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Road Conditions:Deputies are reporting snow, and high winds are making zero visibility for driving conditions in the Elk...
12/26/2021

Road Conditions:

Deputies are reporting snow, and high winds are making zero visibility for driving conditions in the Elko area. Drive SLOW and if possible stay home.

There is a Winter Weather Advisory until Sun. 1:00 PM PST.

Road Conditions:

Deputies are reporting snow, and high winds are making zero visibility for driving conditions in the Elko area. Drive SLOW and if possible stay home.

There is a Winter Weather Advisory until Sun. 1:00 PM PST.

12/23/2021
Lieutenant Promotion:We would like to say congratulations to our new Detention Lieutenant Adrienne Parry. Congratulation...
12/23/2021

Lieutenant Promotion:

We would like to say congratulations to our new Detention Lieutenant Adrienne Parry.

Congratulations and we are sure you will do excellent in your new position.

Please congratulate Lieutenant Parry on her promotion.

Lieutenant Promotion:

We would like to say congratulations to our new Detention Lieutenant Adrienne Parry.

Congratulations and we are sure you will do excellent in your new position.

Please congratulate Lieutenant Parry on her promotion.

12/18/2021
12/14/2021
The Elko County Sheriff’s office received a Blue Line Nevada metal art with the words “Never Forgotten” across it from T...
11/12/2021

The Elko County Sheriff’s office received a Blue Line Nevada metal art with the words “Never Forgotten” across it from TSAWHAWBITTS Metal Designs. Owners Randy and Sheri Eklund-Brown have donated multiple items of metal art to our office and we are so thankful for the stunning wall art for the office.

The Elko County Sheriff’s office received a Blue Line Nevada metal art with the words “Never Forgotten” across it from TSAWHAWBITTS Metal Designs. Owners Randy and Sheri Eklund-Brown have donated multiple items of metal art to our office and we are so thankful for the stunning wall art for the office.

11/12/2021

Reminder: Applications are due today for Santa and his elves to start reviewing.

Detective:We would like to welcome Lauren Herman to our Detectives Division. Congratulations and we are sure you will do...
10/28/2021

Detective:

We would like to welcome Lauren Herman to our Detectives Division.
Congratulations and we are sure you will do well in your new assignment.
Please congratulate Detective Herman on her new position!

Detective:

We would like to welcome Lauren Herman to our Detectives Division.
Congratulations and we are sure you will do well in your new assignment.
Please congratulate Detective Herman on her new position!

10/26/2021
10/26/2021

UPDATE: SCHOOL SHOOTING THREAT ARREST
Elko County School Resource Officers assisted by their local and federal law enforcement partners were able to locate the suspect who used social media to threaten a school shooting at Elko and Spring Creek High Schools. The 9th grade suspect was taken into custody late Monday night by Elko County School Resource Officers and booked into the Elko County Juvenile Detention facility.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank everyone who assisted with this investigation and helped located this suspect.

10/26/2021

SCHOOL SHOOTING THREAT
The Elko County Sheriff’s Office, Elko County School Police and the Elko Police Department are aware of the recent threat of school shootings at Spring Creek and Elko High Schools. This threat has been sent out today via social media. We are currently working with other law enforcement partners to identify the individual(s) posting this malicious threat. This is an ongoing investigation and law enforcement will provide updates as the investigation progresses.

Anyone with specific information on the individual(s) responsible for this incident is strongly encouraged to contact local law enforcement. The Elko County Dispatch number is (775) 777-7300.

10/22/2021
We have applications! If you know of a family that could use some help this holiday send them in to fill out an applicat...
10/13/2021

We have applications! If you know of a family that could use some help this holiday send them in to fill out an application. 🎁🎁

It’s an exciting week for us! Applications have been sent to our law enforcement agencies, school counselors and community resources as of yesterday. If you are interested or know of a family in need, please fill out the application. Applications need to be filled out in full, partial ones will not be considered. Applications are due by 11/12/21.

