Hobart Police Department

Hobart Police Department Welcome to the official Hobart Police Department page. We welcome your input and positive comments regarding HPD. The Hobart Police Department patrols approximately 26.7 square miles with a population (according to the 2010 census) of 29,059.

Presently, the Hobart Police Department employ's 58 sworn officers, 25 civilians, and 10 reserve officers.

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5 ARRESTED AND PENDING CHARGES FROM FRASER LANE NUISANCE HOMEOn November 27, 2020 @ approximately 3:00 AM, Hobart Office...
11/28/2020

5 ARRESTED AND PENDING CHARGES FROM FRASER LANE NUISANCE HOME

On November 27, 2020 @ approximately 3:00 AM, Hobart Officers responded to 181 Fraser Lane in reference to a 9-1-1 hang-up. Officers arrived on scene and noticed the homeowner was laying on the ground unconscious, the Officer knew the homeowner from previous overdose encounters, so he went back to his vehicle to get his NARCAN, so he could try and revive the homeowner. The Officer arrived back on scene and the homeowner had regained consciousness. The Officer noticed the homeowner had a welt over his eye and he was bleeding from his lip and his injuries were consistent with being battered.

A witness on scene stated that the suspect Eric Haines and the homeowner were involved in an argument and the homeowner dialed 9-1-1- and Mr. Haines then struck the homeowner on his on his face. Another witness stated that Eric had struck the homeowner too. As the Officers were conducting their interviews, Mr. Haines exclaimed that the homeowner was struck by James Rockhill, who was also inside of the residence.

Officers described the residence as having a red substance consistent with blood throughout the house, they also found used hypodermic needles and small packages with a residue of a possible controlled substance inside of them and were all located inside of the residence.

The homeowner was transported to St. Mary Medical Center for treatment for his injuries.

The Hobart Police Department has unfortunately had to respond to the residence on other occasions for overdose calls and those previous engagements the Officers interacted with subjects known to abuse controlled substances, specifically heroin.

The Officers of the Hobart Police Department have responded to the residence in the past and they continue to diligently pursue any criminal activity occurring in and around this residence, we want the Fraser Lane neighbors to know that we will continue to combat the illegal activities occurring in their otherwise tranquil neighborhood.
I encourage the neighbors to contact 9-1-1 if they see any suspicious activity in or around this residence, so Officers can investigate for drug activity or any other activity that can legally be recognized as being a nuisance.

The Hobart Police Department does recognize that people suffer from addictions and we strive to provide resources for those who have unfortunate addictions, but our agency also recognizes that people suffering from addictions must want to take the first step to recovery. We will always attempt to balance the needs of our residents and people suffering from addictions.

The following subjects were arrested and are pending the following charges:

James Rockhill 38 years of age of Hobart: Pending charges for Battery resulting in Serious Bodily Injury and Visiting a Common Nuisance

Eric Haines 27 years of age of Hobart: Pending charges for Battery resulting in Serious Bodily Injury and Visiting a Common Nuisance

Erin Finnerty 29 years of age of Hobart: Pending charges of Visiting a Common Nuisance and Battery

Jennifer Perez 35 years of age of Lake Station: Pending charges of Visiting a Common Nuisance and Battery

Scott Smith 58 years of age of Hobart: Pending a charge of Maintaining a Common Nuisance

The photographs below are listed in the same order as the subjects named above.

All of these subjects are innocent until proven guilty.

All the subjects are currently being held at the Lake County Jail.

***PLEASE HELP ID THIS SUSPECT, BECAUSE HE IS IN A REAL JAM AND HE MAY HAVE STICKY FINGERS***On October 31, 2020, Hobart...
11/25/2020

***PLEASE HELP ID THIS SUSPECT, BECAUSE HE IS IN A REAL JAM AND HE MAY HAVE STICKY FINGERS***

On October 31, 2020, Hobart Police responded to a business located on the 9300 block of East Ridge Road in reference to a theft of several items.

Officers arrived and met with an employee, the employee explained that items on the shelves seemed to have been moved around. The employee reviewed the surveillance video and observed the suspect below enter the building and began rummaging through the jams and jellies on the shelves. The employee reported that several containers of jams and jellies were taken.

