Mason Police Department

  • Agency: Mason Police Department
  • Address: 656th 2nd street, Mason, 25260 WV
  • Chief: D. Woolard (Chief of Police)
Phone: 304-773-5201
Fax: 304-773-5229
Email:
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Mason Police Department is located at 656th 2nd street, Mason, 25260 WV. The Chief of Police of the department is D. Woolard. The Mason Police Department phone number is 304-773-5201.

Mason Police Department News

*reposted* The Mason Police Dept is still looking for this vehicle. If you have any information on the location or anyone involved please contact us or local law enforcement. The vehicle information has been entered in The National Crime Information Center.

*** ARREST REPORT *** On 11-05-18 6 individuals were arrested after Mason Police Officers Chief C. Mckinney, Patrolman T. Doss, Patrolman A. Toler, Mason County Sheriff's Office Deputy's J. Peterson, and M. McCormick executed a knock and talk within the Mason City limits. This resulted in over 60 grams of crystal methamphetamine, with a street value of over $6000.00. All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in court of law. Great work by all officers involved and the Mason Police Department would like to thank Deputy J. Peterson and deputy McCormick for there assistance on the arrest.

The Mason Police Department would like to wish a full and speedy recovery to the West Virginia State Police Senior Trooper Brian C McCormick that was involved in crash earlier this morning.

** ARREST REPORT** On 10-01-18 & 10-02-18 Mason Walmart reported a large amount of merchandise that was stolen from an unknown suspect on said dates. The total amount of merchandise lost was $3,254.50. On 10-18-18 Mason Walmart loss prevention spotted a similar male that match the description of the male who allegedly stole the items. Chief C. McKinney arrived on scene. The male was identified as Jerry Lee Riley of Gallipolis OH. Chief C. Mckinney then identified Mr. Riley as the suspect. After an investigation was conducted. Jerry Lee Riley was arrest on two counts of felony Grand Larceny with other charges pending. Mr Riley bond was set at $50,000 in the Mason County Magistrate Court. Mr Riley was transported to Western Regional Jail where he awaits trial. Mason PD would like to thank the help and support of New Haven Pd and Gallipolis Sherrif Department.

***BOLO*** The Mason Police Department is trying to located a stolen vehicle bearing WV registration (3JM772). The vehicle in question is a 2006 white w/black strips Ford Mustang. The vehicle was stolen in Mason today between the hours of 2-4. If you have any information please contact the local 911 center.

The Mason Police Department will assisting in traffic control for the runners of the North-bend 5k run. Please be cautious of the runners today.

The Mason Police Department is needing help on identifying these individuals. If you have any information please let us know.

*** ARREST REPORT*** Howard Beasley & Laci Gordan of Ravenswood WV were arrest in Mason on felony drug & gun charges after a traffic stop conducted by Chief McKinney & Patrolman Gibbs assisted by Patrolman Doss & Patrolman Toler. During the traffic stop the officers located a loaded handgun, multiple drug paraphernalia items,scales, us currency, 6.66 grams Methamphetamine, and 4.01 grams of marijuana. Both were transported to Western Regional Jail and are awaiting arraignment. Great work by all the officers involved.

*ATTENTION* The Mason Police Department is looking for any and all information reference to a grand larceny that occurred within the Town of Mason. Attached below is a similar photo of the item in question which was stolen from the town. if you have seen or any information on said item please call the department. Any information would be greatly appreciated (Wacker Concrete Saw)

Mason Police Department needs help in identifying these two males. If you have any information please contact us The males have been identified thank you

The Mason Police Department is looking for information on this Individual. Please contact us if you have any information

On be half of the Mason Police Department, we would like to thank everyone that was involved in helping the create the first ever, “Mason Junior Patrolman Obstacle Course”

***ARREST REPORT*** On 6-16-18 at approximately 11:30 Mason Police Department Patrolman Gibbs attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a red truck, but lost sight of the vehicle. Patrolman Gibbs then located the abandoned truck on Track Lane in Mason Wv. Investigating the vehicle Patrolman Gibbs had reasonable suspicion to believe the driver of the vehicle was a Male wanted for felony charges in Mason County WV. Mason County Deputies and New Haven Pd arrived on scene and requested for Mason County Deputy Ferrell K-9 “Nico”. Deputy Ferrell initiated the K-9 by the abandoned vehicle and tracked the suspect to a residence home. The suspect in question then surrendered and was identified as Matthew Allen Athey of Ohio. Mr. Athey was then arrested by Patrolman Gibbs for warrants out of Mason County WV and was transported to Western Regional Jail. Mason PD would like to thank all of the departments and concerned citizens involved in apprehending the suspect.

The Mason Police Department need your help identifying this male. Please share and notify the Mason Police Department with any information on the male listed in the photos. Thank you

On Sunday (5-20-18) Chief C. G. McKinney was Dispatched to Tudors in Mason for an abounded vehicle that was later identified as stolen from the state of Ohio. After conducting an investigation Christopher Scott Porter of Mason was arrested and charged on a felony charge.

On 5-6-18 around the hours 2:42am, Patrolman Shaun Coleman and Patrolman Kendall Roush performed a traffic stop on a red dodge pickup truck bearing Indiana registration for various traffic violations. The driver ,a Halley Workman and the passenger, a Curtis Shank, were both arrested on felony drug charges after what appeared to be methamphetamine and what appeared to be Marijuana , along with drug paraphernalia and a loaded 9mm handgun was found in the vehicle. Also assisting with the traffic stop was Chief Gilkey and two Mason County Sheriffs Deputies.

A black I pad was found at Fast 4 U in Mason and it is at the Mason fire department if it belongs to anyone that may have left it there.

MASON — A drug arrest Saturday night in Mason led to a police officer being hospitalized, when he allegedly came in contact with fentanyl. Nathan D. Keffer, 30, of Mason was arrested by Mason Patrolman Kendall Roush on two counts of possession of a controlled substance and obstructing an officer. He remained in Western Regional Jail on Monday on a $5,000 bond, set by Mason County Magistrate Gail Roush, according to Police Chief Rich Gilkey. Gilkey was transported to Pleasant Valley Hospital following the arrest. He was hospitalized overnight and tested positive for fentanyl, after reportedly coming into contact with wet cotton balls the suspect was carrying. Also at the scene was West Virginia State Police Trooper G.C. Burnem, who Gilkey credited with quick action in recognizing the symptoms of his alleged exposure to the drug. According to the police report, Patrolman Roush stopped a Ford Ranger after it turned off of the Bridge of Honor allegedly without signaling. The driver and two passengers were also reportedly not wearing seat belts. After the driver gave consent, Chief Gilkey attempted to search Keffer, who reportedly became agitated. Gilkey physically restrained Keffer, and a needle, suspected heroin, suspected suboxone, and a plastic bottle cap with cotton balls, soaked in suspected heroin and fentanyl were allegedly found, according to the chief. Gilkey said after accidentally coming in skin contact with the cotton balls, he began feeling dizzy and disoriented prior to the squad being called. Additional charges are possibly pending against Keffer, Gilkey said.

Thank you everyone the dog has been found.

This vehicle was involved in a accident and left the scene. The young male driver was wearing a construction vest and black beanie and had West Virginia tags, driving a Ford F-150. Any information please contact the Mason Police Department.