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Navajo County Sheriff's Office We, the employees of the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office, commit to providing all individuals a safe environment using innovative techniques and resources while being sensitive to the needs of each community.
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***Posting Policy:*** The purpose of this site is to present matters of public interest for the Navajo County Sheriff's Office. We encourage you to submit questions, comments, and concerns, but please note this is a moderated online discussion and not a public forum. NCSO reserves the right to hide or delete posts and comments that are considered inappropriate, crude, profane and vulgar. Members of the community who consistently violate this policy will be permanently removed from posting. Inappropriate submissions include: 1. Vulgar language. 2. Personal attacks of any kind. 3. Comments or content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, genetics, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or intellectual disability or sexual orientation. 4. Spam or links to other sites. 5. Advocate illegal activity. 6. Promote particular services, products, or political organizations. 7. Infringe on copyrights or trademarks. 8. Personally identifiable medical information. 9. Information that may compromise the safety, security or proceedings of public systems or any criminal or civil investigations. Thank you for your consideration. Photos submitted by users privately on this page may be used on Facebook and elsewhere with proper attribution.

05/11/2020

Weekly Recap
May 3- May 10, 2020

NCSO Traffic Stops: 60
NCSO Arrests: 18
NCSO Calls for Service: 647
Total 911 Calls: 357
Total Individuals Booked into NCSO Detention Center: 58

Pinetop Fire District's Community Newsletter is a helpful read as we head into the weekend. Stay safe!
05/08/2020

Pinetop Fire District's Community Newsletter is a helpful read as we head into the weekend. Stay safe!

Chief Morgan's 2020 Community Firewise, Ready-Set-Go, Wildfire Newsletter. #PinetopFireDistrict #ReadySetGo #Firewise

Did you know?
05/08/2020

Did you know?

❓ Did you know ❓
❗You must obtain a permit to burn agricultural or yard debris on your property.

✔ You can apply for a burn permit through your local fire department or Navajo County if you live in an area that is not serviced by a fire department.

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📌Follow the links below to request a burn permit from the applicable agency:

📌Navajo County https://www.navajocountyaz.gov/Departments/Emergency-Management-and-Preparedness/Open-Burning-Permit

📌Joseph City Fire https://sites.google.com/josephcityfire.com/home/burn-permits

📌Holbrook Fire http://www.ci.holbrook.az.us/fire-department/4593680027

📌Heber/Overgaard Fire http://azalert.com/hofd/find-it-fast/request-a-burn-permit/

📌Taylor/Snowflake Fire http://www.tayloraz.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Burn-Permit-TSFMD.pdf

📌Pinedale/Clay Springs Fire http://clayspringspinedalefiredepartment.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Burn-Permit-Pg2.pdf

📌Timber Mesa Fire http://timbermesafire.org/burning-form/

📌Pinetop Fire http://www.pinetopfire.com/customer-service/burn-permit-info.htm

📌Winslow Fire due to COVID related closures, no burn permit is required at this time, but individuals must call Winslow PD dispatch at 928-289-2431 prior to burning. Once COVID closures are lifted, one must obtain a burn permit at the City of Winslow Water Department.

National Correctional Officers WeekMay 3- May 9, 2020The general population should fully appreciate Correctional Officia...
05/08/2020

National Correctional Officers Week
May 3- May 9, 2020

The general population should fully appreciate Correctional Officials. They are capable of the physical and emotional demands made of them daily.
- Ronald Reagan

Navajo County Sheriff's Office Transport Officers and Court Security Officers

National Nurses WeekMay 6- May 12, 2020Care for one, that is love. Care for hundreds, that is what nursing is. Thank you...
05/08/2020

National Nurses Week
May 6- May 12, 2020

Care for one, that is love. Care for hundreds, that is what nursing is.

Thank you all nursing staff for working hard, especially during this trying time.

