If you recieved this letter in the mail it is not a scam it is a letter that is coming from County Sheriff’s of Colorado.

 

 

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applications for the position of Patrol Deputy and Investigator. Washington County offers a full benefit package to include health, dental, and vision insurance plus a retirement package. Applicants must be at least 21YOA and Colorado POST Certified. Applicants will need to complete a full background check and must possess a valid driver’s license. Salary DOE. If interested visit our webpage at www.washcountysheriff.com or stop by our office located at 26861 Hwy 34 Akron, CO 80720 to pick up an application.

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WASHINGTON COUNTY
Press Release
06/08/18 through 06/15/18
08-Jun-18 Deputies received a call of a possible suicidal party traveling between Akron and Brush at
midway. Party was referred to the appropriate assistance for help.
09-Jun-18 Deputies received a report of a possible bicycle theft in the Town of Otis. Case is under
investigation.
09-Jun18 Deputies responded to a possible family disturbance in the Town of Otis. Upon arrival it was
determined that no criminal actions had taken place.
09-Jun-18 Deputies were dispatched to an animal bite in the Town of Akron. After arriving on scene,
deputies took the cat to the Akron Pound for a 10 day quarantine.
10-Jun-18 Deputies were dispatched to a possible DUI and a dog being drug behind a vehicle. Upon
arrival, Mark Bersch was arrested for DUI, Cruelty to Animals and violation of a protection order. Bersch was
later released on a $2000.00 bond.
11-Jun-18 While in custody, Rochelle Page was arrested on a warrant out of Adams County. Page was
later transported to Adams County Jail.
12-Jun-18 Deputies received a report of two dogs at large in the 100 block of Ash Ave. The dogs were
taken to the Akron Pound and later released to the owner. The owner was given a verbal warning for dog at
large.
12-Jun-18 Deputies arrested Benjamin Clawson on a warrant out of Washington County for failure to
comply. Clawson was later released on a $1500.00 PR bond.
12-Jun-18 Several ordinance violations took place in the Town of Otis. Residents of these violations were
given a verbal warning to clean up the properties.
12-Jun-18 Several ordinance violations took place in the Town of Akron. Residents of these violations
were given a verbal warning to clean up the properties.
12-Jun-18 Deputies received a report of a protection order violation. Jerome Winkler was later arrested
and transported to the Washington County Justice Center for protection order violation and violation of bail
bond conditions. Winkler was later released on a $2000.00 bond.
12-Jun-18 Deputies received a report of a theft and trespassing at the Prewitt Reservoir. Upon arrival and
further investigation it was determined that several items had been stolen. Case is under investigation.
13-Jun-18 Deputies were dispatched to a family disturbance in the 300 block of Custer Ave. Upon arrival
it was determined that no criminal actions had taken place.
Citations:
06/08/18 TOMBAUGH, JOSEPH age 73 1
ST & DATE
Speeding (10-19 mph over posted speed)
06/08/18 HAWPE, BENJAMIN age 27 HWY 34 & CO RD HH
Speeding (10-19 mph over posted speed)
06/09/18 SCHORZMAN, DANNY age 60 1
ST & CEDAR
Speeding (10-19 mph over posted speed)
06/11/18 MATHESON II, SCOTT age 41 HWY 34 & MM 184
Speeding (10-19 mph over posted speed)
06/13/18 KRAFT, HOWARD age 38 HWY 34 & CO RD Q
Speeding (10-19 mph over posted speed)
06/14/18 VAILOCES, ANNE age 23 1
ST & BIRCH
Speeding (10-19 mph over posted speed)
06/14/18 CROSS, JAMES age 49 1
ST & CEDAR
speeding (10-19 mph over posted speed)

Washington County Sheriff’s Office

Press Release

March 3, 2018 @ approx. 11:30 a.m.

 Washington County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a grass fire in the southern part of Washington County

 On March 3, 2018 at about 11:30 a.m deputies were dispatched to a fire that started in the southern part of Washington County at CO RD 16 & CO RD R.  The fire quickly spread northwest to CO RD 21 & CO RD P due to gusty winds. Five fire departments battling the fire; Southwest Volunteer Fire Department, Akron Volunteer Fire Department, Brush Volunteer Fire Department, Cope Volunteer Fire Department and Otis Volunteer Fire Department. Several farmers with tractors and blades also responded to assist to make a perimeter around the fire to prevent it from spreading any further. Washington County Road and Bridge provided water trucks and also road graters. With the assistance of everyone that responded the fire was contained after several hours, a total of 4,300 acres burned; there were no structures lost and no injuries. The cause of the fire is still under investigation at this time.

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press release 1-31-17

Two tool boxes were found on Hwy 63 between mile marker 8 and 9 on January 27, 2017. We are looking for the owners. If you have more information regarding these boxes please contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at (970) 345-2244

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