Autauga County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Autauga County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 162 W 4th St, Prattville, 36067 AL
  • Chief:
Phone: 334-361-2500
Fax: (334) 361-2516

Autauga County Sheriff's Office is located at 162 W 4th St, Prattville, 36067 AL. The Autauga County Sheriff's Office phone number is 334-361-2500.

Autauga County Sheriff's Office News

Sheriff Sedinger with members of the Bay County Sheriff's Office on Friday Oct 26, 2018. They were very thankful for the supplies we delivered to them.

Someone found and turned in a back pack to the Sheriff's Office with the name Alexis Smith - Meeks on the inside. If this is your backpack, please come to the Sheriff's Office to identify it.

The truck and trailer are loaded up and Sheriff Sedinger and Chief Deputy Hill will be headed to the Bay County Sheriff’s Office in a few mins. We would like to thank our employees, the citizens of Autauga County and the students of Autauga Academy, who brought in all these needed donations. We could not have collected these items without our communities support. Safe travels to the Sheriff and Chief Deputy as you make your way south.

Sheriff Sedinger has been in contact with the Sheriff in Bay County, Florida. The Bay County Sheriff's Office has several deputies who were impacted by Hurricane Michael and are requesting assistance from Autauga County. The Autauga County Sheriff's Office will be collecting the following supplies and will transport the supplies to the Bay County Sheriff's Office Friday Oct 26, 2018. If you would like to donate any of the following supplies, you can bring them by the Sheriff's Office starting Today (Friday Oct 19) thru Thursday(Oct 25) any time of day. Items requested: Gift Cards (Publix, Walmart, Lowes, Home Depot) Snacks (Beef Jerky, nuts, crackers, healthy snacks) Energy Drinks (Monster, Bang, Heat) Hats (New Only - Ball caps, wide brim hats) Ponchos Soup (with pull tabs) Dog Food Cat Food Kitty Litter Charcoal & Lighter Cleaning Supplies (Pine-Sol, Mops, Brooms, Clorox Wipes, etc.) Juices Kids Foods (Spaghetti-O's, Fruit Cups, etc) Chain Saws Lawn Cleaning Supplies (Shovels, Racks, Garbage Bags) Tarps Thank you in advance for your assistance!

Happy Boss’s Day to our boss Sheriff Joe Sedinger!

Thursday night fun at the Autauga County Fair. 2 of 2

Wednesday night fun at the Autauga County Fair. 1 of 2

Tuesday night fun at the Autauga County Fair with Eddie Eagle and McGruff the Crime Dog.

JOB OPENING Autauga County Commission is now accepting applications for one or more Deputy Sheriff and to provide for future potential candidates. Applicants must hold a valid Alabama Peace Officers Standard and Training Certificate. ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE TURNED IN AT THE COMMISSION OFFICE. 135 N. Court Street, Suite B; Prattville, AL 36067 Applications accepted until 5:00 p.m. on October 19, 2018 Autauga County is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Review of Criminal Record will be required

Class of 2018-2 reciting the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics

Congratulations to the graduates of the Alabama Advanced Criminal Justice Academy Class of 2018-2. Congratulations to Deputy Dustin Hand! Welcome to the family!

Child Abuse Investigation Autauga County, AL - On Thursday, September 20, 2018 around 1:43pm the Autauga County Sheriff's Office received an anonymous call of possible child abuse in the 2500 block of County Road 46, Prattville, AL. The caller stated they had information that a juvenile was being abused in the home by being restrained with chains. Deputies and Investigators responded to the residence where they found a 13 year old male juvenile naked with chains padlocked around his ankles. The chains were attached to a door preventing the juvenile from normal movement. Subsequent investigation revealed that the juvenile had been restrained by this method over a long period of time. Two other juveniles, 12 and 5 years of age, were also removed from the residence along with the 13 year old. All three children were turned over to the custody of the Department of Human Resources. Three adults were taken into custody and have been charged with Torture/Willful Abuse of a Child under 18; Danielle Nicole Martin (32) the mother, Joshua Daniel Martin (26) the step-father and Vickie Seale Higginbotham (58) the grandmother. All three adults were placed in the Autauga Metro Jail under a $15,000 cash bond each. Further charges may be forthcoming as a result of this ongoing investigation.

We would like to say Thank You to Madison Emfinger and her grandmother Marie for the goodies from Panera. We thank you for supporting the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office.

Thank you to the Autauga Probate Office for purchasing shirts to show support not only to the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office, but all of the Autauga County First Responders.