The employee stated that the suspect then went to his truck and then backed it up to the firewood bins and it appeared as if he helped himself to some firewood too.

The vehicle appears to be a pewter colored 4 door GMC or Chevy pick-up truck with a large Harley Davidson sticker on the back window and the truck may also have a damaged or missing driver's side mirror.

The suspect appears to be a thin male white with a mustache, he appears to be wearing a multi-colored hooded jacket, a hat, light colored sweatshirt, cut-off pants and dark colored shoes.

Investigators also think it's peculiar that the suspect didn't help himself to the peanut butter or bread before he exited the building.

Anyone who can possibly assist with the identification of the "Jam Bandit" please contact Sergeant Robert Brazil @ 219-942-4666 or by e-mail @ [email protected]

The Hobart Police Department supports our Hobart Brickies! Good luck Bricks send the Marion Giants back home with a loss...
11/20/2020

The Hobart Police Department supports our Hobart Brickies! Good luck Bricks send the Marion Giants back home with a loss.

OFF THE STREET AND TUCKED AWAY AT THE LAKE COUNTY JAIL NIGHTY NIGHT MR. PPOOLTo our residents, the Hobart Police Departm...
11/20/2020

OFF THE STREET AND TUCKED AWAY AT THE LAKE COUNTY JAIL NIGHTY NIGHT MR. PPOOL

To our residents, the Hobart Police Department is committed to ensuring we are able to live in a safe community. We will continue to persevere through these difficult times and HPD wants you to know we are here for you!

As a result of an on-going drug investigation being conducted by the members of the Hobart Police Department, on November 10, 2020 investigators were able to make a controlled buy of suspected methamphetamine from the suspect, James Ppool from his residence located at 4035 Missouri Street in Hobart. On November 16, 2020, investigators were able to make another controlled buy of suspected methamphetamine from Mr. Ppool. The two controlled purchases made of the suspected methamphetamine both were field tested and both tested positive for methamphetamine. As a result of the purchases made of methamphetamine from Mr. Ppool, the investigators applied for a search warrant for Mr. Ppool's residence and were issued a search warrant.

On November 18, 2020 at approximately 6:30 AM, the Northwest Indiana Regional SWAT team and Hobart investigators executed the search warrant at Mr. Ppool's residence, which resulted in the arrest of Mr. Ppool and six other individuals, who were also located inside of his residence. Investigators recovered several firearms, US currency and a 1-gallon clear Ziplock bag that contained suspected methamphetamine, which a subsequent field test of the substance confirmed the presence of methamphetamine.

Investigators were also to determine that Mr. Ppool had been convicted of a felony for possession of cocaine with intent to sell/ manufacture in Pinellas County Florida.

Mr. Ppool is currently being held at the Lake County Jail and he has been charged with the following:

Dealing in Methamphetamine- Level 2 Felony
2 counts of Dealing in Methamphetamine- Level 3 Felony
Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Serious Violent Felon- Level 4 Felony

Charges are pending for the remaining 6 individuals who were also arrested.

Types of activities synonymous with drug activity may include:

-more than normal amounts of pedestrian or vehicle traffic to and from a particular area or residence for short periods of time

-increased amounts of people continuously loitering or gathering inside the residence

-increased amounts of graffiti in or around the suspect house

-you may witness hand to hand drug transactions

-you may see people using drugs or over hear them talking about selling drugs

-resident(s) of the home may display signs of being paranoid

If you see this type activity, please document the time of day, names of the individuals(if known), types of vehicles and license plate information (if available), please give this type of information when you report it to the Hobart Police Department.

If anyone notices any suspicious drug activity in their neighborhood, please contact Commander Nicholas Wardrip @ [email protected] or @ 219-942-4485. Anyone reporting the activity will remain anonymous.

