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Solano County Sheriff's Office is located at 530 Union Ave #100, Fairfield, 94533 CA. The Solano County Sheriff's Office phone number is (707) 784-7030.
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Last night, the Solano County Sheriff’s Office joined forces with State Parole and Solano County Probation for Operation Boo, conducting compliance checks on registered sex offenders in Solano County. Operation Boo is held every Halloween night throughout the state and its purpose is confirm the offenders are abiding by their terms of parole by staying away from the children in the community. The teams contacted sixteen locally registered sex offenders on parole. While conducting the compliance checks and searches, three offenders; 49-year-oldCameron West, 35-year-old Arthur Macias, and 39-year-old Raul Meza were individually arrested for violating their terms of parole. #keepingourcommunitysafe #operationboo
*Update* Detectives have continued to investigate the stabbing and attempted kidnapping that occurred on October 23rd on the 5000 block of Fry Road, Vacaville, which left two in the hospital. We are sad to inform you that one of the victims, Jonathan “Johnny” Russell, 30-year-old, out of San Francisco, did not survive the injuries he received and passed away yesterday. Kristopher Williams was later re-booked into the Solano County Jail for murder and is being held without bail.
Today, our deputies showed up LARGE, with the Lenco-SWAT BEAR to play games and hand out candy at the Hallelujah Festival in Vallejo. We were joined by our community partners: Vallejo Police Department, Vallejo Fire Department, Solano County Health and Social Services, and Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. Happy Halloween!
Our Marvelous Superwomen of Solano County Dispatch and our "Undercover" Under Sheriff Gary Elliott would also like to wish you all a very Safe & Happy Halloween! Dedicated to Community Service!
Earlier this morning, Resident Deputy Brandi Aguilar, Deputy EJ Greenwood and members of Vallejo Police Department participated in the first annual "Trunk or Treat" at St. Vincent Ferrer Elementary in Vallejo. Deputy Aguilar decorated her Patrol SUV trunk and together they handed out candy and goodies to all the kids from Pre-School thru 8th grade! Happy Halloween everyone, be safe!
*Homicide Update* Detectives are continuing to investigate last evening’s shootings that resulted in two deceased victims and a third victim who remains hospitalized. The deceased victims are 32-year-old Bobby Beasley and 26-year-old De’Angelo Quinn, both out of Vallejo. The investigation into the shooting is still very active and in the early stages. Any citizen with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective Mattson at the Solano County Sheriff’s Office Investigation Bureau at (707) 784-7050. Callers may also remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at (707) 644-STOP (7867).
Homicide Investigation Last night deputies were dispatched to a "shots fired" call in the area of Woodrow Ave. and Reis Ave, Vallejo. Upon arrival, deputies located a male subject suffering from a gunshot wound. Shortly after, Vallejo Police Department received a call about two other gunshot victims in the area of Steffan Street and Benicia Road. It was later determined the two incidents were related. Two of the victims were pronounced deceased at the scene and one was transported to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. Names are being withheld at this time pending notification of next of kin. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact Detective Sean Mattson at 707-784-7050.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and the Solano College Campus Sheriff’s Office have partnered with the Associated Students of Solano Community College (ASSC) to provide dating violence awareness to students. Dating violence can happen to anyone regardless of gender, race, socio-economic status, or whether or not they have experience with dating before. According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 4 adolescents experience verbal, physical, emotional or sexual abuse from a dating partner each year. Our campus Sheriff Deputies conducted workshops and had an informational table in the cafeteria last week in attempt to reach as many students as we could. To date, we have provided dating violence awareness training to over 100 students. With everyone’s help, we will break the silence and stop dating and domestic violence! Attached are pictures of our campus Deputies and Community Service Officers (CSOs) in action, at our table.
Yesterday afternoon around 7pm, 21-year-old Christopher Rouse of Antioch, was arrested for attempted murder after he stabbed another 21-year-old man earlier in the day. At approximately 1pm, Rouse entered a downstairs apartment on 1700 block of Lemon Street in an attempt to make another 21-year-old leave the property. The two men began arguing over a family dispute and a civil disagreement involving landlord/tenant issues. The two men began fighting and during the altercation, Rouse removed a box cutter (razor blade) knife from his pocket and cut the victim twice, once across his back and once across his chest. The victim ran from the apartment and shortly after was contacted by law enforcement and medical personnel. He was immediately transported to a local hospital and treated for his major injuries. Rouse initially fled from the scene prior to police arrival, but after several hours he was contacted, questioned and ultimately arrested for attempted murder.
