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06/02/2021

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Sealed bids due by noon on 06/09/2021 at Higginsville PD





2000 Pontiac Montana # 1GMDX03E5YD193203

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2000 Pontiac Montana # 1GMDX03E5YD193203

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We are proud to be the home of the Veterns Cemetery, on this Memorial Day come out and help remember the reason for the ...
05/31/2021

We are proud to be the home of the Veterns Cemetery, on this Memorial Day come out and help remember the reason for the Hoilday.

MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM - The Higginsville State Veterans Cemetery will hold our annual Memorial Day Program on Monday, May 31, 2021 at 1:00 PM The program will end at approximately 1:45PM and guests are invited to tour the cemetery.

Our Guest Speaker will Chris Stout with Hope Faith in Kansas City.

PLEASE bring a lawn chair and an umbrella for either rain or shine.

Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day was established as a day for Americans to honor those who were killed during the Civil War. It was not until after World War I that Memorial Day was expanded to honor those who have died in all American wars. Memorial Day was declared a national holiday in 1971 and was placed on the last Monday in May.

The Missouri Veterans Commission operates seven State Veterans Homes, five State Veterans Cemeteries, and the Veterans Services Program. The Commission is committed to honoring and serving Missouri’s Veterans whose dedication and sacrifices have preserved our nation and its freedoms.

We wish everyone a safe and fun memorial weekend! Please keep those who served and sacrificed in your thoughts this week...
05/29/2021

We wish everyone a safe and fun memorial weekend! Please keep those who served and sacrificed in your thoughts this weekend.

We wish everyone a safe and fun memorial weekend! Please keep those who served and sacrificed in your thoughts this weekend.

05/27/2021

HIGGINSVILLE RESIDENT SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS

On April 23, 2021, Ronnie Summers, 44, of Higginsville, Missouri, was found guilty of Assault of a Law Enforcement Officer in the Second Degree, Resisting Arrest and Possession of a Controlled Substance following a bench trial litigated by Lafayette County Prosecuting Attorney, Kristen Ellis Hilbrenner. On May 17, 2021, the defendant was sentenced as a Prior and Persistent felony offender to 10 years on the Assault of a Law Enforcement Officer charge, 7 years concurrent on the Resisting Arrest charge and 10 years consecutive on the Possession of a Controlled Substance charge for a total of 20 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections.

The charges arose after an officer with the Higginsville Police Department made contact with the defendant around 9:00 pm on February 26, 2020. Law enforcement responded to Cypress Street and 22nd Street in Higginsville following a report of a suspicious person being in the area. When the officer arrived there, he located the defendant. After a brief conversation, the officer requested consent to search the defendant and the defendant consented to that search. The officer located m**hamphetamine on the defendant. As the officer attempted to place the defendant under arrest, the defendant took off running. As a result of having ahold of the defendant when he took off running, the officer fell and suffered serious physical injuries. He still pursued the defendant and was able to take him into custody with the assistance of another officer. When questioned, the defendant admitted he was caught with the m**hamphetamine and was on parole so he ran. The entire incident was captured on the officer’s body camera.

At the sentencing hearing, Prosecutor Hilbrenner argued for a lengthy sentence in the Department of Corrections noting the defendant’s dangerous behavior, the seriousness of the officer’s injuries and the defendant’s extensive criminal history, which includes at least 10 prior felonies. According to Hilbrenner, “this defendant has been a danger to the community for years. He has run from law enforcement before and with his crimes, he continues to create more victims. His actions this time caused an officer to be seriously hurt and the officer will continue to deal with the results of those injuries even after he no longer works as a law enforcement officer. It is clear this defendant will not stop committing crimes and he needs to be removed from our community.” Judge Dennis Rolf followed the recommendation of the State and sentenced the defendant to a total of 20 years in the Department of Corrections.

05/20/2021

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.

