The following schools are closed today due to winter weather conditions:
Aberdeen City Police Department
17 N Main
Aberdeen, ID 83210
The following schools are closed today due to winter weather conditions:
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - According to the Fremont County Joint School District 215 page, the district will be closed Tuesday, January 14 because of road closures, snowing and drifting snow, and unsafe driving conditions. Teton School District 401 is also closed for the same reasons....
The Aberdeen Police Department along with the City of Aberdeen would like to thank all of those who have given this holiday season. The City and Police Department have had several people donate and dropped off both food and gifts for those in need this holiday season. So, for those Secret Santa’s a very special thanks. This is what makes Aberdeen such a great community. So, from all of us to all of you, we extend our best wishes this season and wish you a very happy and safe new year.
A murder suspect is on the run after police say he shot and killed a person in Utah along Interstate-84 on WednesdayIdaho State Police says Jonathan Llana killed the victim in northern Utah near Rattlesnake Pass. Troopers say Llana drove into Idaho and was stopped by the Cassia County Sheriff's Offi...
Last night we had three puppies (approximately 6 weeks old) brought to the PD. There are two brown with a little bit of Black on them and one that is white with black spots. If you are missing any. Please contact the Aberdeen Police Department.
The Aberdeen Police Department would like everyone to use caution while driving the county roads around Aberdeen area. Some of these roads are experiencing flooding 2900 w. and 1800 s. If you have any question please call of refer to our other post for additional information. Remember "BE SAFE".
February 26, 2019 Contacts: R. Scott Reese
Bingham County Emergency Management Director
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [email protected]
Road Closure and Flood Update
BLACKFOOT – Bingham County Road and Bridge has issued a road closure on 900 West to 100 South - Starting on HWY 39 to Thomas Road. Additionally, there are several roads in the county that still have water running over them, which can pose dangerous driving conditions. Motorists are urged to use extreme caution when driving on roads with crossing water. It is advised to avoid them all together, if at all possible. With the rapid changes in temperature, conditions can change rapidly. Turn Around Don’t Drown.
Individuals that are in the affected areas, which are in need of constant medical assistance of any kind, may want to have contingency plans to evacuate. This would be in the event that emergency personnel could not reach their location.
It is also advised to have a disaster plan in place with everyone in the household. Decide where to meet and who you would contact in case of flooding. Be prepared to evacuate you and your family at a moment’s notice.
Sand Bag Locations: Bingham County, in conjunction with the City of Shelley, Firth, and Aberdeen has sand bag locations for those residents that may be in need.
Shelley: Located at the Shelley Fire Station
Firth: Located behind Collets off Highway 91
Aberdeen: Located directly behind the City Fire Station
Bingham County: Located at Moreland Park, & The Cow Palace - 900 West 140 South
900 West to 100 South - Starting on HWY 39 to Thomas Road
For more information about the Bingham County Road closure or road conditions, contact Dusty Whited at 208.782.3864 or R. Scott Reese at 208.782.3191.
Aberdeen police department extends it most heart felt sorrow to the family of Ben Hirschi. You are in our thoughts and our prayers.
This was found on the roadway. If this is yours or if you know who it might belone to, Please contact the Aberdeen Police Department.
This was broght to us. If this is yours or if you know who it might belone to, Please contact the Aberdeen Police Department.
Well, it is that time. Yes, it is Back to school time. What does this mean. Well it means that there will be an increase in traffic, both in foot and in vehicle. So, the Aberdeen Police Department in asking for you help. We asked that you be mindful of your driving habits (i.e. slow down, look before moving, take your time). I'm sure we all want the same thing, that being a safe and happy school year. So, to the staff and students, friends and family, have a great year. From the Aberdeen Police Department remember “BE SAFE”.
The Aberdeen police department would like to extend its deepest hearts felt sorrow to council woman Wahlen and her family for their loss that occurred early Thursday morning. Our thoughts and our prayers are with the family.
