BrandWells Websiteon Wells, Patrolman

Officer Wells is a native of southern Illinois and relocated to southern Indiana after his term with the U.S. Army where he was stationed in Fort Stewart, Georgia as a Combat Engineer.  Prior to enlisting in the U.S. Army, Officer Wells attended Vincennes University’s Law Enforcement Program.  He graduated from the South West Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in November 2016 after joining the Boonville Police Department as a Patrolman in July 2016.  Officer Wells is married with 4 children.  He enjoys hunting, camping, boating, and watching his children participate in sports.    

Casey M
Miller Websiteiller, Patrolman

Officer Casey Miller grew up in Boonville.  She attended Boonville High School and graduated in 2005.  Before joining the Boonville Police Department in 2016, she was a dispatcher at the Warrick County Sheriff’s office for 8 years.  Officer Miller graduated the Southwest Law Enforcement Academy in November 2016.  On her spare time she enjoys spending  time with her husband and children.

Winters Website
Trevor Winters, Patrolman
Officer Winters joined the Boonville Police Department in May 2017. He began his law enforcement career in Gibson County, where he served as a Corrections Officer at the Gibson County Jail and a Patrol Officer at the Oakland City Police Department for two years. Officer Winters graduated from the South West Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in May of 2016. In Officer Winter’s spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends.

Brown WebsiteMatthew Brown, Patrolman

Officer Matthew Brown joined the Boonville Police Department in July, 2017. Matthew served as a security forces member for four years in the United States Air Force. After serving our country, he safely drove one million miles across the lower 48 states as an owner operator truck driver. After feeling  a call to be closer to home and serve the community, Officer Brown decided to park his wheels and joined the Warrick County Sheriff's Office as a correctional officer. Later that year, he joined the Boonville Police Department as a patrolman. He enjoys woodworking, hunting and spending time with his wife and two children.

Wiseman Website
Caleb Wi
seman, Patrolman

Officer Wiseman became a Marine in 2010 straight out of high school. In 2011-2012 he was deployed to Afghanistan and served as a combat engineer where he specialized in IED detection and explosive breaching. Officer Wiseman got out of the Marines in 2014 and went to work at a factory for three years before being hired on at the Boonville Police Department. He enjoys spending time with my wife and son also enjoys doing things outdoors.