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‘THE VENTURES’ DON WILSON AND LT GOVERNOR BRAD OWEN FEATURED AT SHERIFF’S BREAKFAST

   Sheriff Casey Salisbury hosted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Don Wilson of 'The Ventures' and Lt. Governor Brad Owen at the monthly Sheriff’s Breakfast held at the Little Creek Casino.  A Life Saving Medal was also awarded to MACECOM Communications Officer Tiffany Morrison.      Communications Officer Tiffany Morrison of MACECOM took […]

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MCSO DEPUTIES ARREST SUSPECT FOLLOWING PURSUIT

   A 31 year-old Belfair man is being held on multiple charges following a several mile pursuit on Lynch Road reaching speeds up to 100 miles per hour.    A MCSO Deputy attempted to stop a silver Dodge Durango last Thursday, August 18th, at 3:30pm after noticing the driver was not wearing a seatbelt.  This […]

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Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard

The Mason County Sheriff’s Office recently reorganized their multi-jurisdictional Honor Guard to better represent the Sheriff’s Office and the Mason County Law Enforcement community. The Honor Guard is now staffed with members that represent a cross section of the Sheriff’s Office. Led by Sergeant Trevor Severance form the Patrol Division, the unit consists of two […]

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CHIEF SWEARS IN NEW DEPUTY

   Chief Russ Osterhout swore in Deputy Jared Cozad at a gathering in the sheriff’s office on August 8, 2016.  Deputy Cozad is new to law enforcement and will be riding with deputies for the next few weeks until he attends the Basic Law Enforcement Academy at the Criminal Justice Training Center in Burien.   […]

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Sheriff’s Office Cleans Up the Streets…. “Litter-ally”

The Sheriff’s Office Litter Crew program has been hard at work cleaning up the county. From January to June of this year, the program picked up 75,460 pounds of garbage from the roadways throughout Mason County. While this program is not a traditional mandate of the Sheriff’s Office mission, Sheriff Salisbury continued the program in […]

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COMMUNITY PARAMEDIC PROGRAM DISCUSSED AT SHERIFF ADVISORY MEETING

Sheriff Casey Salisbury hosted Dr. Joseph Hoffman, the Medical Program Director for Mason County Emergency Medical Services program, at the monthly Sheriff Advisory Meeting held at Spencer Lake. Sheriff Casey Salisbury said, “Bringing our citizens, medical, fire, and law enforcement representatives around the same table to explore potential life-saving, and resource-saving programs is vital to […]

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Public Auction Notice

The following items have been released to Propertyroom.com for auction: HTC cell phone Black & Decker circular saw I-phone Golf driver Multi-tool  Folding knife PSP with cords Verizon Tablet Tomahawk Wakeboard Display shelves Blender 3 watches Tom Tom GPS Airsoft pistol 5 bicycles Razor scooter Ring w/clear stones Surplus radio equipment Emerson TV w/DVD Jensen […]

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K9 SOLO APPREHENDS SUSPECTED THIEF

A 35 year-old Tacoma man is in custody after being tracked and apprehended by Mason County Sheriff’s Office K9 Solo.  Construction workers reported that when they arrived at their jobsite on Shetland Rd. early Thursday, July 28th, they discovered a male, later identified as Tyler O’Brien, smashing a vehicle with their company’s excavator.  O’Brien then […]

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FBI SHARES FLIER IN PREVENTING TERRORISM

Click here to learn more about observing and reporting potential threats to your community!

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LOCAL CITIZEN AWARDED LIFE SAVING MEDAL AT SHERIFF’S BREAKFAST

Sheriff Casey Salisbury hosted speakers from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security at the monthly Sheriff’s Breakfast held at the Little Creek Casino.  Retired employees Cyndy Brehmeyer, T.R. Rankin, and Kenneth McGill were recognized for their service.  Corporal Rob Decker was recognized as Corrections Deputy of the Year.  Sheriff Salisbury […]

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