Thanks to our community working with our deputies, we arrested a man who stabbed two victims and threatened to shoot a 9-year-old child. On Tuesday night, deputies were called to the 5000 block of Fry Road in Vacaville after someone called 911 to report an assault. Deputies arrived and discovered 32-year-old Kristopher Williams of Vacaville, stabbed two men with a lock-blade knife and afterwards ran from the scene. Witnesses gave our deputies a detailed description of Williams and pointed to the last known direction where he took off running. Through the course of the investigation, our deputies learned Williams entered a home without permission to take a 9-year-old child. Williams knew the child, but was not related. This isolated incident occurred after an ongoing child custody disagreement between Williams and the victim's family. During the incident a heated verbal and physical confrontation occured. During the incident, Williams made credible threats to shoot the child if she didn't go willingly. Prior to leaving, Williams pulled a lock-blade knife and stabbed two male victims who were trying to stop him, one in the neck and one in the abdomen. Both men lived, but suffered major injuries. Each were transported to the hospital were they were medically treated and underwent surgery. Deputies found Williams later that evening in his home and arrested him. Williams faces a number of charges, including: attempted homicide (two counts), kidnapping, child cruelty and burglary.
**Updated Information as of 7pm** We would like to thank the community for your support and cooperation regarding this ongoing investigation. As of 7pm, we have completed processing the area of a physical altercation involving two men, which ocurred earlier in the afternoon. This continues to be an ongoing investigation, all involved parties have been identified and contacted by law enforcement.There are currently no outstanding subjects associated to this assault. **Original Post 2:30pm** There is currently a large Law Enforcement presence in the area of Lemon Street & Idora Avenue, Vallejo. This is an ongoing investigation, we are asking members of the community to please stay away from the area, while our deputies investigate this ongoing incident. We will update the situation as we have more details. Thank you
Yesterday afternoon, our Special Investigations Unit, (S.I.U) executed a search warrant on a male subject (who's name will be held due to an ongoing investigation), who was staying in an apartment on the 200 block of Lincoln Road West, Vallejo. The male subject, described as a white male adult, 6'4" tall, 300+ pounds was found to be in the possession of several firearms to include an unregistered AR15 with a loaded 60 round drum magazine, (5) loaded 30 round magazines, (2) loaded shotguns, (2) ballistic body armor vest, methamphetamine and heroin for sales, several digital scales and a large amount of US currency. Also located inside of a backpack were several unusual items, which consisted of the following: Ski masks (with skull lowers), Black hockey mask, black replica handgun and a chemical mask. We are asking our local community and our surrounding allied law enforcement agencies Benicia Police Department, Vallejo Police Department, Suisun City Police Department, Fairfield, CA Police Department, Vacaville Police Department, Dixon Police Department, Winters Police Department, City of Davis Police Department, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, Martinez Police Department to spread the message and see if any of these items located, match any crimes in your specified areas. Working together, towards a common goal!
Earlier this morning, Solano County Supervisors John Vasquez and Monica Brown, Undersheriff Gary Elliott and Captain Autry honored Custody Sergeant Michael Harrison and Correctional Officer Stacey Bottoms upon their recent retirements from the Solano County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff recommended that the Board of Supervisors adopt and present a resolution and plaque of appreciation honoring Custody Sergeant Michael Harrison upon his retirement from the Sheriff's Office with over 28 years of dedicated public service to Solano County. Additionally, the Sheriff also recommended the Board of Supervisors approve and present a plaque of appreciation honoring Correctional Officer Stacey Bottoms upon her retirement from the Sheriff’s Office with over 11 years of dedicated public service to Solano County. Please help us in congratulating both Custody Sergeant Michael Harrison and Correctional Officer Stacey Bottoms for their combined total of 39+ years of dedicated service to the Solano County community. We wish you both many happy years in your retirement!
This past weekend, our SWAT Team had the privilege to train during the REX 2018 at the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office. The training consisted of 11 SWAT Teams and 11 training stations, all of the scenarios ran concurrently in a round robin format. The SWAT Teams on hand consisted of the following: Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office Petaluma Police Department San Rafael/Novato Police Departments Marin County Sheriff’s Office Central Marin Police Authority Contra Costa Sheriff’s Office Solano County Sheriff’s Office Napa County Sheriff’s Office Napa Police Department San Francisco Police Department The mission of a Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team is the preservation of life and property during critical incidents and high-risk operations. Members of SWAT also provide training in tactics to other members of the police department, during directed training exercises.
Solano County Sheriff's Office is participating in "No-Shave November 2018!" Due to an overwhelming response from last year's participation and support from Solano County Sheriff Tom Ferrara, 'ANY' interested Solano County Sheriff's Office employees will be able to participate in 'No-Shave November' this year. We are putting down the razors, skipping the hair appointments, and going to make the 2018 No-Shave November campaign the best year yet! Our GOAL is to raise a minimum of $2,500 for the "Prevent Cancer Foundation", "Fight Colorectal Cancer", and "St. Jude's Research Hospital". Each of these foundations listed are making great strides in fighting, researching, and preventing cancer. We have provided the link to our team page below, and are encouraging 'EVERYONE' in Solano County to spread the word, join up or donate what you can to this worthwhile effort. To register as a "Solano County Team Member" or to make a direct donation to SCSO-2018, click on the link below!