Also, only 74 more days until Christmas! 🎅🏼

Photos from Shop With a Cop, Inc.'s post
10/12/2021

Photos from Shop With a Cop, Inc.'s post

Photos from Shop With a Cop, Inc.'s post
10/12/2021

Photos from Shop With a Cop, Inc.'s post

Detective:We would like to welcome Brett Carter to our Detectives Division. Congratulations and we are sure you will do ...
10/03/2021

Detective:

We would like to welcome Brett Carter to our Detectives Division. Congratulations and we are sure you will do well in your new assignment.

Please congratulate Detective Carter on his new position!

09/22/2021
September 12th is National Police Woman Day! The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank all the women serving ...
09/13/2021

September 12th is National Police Woman Day!

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank all the women serving in the police force. We would especially like to thank our own female Deputies who serve our community and keep us safe. Their dedication and courage does not go unnoticed. Thank you for your service!

September 12th is National Police Woman Day!

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank all the women serving in the police force. We would especially like to thank our own female Deputies who serve our community and keep us safe. Their dedication and courage does not go unnoticed. Thank you for your service!

09/09/2021
09/08/2021
Updated 09/05/21: the goats were reunited with their owner. Animal Control was called to the area of Lamont Drive and Sp...
09/04/2021

Updated 09/05/21: the goats were reunited with their owner.

Animal Control was called to the area of Lamont Drive and Spring Valley Parkway for two goats who lost there way. Animal Control spent several hours attempting to locate the owners with no luck. If you know where these two belong, please contact Elko Central Dispatch 777-7300 and let the Sheriff’s Office know where these goats belong.

Amber Alert - Derek RowleyOn August 20, 2021, the Elko County Sheriff’s Office received information that indicated Amber...
08/21/2021

Amber Alert - Derek Rowley

On August 20, 2021, the Elko County Sheriff’s Office received information that indicated Amber Alert suspect Derek Rowley was near HD Summit.

Elko County Sheriff’s Office deputies along with the assistance of the Nevada Highway Patrol located Derek Rowley on US 93 near HD Summit. Rowley was arrested on the Carbon County, Utah outstanding warrant, charging Kidnapping listing no bail.

The children were reunited with family members.

Amber Alert - Derek Rowley

On August 20, 2021, the Elko County Sheriff’s Office received information that indicated Amber Alert suspect Derek Rowley was near HD Summit.

Elko County Sheriff’s Office deputies along with the assistance of the Nevada Highway Patrol located Derek Rowley on US 93 near HD Summit. Rowley was arrested on the Carbon County, Utah outstanding warrant, charging Kidnapping listing no bail.

The children were reunited with family members.

08/05/2021
08/02/2021

08.01.2021- Lamoille Canyon

Lamoille Canyon Road ClosureLamoille Canyon Road has been closed until further notice due to additional mudslides and ro...
08/02/2021

Lamoille Canyon Road Closure

Lamoille Canyon Road has been closed until further notice due to additional mudslides and rock fall caused by unusual weather activity today.

All citizens are asked to avoid the area until further notice.

The public is also encouraged to avoid areas where the potential for flash flooding, mudslides and rock fall debris are possible.

Additional information will be provided as it becomes available.

Charleston Road Closed On July 31, 2021, Elko County Sheriff’s Office received calls about flash flooding and mudslides ...
08/01/2021

Charleston Road Closed

On July 31, 2021, Elko County Sheriff’s Office received calls about flash flooding and mudslides on the Charleston Road and towards Jarbidge. No one was injured or stuck in any of the flash flooding or mudslides. Individuals reported they were camping above one of the mudslides, however decided due to the rain they would wait the rain out and head home in the morning.

The Charleston Road to Jarbidge has been closed due to three separate mudslides. Elko County Roads will be working to re-open the roadway this week. It is estimated the Charleston Road will be shut down for the next week for road repairs.

Southfork RoadOn July 31, 2021, deputies responded to a flash flood on the south side of Southfork Reservoir. It was ini...
08/01/2021

Southfork Road

On July 31, 2021, deputies responded to a flash flood on the south side of Southfork Reservoir. It was initially reported a vehicle was washed off the roadway and a person was climbing out of the vehicle's sunroof.

Deputies located an unoccupied vehicle about 1-mile south of the causeway on the Lower South Fork Road. The vehicle was off the roadway and surrounded by water.

