Higginsville Police Department

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Operating as usual

11/28/2021

Congratulations to the Lafayette County C-1 High School football team on a great season! #huskersfootball

11/27/2021

🏈 Let’s go Huskers!
#HuskerNation

Happy Thanksgiving!! Please travel safe.
11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving!! Please travel safe.

Happy Thanksgiving!! Please travel safe.

11/24/2021

Information from city hall: City crews will resume assisting Republic Trash Services again on Monday, November 29th. Thank you for your patience.

11/23/2021

In regards to yesterdays post, there was a brief disruption of 911 service, all calls were still answered. We worked with Century Link to correct the problem and it was resolved.

11/20/2021

Nice Job Huskers!

Good luck to Higginsville’s other boys in blue tonight against Butler for the class 2 district Final. #HuskerNation 🏈
11/12/2021

Good luck to Higginsville’s other boys in blue tonight against Butler for the class 2 district Final. #HuskerNation 🏈

Good luck to Higginsville’s other boys in blue tonight against Butler for the class 2 district Final. #HuskerNation 🏈

Happy Veterans Day to all those who have served, including our own, Officer Josh Parker (USAF) and Officer Jeremi Olvera...
11/11/2021

Happy Veterans Day to all those who have served, including our own, Officer Josh Parker (USAF) and Officer Jeremi Olvera (US Army). Thank you for your service!

Happy Veterans Day to all those who have served, including our own, Officer Josh Parker (USAF) and Officer Jeremi Olvera (US Army). Thank you for your service!

**TRAFFIC ALERT**On 31st Street in front of the Middle School is a new crosswalk with the sign pictured below. Please ap...
11/09/2021

**TRAFFIC ALERT**
On 31st Street in front of the Middle School is a new crosswalk with the sign pictured below. Please approach the sign cautiously and if people are using the crosswalk, you must come to a complete stop to allow them to cross the street. Once the crosswalk is empty you may then proceed. This crosswalk, with sign, will only be displayed during school times. Thanks for doing your part to keep our kids safe!

**TRAFFIC ALERT**
On 31st Street in front of the Middle School is a new crosswalk with the sign pictured below. Please approach the sign cautiously and if people are using the crosswalk, you must come to a complete stop to allow them to cross the street. Once the crosswalk is empty you may then proceed. This crosswalk, with sign, will only be displayed during school times. Thanks for doing your part to keep our kids safe!

Just a friendly reminder, it's that time of year when deer are in rut and moving a lot. Please be mindful when on the ro...
11/08/2021

Just a friendly reminder, it's that time of year when deer are in rut and moving a lot. Please be mindful when on the roadways! We've already worked accidents involving deer in town.

Just a friendly reminder, it's that time of year when deer are in rut and moving a lot. Please be mindful when on the roadways! We've already worked accidents involving deer in town.

Please keep an eye on the weather today.
10/24/2021

Please keep an eye on the weather today.

We have these two dogs in our pound if you know the owner please call the police department.
10/22/2021

We have these two dogs in our pound if you know the owner please call the police department.

Photos from Missouri River CIT Council's post
10/16/2021

Photos from Missouri River CIT Council's post

10/13/2021

Great department in a supportive community!

10/13/2021

The City of Higginsville is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. The city of Higginsville offers a great
working environment with a very supportive community.

Police Officer

Beginning Salary: $36,759.00 or more depending on experience
1 week vacation/ 6 months Additional week vacation/ 1 year

10 Paid Holidays

Health Insurance for employee paid by the City

City pays 49% family Health Insurance

$50,000 Life Insurance paid by the City

Employee Retirement Lagers paid by the City

Clothing/Uniform Allowance

Cushing Systems Inc. Records Management

Local 24-hour dispatching

Progressive Department

Take Home vehicle if you meet living requirements.

Open until filled.

Our K9 Loki hard at work helping take drugs off the streets. Great job by all!
10/07/2021

Our K9 Loki hard at work helping take drugs off the streets. Great job by all!

M**H TRAFFICKER SENTENCED

Kevin Hilke, 57, of Jefferson City, Missouri, was sentenced to twenty-two years in the Missouri Department of Corrections on October 4, 2021. The sentencing followed his guilty plea to Trafficking in the First Degree. The State was represented by Lafayette County Prosecuting Attorney, Kristen Ellis Hilbrenner, at the hearing.