On November 18, 2020 @ approximately 6:30 AM, the Officers from the Hobart Police Department were assisted by the Northw...
11/18/2020

On November 18, 2020 @ approximately 6:30 AM, the Officers from the Hobart Police Department were assisted by the Northwest Regional SWAT Team with an execution of a search warrant on a residence located on the 4000 block of Missouri Street. This search warrant was part of an ongoing narcotics investigation being conducted by members of the Hobart Police Department. There were 7 people taken into custody and one of the people taken into custody owned/ rented the home. Members of the Hobart Police Department's evidence recovery team recovered narcotics and firearms from inside of the residence. This case is still an ongoing investigation and it hasn't been determined when charges will be presented against the target of the investigation. The following people were taken into custody this morning from inside of the residence:

Male/ 26 years of age/ Residence: Gary
Male/ 27 years of age/ Residence: Portage
Male/ 33 years if age/ Residence: Hobart
Male/ 54 years of age/ Residence: Hobart
Female/ 27 years of age/ Residence: Lake Village
Female/ 44 years of age/ Residence: Lake Station
Female/ 23 years of age/ Residence: Plymouth

The Hobart Police Department would like to thank the Northwest Regional SWAT Team for their assistance this morning and their continuous support of the Hobart Police Department.

Types of activities synonymous with drug activity may include:

-more than normal amounts of pedestrian or vehicle traffic to and from a particular area or residence for short periods of time
-increased amounts of people continuously loitering or gathering inside the residence
-increased amounts of graffiti in or around the suspect house
-you may witness hand to hand drug transactions
-you may see people using drugs or over hear them talking about selling drugs
-resident(s) of the home may display signs of being paranoid

If you see this type activity, please document the time of day, names of the individuals(if known), types of vehicles and license plate information (if available), please give this type of information when you report it to the Hobart Police Department.

If anyone notices any suspicious drug activity in their neighborhood, please contact Commander Nicholas Wardrip @ [email protected] or @ 219-942-4485. Anyone reporting the activity will remain anonymous.

***OWNER HAS BEEN LOCATED, THANK EVERYONE FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE***PHONE FOUNDThe photo is a picture of the possible owner ...
11/12/2020

***OWNER HAS BEEN LOCATED, THANK EVERYONE FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE***

PHONE FOUND

The photo is a picture of the possible owner of the phone. Please, if you know either one of the individuals shown in the photo, please tell them to contact the Hobart Police Department @ 219-942-1125 or go to the police department. The phone is in the clerks office and someone will be able to assist you.

The Hobart Police Department and Kiwanis are partnering and will be hosting a food drive on November 10th, 2020 and all ...
11/02/2020

The Hobart Police Department and Kiwanis are partnering and will be hosting a food drive on November 10th, 2020 and all of the donations will be collected on behalf of the Hobart Food Pantry.

The Hobart Police Department supports our community and would like to help our community members who are less fortunate during these difficult times.

Please take a moment and read the brochure below for the times and location for the food drop off.

Thank you for your support and let's continue to support our Hobart community!

10/27/2020

Statement from St. Mary's Staff "St. Mary Medical center Emergency Department can help victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and interpersonal violence. Our Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE's) are trained to address survivors' specific needs. This means we are dedicated to compassionately and holistically caring for victims and survivors when they are at their most vulnerable".

The Hobart Police Department is appreciative of the support of the SANE Nurses and Nursing Staff at St. Mary's Medical Center. The compassion and support they show to the patients they treat on a daily basis is a true example their committment to our community!

Please take a moment and view the video they prepared for everyone, so we can see firsthand how our SANE Nurses and Nusres feel about assisting others!

Thank You!

The Hobart Police Department would like to thank Centier Bank for their continued support of the Hobart Police Departmen...
10/26/2020

The Hobart Police Department would like to thank Centier Bank for their continued support of the Hobart Police Department SERV Program! Please take a moment and click on the link below and read the information about financial abuse.

Centier Bank is proud to partner with the Hobart Police Department SERV program during Domestic Violence Awareness Month in an effort to spread awareness about Financial Abuse. Centier Bank is committed to providing easily accessible financial wellness resources to the community through our Financial Education program, Centier to You. To find out more about the signs of Financial Abuse and learn about ways to help safeguard your financial future, contact Financial Education Coordinator, Lauren Zurbriggen by visiting centier.com/financial-education/.