National Correctional Officers WeekMay 3- May 6, 2020.No group of Americans has a more difficult or less publicly visibl...
05/07/2020

National Correctional Officers Week
May 3- May 6, 2020.

No group of Americans has a more difficult or less publicly visible job than the brave men and women who work in our correctional facilities.
-Ronald Reagan

Sergeant McCollam's crew.
"I would like to thank my crew for being so loyal during this trying time. You have all inspired me by the way you continue to come to work and do your best."
-Sergeant McCollam

05/06/2020
National Correctional Officers Week!May 3- May 9, 2020.The value that Correctional Officers have on providing a public s...
05/06/2020

National Correctional Officers Week!
May 3- May 9, 2020.

The value that Correctional Officers have on providing a public service is largely unknown to the public they serve.

Sergeant Young's crew.
"I cannot express the appreciation I have for you all. During this pandemic, we have been frustrated and exhausted, but we continue to stay strong. Thank you all."
-Sergeant Young

Holbrook Police Department
05/06/2020

Holbrook Police Department

***UPDATE***KALEB HAS BEEN LOCATED SAFE****UPDATE***

This is a photograph of the vehicle regarding the recent amber alert that was issued for Kaleb Smith.

Holbrook Police Department
05/06/2020

Holbrook Police Department

***UPDATE***KALEB HAS BEEN LOCATED SAFE****UPDATE***

This is a photograph of the vehicle regarding the recent amber alert that was issued for Kaleb Smith.

Please be on the lookout.
05/06/2020

Please be on the lookout.

***UPDATE***KALEB HAS BEEN LOCATED SAFE***UPDATE***

The Holbrook Police Department and the parents of Kaleb Smith are asking for the public's assistance. Kaleb left his residence this morning to go on a run, wearing a red shirt and black shorts. He contacted his family a short time later via messenger and has not returned home or to work.

We are asking the public and his friends, if you have any information as to where Kaleb is at to let us know. Kaleb is not in any criminal trouble and his family just wants to know where he is at and that he is safe.

You can call dispatch at 928-524-4050, PD office at 928-524-3992 or email at [email protected] with any information.

National Correctional Officer's Week!May 3- May 9, 2020.No guns, just guts. Sergeant Davis's crew. Sergeant Davis wants ...
05/05/2020

National Correctional Officer's Week!
May 3- May 9, 2020.

No guns, just guts.
Sergeant Davis's crew.

Sergeant Davis wants to recognize this hardworking group for their amazing teamwork. Thank you all for what you do!

Photos from Navajo County Sheriff's Office's post
05/05/2020

Photos from Navajo County Sheriff's Office's post

We understand many of you have been practicing social distancing and going out and enjoying nature. Please be considerat...
05/04/2020

We understand many of you have been practicing social distancing and going out and enjoying nature. Please be considerate of others and our beautiful land and pick up after yourself.

The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests have seen record visitation over the past couple of weekends. Recreating comes with responsibility. Every sport has rules for safety and fairness and that applies for all recreational activities on public lands. These rules exist to protect each individual, young and old, wildlife, and the natural resource.

This weekend, a majority of the recreators on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests did not show respect for any of that to include public law.

Most visitors recreating with families have little children, with big bright eyes and the ability to remember just about every detail. They are watching every move mom, dad, grandpa, aunt, uncle, and cousin make, soaking up everything, from the way the forests smelled to how their role models treated the forest during maybe their very first camping trip, bike ride, hike, or hunt. Was the camp site or trail treated like a post-apocalyptic wasteland with trash and feces everywhere a human laid foot? Was a tradition of destruction created or tradition of caring for the lands?

Camping, hiking, biking, and hunting are ways to connect to the land as well as connect with friends and family. Destroying the land and having no remorse while doing so displays selfishness and disrespect. When recreating on public lands, please recreate responsibly and help minimize water contamination, spread of disease, and social and aesthetic impacts. Use Leave No Trace, Pack it in, Pack it out, and Tread Lightly ethics and guidelines to keep the forests and its visitors safe. It is up to you.