Charges were brought after a deputy with the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office pulled a vehicle over on Interstate 70, on December 13, 2019. Hilke was the driver of that vehicle. While the deputy was conducting the traffic stop, he became suspicious that other criminal activity was going on because of the behavior of Hilke and the passenger in the vehicle. The deputy asked Hilke for consent to search the vehicle but he refused. At that point, the Higginsville K9 officer and his canine, Loki, arrived on scene. Loki conducted a free-air sniff of the vehicle and alerted officers to the suspected presence of illegal controlled substances. This alert gave officers probable cause to search the vehicle and a large amount of m**hamphetamine was located within the vehicle. Additional m**hamphetamine and paraphernalia were located on the passenger. The m**hamphetamine was later tested and weighed at the crime laboratory and it weighed approximately 864 grams. It is likely this amount of m**hamphetamine would have a street value of over $30,000.00

Following the sentencing, Prosecutor Hilbrenner stated that the defendant is a danger and a menace to the community because of his distribution of m**hamphetamine and his extensive criminal history. The prosecutor pointed out that the defendant is a persistent felony offender with at least thirteen prior convictions, all of which occurred in other counties, including Unlawful Transport of Fi****ms, Armed Career Criminal, Burglary, Stealing, Assault, Forgery, Leaving the Scene of a Motor Vehicle Accident, Driving While Intoxicated, Involuntary Manslaughter and Trafficking Drugs in the Second Degree. Judge Dennis Rolf followed the recommendation of the State and sentenced the defendant to twenty-two years in the Department of Corrections.

09/30/2021

JOB OPENING!!!!!
The City Of Higginsville is currently seeking applicants for the position of full and part time Dispatcher.

Part Time:
Flexabile Schedule
15.88 Hour

Full Time:

Beginning Salary: $31,754.00 or 15.88/ hour starting
1 week vacation/ 6 months Additional week vacation/ 1 year
10 Paid Holidays
Health Insurance for employee paid by the City
City pays 49% family Health Insurance
$50,000 Life Insurance paid by the City
Employee Retirement Lagers paid by the City
Clothing/Uniform Allowance
Cushing Systems Inc. Records Management
Progressive Department
Applications may be obtained at City Hall or by going to the following web address.
https://www.higginsville.org/files/documents/document1479030652102518.pdf
Please return applications to the police department or City hall!!

*******JOB OPENING********The Higginsville Police Department is currently looking for full and part time dispatchers! We...
09/30/2021

*******JOB OPENING********

The Higginsville Police Department is currently looking for full and part time dispatchers! We are looking for motivated individuals with flexible schedule. We offer competitive pay with great benefits.

Part time:

flexible schedule
15.88 an hour

Full time:

Beginning Salary: $31,754.00 - or 15.88 hour

2 weeks of paid vacation a year

10 Paid Holidays

Health Insurance for employee paid by the City

City pays 49% family Health Insurance

$50,000 Life Insurance paid by the City

Employee Retirement Lagers paid by the City

Clothing/Uniform Allowance

Cushing Systems Inc. Records Management

Progressive Department

*******JOB OPENING********

The Higginsville Police Department is currently looking for full and part time dispatchers! We are looking for motivated individuals with flexible schedule. We offer competitive pay with great benefits.

Part time:

flexible schedule
15.88 an hour

Full time:

Beginning Salary: $31,754.00 - or 15.88 hour

2 weeks of paid vacation a year

10 Paid Holidays

Health Insurance for employee paid by the City

City pays 49% family Health Insurance

$50,000 Life Insurance paid by the City

Employee Retirement Lagers paid by the City

Clothing/Uniform Allowance

Cushing Systems Inc. Records Management

Progressive Department

Ladies!!! Come out to the Community Center at 2101 Walnut St. on Oct 7th for our protect a Husker event. This will be an...
09/17/2021

Ladies!!! Come out to the Community Center at 2101 Walnut St. on Oct 7th for our protect a Husker event. This will be an awesome event to learn some helpful tips and tactics on self defense, first aid and mental health. Higginsville Fire Protection District and Higginsville EMS as well as other volunteers will be there. Come out for an Evening of fun as well as learning and dinner! This is Free.

