Today the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office, along with the local DHS Office, took new wrapped gifts to local kids in the area. There was approximately thirty kids who received gifts thanks to the people in the community. On behalf of the Sheriff Mike Reed and the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office, he would like to thank all of the people in the Community of Mayes County who helped make this possible.
Mayes County Sheriff's Office is hosting a Angel Tree this year. Come By our lobby to pick up your angel.
On 09/07/2017 at approximately 0915 hours Mayes County Sheriffs Office received a phone call from an office inside the Courthouse, that they had just received a Bomb Threat.
Mayes County Sheriffs Deputies and Courthouse Security immediately began "Bomb Threat Protocol" by Evacuating the Mayes County Courthouse, which was evacuated by 0925 hours.
Mayes County Sheriffs Office then requested Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP) Bomb Squad conduct a “sweep" of the building by utilizing a K-9, which resulted in no "suspicious" items or devices located.
At approximately 1030 hours Mayes County Sheriff's Office then gave a "all clear" notification to Staff.
Mayes County Sheriff's Deputies and Courthouse Security then directed remaining individuals outside the Courthouse that Business could resume as normal.
Mayes County Sheriff's Office was assisted by the OHP Bomb Squad, Mayes County Emergency Management, Local Fire Departments, and Mesta Ambulance Service until Business resumed.
Come by and visit with us at Black Buggy Day on September 16, 2017 at Guy Williams Park in Chouteau. We look forward to seeing you there.
These items were recovered south of Chouteau. If you have any information please contact the Sheriffs Office 918-825-3535.
These items were recovered in the Locust Grove area and could possibly be from the Broken Arrow area. If you recognize any of them please contact the Sheriffs Office 918-825-3535.
These pictures were taken form a burglary on S 444 RD near Locust Grove. If you have any information that may lead to the arrest of this subject call our Tip Line at 918-825-3820
These are some of the items from last weeks theft ring bust. If you recognize any of these items contact the Sheriffs Office 918-825-3535.