The Sequoyah County Sheriff's Department is now participating in Nixle.

What is Nixle?

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Jail

The Detention Center is again being managed
by the Sequoyah County Sheriff.

It is located at:

119B South Oak

Sallisaw, OK 74955

Detention Center Phone: 918-776-9028

Detention Center Fax: 918-776-0530

Sheriff's Office Phone: 918-775-1213

Sheriff's Auction

Auction

Click the photo above for a full-size, printable flyer, which lists the property being auctioned.

The flyer is in Adobe PDF format.
You may download the free Adobe Reader by clicking here.

Click Here for a printable map to the sale location.
The location is in the upper right corner of the map, marked with an A.

 

News Archive
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CAPTURED!

WANTED!
For Failure to Register and Bogus Checks

Wated 2

Randy Joe Kennel
DOB: 12-20-60
5'4" - 134 lbs - Black Hair - Brown Eyes
Tattoo: left arm - "R.K."

Convicted Sex Offender classified as "Aggravated Offender"
(additional information on our Sex Offender Page)

Apprehended on 05/14/09!

 

WANTED!
For Failure to Appear

wanted

Alvin Eugene Webster
DOB: 5-19-74
5'7" - 180 lbs - Black Hair - Brown Eyes - Wears Glasses
Tattoos: upper right arm - tribal band
upper left arm - initials "TCB" with a lightening bolt through the C
Piercings: Both ears

Convicted Sex Offender classified as "Aggravated Offender"
(additional information on our Sex Offender Page)

While out on bail for additional pending charges,
he failed to appear and is now wanted.

If you know the wherabouts of Alvin Eugene Webster,
please contact the Sheriff's Office at:

Emergency Dispatch - 911
Non-emergency dispatch - 918-775-9155
Sheriff's Office - 918-775-1214
or e-mail - sheriff@sequoyahcountysheriff.org

Apprehended!

Wanted!

The Sheriff's Department was able to identify this man
as Jimmy Moore, and he has been apprehended
and charged with the burglaries committed along
Highway 101.

 

2009 Sheriff's Academy

The Oklahoma Sheriffs' Association has recently completed it's 2009 Sheriff's Academy. The academy consisted of 80 hours of training in areas such as ethics, mental health, budgeting, purchasing, civil process, sheriffs sales, jail administration, highway safety, civil liability, risk management and medical liability. Each of the newly elected Sheriffs are required to attend the academy within the first year of taking office. This year we had 21 Sheriffs and 12 Undersheriffs from across the state that completed the CLEET certified training.

Those completing the training are Sheriff Joel Kerns ( Pittsburg County), Sheriff Scott Walton (Rogers County), Sheriff Joe Lester (Cleveland County), Sheriff Rick Caddell (Texas County), Sheriff Bob Colbert (Wagoner County), Sheriff Bruce Peoples (Custer County), Sheriff Brian Hale (Haskell County), Sheriff Art Kell (Grady County), Sheriff Gary Stanley (Woodward County), Sheriff Russ Tate (Kiowa County), Sheriff Rick Silver (Washington County), Sheriff R.B. Hauf (Payne County), Sheriff Israel Beauchamp (Latimer County), Sheriff John Christian (Pontotoc County), Sheriff Paul Coffey (Lincoln County), Sheriff James Young (Adair County), Sheriff Michael Booth (Pottawatomie County), Sheriff Wayne McKinney (Stephens County), Sheriff Jim Bauman (Logan County), Sheriff Devin Huckabay (Greer County), Sheriff Ron Lockhart (Sequoyah County), Sheriff Randall Edwards (Canadian County), Undersheriff Rhett Burnett (Cleveland County), Undersheriff Matthew Boley (Texas County), Undersheriff Michael King (Noble County), Undersheriff Jesse Naputi (Seminole County), Undersheriff Jim Weir (Grady County), Undersheriff Mike Strain (Kiowa County), Undersheriff Lennis Miller (Caddo County), Undersheriff Michael Hedrick (Beaver County), Undersheriff Jimmy Gallagher (Jefferson County), Undersheriff Roy Linkswiler (McCurtain County), Undersheriff Dave Balleweg (Pottawatomie County), Undersheriff Michael Sticklemeyer (Wagoner County).

*Reproduced from a News Release from the Oklahoma Sheriff's Association Web Site, at

http://www.oklahomasheriffs.com/news_events.htm

 

Rhino

Pictured Above (L to R): Corgill's Motorsports Service Manager Bart Winters, Sheriff Ron Lockhart,
Under Sheriff Roger Fuller, Deputy Lance Yoakum

Sheriff Lockhart recently accepted delivery of a 2009 Yamaha Rhino, from Corgill's Motorsports, in Poteau. It will be used for Search & Rescue, Drug Eradication, Special Events, etc. The Rhino was obtained through the Yamaha Law Loan Program, which allows law enforcement agencies to use a new Rhino, free of charge, for one year.

 

Sheriff's Vehicle and Sign

The vehicle pictured above was donated to the Sheriff's Department by the First National Bank. It is marked with the new color scheme. As units are replaced, all marked units of the Sheriff's Department will also have the new colors.

Also shown in the picture is the new sign above the entrance of the Sheriff's Department and the Detention Center. The sign was recently installed, to help you locate both offices more easily.

 

 

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