Ladies!!! Come out to the Community Center at 2101 Walnut St. on Oct 7th for our protect a Husker event. This will be an awesome event to learn some helpful tips and tactics on self defense, first aid and mental health. Higginsville Fire Protection District and Higginsville EMS as well as other volunteers will be there. Come out for an Evening of fun as well as learning and dinner! This is Free.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Independence Police Department and the family of Officer Blaize Madrid-Evans who ...
09/16/2021

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Independence Police Department and the family of Officer Blaize Madrid-Evans who was killed in the line of duty yesterday.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Independence Police Department and the family of Officer Blaize Madrid-Evans who was killed in the line of duty yesterday.

Photos from Waverly Police Department - Missouri's post
09/14/2021

Photos from Waverly Police Department - Missouri's post

Happy National Police Woman’s day to Officer Denetta Amor and Reserve Officer Jana Mackay!
09/12/2021

Happy National Police Woman’s day to Officer Denetta Amor and Reserve Officer Jana Mackay!

Happy National Police Woman’s day to Officer Denetta Amor and Reserve Officer Jana Mackay!

09/11/2021
From Higginsville City Hall reference trash services:
09/01/2021

From Higginsville City Hall reference trash services:

From Higginsville City Hall reference trash services:

From Higginsville City Hall reference trash services:
08/31/2021

From Higginsville City Hall reference trash services:

From Higginsville City Hall reference trash services:

Happy National dog day from our pal Loki! #nationaldogday #policek9
08/26/2021

Happy National dog day from our pal Loki! #nationaldogday #policek9

Happy National dog day from our pal Loki! #nationaldogday #policek9

The Higginsville Police are asking for information in reference to the male subject pictured below in the tan bibs and r...
08/25/2021

The Higginsville Police are asking for information in reference to the male subject pictured below in the tan bibs and red T shirt. This subject was at Higginsville Walmart on 08/24/2021 and believed to be traveling with the male and female pictured to the right of his photo. All three are believed to have been traveling together in a gray suv, possibly a Traverse or Equinox. If you have information in reference to these subjects please contact the Higginsville Pollice Department at 660-584-2104.

The Higginsville Police Department is seeking help in identifying a possible suspect involved in a theft that occurred i...
08/24/2021

The Higginsville Police Department is seeking help in identifying a possible suspect involved in a theft that occurred in Fairground Park on June 10, 2021. The incident took place between the hours of 745 PM and 10 PM . The victim's truck was broken into, through the window, and a purple/blue Vera Bradley purse was stolen from the vehicle. The purse and all contents inside equaled approximately $1500 or more. The possible suspect can be seen looking in the victim's vehicle as well as other vehicles parked in the same area. The suspect was possibly driving a dark colored Dodge Ram and towing two jet skis. If anyone has information related to this incident please contact our non emergency number (660) 584-2104.

08/12/2021

The photo of a possible suspect listed on the Higginsville Police Department page on 08/11/2021 that was involved in a pursuit has been cleared as the suspect in that incident. Because of all the tips received from that posting and subsequent follow up and investigation in reference to the leads generated by the post a suspect has been identified. The Higginsville Police Department anticipates felony charges to be filed for that individual from the Lafayette County Prosecutor. We would like to thank everyone who contacted us in reference to this incident and provided information.

08/09/2021

JOB OPENING!!!!!
The City Of Higginsville is currently seeking applicants for the position of full time Dispatcher.
Beginning Salary: $31,754.00
1 week vacation/ 6 months Additional week vacation/ 1 year
10 Paid Holidays
Health Insurance for employee paid by the City
City pays 49% family Health Insurance
$50,000 Life Insurance paid by the City
Employee Retirement Lagers paid by the City
Clothing/Uniform Allowance
Cushing Systems Inc. Records Management
Progressive Department
Applications may be obtained at City Hall or by going to the following web address.
https://www.higginsville.org/files/documents/document1479030652102518.pdf
Please return applications to the police department or City hall!!

07/29/2021

SENTENCING IN RAPE/KIDNAPPING CASE FOLLOWING GUILTY VERDICT

Alain Camarillo-Linan, 26, Mexico City, Mexico, was found guilty by a Lafayette County jury of R**e in the First Degree, R**e in the Second Degree, two counts of So**my in the First Degree and two counts of Kidnapping in the First Degree following a three-day jury trial litigated by Lafayette County Prosecuting Attorney Kristen Ellis Hilbrenner. On July 2, 2021, the defendant was sentenced to 25 years for the R**e in the First Degree, 7 years for the R**e in the Second Degree, 25 years on each of the So**my charges, and 15 years on each of the Kidnapping charges. All of those sentences will run consecutively for a total of 112 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections. Because they are considered “dangerous felonies”, the defendant will have to serve 85% of each sentence before he will be eligible for parole.

