My name is Greg Southers and I’m the lead law enforcement officer for Prince’s Lakes. I am writing you today to ask our residents for a little assistance. As most of you are aware, illegal narcotics activity in southern Johnson County and the Prince’s Lakes area is on the rise. Along with the drug activity,
We would like to introduce you to Prince’s Lakes Police K9 Officer Shaylee! Chief Southers is K9 Shaylee’s handler and they have worked tirelessly training and certifying Shaylee to detect narcotics this past year. Shaylee is certified in detecting the odors of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroine, articles and tracking. Recently Chief Southers, along with
A youngster’s plans for a police-themed birthday party nearly fell apart when none of the kids he invited said they would come. But thanks to an officer with the Prince’s Lakes Police Department, a little boy turning seven got a party he will never forget. There is not much that Westyn Ziegler loves more than
Town Receives Grants In early August our Town Council began the process of applying for a monetary grant from the Johnson County Community Foundation. The Johnson County Community Foundation was established twenty-five (25) years ago. The foundation’s primary goal is to support causes that matter and make a difference in each of our county’s communities.
During the month of September , Sergeant James Coffey (Prince’s Lakes Police), Officer Lee Britt (Trafalgar Police Department), and Reserve Officer John Grounds (Prince’s Lakes Police Department) hosted two full days of training. The training was held at the old Indian Creek elementary school. Officers from PLPD, TPD, and WPD attended. A total of 31
The ladies of F.O.P. Lodge #154 Auxiliary treated Prince’s Lakes Police Department to lunch today to remind us that all law enforcement are family. We were treated to delicious chicken tacos, drinks and of course tasty deserts! We greatly appreciate them stopping by to feed us and spend time with us!