Burlington Police Department

Incident at Catfish Bend Casino
12:28 pm
Thu February 13, 2014

Arrest in Officer-Involved Shooting

David Cross, 40, of Burlington faces multiple charges in connection with an incident at Catfish Bend Casino Wednesday night.

A Burlington man has been arrested in connection with an officer-involved shooting at Catfish Bend Casino Wednesday night.

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Lack of Money
3:41 pm
Thu September 12, 2013

Burlington No Longer Pursuing Building

Burlington Police Department

Burlington has stopped its search for a new home for one of its departments.

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Fire/Smoke Damage To School
8:14 pm
Tue August 7, 2012

Teens Arrested for Burlington Arson

The Burlington Police Department arrested Austin Williams, 13, of Burlington and Daniel Lynn, 13, also of Burlington, in connection with a "suspicious" fire at Corse Elementary School.

The juveniles are charged with 2nd Degree Arson, which is a Class C Felony that carries a maximum penalty of ten years in prison.

The Burlington Fire Department responded to an automatic fire alarm at the school at 9:07 P.M. on Sunday, August 5.  They discovered a fire on the roof and smoke in the hallways.

The estimated damage to the school is less than $10,000.

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Testing in Early August
8:19 am
Fri July 27, 2012

Burlington Police Chief Finalists

Burlington’s search for a new police chief has reached the “Final Four” as the Civil Service Commission has certified the eligibility of four finalists.

Two of the finalists are currently employed by the city of Burlington: Lt. Darren Grimshaw and Major Doug Beaird, who is currently serving as interim police chief.

The other two finalists are from outside of the region.

Zim Schwartze is a former emergency management and public safety coordinator in Missouri and Charlie Dennis is a former police chief in Arizona.

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Applications Being Accepted
4:40 pm
Tue June 12, 2012

Burlington Police Chief Retiring

  • Chief Luttenegger on Retirement

Burlington is in the market for a new police chief as Dan Luttenegger is calling it a career after 31 years in law enforcement.

He is retiring after spending almost his entire career with the Burlington Police Department, moving up the ranks from patrol officer to chief.

Luttenegger was appointed to the top spot in the department in 2007 following the death of former Police Chief Dave Wunnenberg.

He says the time is right for him to step aside as he reaches retirement age later this month.

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