Charges were filed against Camarillo-Linan and two other individuals after officers from the Higginsville Police Department and Homeland Security were dispatched to the Super 8 Motel at the junction of Interstate 70 and 13 Hwy. When agents and officers made entry into a room at the motel, they located two partially n**e females as well as three males. After further investigation, it was determined Camarillo-Linan was hired to transport the two girls from Arizona to their families in New Jersey. When the group got to Lafayette County, the defendant decided to stop at the Super 8 so he could drink. At some point that night, the defendant determined he was not being paid enough for the trip and he contacted the girls’ families to demand more money. When the families indicated they didn’t have the thousands of dollars the defendant was demanding, he hit and kicked the girls and threatened to kill them. After numerous phone calls were made, the defendant r***d and sodomized both girls. The girls were both 20 years old at the time of the offenses.

Following the trial and sentencing, Prosecutor Hilbrenner stated, “This case has impacted me professionally and personally. We all know human trafficking happens, but to know it happens in our county was a harsh realization. These were horrific crimes, so even though the victims have zero ties to our community, I knew we had to prosecute those responsible. Although the girls were physically and emotionally traumatized and their lives will never be the same, they expressed extreme gratitude for the Higginsville Police Department and Lafayette County. I am also grateful for and proud of the hard work done on behalf of these victims, by law enforcement and by the jury. Once again, Lafayette County has shown that criminal behavior will not be tolerated.”

The Higginsville Police Department is currently accepting applications for position of 911 dispatcher. Higginsville Cent...
07/29/2021

The Higginsville Police Department is currently accepting applications for position of 911 dispatcher.

Higginsville Central dispatch is the 911 emergency services dispatch for all of Lafayette county law enforcement, fire and EMS.

Starting pay is 15.27/hr
Benifits include:

1 week vacation/ 6 months Additional week vacation/ 1 year

10 Paid Holidays

Health Insurance for employee paid by the City

City pays 49% family Health Insurance

$50,000 Life Insurance paid by the City

Applications can be picked up at the Police department 24 hours a day or at City hall during business hours. Or you can email [email protected] to request one by email.

The Higginsville Police Department is currently accepting applications for position of 911 dispatcher.

Higginsville Central dispatch is the 911 emergency services dispatch for all of Lafayette county law enforcement, fire and EMS.

Starting pay is 15.27/hr
Benifits include:

1 week vacation/ 6 months Additional week vacation/ 1 year

10 Paid Holidays

Health Insurance for employee paid by the City

City pays 49% family Health Insurance

$50,000 Life Insurance paid by the City

Applications can be picked up at the Police department 24 hours a day or at City hall during business hours. Or you can email [email protected] to request one by email.

07/28/2021
07/27/2021

On 07/24/2021 HPD Officer Caleb Crosson conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation. During the course of the stop and subsequent interactions Officer Crosson recovered approximately a half pound of suspected m**h (field tested positive for m**h), a substance believed to be heroine, approximately 60 grams of suspected psilocybin mushrooms, ma*****na, a large amount of cash and several other items commonly used to distribute narcotics. The sole occupant of the vehicle, a Jackson county resident, was placed under arrest and transported to the Lafayette county jail.

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Higginsville, MO
64037

Telephone

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Patriot Guard Ride Captain Jim Bailey wants to extend a huge THANK YOU to the officers who blocked traffic so that all the riders and the funeral procession could get off of I-70 safely and onto highway 13 to the Veterans Cemetery. You officers do not know how much the PGR RC’s appreciate you having their backs on these important missions. Stay safe and know we support our Police officers as well.
What’s the assessment and update with the power outage?
Thank you guys so much for your help and assistance yesterday.
Could tell me if they are going shut off our lights for1/2 hour to 2hours ?
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I posted this but I don't see it anymore.
There is a young girl that has a Milestone Birthday today. But her Mother is an essential worker and walked into the Covid 19 so instead of a Party Alexis and her family is in Quarantine. So if there is an Officer not too busy between 2-4 that could drive by and Light Up and give this 10 year old a Birthday to Remember that would be Great. 615 west 25th Terrace. Thank You
Congratulations on your retirement Shawn Davenport!
Why is that the police officers in Higginsville Mo do not enforce the Mask mandate for Lafayette County Mo? They don't wear masks themselves and they don't enforce business to comply. Is public safety not a priority? Just asking.
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