The officers and administration of the Aberdeen Police Department wish to express their deepest sympathy and condolences to Officer Johnson and his family for the loss of his sweet daughter. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
The procession from Sgt. Kent Swanson’s funeral to his burial service at Fielding Memorial Cemetery, Idaho Falls.
He will be missed.
The Aberdeen police department would like to extend its deepest heartfelt sorrows to the family. Another good one called home.
Aberdeen, like Blackfoot, has experienced a rise in vehicle burglaries. Please take the time to remove valuables from your car and keep your vehicles locked up. We would appreciate any leads you may have as to who may be committing these crimes.
Blackfoot Police are investigating a rash of break-ins at storage units and in parked vehicles.
HI everybody, we have a puppy out at the dog pound. If you are missing a puppy, please call give a description of the animal. We'll make sure that it gets back to you if it is yours. Remember "BE SAFE".
The Aberdeen Police Department received a donation of five backpacks from the Bingham Healthcare Foundation.
Winter is fast approaching and we here at the Aberdeen Police Department along with other law enforcement agencies want to remind you of how difficult winter driving can be. So here are of tips for winter driving.
These tips on Winter Driving Safety are courtesy of the Idaho Transportation Department:
Keep your vehicle in the best possible driving condition. The lights, tires, brakes, windshield wipers, defroster, and radiator are especially important for winter driving.
Keep your windows clear. Don't start driving until the windows are defrosted and clean-even if you're going only a short distance. Keep your windshield washer reservoir filled with a non-freezing solution all winter.
For safety reasons, you should not use cruise control if the road is wet and/or icy.
Buckle up. All occupants are required to wear safety belts and/or shoulder straps when riding in a vehicle equipped with them. Buckling up is your best defense against injuries in a crash.
Get the feel of the road by starting out slowly and testing your steering control and braking ability. Avoid spinning your tires when you start by gently pressing your gas pedal until the car starts to roll. Start slowing your car down at least three times sooner than you normally do when turning or stopping.
When stopping, avoid sudden movements of the steering wheel and pump the brake gently. (Check your vehicle owner's manual; if the vehicle has anti-lock brakes, you may apply steady pressure to the brake pedal.)
Use tire chains on very slippery roads. (Some states require chains to be carried during winter months; check for specific information before driving in other states.)
Be aware of potential icy areas such as shady spots, bridges, and overpasses. Ice may form sooner or remain on bridges and overpasses longer, since they are exposed on their undersides and are deprived of ground warmth. Snow and ice also stay longer in shaded areas.
Winters driving in Idaho can be severe. So when traveling in winter months, be prepared in case your vehicle breaks down or you get into an accident. Here are some thing you should keep in your vehicle just in case of emergency.
Your kit should include:
flashlights with extra batteries
a first aid kit
a pocket knife
at least one blanket or sleeping bag
an extra set of gloves, socks and a wool cap
a small sack of sand or cat litter for generating traction under the wheels
a small shovel
bottled water, energy bars or other non-perishable food items
booster cables (jumper cables) and emergency flares
a brightly-colored scarf to attract attention in case of an emergency
waterproof matches or cigarette lighter
a map of the area where you plan to travel.
Here is some additional information:
If you run your car for heat, make sure your exhaust pipe is clear of snow. If available, tie a scarf or bright cloth on the car antennae for snow crews to see.
Let someone know your travel plans, including estimated departure and arrival times, route, and where you will stay when you reach your destination.
Be courteous and call those who may be worried when you arrive at your destination. Keep in contact. If you have a cell phone, make sure it is charged, and carry a list of emergency phone numbers.
If you get stranded, stay with your vehicle if heavy snow is falling. Most deaths occur when people leave their car, get lost, and freeze.
When traveling take time to prepare. You can call your state and local law enforcement or go to The Idaho Transportation Department at www.511.idaho.gov or you can call “511” for up to date information on,
weather-related road conditions
traffic incidents and delays
emergency road closures
Give your self extra time to get where your going. REMEMBER “BE SAFE”.
The Aberdeen Police Department would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Holiday.
