Tag Archive for County Sheriff

Endangered Runaway: ANNEMARIE ROLD (WA)

ANNEMARIE ROLD, Age Now: 17, Missing: 07/11/2013. Missing From SPOKANE, WA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Spokane County Sheriff’s Office (Washington) 1-509-453-2233. …read more

From: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – WA

Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury swears in new Chief Admin Deputy

Sheriff Salisbury swearing in Chief Ehrich

During a ceremony held Monday morning at the Mason County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Casey Salisbury swore in the new Chief Administrative and Financial Deputy, Theresia Ehrich.

Chief Ehrich’s family, friends and many elected officials were present for the swearing in ceremony as she took the oath of office as a Chief Deputy of the Mason County Sheriff’s Office.

Chief Ehrich will oversee the finance & administration functions of the Mason County Sheriff’s Office. She brings to this office over 30 years of professional experience. Chief Ehrich was the former Chief Financial Manager for the Mason County Auditor’s Office and has assisted the Sheriff’s Office in financial management since the Sheriff Whybark administration.

Sheriff Salisbury stated that the addition of Chief Ehrich is a common sense action in order to be fiscally and financially responsible. Her skills and her dedication to serving the people of Mason County makes Chief Ehrich the very best choice for this office.

Missing: ELIZABETH WRIGHT (WA)

ELIZABETH WRIGHT, Age Now: 17, Missing: 11/09/2013. Missing From GRANDVIEW, WA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Yakima County Sheriff’s Office (Washington) 1-509-574-2500. …read more

From: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – WA

Awards and recognitions at January Mason County Sheriff’s Breakfast

Group photo of OCCU supporting the K-9 program.  Left to right, Sheriff Casey Salisbury, Sergeant Trevor Severance (K-9 Supervisor), OCCU Bert Fisher, Deputy Sheriff Sean Dodge with K-9 “Kona”, Animal Control Officer Cindy Brewer with K-9 “Jack”, and OCCU Daris Devaney.

The first of the monthly Sheriff’s Breakfasts for 2014 was held on Friday, January 31, 2014, at the Little Creek Casino. Over 90 public safety professionals gathered for this wonderful event, now in its seventh year.

Law Enforcement officials representing municipal, county, state and federal agencies, Fire/EMS officials representing city, county and regional districts, Public Health Officials, Retirees from different agencies, Community Group representatives from different neighborhoods and volunteers within the public safety/service field all enjoyed a breakfast buffet and meeting hosted by Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury.

1.Sheriff Casey Salisbury passing around the plastic bear to gather donations for the Polar Plunge

Sheriff Casey Salisbury passing around the plastic bear to gather donations for the Polar Plunge

First, Sheriff Salisbury advised all attendees about the 2014 Mason County Emergency Services Polar Bear Plunge, being held Saturday, February 1st, 2014, from 11 AM to 4 PM, at the Alderbrook Resort and Spa, Union, WA. Sheriff Salisbury then passed around a plastic container in the shape of a bear, requesting donations. He is going to jump into the icy water of the Hood Canal and all donations will go to support emergency services in Mason County.

Sheriff Salisbury also reminded everyone about the Grand Opening, Building Dedication, Open House and BBQ, celebrating the opening of the fully staffed Sheriff’s Office North Precinct in Belfair. This event will take place on Saturday, February 22nd, 2014, ribbon cutting at 11 AM and the open house from noon until 4 PM. Sheriff Salisbury introduced former Sheriff Steve Whybark who was in attendance, and announced that the new North Precinct will be dedicated as “The Sheriff Steve Whybark Public Safety Building”. This honor is due to all of the dedicated work that Sheriff Whybark coordinated as a Mason County Sheriff in order to establish a Sheriff Sub-Station in the north end of the county.

2.Sheriff Casey Salisbury on the left, awarding the 25 year service award to Deputy Sheriff Thurman Rankin on the right.

Sheriff Casey Salisbury on the left, awarding the 25 year service award to Deputy Sheriff Thurman Rankin on the right.

Sheriff Salisbury then called up Deputy Sheriff Thurman Rankin and awarded him a 25 year service award plaque. Deputy Rankin has worked for the Mason County Sheriff’s Office since January 29, 1989 and received the award for his dedication and service over the last 25 years.

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Man Arrested For Attempting To Elude A Police Vehicle And Outstanding Warrants

Raymond, WA – On January 30th a deputy with the Pacific County Drug Task Force observed a male subject identified as Justin F. Bailey (age 38), of Cosmopolis, driving a vehicle in the Raymond area. The deputy had prior knowledge that Bailey was a wanted person and had an outstanding Department of Corrections Felony warrant for his arrest. The deputy also had knowledge that Bailey’s privilege to drive was suspended in the State of Washington. The deputy relayed
the information to other deputies and officers in the area.

A Pacific County Sheriff’s deputy attempted to stop the vehicle that Bailey was driving just north of the city limits of Raymond on state route 101. The vehicle Bailey was driving fled from the deputy and other officers at high speeds. The pursuit traveled several miles and entered Grays Harbor County. Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s deputies joined in the pursuit as the suspect vehicle continued to flee. The suspect vehicle fled onto a logging road just off of North River Road.
The suspect vehicle was halted and the driver, Justin Bailey, was taken into custody without further incident. Agencies involved with the pursuit were the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office, the Raymond Police Department, the Grays Harbor
County Sheriff’s Office and the Department of Natural Resources Police.

Justin Bailey was transported to the Pacific County Jail and booked on charges of Felong Attempting to Elude Police Vehicles, Driving While License Suspended and for the Felony Department of Corrections Warrant.

Endangered Missing: RICHARD HAYNES (WA)

RICHARD HAYNES, Age Now: 20, Missing: 09/12/2004. Missing From KITTITAS, WA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office (Washington) 1-509-962-7525. …read more

From: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – WA

Missing: HANNA JOHNSON (WA)

HANNA JOHNSON, Age Now: 17, Missing: 01/24/2014. Missing From GRAHAM, WA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Pierce County Sheriff’s Office (Washington) 1-253-798-4721. …read more

From: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – WA