The Police Department would like to congratulate this year’s 5th grade students on their successful completion of the D....
05/18/2021

The Police Department would like to congratulate this year’s 5th grade students on their successful completion of the D.A.R.E. program! We would also like to send a sincere thank you to the Higginsville Rotary Club for their financial sponsorship of the D.A.R.E. shirts for every student!

The Police Department would like to congratulate this year’s 5th grade students on their successful completion of the D.A.R.E. program! We would also like to send a sincere thank you to the Higginsville Rotary Club for their financial sponsorship of the D.A.R.E. shirts for every student!

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05/14/2021

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1999 Dodge Grand Caravan vin# 1B4GP44G5XB800989

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1999 Dodge Grand Caravan vin# 1B4GP44G5XB800989

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In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May ...
05/10/2021

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.

For more information you can visit

https://nleomf.org/programs-events/national-police-week

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.

For more information you can visit

https://nleomf.org/programs-events/national-police-week

Severe storms are possible late this evening! Wind gusts up to 70 mph and hail are the main concern.
05/08/2021

Severe storms are possible late this evening! Wind gusts up to 70 mph and hail are the main concern.

Severe storms are possible late this evening! Wind gusts up to 70 mph and hail are the main concern.

05/04/2021

On 04/30/2021 Higginsville Police Officer Dinovi executed a vehicle stop for a traffic violation. During the course of the stop Officer Dinovi discovered the subject was on Missouri probation and parole for felony drug possession and felony delivery of a controlled substance. Upon further investigation the subject was found to be in possession of approximately 110 grams of suspected m**h that field tested positive to be m**h. While speaking with the subject he advised Officer Dinovi that he had used his 1400 government stimulus payment to help purchase the m**h. The subject was arrested and transported to the Lafayette county jail where he was charged with trafficking of a controlled substance with a 50,000 dollar bond. On 05/03/2021 the subject posted bond and was released from the Lafayette county jail.

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05/03/2021

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1997 Ford Ranger vin# 1FTCR14A5VPA84519

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Some vehicles may require a reserve bid to be met

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Sealed bids due by noon on 05/10/2021 at Higginsville PD





1997 Ford Ranger vin# 1FTCR14A5VPA84519

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Vehicles come with bill of sale only, no title.













Some vehicles may require a reserve bid to be met

A huge thank you to the Lafayette County Health Department for donating two new child safety seats for us to use in the ...
04/27/2021

A huge thank you to the Lafayette County Health Department for donating two new child safety seats for us to use in the event that we have to transport a child in our patrol cars.

A huge thank you to the Lafayette County Health Department for donating two new child safety seats for us to use in the event that we have to transport a child in our patrol cars.

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04/26/2021

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Sealed bids due by noon on 05/02/2021 at Higginsville PD





1998 Nissan Maxima vin#JN1CA21A0WM803506

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Some vehicles may require a reserve bid to be met.

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Sealed bids due by noon on 05/02/2021 at Higginsville PD





1998 Nissan Maxima vin#JN1CA21A0WM803506

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Vehicles come with bill of sale only, no title.













Some vehicles may require a reserve bid to be met.

04/22/2021

The Lafayette County Sheriff's Office will be participating in the National Take Back Day on Saturday April 24th. You will be able to drop off at the Sheriffs Office at 107 S. 11th St in Lexington or the PWSD Water District Office at the corner of 18th and Walnut in Higginsville.

Winter is making another appearance! We have some snow moving in tonight, after midnight, but moving out around noon on ...
04/20/2021

Winter is making another appearance!

We have some snow moving in tonight, after midnight, but moving out around noon on Tuesday.

Winter is making another appearance!

We have some snow moving in tonight, after midnight, but moving out around noon on Tuesday.