The Hobart Police Department is seeking public assistance to identify the below individual for the investigation of a Th...
10/21/2020

The Hobart Police Department is seeking public assistance to identify the below individual for the investigation of a Theft and Fraud which occurred on October 7th, 2020. If you have any information on the individual pictured below, please contact Det. Brandon Kissee at 219-942-1125 ext. 1122 or email at [email protected].

On October 9, 2020, the Lake County Traffic Safety Partnership conducted a Sobriety Checkpoint in Hobart, IN, with offic...
10/16/2020

On October 9, 2020, the Lake County Traffic Safety Partnership conducted a Sobriety Checkpoint in Hobart, IN, with officers from our department along with the cooperation of the Lake Station Police Department, Merrillville Police Department, St. John Police Department, Griffith Indiana Police Department and Lowell Police Department. The Checkpoint was one of the most productive since we began the program. We would like to the thank the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute for funding this program. We would additionally like to thank SAFE For Lake County, For Life, for the grant we received for the generator and light towers to keep our officers and those passing through safe. Please see the attached breakdown of charges.

POLICE REFUTE FIREFIGHTER LED PROPAGANDADear Hobart Residents:  It is truly with a heavy heart that I feel I have to wri...
10/15/2020

POLICE REFUTE FIREFIGHTER LED PROPAGANDA

Dear Hobart Residents:
It is truly with a heavy heart that I feel I have to write this letter to you. As your Police Chief, I have stayed away from using this office to engage the political fray that occurs from time to time. Those issues are meant to be sorted out by the elected officials and the citizens that are involved. However, when one department, some of its membership and its supporters are repeatedly making accusations and commentary that are not factual, and are, in fact, an insult to our officers, fulltime and volunteer, and administration, something needs to be said.

In police and fire circles, we have regularly used the saying apples and oranges for the responsibilities of police service and fire service. The job descriptions, duties, and department responsibilities are obviously very far apart.

SALARY & BENEFITS
I have heard and read firefighters complain about disparity in wages and benefits. These are negotiated areas with elected officials. Our representatives bring to the table what surrounding police agencies are making and negotiate for a similar wage.
I have also read firefighters exclaiming that the police officers did not deserve their $2500 raise that we had negotiated for 3 years ago. In fact, they were cheering and encouraging elected officials to reject our raise. The negotiated wage was $2500 year 1, $0 on year 2, and $2500 on year 3, which was less than 8% spread over 3 years. Instead, it turned out to be less than 4% over those 3 years. The police officers were not happy and after some intense but failed negotiation, they have moved on without making a public spectacle. Even though persecuted by the world view of “defund the police” and fellow public safety mocking our efforts, police representation never placed blame on any other city department or its spending, which has been a very unprofessional habit of the firefighters.

However, when negotiating a raise in “First Class” pay for police officers five years ago, which is a scale that directly impacts retirement pay, the Police Union President and myself insisted that the firefighters get the same $10,000 increase in that line. Why? Because it was fair, and regardless of an individual’s fitness, both careers take its toll on the person. Both pensions allow retirement at the age of 52 and it should.

OVERTIME
I was budgeted $60,000 in overtime for the entire department this year. By May, We had spent an estimate of $23,000 and were projected to stay within our budget. The Fire Department is reported to have spent $400,000 by the same time and it is reported to have gone grossly over budget. I am not sure how many firefighters work actual fire suppression, maybe less than 50, but that is about $8,000 a piece in four months. Every department in the city had their paid overtime halted. Police officers were bothered by it but did not protest or blame the firefighters for it. They did not speak of the seemingly unnecessary 2 extra medics and 2 extra firefighters working every day even though the calls did not seem to support the extra staffing. Oh yes, COVID happened, but why would the actual call for service numbers not show an increase.

On multiple occasions, firefighters or their supporters have shown a list of highest overall earnings in the City of Hobart. The fact is a large amount of the compensation listed for police officers is state or federal grant overtime. We apply for and participate in many state and federally funded initiatives that reimburse the city 100% of the overtime, and often times, 100% of the costs of the use of the patrol vehicle. These initiatives keep our community safer and are a smart investment of available tax dollars that you worked hard for and would otherwise go to other communities.