It was determined no one was injured, just a bit scared as they found themselves being swept off the roadway.

Elko County Roads assisted with road signs, warning drivers of the flooded roadway.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind people not to drive through flooded areas of roadway.

Southfork Road

On July 31, 2021, deputies responded to a flash flood on the south side of Southfork Reservoir. It was initially reported a vehicle was washed off the roadway and a person was climbing out of the vehicle's sunroof.

Deputies located an unoccupied vehicle about 1-mile south of the causeway on the Lower South Fork Road. The vehicle was off the roadway and surrounded by water.

It was determined no one was injured, just a bit scared as they found themselves being swept off the roadway.

Elko County Roads assisted with road signs, warning drivers of the flooded roadway.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind people not to drive through flooded areas of roadway.

Lamoille CanyonOn July 30, 2021, deputies responded to a reported flash flood and mud slide in Lamoille Canyon. Approxim...
08/01/2021

Lamoille Canyon

On July 30, 2021, deputies responded to a reported flash flood and mud slide in Lamoille Canyon.

Approximately one-half mile above Thomas Campground, deputies located two areas of the roadway that were covered by sand, rock, and mud. No one was trapped or injured by the slide.

Elko County Roads and Nevada Department of Transportation employees quickly responded with two frontend loaders and a plow. The roadway was closed for approximately 2-hours while the sand, rocks, and mud were removed.

Several individuals patiently waited at the Lamoille Canyon Trail Head while the roadway was cleared.

07/24/2021
The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to say Thank You to PACE Coalition for their continued support. PACE Coaliti...
07/16/2021

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to say Thank You to PACE Coalition for their continued support. PACE Coalition donated to the Elko County Sheriff’s Office K-9 program, which helped purchase K-9 SLY.

Deputy McLauchlin was selected to be an Elko County Sheriff’s Office K-9 handler and K-9 SLY’S partner. Deputy McLauchlin and K-9 SLY attended a Basic Canine Handler School here in Elko and an Advanced Canine Development week in Bozeman, Montana. Deputy McLauchlin learned many scientific principles that apply to training police service dogs, how to handle a police service dog and bonded nicely with K-9 SLY.

Deputy McLauchlin and K-9 SLY graduated the Basic Canine Handler School by passing an intense written exam and the practical K-9 handling testing process in May. The practical testing process tested the team’s ability to search, reliably locate and properly alert to the odor of narcotics. Deputy McLauchlin and K-9 SLY have been working together as a team on the streets of Elko County since.

Again, Thank You PACE Coalition for your continued support of the Elko County Sheriff’s Office.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to say Thank You to PACE Coalition for their continued support. PACE Coalition donated to the Elko County Sheriff’s Office K-9 program, which helped purchase K-9 SLY.

Deputy McLauchlin was selected to be an Elko County Sheriff’s Office K-9 handler and K-9 SLY’S partner. Deputy McLauchlin and K-9 SLY attended a Basic Canine Handler School here in Elko and an Advanced Canine Development week in Bozeman, Montana. Deputy McLauchlin learned many scientific principles that apply to training police service dogs, how to handle a police service dog and bonded nicely with K-9 SLY.

Deputy McLauchlin and K-9 SLY graduated the Basic Canine Handler School by passing an intense written exam and the practical K-9 handling testing process in May. The practical testing process tested the team’s ability to search, reliably locate and properly alert to the odor of narcotics. Deputy McLauchlin and K-9 SLY have been working together as a team on the streets of Elko County since.

Again, Thank You PACE Coalition for your continued support of the Elko County Sheriff’s Office.

07/13/2021

Don’t forget the Elko County Sheriff’s Office Annual Cops & Burgers is tomorrow.

All proceeds go to the Nevada Special Olympics. We will have hamburgers, hot dogs and chorizos for sale. We also have some great raffle prizes to include a Traeger grill, 12 gauge tactical shot gun, golf course packages, massage certificates and so much more! Hope to see you there!