How to dig a cathole:

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=how+to+dig+a+cathole#kpvalbx=__VqwXs-zA5iHytMP0_Sy-A030

05/04/2020

Weekly Recap
April 26- May 2, 2020.

Total NCSO Traffic Stops: 33
Total NCSO Arrests: 11
Total NCSO Calls for Service: 563
Total 911 Calls: 320
Total Individuals Booked into NCSO Detention Center: 38

ROADWORK ROUNDUP These ADOT projects start this week. • I-40, HolbrookPavement preservation on I-40 near Holbrook begins...
05/04/2020

ROADWORK ROUNDUP
These ADOT projects start this week.

• I-40, Holbrook
Pavement preservation on I-40 near Holbrook begins Monday, May 4. Crews are scheduled daily from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. between Perkins Valley Road (milepost 283) and Navajo Boulevard (milepost 289). East- and westbound I-40 will be narrowed to one lane in each direction.
In addition:
- All ramps at Perkins Valley Road (exit 283) will be closed on Monday, May 4.
- All ramps at Hopi Drive (exit 285) will be closed on Tuesday, May 5.
- All ramps at both Navajo Boulevard exits will be closed Wednesday, May 6 (exit 287 & exit 289).

ROADWORK ROUNDUP

These ADOT projects start this week.

• St. Anselm Bridge, I-40, Houck
Starting Monday, May 4, the St. Anselm Road bridge over I-40 in Houck will be closed for a reconstruction project. I-40 drivers will need to use either the Allentown Road exit or the Pine Springs Road exit, and make left turns to come back to St. Anselm Road.

• I-40, Holbrook
Pavement preservation on I-40 near Holbrook begins Monday, May 4. Crews are scheduled daily from 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. between Perkins Valley Road (milepost 283) and Navajo Boulevard (milepost 289). East- and westbound I-40 will be narrowed to one lane in each direction.
In addition:
- All ramps at Perkins Valley Road (exit 283) will be closed on Monday, May 4.
- All ramps at Hopi Drive (exit 285) will be closed on Tuesday, May 5.
- All ramps at both Navajo Boulevard exits will be closed Wednesday, May 6 (exit 287 & exit 289).

• I-19, Sahuarita
From 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 5 through 5 a.m. Wednesday, May 6, northbound I-19 will be a single lane between Sahuarita and Duval Mine Road for bridge work.

• Sentinel Rest Areas, I-8
The Sentinel Rest Areas along I-8 will be closed Tuesday, May 5, and Wednesday, May 6, while the road is paved. The closures are scheduled from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- Westbound I-8 Sentinel Rest Area (milepost 83) will be closed Tuesday, May 5.
- Eastbound I-8 Sentinel Rest Area (milepost 83) will be closed on Wednesday, May 6.

• I-8, Sentinel
From Thursday, May 7 through Saturday, May 9, paving work will close several I-8 ramps near Gila Bend. Crews will be working from mileposts 82-96. The eastbound I-8 on- and off- ramps will be closed from 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 7, to 5 a.m. Friday, May 8. The westbound I-8 on- and off- ramps will be closed from 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 8, to 5 a.m. on Saturday, May 9.

• US 60, Wickenburg
Monday, May 5 and Tuesday, May 6, there will be daytime lane closures on US 60 near Wickenburg for re-striping work. The closures will occur between State Route 74 and Mockingbird Road. Crews will be working on both directions of the highway from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

---------::- Ongoing Projects -::----------

• US 60, White Mountains Area
New pavement between 40th Street and State Route 61 (between mileposts 344 and 353). Also includes rehabilitation work on a bridge; and new guardrails and pavement markings.
Details: https://bit.ly/3bGzOUS

• Loop 101 (Price Freeway), East Valley
Widening the freeway between Baseline Road and Loop 202 (Santan), as well as the northbound bridge over Chandler Boulevard.
Details: https://bit.ly/2RY8Wb9