04/20/2021

“Stronger Together: Unite to Uplift Victims”

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week: April 18-24, 2021

Each and every day in America, 45 people are murdered, 46 people are killed by drunk drivers, 570 women and men are sexually assaulted, 10,000 people are assaulted, 1,600 women are battered by an intimate partner, 2,482 children are abused or neglected, 9,391 homes are burglarized and over 25,000 people become victims of identity theft. This is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, a time-honored tradition in America where we join together to recognize the devastating impact of crime on victims and communities, and to dedicate ourselves to helping victims and survivors of crime.
When you are victimized by crime, strength is som**hing that is ripped away from you. You have no control over the criminal act, and often feel helpless in its aftermath. Crime often creates a sense of weakness and loss of power that can only be overcome by the caring and compassion of others.
Crime victims and survivors gain strength from others who offer greatly needed support. Our unity that surrounds the impact of victimization confronts not only crime and criminal offenders, but also the victims who need, survive and thrive on our compassion and willingness to help them in their time of need.
During the annual observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, let us re-commit to uniting as a community to uplift our victims and stand with them as they recover in the aftermath of crime. Let us honor those in our community who have been victims of crime and have survived. Let us celebrate the strength those survivors have shown.
Let us also thank those in our community who have supported, assisted, encouraged and cared for those victims as they navigated their way through a most difficult time. The hopelessness many victims feel can only be lifted by the helpfulness of those who are willing to serve them with concern and compassion. Your caring does make a difference.

Thank you to the Bates City PD for surprising our dispatchers with some homemade cinnamon rolls and other goodies!!!
04/16/2021

Thank you to the Bates City PD for surprising our dispatchers with some homemade cinnamon rolls and other goodies!!!

Thank you to the Bates City PD for surprising our dispatchers with some homemade cinnamon rolls and other goodies!!!

Thank you to LifeFlight Eagle for surprising our dispatchers with some sweet treats!!!
04/16/2021

Thank you to LifeFlight Eagle for surprising our dispatchers with some sweet treats!!!

Thank you to LifeFlight Eagle for surprising our dispatchers with some sweet treats!!!

Thank you to theMU Air Medical transport team for supporting our dispatchers!
04/14/2021

Thank you to theMU Air Medical transport team for supporting our dispatchers!

Thank you to theMU Air Medical transport team for supporting our dispatchers!

Attention parents of High School students. Tomorrow on 4/13/21, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors will get to take part in...
04/12/2021

Attention parents of High School students. Tomorrow on 4/13/21, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors will get to take part in the Arrive Alive driving simulation at school. Freshmen students will get to observe, but due to time constraints, they will not be able to do the actual simulation portion. Arrive Alive is a simulation experience where students will be in a real vehicle while it simulates either distracted driving, drugged driving, or drunk driving. Parents, be sure to ask your students tomorrow evening about their experience and what they learned! Special thanks to First Call Kansas City, and Department of Mental Health for providing grant funding of the event, as well as School Social Worker Amanda Struchtemeyer and SRO Smithson for organizing this eye opening experience for the young drivers in our community.

Attention parents of High School students. Tomorrow on 4/13/21, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors will get to take part in the Arrive Alive driving simulation at school. Freshmen students will get to observe, but due to time constraints, they will not be able to do the actual simulation portion. Arrive Alive is a simulation experience where students will be in a real vehicle while it simulates either distracted driving, drugged driving, or drunk driving. Parents, be sure to ask your students tomorrow evening about their experience and what they learned! Special thanks to First Call Kansas City, and Department of Mental Health for providing grant funding of the event, as well as School Social Worker Amanda Struchtemeyer and SRO Smithson for organizing this eye opening experience for the young drivers in our community.

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Higginsville, MO
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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 ?
Will you have a new driver in your house soon? Would you like to know more about how to support and help train your new driver? First Impact offers a FREE 90-minute evidence-based traffic safety program that educates parents and teen drivers about Missouri’s Graduated Driver License law. First Impact ZOOM Kansas City Region is scheduled for January 12, 2021, from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. https://www.facebook.com/events/3904966522852327
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.
Please pass this on. It is a scam website taking advantage off the corona virus and selling face masks.