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Local 10-year-old becomes officer for a day
On Saturday, December 10, 10-year-old Nelly Pace had the opportunity to be an officer for a day with the Whitestown Metropolitan Police Department.
Christmas with a Cop
The 25th annual “Christmas with a Cop” program is now underway. Applications must be returned no later than 4 p.m. on November 23.
Whitestown Police to host National Night Out
The Whitestown Metropolitan Police Department is hosting a National Night Out celebration on Tuesday, August 2 from 5-8 p.m. at Eagle Church.
Bike with a Cop kicks off June 18
The Whitestown Metropolitan Police Department has announced that the Bike With A Cop program will begin Saturday, June 18.
Whitestown Police Detectives Arrest Local Man on Child Molestation Charges
The Whitestown Metropolitan Police Department Detectives, with the help of the Boone County Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Team, investigated and arrested John Eric Peterson of Whitestown, Indiana on Friday.
Traffic Stop Results in Arrest and Seizure of Marijuana, Firearms, & $40k
On Friday 5/7/2022, a WMPD Officer conducted a traffic stop on a blue Alpha Romero for following too closely and speeding (80mph in a 55mph zone) on Interstate 65 NB.
Suspects Identified in Multi-Agency Burglary/Theft Incident
During the early morning hours of Thursday April 21st, 2022, WMPD officers were dispatched to a suspicious activity report of two males going through vehicles in the parking lot at Jensen Automotive (5925 Whitestown Parkway)
Traffic Stop Leads to 10 Pounds of Methamphetamine
Whitestown K9 Officer locates 10 pounds of Methamphetamine hidden in vehicle dashboard.
Three Suspects Apprehended in Verizon Robbery
Antwuan Morris (22y), Donte Woodard (21y) and a 17yo juvenile are facing preliminary charges of: Robbery, Theft, Intimidation and Pointing a Firearm, Criminal Confinement and Resisting…all felony charges after their role in robbing the Verizon store at gunpoint. Numerous phones totaling over $12,000 were taken from the safe before the three suspects fled from police