• Loop 101 (Pima Freeway), Phoenix/Scottsdale
Widening the freeway between I-17 (Phoenix) to Pima Road, and rebuilding the 15th Avenue bridge.
Details: https://bit.ly/34Z2gP5

• Ruthrauff Road/I-10 Interchange, Tucson
Widening I-10 and Ruthrauff Road, as well as lowering the freeway to go under Ruthrauff.
Details: https://bit.ly/3bJRxek

• I-10, Vail
Replacing the bridge deck on State Route 83 and Wentworth/Colossal Cave Road (over I-10)
Details: https://bit.ly/2VTaDYf

• Pinto Creek Bridge (US 60), Miami
Replacing the old bridge
Details: https://bit.ly/2PwgyCM

• Gila River Bridge (State Route 77), Winkelman
Replacing the Gila River Bridge, guardrails and pavement markings.
Details: https://bit.ly/2lZZuH8

• I-15 Virgin River Gorge, Littlefield
Rehabilitating three bridge decks
Details: https://bit.ly/2LTDmuB

May 3- May 9, 2020, is National Correctional Officers Week. Today we would like to recognize Sergeant Shaw’s shift. Serg...
05/04/2020

May 3- May 9, 2020, is National Correctional Officers Week.
Today we would like to recognize Sergeant Shaw’s shift. Sergent Shaw wanted to let everyone know how proud he is of his shift for continuing their duties here at Navajo County, especially with everything going on in the world, he is glad he has his crew willing to show up every day to continue operations and keep one another safe. Sergeant Shaw is thankful to work along their side.

Correctional Officers have some of the toughest jobs in law enforcement. Unfortunately, we often forget the personal sacrifices they make daily.

Thank you, Correctional Officers, not only here in Navajo County, but everywhere.

05/01/2020
Kayenta Township and St. Mary’s Food Bank distributes food to community members in the Kayenta area. The Navajo County S...
04/30/2020

Kayenta Township and St. Mary’s Food Bank distributes food to community members in the Kayenta area. The Navajo County Sheriff, David Clouse, Chief Deputy Brian Swanty, Lieutenant Wylie Williams, Deputy Nathaniel Simonson, and Deputy Emerson Lee provided assistance with traffic control and security during the event. Bottled water and supplies were delivered to the Kayenta Justice Court, the Arizona DPS Kayenta sub-station, and the Navajo Nation Police Department, Kayenta District.

Thank you to all the businesses who have continually donated supplies.

Clifford was found safe. Thank you to everyone who shared our post.
04/30/2020

Clifford was found safe. Thank you to everyone who shared our post.

***UPDATE: April 29, 2020 at 6:30 pm
Clifford was found safe. Thank you to everyone who shared our post.

UPDATE: April 28, 2020, at 10am. Clifford was last seen last night, April 27, 2020, at Safeway in Show low with another individual. Navajo County Sheriff's Office will continue our search to check on the wellbeing of Clifford. Any information is appreciated.
Missing Person!

04/29/2020
04/29/2020

UPDATE: 04/29/20 @ 3:50
All 9-1-1 and non-emergency lines are operational again.

PSA!
Our 9-1-1 and non-emergency lines are currently down. At this time, we do not have an approximate time frame as to when the lines will be operational. If you have an emergency, please call:
928-289-6860 Opt #3
928-532-6060 Opt #3
928-241-4109
928-524-1455
928-524-3102
We will give an update as soon as the lines become operational.

04/28/2020
Navajo County Sheriff’s Office would like to wish Sheriff Clouse a very Happy Birthday!
04/28/2020

Navajo County Sheriff’s Office would like to wish Sheriff Clouse a very Happy Birthday!

