see us today at Hobo Joe's Restaurant and let us wait on you!! We will be working hard for tips and donations to support our Shop with a Cop program to help several kids have a wonderful Christmas! All support will be greatly appreciated! Thank you Courtnie and Chance Combs for all your support and help!!

In a ceremony attended by members of the Madill Police Department, long time Madill PD Officer Sgt Steven Ray was promoted to the rank of Captain by Madill Chief of Police Donald Yow. Ray joined the Madill PD in February 2003 and was promoted to Sergeant in October 2005. In his new role, Captain Ray will assume third in command for the entire department, under Assistant Chief Dale Faulkner and Chief Yow. CONGRATULATIONS Captain Ray on your new position!

Don't Forget!! THIS Thursday .. come out to Hobo Joe's Restaurant and let our Officers wait on you!! We will be working hard for TIPS to help fund our Shop with a Cop program!! We will be there at noon and for supper! THANK YOU to Hobo's for allowing us to do this again this year!!

Dakota Hanks making us proud ... named the KICM 97.7 First Responder of the Week this week! Congratulations Dakota!!

We had an amazing night and turnout for our annual Halloween Candy Give-out ... Approximately 1200 kids came through ... THANK YOU to everyone who donated candy to make this event possible ... Erica Tiller, Mary Ann Williams, Mike Idleman, Mitch & Amy Johnson, Dustin & Jessi Atnip, Michelle & Scott Hill, the Madill Church of Christ and Madill Fire Department ... You guys helped make a lot of children happy! Thanks again to the community for allowing us the opportunity to serve you!

Halloween 2018

We have moved our Halloween Candy Give-out to the Madill Fire Station tonight. Come by the Fire Station starting at 6pm

After reviewing the weather predictions ... we will continue with the City of Madill Trick or Treating on Wednesday, October 31

We are extremely excited to again partner with Hobo Joe's Restaurant for our annual Shop with a Cop fundraiser. THANK YOU to Hobo Joe's for allowing us this wonderful opportunity to raise money to take kids Christmas shopping again this year. Come on down to Hobo Joe's on Thursday, November 8 and let us wait on you for tips!!!

This week is National Teen Driver Safety Week ... no distracted driving .. buckle up!!

Were walking around Madill with three children this week ... if you see these people, call the Kingston Oklahoma Police Department or the Marshall County Sheriffs Office ... wanted for questioning about theft of vehicle in Kingston.

If you have any information, please contact the Kingston Oklahoma Police Department

Can you help us give kids this Halloween a safe place to Trick or Treat? We are in need of donated candy to pass out on Halloween night, Wednesday, October 31. You can drop off unopened bags of candy to the Madill Police Department or the Madill Fire Department. Any donation will help! Thank you for helping us give kids a safe Trick or Treat alternative!!

BEAT TEXAS! And, Be Safe Getting There! #ohso #boomer

PRESS RELEASE At approximately 02:32am on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 officers of the Madill Police Department responded to the 100 block of East Wolf street in Madill on report of a person being shot. Upon arrival, officers found a 36 year old male subject with a single gunshot wound laying on a bed in the bedroom he had rented from the home owner. Officers were given information on a suspect who fled the scene prior to officers arrival. An immediate search for the suspect began at that time. While enroute to the hospital, the victim succumbed to the injury and died. At that time, the case turned into a homicide investigation. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) was called to process the scene of the shooting. At approximately 7:30am we received information on a possible location of the suspect. Officers responded to the Carter Lake area and located the suspect vehicle at a trailer house. Numerous attempts were made to get the suspect to come out of the trailer, which he refused. Additional officers were called to the scene and we asked for assistance from the Chickasaw Nation Lighthorse Police Tactical Team. Before the tactical team arrived, the suspect exited the trailer and was taken into custody without incident. Suspect has been booked into the Marshall County Jail charged with First Degree Murder. SUSPECT: Harold Andrew MacNeil 38 yoa white male

IPAWS National Test • The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system on October 3, 2018. • The test will assess the readiness to distribute an emergency message nationwide and determine whether improvements are needed. • The test messages will be sent using FEMA’s IPAWS, which enables authorities to send emergency messages to multiple communications networks. • Test message will begin at 1:18 p.m. CST.

We Will Never Forget

FYI - There will be a FREE Hunter Safety course on Saturday, September 15 from 8am till 5pm at the Marshall County Expo Center (lunch not provided) .. Children need to be at least 10 YOA to take the safety test.

The Madill Police Department Administrative Offices will be CLOSED on Monday, September 3 for Labor Day. MPD Officers will be patrolling as normal.

It's the start of Labor Day Weekend .. Please be safe and Don't Drink and Drive .. we will be watching! #endui #stayalive