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Pike County Crime Stoppers


The Pike County Crime Stoppers would like to wish everyone a happy and safe 2011.  Crime Stopper Tips received during 2010 have assisted in recovering over $16,000.00 in property with over $2,800.00 paid out for tips resulting in arrests.  If you have information on any crimes taking place in Pike County IL, you are urged to call Pike County Crime Stoppers at 217-285-1500.   All tips are anonymous.  You will never be asked to identify yourself or give any personal information about yourself.   If you call in a tip, you will be given a tip number.  You must retain the tip number for any future contacts regarding your Crime Stopper tip.  If your tip results in an arrest and a payout is awarded, you must call Crime Stoppers with your assigned tip number to receive instructions on how to collect your reward.


Crime of the Week


Crime of the Week

The Pittsfield City Police have received numerous reports of items being taken from vehicles at varying locations around Pittsfield.  Reports were filed between November 8, 2015 and November 16, 2015.  Items reported taken from interior of vehicles described as I POD, Phone Chargers, Soda, Cigarettes, wallets, and prescription medication.  If you have any information on this or any other crimes taking place in Pike County, call Crime Stoppers at (217)-285-1500.  All callers remain anonymous and if your tip is used in making an arrest, you will be eligible for up to a $1000.00 Cash Reward. 

Deputy Dan Brennecke

Crimestoppers Coordinator


Pike County Crime Stoppers

Fugitive of the Week


The Pike County Sheriff’s Department holds an active warrant for 40 year old Kyle S Heistand of Barry.  Heistand stands 6 foot 2 inches tall, weighs 220 pounds, has brown hair, and brown eyes.  Heistand is wanted on a Pike County IL warrant for Theft with a bond of $12,000.00.  If you know the whereabouts of Heistand, call Crime Stoppers of Pike County at (217) 285-1500.  All calls are anonymous and if your tip leads to an arrest, you will be eligible for a cash reward. 

Deputy Dan Brennecke







Pike County Crimestoppers General Notice

Crimestoppers would like to take this opportunity to remind you of a few small steps you can take to help yourself from becoming a crime victim.   Lock all doors and windows in your house.  While making plans to leave for an extended time, remember to arrange for someone to watch over your house while you are away.  Remember to also remove keys and lock the doors on your vehicle while unattended, even while parked in your driveway.  If you have any information on any crime in Pike County, you are urged to call Crimestoppers at 217-285-1500.  If your tip is used in making an arrest, you will be eligible for a cash reward.    

Crime Stoppers holds its monthly meetings at the Pike County Sheriff's Department on the second Thursday of the month. Crime Stoppers is run by a Board of Directors, which consists entirely of volunteers from the Crime Stopper Membership. Crime Stoppers is always looking for new members who wish to make a difference in their community. 

If you would like to become a member of this organization, call 285-1500 and ask to be sent information.  If you have called Crimestoppers in the past, you may have a reward coming to you.  Call and find out. You must have your confidential Crimestoppers number when you call.


Contact Information


Postal address
P.O. Box 242
Pittsfield, IL 62363
Electronic mail
General Information: info@pikecountycrimestoppers.org
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