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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mayes County Sheriff’s Office
Contact: Captain Rod Howell
(5/15/2017, PRYOR, Oklahoma)
Mayes County Sheriff’s Office Launches New Website
The Mayes County Sheriff’s Office launched a new Website on May 15, 2017 where residents can find the latest information regarding the operations of the Sheriff’s Office. The new Website will serve as an information resource for the public.
The new Website, www.MayesSheriff.org, features press releases, messages from Sheriff Mike Reed which are updated frequently, pages on the services of each division of the Sheriff’s Office, as well as a link to submit crime tips via email.
Posting information on the Website improves the efficiency of the Sheriff’s Office by reducing the number of inquiry calls handled by our office. This tool allows us to devote more resources to the safety and security of our residents. Our intent is for every County resident to visit the site and become familiar with how to submit a crime tip, how to locate sex offenders and where to find the latest news and updates from the Sheriff’s Office. We believe the Website is a huge benefit to the Sheriff’s Office and the residents of Mayes County.
Other features of the Website include:
Alert Notifications – allows the public to sign up for alert notifications from the Sheriff’s Office via email or text – including sex offender notifications, press releases, messages from the Sheriff, and most wanted updates.
Social Media Links – allows the public to follow the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook.
Most Wanted Listings – allows the public to view photos and descriptions of wanted individuals.
Sex Offenders – allows the public to view photos and information for sex offenders living in the county. The interactive map feature on the Website allows the public to view sex offender locations on the map, view offender photos and profile information about the offenses.
Jail – Access links for scheduling visitation, phone time and inmate's commissary.
MostWantedGovernmentWebsites.com by Brooks Jeffrey Marketing, Inc. of Mountain Home, Arkansas, developed the Website. The firm specializes in Website solutions for law enforcement and government offices.
For more information about the Website please contact the Mayes County Sheriff’s Office at 918-825-3535 or visit www.MayesSheriff.org.