PUBLIC SAFETY INCOME TAX REVENUE
When our county approved a Local Option Income Tax, half of the revenue portion was to go to public safety purposes. I have been Chief for over 7 years and for the first couple years we were able to use about 20% of it for police vehicles.

Realizing there was increasing pressure and competition for that funding; we worked on our efforts in a federal initiative, Domestic Highway Enforcement (DHE). It is a joint task force with the State Police to address all crimes and criminal activity on the highways. We have officers that get paid overtime to work DHE patrols and we submit quarterly mileage reports for reimbursement for vehicle use. Often times, large volumes of drugs (heroin, cocaine, marijuana, ecstasy, methamphetamine, etc…) and other contraband are taken off the streets before reaching the neighborhoods. During these investigations, varying amounts of US currency is lawfully seized through the DEA. Through the federal court process and hearings, most assets are seized and submitted in portion for forfeiture to our local agency.

I have read of firefighters and their supporters claiming that the police department is wasting tax dollars on fancy police vehicles, 4 wheel drive trucks and SUVs, which leaves no Public Safety Income Tax revenue for the firefighters and their equipment needs. The fact is with the exception of the first couple years at 20% or so; NONE of $1.1 or $1.2 million dollars is spent on police vehicles with very little on the police at all. Income tax dollars are almost exclusively encumbered with firefighter expenses and equipment. We have used asset forfeiture proceeds to compliment the expense of our fleet, not income tax dollars. Even though a city with 2 public safety departments, fire and police, the fire department spends and encumbers well over 95% of those dollars. Dollars that were not available before Brian Snedecor became Mayor. YET, the naysayers have the nerve to blame the police department and the Mayor on overspending on the police. Actually, the truth be told, the inverse has occurred.

As a Police Chief, I have run as lean a budget as possible while still providing my community the very best services that I can. Administratively, my Captains and I scour all the available sources for state and federal funding to assist our department with keeping up with the needs of the community. We don’t ask for any praise or accolades for what we do, but we try to give credit where credit is due (and our Clerk Treasurer Deb Longer) has encouraged and helped us along the way. The fact is we are very proud of how far we could go to provide the best training and resources at the least expense, and it is very unfair to have another public safety entity grossly mislead our community on the facts of funding. The FACT is that if we were not as diligent as we are with every dollar and every resource available to us, we would have had to compete and prioritize our needs for the income tax dollars leaving something less for the Mayor to spend on the fire department. WE are not asking for praise, BUT please leave us out of your misleading rhetoric.

STAFFING
This is another area of apples and oranges. We are asked to do completely different tasks. I have exactly 67 police officers today. A couple of years ago, in the height of our grants for personnel efforts, we reached 69 officers. The last 2 were hired with State Asset Forfeiture NOT tax dollars. Yet the Fire Department was afforded the opportunity to hire two also WITH tax dollars. Out of 67 officers left, I have 3 more retiring and will be out of the workforce soon. I have 11 more that can retire at anytime, and with the “I hate law enforcement sentiment” in this country, who could blame them.

Out of the 64 left actively policing, 44 of those are wearing a uniform and answering your calls in Patrol. 6 more police officers are working as School Resource Officers with 70% compensation back for the entire cost of their salary, rank, benefit package, and vehicles from the School City of Hobart. It is a great program that benefits both the community at large and the children. They spend every day in the school with the kids, and train, take their personal time owed, and assist with park patrol in the short amount of time left in the summer. 3 are assigned to drug investigations with 2 regularly working DHE. 9 are working detectives, 1 working code enforcement, 2 Captains and me in Administration keeping it all going. There are a lot more responsibilities for a police department outside of answering your call for help, but your call for help always comes first. Of the employees above, a detective, our victim’s advocate, and an assistant are all funded with grant money from the violence against women act.

