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LOCAL PUBLIC SAFETY TEST SCHEDULED!

If you are interested in applying for a deputy or corrections position with the Mason County Sheriff's Office click here for more information!

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SHERIFF RECOGNIZES LOCAL BICYCLIST

     Sheriff Casey Salisbury, accompanied by Chief Deputies Russ Osterhout and Ryan Spurling, presented a personalized plate to local citizen Mark Hawkins on July 18, 2016.       Mark had recently expressed frustration to the sheriff’s office staff that he wanted a license plate for his bicycle but was unable to purchase one at […]

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SHERIFF SWEARS IN NEW CORRECTIONS DEPUTY

     Sheriff Casey Salisbury swore in Corrections Deputy Dylan Helser at a gathering in the sheriff’s office on July 18, 2016.       Sheriff Salisbury said, “It is wonderful to see local youth grow up and choose to stay and serve this community for the greater good.”      Corrections Deputy Helser has served […]

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MCSO CELEBRATES CAREERS OF DEPUTIES MCGILL AND RANKIN

A gathering of county employees was held at the Mason County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, July 14, 2016 to celebrate the careers of Deputy T.R. Rankin and Deputy Ken McGill.  Deputy Rankin and Deputy McGill officially retire on July 15, 2016 with plans to begin work at the Squaxin Island Police Department as patrol officers. […]

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WOMAN REPORTS ATTACK IN BELFAIR STATE PARK RESTROOM

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at approximately 1:45AM, a 19 year-old woman reportedly was attacked by an unknown male in the female restroom. The suspect is described as: White male 6’2”-6’4” 300 pounds Short curly blond/reddish hair with a  receding hairline Green eyes Last seen wearing an orange shirt and blue jeans Driving possibly a white […]

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SHERIFF RECOGNIZES MASON COUNTY SEARCH & RESCUE AT MONTHLY BREAKFAST

Sheriff Casey Salisbury hosted members of Mason County Search and Rescue as well as local emergency room doctor, Dr. Dean Gushee, at the monthly Sheriff’s Breakfast held at the Little Creek Casino.  Mason County Search and Rescue members were being recognized for their recent recertification and Dr. Dean Gushee served as key note speaker talking […]

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SHERIFF INVITES COLLEAGUES TO ‘WALK A LAP FOR STEVE’

Sheriff Casey Salisbury invited attendees of the monthly Sheriff’s Breakfast held at the Little Creek Casino to gather shortly afterward at the Shelton High School track to walk a lap in honor of Steve Ellyson and his wife, Lucy, who recently lost their battles with cancer.  Sheriff Salisbury said, “Steve worked for our agency for […]

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SHERIFF SWEARS IN TWO NEW CORRECTIONS DEPUTIES

Sheriff Casey Salisbury swore in Corrections Deputy Aleksandra Kruk and Corrections Deputy Ashley Zielomski at a gathering in the sheriff’s office on June 20, 2016.  Sheriff Salisbury said, “We are greatly pleased to have these qualified individuals join our jail staff.” Corrections Deputy Aleksandra Kruk has served as a Polish interpreter for the past 3 […]

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MCSO Blotter

Welcome to the new MCSO Blotter!  In this space we will bring you information about the sheriff's office, we'll discuss important issues, and we'll post articles written by MCSO personnel about the important work they do every day to serve the citizens of Mason County. Sheriff Salisbury and his team at the MCSO work hard […]

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08 SHS GRAD REPORTS TO JBLM AS DOCTOR

Luke Pittman, a 2008 graduate of Shelton High School, recently received his doctor of medicine degree from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine.  He shall spend his internship and residency at Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. While at Shelton High School, Pittman was a track athlete and was also […]

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