***UPDATE: April 29, 2020 at 6:30 pmClifford was found safe. Thank you to everyone who shared our post. UPDATE: April 28...
04/28/2020

***UPDATE: April 29, 2020 at 6:30 pm
Clifford was found safe. Thank you to everyone who shared our post.

UPDATE: April 28, 2020, at 10am. Clifford was last seen last night, April 27, 2020, at Safeway in Show low with another individual. Navajo County Sheriff's Office will continue our search to check on the wellbeing of Clifford. Any information is appreciated.
Missing Person!

Sheriff Clouse and Chief Deputy Swanty are pleased to announce Bruce Tucker has accepted the position as Deputy Chief of...
04/28/2020

Sheriff Clouse and Chief Deputy Swanty are pleased to announce Bruce Tucker has accepted the position as Deputy Chief of Operations with Navajo County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Chief Tucker has had a love for law enforcement from the early age of 15. He became an Explorer (a branch of Boy Scouts of America) with Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. Being an explorer, Deputy Chief Tucker received law enforcement training, attended junior police academies, and routinely rode alongside Deputies. He remained an explorer until the age of 21 when he was able to be employed by Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.
In 1989 Deputy Chief Tucker became a Detention Officer in Maricopa County and worked there for 19 months, then attended and graduated from the Phoenix Regional Police Academy on November 1st, 1991 and was assigned to Patrol. During Deputy Chief’s 20 years with Maricopa County, he served as a Detention Officer, Patrol Deputy, Lake Patrol Deputy, Lake Patrol Detective, Homicide Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Internal Affairs Sergeant, Lieutenant of Internal Affairs and lastly Lieutenant over a portion of General Investigations.
Deputy Chief Tucker accepted a position with the County Attorney’s Office in Navajo County in 2010 where he served as a sworn Detective for 10 years.
Navajo County Sheriff’s Office is excited for Deputy Chief Tucker to become a part of our team, he brings much knowledge and experience with him. Congratulations Deputy Chief Tucker!

This morning, Navajo County Sheriff’s Office Command Staff gave the welcoming speech to the Detention Academy Cadets, Cl...
04/27/2020

This morning, Navajo County Sheriff’s Office Command Staff gave the welcoming speech to the Detention Academy Cadets, Class 109. The Detention Academy is an 8-week long academy held here in Navajo County. In this academy, the cadets will learn the basics of becoming a Detention Officer. This class has 11 cadets who are all here with Navajo County Sheriff’s Office. We are excited to see the growth of these 11 individuals. Good luck to all.

Navajo County Sheriff's Office would like to offer our sincerest condolences. Prayers are with family and friends at thi...
04/27/2020

Navajo County Sheriff's Office would like to offer our sincerest condolences. Prayers are with family and friends at this time.

LCMC is deeply saddened and broken-hearted over the loss of one of our long time beloved employees. Our love and prayers go out to the family during this difficult time.

04/27/2020

Weekly Recap
April 19- April 25, 2020.

Total NCSO Traffic Stops:13
Total NCSO Arrests: 22
Total NCSO Calls for Service: 554
Total 911 calls: 304
Total Individuals Booked into the NCSO Detention Center: 37

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***Posting Policy:***

The purpose of this site is to present matters of public interest in Navajo County, including its many residents, businesses and visitors. We encourage you to submit questions, comments, and concerns, but please note this is a moderated online discussion and not a public forum. Navajo County reserves the right to hide or delete posts and comments that are considered inappropriate, crude, profane and vulgar. Members of the community who consistently violate this policy will be permanently removed from posting.

Inappropriate submissions include:

1. Vulgar language.

2. Personal attacks of any kind.

3. Comments or content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, genetics, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or intellectual disability or sexual orientation.

4. Spam or links to other sites.

5. Advocate illegal activity.

6. Promote particular services, products, or political organizations.

7. Infringe on copyrights or trademarks.

8. Personally identifiable medical information.

9. Information that may compromise the safety, security or proceedings of public systems or any criminal or civil investigations.

Thank you for your consideration. Photos submitted by users privately on this page may be used on Facebook and elsewhere with proper attribution.

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