Cops & Burgers 🍔

July 14th 2021
11-2pm at the Elko County Sheriff’s Office parking lot

Silver State StampedeThe Silver State Stampede saw a record number of attendees for both Friday and Saturday nights even...
07/12/2021

Silver State Stampede

The Silver State Stampede saw a record number of attendees for both Friday and Saturday nights events. It was great to see everyone having a wonderful time.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office and all the deputies that worked the event, would like to say Thank You to all the attendees and staff for all the kind words and respect given to one another. Thank you Elko County!

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office has reported receiving multiple calls today from citizens stating Lt. Silva from our of...
07/09/2021

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office has reported receiving multiple calls today from citizens stating Lt. Silva from our office is contacting them and stating they have a warrant for either missing jury duty or a missed court date. The Elko County Sheriff’s Office wants to make our citizens aware that this is a SCAM.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office will not contact you via phone to advise you of a warrant. We urge our citizens to share this information so no one falls victim to this scam.

If this happens to you and you give a scammer money and you reside in the county, please contact the Elko County Sheriff’s Office main number at 775-738-3421 to make a report.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office has reported receiving multiple calls today from citizens stating Lt. Silva from our office is contacting them and stating they have a warrant for either missing jury duty or a missed court date. The Elko County Sheriff’s Office wants to make our citizens aware that this is a SCAM.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office will not contact you via phone to advise you of a warrant. We urge our citizens to share this information so no one falls victim to this scam.

If this happens to you and you give a scammer money and you reside in the county, please contact the Elko County Sheriff’s Office main number at 775-738-3421 to make a report.

07/09/2021

2021 - SILVER STAR OPERATION

Elko County, Nevada, July 2021 – The Elko County Sheriff’s Office and the Elko Police Department teamed up with the U.S. Marshals Service to conduct a week-long joint operation. During the operation, officers focused on s*x offender verification and targeted offenders with active local, state, and federal arrest warrants.

During the operation law enforcement conducted 162 s*x offender verifications throughout Elko County. Law enforcement determined 86 offenders were in compliance, 62 offenders were not home, and 14 offenders were non-compliant. Law enforcement officers will conduct further follow-up in attempt to verify the 62 offender’s information that were not home. Officers will open criminal investigations on the 14 offenders that were identified as non-compliant.

Warrant arrests:

With the assistance of the U.S. Marshals Service, Donald Alexander YOUNG, 35 YOA of Montello was located and arrested in Kamas, Utah. On January 15, 2021 the Elko County Sheriff’s Office responded to an incident in the Montello area and investigated an incident that identified YOUNG as the suspect in a s*xual assault. It was later determined YOUNG had moved to the Salt Lake City area and was possibly frequenting Kamas, Utah. On June 30, 2021, agents of the U.S. Marshals Service located YOUNG at a residence in Kamas, Utah. YOUNG’s warrant was issued with the charges of; S*xual Assault, Battery with Intent to Commit S*xual Assault Upon Victim Age 16 or Older, Domestic Battery by Strangulation, Child Abuse or Neglect, Coercion with Physical Force or Immediate Threat of Physical Force and False Imprisonment, Bail 182,500.00.

STOBBE, Gregory Leon: 5,101.00; Failure to Appear on a Judgement Debtor Hearing.

DIAZ, Lionel Fuentes: 5,000.00; Failure to Register as a S*x Offender and 740.00 No Proof of Financial Responsibility.

ROMERO-BUGARIN, Estaban: 5,000.00; Open or Gross Lewdness, 5,000.00; Failure to Appear on Assault on Protected Person.

DUGGAL, Raj Naresh: 5,000.00; Open or Gross Lewdness.

UPTON, Isabella Rae: 5,000.00 Battery Resulting in Substantial Bodily Harm.

RINALDO, Jesse Dane: 15,000.00; Possession of a Controlled Substance.

LEYVA, Kyle David: No Bail; Domestic Battery Failure to Comply with Sentencing, No Bail; Domestic Battery and Disturbing the Peace, 1,140.00 Petit Larceny.

SHARLOW, Kaylee; 15,000.00; Conspiracy to Commit Grand Larceny Grand Larceny.

The Elko County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the U. S. Marshals Office and the Elko Police Department with this effort to keep our community safe.

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775 W Silver St
Elko, NV
89801

Telephone

+17757383421

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