We just had a person drop off 2 German shorthaired pointers that were found up by Springfield. So if you or someone you know is missing them, Please contact the Aberdeen Police Dept.
In crisis? Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or visit suicidepreventionlifeline.org. Run by Vibrant Emotional Health. This page is not for crisis intervention.
We have a small black dog. Please contact us if you are missing one.
Aberdeen City Police Department
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To those going though it or if you know someone who is going though it. There is help. Contact Bingham Crisis Center at 208-785-1047 or 208-681-8712. or Contact your local Crisis Center. You don't have to go though this alone. Remember "Love doesn't have to hurt".
We currently have a dog out at the pound. Please let us know if you are missing one. It has been there for a few days now.
Aberdeen Police Department
Open position for full-time police officer with the City of Aberdeen. Must be 21 years of age, have a valid driver's license, be able to complete a comprehensive background investigation, polygraph, urinalysis, and field training officer program. Benefits include but are not limited to PERSI retirement, medical insurance, $500.00 annual uniform allowance, a take home vehicle, and 40 hours of vacation upon completion of first year of employment. The City of Aberdeen is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
*Preference is for P.O.S.T. certification or having completed the Basic Academy.
*Spanish speaking is a plus.
Applications can be picked up at City Hall located at 33 N. Main Aberdeen, ID 83210 or at the Aberdeen Police Department located at 17 N. Main Aberdeen, ID 83210. Inquiries can be made to the Chief of Police via email at [email protected].
Here is another pair of dogs, The one on the right has been found, which need to be reunited with their family. Please let us know if you have any information or call one of the numbers on the flyer.
Can anyone help this gentelman out?
We again have picked up a dog which we are trying to locate the owner on. This one has a pink collar with rabies shot information. please give us a call if you are missing one or you know who's it might be.
We have had a case of fraud be reported were the scammer appeared to be using a 397 phone number when trying to get people's bank account and credit card information. They promised to lower interest rates in exchange for a fee. Never give people that call you your account information. If they are a representative of your bank or credit card company they all ready have it. Hang up. If you think it may be your bank, call them back on the number printed on the back of the credit or debit card they issued you.
The 397 number was not an actual Aberdeen number but was a voice over IP used to trick people into thinking it is a local bank calling.
On May 25th, 2017 at approximately 11:00 AM, an investigation by the Bear River Drug Task Force (B.R.D.T.F.) culminated in the execution of a search warrant within the City of
We have picked up a brown dog from the area of Country Air Trailer court. Please let us know if you are missing one.
Today, a dog was picked up and placed in the pound. Please give us a call if you are missing one.
Hi friends of Aberdeen PD, There have been some question as to why Aberdeen Police Department is out in county. So to answer this, On June 1st, 2016 the Aberdeen Police Department entered in to an agreement with Bingham County Sheriff Department. This agreement is referred as an M.O.U (memorandum of understanding). This allows us to aid Bingham County by patrolling and responding to calls for assistant. What this means is that Aberdeen may patrol 3 miles from the city limits and respond to calls up to 5 miles from the city limits. This is so Bingham County and Aberdeen may better serve community. We have attached copy of the M.O.U. Please read and if you have any question feel free to calls or stop by and speak with Chief Chuck Carroll. We look forward to serving the community. Please pass this along and remember “BE Safe”.
“Looking For Pics”
Hay everyone. The Aberdeen police department in looking for any pictures of past chiefs and thing to that effect. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Remember “BE SAFE”
Yesterday I was in Blackfoot for training, I parked my police car at Walmart while I went to lunch. While parked there, someone left a note under my windshield wiper. Here is a picture of the note. Thank you for taking the time to show your appreciation.
We recently had a bicycle turned in. If you are missing one, we may have it.
To the sportsman and others who have need to keep an eye on the level of the American Falls reservoir, they will be letting a lot more water through for the next week than is typical for this time of year. On the 18th it will be evaluated and adjusted again.
Due to severe weather conditions the Aberdeen School K-12 will be closed 02/24/2017. Stay warm and "BE SAFE".
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