If you are looking for a "Fun Family Event" this afternoon, come on down to Andrews Park, 2018 Kids Fest in Vacaville! This event will be held from 10am-3pm, come say hello to our Mounted Posse members, their horses "Scout", "Cassie", "Epona", "Sugar" & "Leo".
For many of our Volunteers and their families, here are several photos taken and used during the 2018 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner & Award Ceremony! You can access the photos, to the left under (PHOTOS) in the album called (2018 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner)👍
This past weekend, approximately 250 of our Solano County Sheriff's Office Volunteers, their co-workers, family and friends came out in support of our hard working Volunteers at our 2018 Volunteer Appreciation & Awards Dinner.
We couldn't do it without you! This past weekend, approximately 250 of our Solano County Sheriff's Office Volunteers, their co-workers, family and friends came out in support of our hard working Volunteers at our 2018 Volunteer Appreciation & Awards Dinner. Congratulations to the following Volunteers and award winners; ACS- George Voglin Cadet- Haley Barnes CVO- Dawna Meeks Dive Team- Dawna Meeks MVO- Dawna Meeks Reserve Deputy- Darren Dembski S.A.R.- Stephanie Ronchetto Religious Volunteer- Michael Parks Jail Volunteer- Naomi Ticknor SAVE- Jeanine Morales This years "John Sandlin Award Winner" was Dean Zerbe. Congratulations!
Tonight, members of our Solano County Sheriff's Office came out to the 27th Annual Solano County Law Enforcement Recognition Night at the Hilton Garden Inn. 100's of co-workers, family members and friends came out in support of the 2018 Officer/Deputy of the Year Awardees. Congratulations to our 2018 Correctional Officer of the Year- Officer Renee Campbell and 2018 Deputy of the Year- K9 Deputy Ryan Wallace. Thank you Solano County Rotary Club!
Today we had a great time hanging out with the students, staff members and fellow allied agencies at Orchard Elementary during their "First Responder Day" Here's a very special "Thank You!" to our SAVE Volunteers and our Mounted POSSE, Team Leader Robin Turner and her horse Scout. 😆 Scout kind of stole the show!
**FACEBOOK LIVE** So, what have we learned from our three day Solano County Homeless Outreach Event? Jump into our LIVE conversation with members of our local allied agencies, who came together with the same goal & purpose of helping the local homeless men and women of Solano County. Today approximately 30 members from local allied agencies came together with the same goal & purpose of helping the local homeless men and women of Solano County. Over the past two days our team has visited approximately 25 homeless encampments in Solano County and contacted 119 men & women; 85 have requested services and 13 have requested shelter at Mission Solano. The teams have been providing men and women immediate services, such as mental health treatment, veteran services, public assistance, financial advocacy and medical treatment. This Multi-Jurisdictional effort includes members of the Vallejo Police Department, Vacaville Police Department , Fairfield, CA Police Department, Suisun City Police Department, California Highway Patrol , California Department of Fish and Wildlife, @Mission Solano, Solano County Mental Health Services, CAMINAR-Resource Connect Solano, Solano County District Attorney's Office, Solano County Sheriff's Office Animal Care Division, Solano Sheriff’s Animal Control Services, and the Contra Costa County CORE Outreach Team.
Thank you FOX40 for coming put and spending the morning during Day #2 of our Solano County Multi-Agency Homeless Outreach Event. Checkout the link below! Today approximately 30 members from local allied agencies came together with the same goal & purpose of helping the local homeless men and women of Solano County. Over the past two days our team has visited approximately 25 homeless encampments in Solano County and contacted 119 men & women; 85 have requested services and 13 have requested shelter at Mission Solano. The teams have been providing men and women immediate services, such as mental health treatment, veteran services, public assistance, financial advocacy and medical treatment. This Multi-Jurisdictional effort includes members of the Vallejo Police Department, Vacaville Police Department , Fairfield, CA Police Department, Suisun City Police Department, California Highway Patrol , California Department of Fish and Wildlife, @Mission Solano, Solano County Mental Health Services, CAMINAR-Resource Connect Solano, Solano County District Attorney's Office, Solano County Sheriff's Office Animal Care Division, Solano Sheriff’s Animal Control Services, and the Contra Costa County CORE Outreach Team. https://fox40.com/2018/10/16/solano-county-law-enforcement-agencies-take-part-in-homeless-outreach/