We also have about 20 volunteer Reserve Police Officers that, unfortunately, have been a little maligned in recent weeks by firefighters and their supporters. Our Reserve Officers train for hundreds of hours with training officers before we put them out on assignments. They do not handle every type of situation that a fulltime officer does and nor should they. They do VOLUNTEER their time to come out and make our community a better place. I recently read a fire union representative state that the only reason our reserves do what they do is for $20-$40 an hour in “side job” money. Honestly, this was a “slap in the face.”

The FACT is that is completely untrue for those in our program. After several hundred dedicated hours and 20 or more hours a month, a few do work a side job from time to time with compensation from private entities. The vast majority of them do not work side jobs and only volunteer in our community. Some have no interest in being the fulltime police at all. Some desire to be the fulltime police and this gives us an opportunity to train and work with them before they start. Unfortunately, we cannot hire them all so we do train some who go off to other agencies to work, making our region a better place. To disparage my reserve officers or disrespect their volunteerism for a political agenda is shameful.
Staffing is an apples and oranges thing as I said. We answer nearly 30,000 calls for service a year with the 44 officers working Patrol. IF you must compare staffing numbers, those 44 officers in the trenches is what gets the visible police work done.

We even got creative with our scheduling to reduce overtime and put more officers out during peak call times of the day 12pm (noon) to 4am (morning). Of course, we have major incidents that cannot possibly be managed with the officers on the street. For that, we do the same as the fire department and call for mutual assistance from our neighbors. We make ourselves available to them. For major events, like a protest on US 30, many of my officers adjusted their schedules to be available or took compensatory time only (at straight time rate) to ensure the job got done. And our neighbors helped us like we helped them.

Do we have sickness and ailments? Sure we do, and at times it does strain our personnel. Due to the emergent and unexpected nature of our calls, COVID has hit the police department the hardest. My officers are not complaining. They are not out telling the citizens, “sorry I could have gotten here faster if there were more of us.” AND if they did, I would be looking to discipline them for frightening the public unnecessarily. No one could or should try to predict what “coulda, shoulda, woulda” happened. Only the good Lord can know our ultimate fate.

COMMUNICATION AND COOPERATION
I feel it necessary to close this letter on the issue of communication and cooperation. To begin, I have discussed these issues with the Fire Chief. These are not a surprise to him by any means. I have repeatedly asked him to rein his firefighters in when it comes to “bashing” the police department or their unfair rhetoric toward us. He regularly would respond that he talked to the individual or “the guys” about the issue and stated they would do better. Yet, here we are month after month after month; the police department continues to be the whipping post for this nonsense.

I have tried as a Chief to cooperate. I personally consider Fire Chief Randy Smith a friend and it is part of my heavy heart to cause him grief (or my other friends who are active and retired firefighters). The fact is that IF you persist on spewing untruths and nonsense rhetoric publicly (which their firefighters and union rep have), there has to be consequences. Our community deserves to know the truth and not only the political pandering of firefighters and their supporters that are taking advantage of a cancel culture with their nonsense.

By law, each of our line items whether in our budget or in asset forfeiture can only be used for set, specific purposes. As the Clerk Treasurer and our routine audits can attest to, we take that very seriously, as the law requires.

On occasion, I have extended an olive branch to try to assist the fire department. Under Fire Chief Ellenberger, we negotiated the purchase and funding of two 4wd trucks when we purchased ours to get the firefighters and medics through blizzard type weather. Under Fire Chief Kerr, we purchased rifle rated ballistic vests to go with each piece of equipment that he felt needed them. Under Chief Smith, we purchased a multiple battery charger unit for recharging drone batteries to keep it airborne, and later new batteries for the same drone since older ones were defective. We negotiated the lease and funding of a new copier machine at their fire station. We offered space in the Police and Court Complex with access to servers, phones, and technology to 3 or 4 fire administrators that come and go daily. Finally, for years now and into the future, we will use asset forfeiture, if available, to relieve the burden on Public Safety Income Tax revenue, which considering our fair share should equate to $500,000 - $600,000 a year.
What have we received in return? Now you know.

Sincerely,

Rick Zormier
Chief of Police

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705 E 4th St
Hobart, IN
46342

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