Thank you to Trustmark Bank for supporting the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office and all the Autauga County First Responders.

9/11 Memorial Ceremony at the Prattville Public Safety Building. Sponsored by WoodmenLife

The Autauga County Sheriff's Office would like to thank Mrs. Yolanda Thompson for bringing Krispy Kreme donuts to the office today for the deputies. Thank you very much for supporting the Autauga County Sheriff's Office.

We had a great turn out for our lunch to feed first responders today at the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office. We would like to thank all the agencies who came to have lunch with us. We would also like to thank AKD for taking Sheriff Sedinger’s vision and designing some awesome shirts in honor of 9/11. We would also like to thank Winn Dixie for designing a not only delicious but beautiful cake as well.

Subjected Wanted From Franklin County Tennessee Captured Autauga County, AL – Brian Lee Cleckler, 39 year old white male from Prattville, AL, was wanted by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations on felony warrants. Cleckler was located today in Autauga County off Autauga County Road 57. Autauga County Deputies tried to stop Cleckler when a pursuit began, that led to the subject losing control of his vehicle on Autauga County Road 108 off Autauga County Road 21 N in North Central Autauga County, close to the Chilton County line. After a short foot pursuit Brian Lee Cleckler was apprehended and taken to the Autauga Metro Jail. Cleckler was driving a stolen vehicle. Sheriff Joe Sedinger said “I am very proud of my deputies and all the agencies that came to assist in this pursuit. This pursuit could have ended worse than it did, and citizens could have been injured. I am glad everyone will get to go home safe tonight.” This case is still under investigation and charges are pending with our agency. Sheriff Joe Sedinger and the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the following agencies who assisted during the pursuit and apprehension of Brian Lee Cleckler: Sheriff John Shearon and the Chilton County Sheriff’s Office; ALEA State Troopers; ALEA Aviation Unit; Department of Corrections Dog Team; SBI; Alabama Fish & Game Division; US Marshall’s Gulf Coast Regional Task Force.

We are down to the last week to order your shirt if you would like one. Please use the link in the message below to order. Last day to order will be before midnight on Sunday August 26, 2018.

The Autauga County Sheriff's Office would like to let you know that we have a shirt design for the Remembrance of 9/11 that is for sale, and are offering to the public. You have to go online to: to order. Click on the shirt image to begin to place your order. It will prompt you to pick a department, so if you do not work for one of the agencies listed, please select the Sheriff's Office and we will notify you when the shirts come in. The deadline to order is Sunday August 26, 2018 by 11:59pm. The cost is $15.00 plus tax per shirt. We would love to see these shirts worn on September 11th to show support. We have been notified that Uniform's should be spelled Uniforms and the design will be corrected before the shirts are printed. Sorry for the typo mistake.

Escapee Captured 8/15/2018 Autauga County, AL - The Autauga County Sheriff’s Office has been notified that escaped inmate Kevin Charles Sellers, who walked off his work release job in the White City area on Monday, August 13, 2018, has been arrested in Escambia County, Florida. Sellers’ was arrested on a felony warrant for Escape, 1st Degree which holds a $10,000.00 bond. Amber Renee Hicks was also arrested on a felony warrant for Permitting or Facilitating Escape, 1st Degree which also holds a $10,000.00 bond. Both subjects are being held in the Escambia County, Florida Jail awaiting extradition.

**** Update**** It has been determined that the escaped inmate was not on the County Litter Crew, but was on Work Release working at a farm in the White City area, when he left the property. Press Release Escape Inmate August 13, 2018 Autauga County, AL – The Autauga County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Kevin Charles Sellers. Mr. Sellers is wanted for ESCAPE from the County Litter Crew this date around 2:24pm from the area of White Pond Baptist Church at Co Rd 21 & Co Rd 49. Sellers was seen getting into a maroon minivan with an unknown direction of travel. Sellers was last seen wearing a white shirt, black BDU pants and a Panama Jack tan hat. Kevin Charles Seller - DOB: 5/20/89; White Male; 5' 10" Tall; 162 lbs; Brown Hair and Brown Eyes. Mr. Sellers was being was booked into the Autauga Metro Jail on July 12, 2018 for Burglary 3rd, Failure to Report, Failure to Pay x2, and Failure to Remain in the State. Any contact with this subject, please contact the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office (334) 361-2500. Tips can also be left on the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office Secret Witness Line (334) 361-2599.