Navajo County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Navajo County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 137 West Arizona St, Holbrook, 86025 AZ
  • Chief:
Phone: (928) 524-4728
Fax: (928) 524-4773

Navajo County Sheriff's Office is located at 137 West Arizona St, Holbrook, 86025 AZ. The Navajo County Sheriff's Office phone number is (928) 524-4728.

Navajo County Sheriff's Office News

2018 REMEMBER RIDE Navajo County Sheriff Office was honored to participate in the “2018 Remember Ride” from Payson, AZ to Taylor, AZ. The Sheriff Office escorted the Jeff Kyle a decorated veteran and brother of “Chris Kyle, The American Sniper”. Both Heber Overgaard and Show Low were out for this event as we drove thru each town.

Updated Investigation Holbrook, AZ: On 05/23/2018 Suspect Judy Fabok was arrested once again in Apache County for an outstanding arrest warrant issued out of the Navajo County Attorney’s Office. Mrs. Fabok was previously arrested in a joint investigation from the Show Low Police Department, Apache County and the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office for having sex with an underage juvenile that attended school in the Show Low area. Upon completion of NCSO Criminal Investigation the following additional charges were filed. Kidnapping (four counts) Sexual conduct with a minor (9 counts) Fabok was arrested in Apache County and will be extradited to the Navajo County Jail. Her bond amount is currently set at $100,000 dollars secured appearance.

KE Arms - A few pictures of Lt. Peterson, Deputy Keith, Detective Reeves along with KE Arms staff watching what K9 Zolton can do! Check out the video below from the KE Arms website. Again - We appreciate you KE Arms for the donations and all you do for us! Had a great time with the KE employees !

The White Mountain Apache Tribe has closed large portions of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation to the public to help prevent human-caused fires and forest damage. ***Please see map below for details on closed areas*** The following recreational areas remain OPEN: - Sunrise Lake - A-1 Lake - Bog Tank - Horseshoe Lake - Big Bear Lake - Little Bear Lake Hawley Lake - Earl Park Lake Cyclone Lake - Ditch Camp - Paradise Creek - Lower Log Campsites Upper Log - Campsites Cooley Lake - Iron Mine - Salt River - East Fork of the White River - Black River South: Amos Wash to the Salt River

Deputy Keith with K9 Zolton demonstrating his capabilities! NCSO bought the employees at KE Arms lunch to show our appreciation for their donations to the NCSO. We appreciate you!!!

Certificate of Appreciation for Kya Carroll and Caitlin Montoya Communication Specialist Caitlin Montoya and Lead Dispatcher Kya Carroll were presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for their outstanding performance during a fire in the Pinedale Estates area. Letters of appreciation were presented by Sheriff K.C. Clark and Chief Deputy Randy Moffitt. They were instrumental in relaying information through multiple agencies through the use of radio channels and phone calls.

***Forest Area Closures*** The U.S. Forest Service - Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests has announced the following area closures: Black Mesa Ranger District: Promontory Butte closure area Black Mesa and Lakeside Ranger Districts: Areas South of SR 260 Springerville Ranger District: Pole Knoll closure area Alpine Ranger District: Areas Southwest of Nutrioso and Alpine (Please see the map below for more detail on the closure areas) A live Call Center will available through 311 from 1-7 p.m. today, as well as 7a-7p each day through Memorial Day weekend. ***Please direct your questions to this Call Center***

‪***Red Flag Warning***‬ ‪A Red Flag Warning is in effect for large portions of Navajo County.‬ ‪ALL BURNING IS PROHIBITED!‬ ‪Anyone caught in violation of the Red Flag Warning will be cited and possibly arrested.‬ ‪Please take the proper steps to help protect our communities!‬

Working with our partners, 40 pounds of Methamphetamine was seized. Thank you K-9 Zolton for your hard work! #keepingourcommunitiessafe

FIRE RESTRICTIONS

Deputies arrest three suspects for burglary in Adamana Holbrook, AZ: On May 18, 2018, A NCSO Sergeant responded to a report of two residential burglaries in the 9300 block of Stonetree Rd in Adamana. Upon arriving in the area, he made contact the reported victim. The victim showed the sergeant photos of tire and shoe impressions. A short time later the Sergeant located two subjects (Eric Soke and Robert Moyle) in a vehicle in the area. The tire tread matched to photos he was shown along with the shoes Robert was wearing. Robert gave the sergeant a false name because he had a suspended license and was placed under arrest. During the inventory of the vehicle, the sergeant located a Marijuana Pipe and stolen property from the victim’s residence. Both subjects were then arrested. Later in the day, the Sergeant drafted and obtained a search warrant on Robert’s home residence located in the Adamana. More items of stolen property were recovered. Roberts girlfriend, Stephanie Shelburn arrived at the residence and was questioned about the stolen items. After further investigation, it was also found Stephanie and Eric had pawned some of the stolen property at a pawn shop in Holbrook a couple of days prior. Three suspects were identified in this investigation. On May 21, 2018, another search warrant was served at Robert and Stephanie’s residence to recover more stolen property from another recent burglary in the area. All three suspects were booked in to the Navajo County Jail. For the below listed charges. Shelburn was released and Moyles bond was 25,000 secured bond and Soke’s was 500.00 secured.

Deputies arrest two suspects for burglary in White Mountain Lake Holbrook, AZ: On Saturday, May 19, 2018 around 1811 hours, Deputies were dispatched to 8414 Canyon Drive reference a male and female coming and going from a residence where no one is supposed to be at. Deputies arrived around 1840 hours, knocked and announced and didn’t receive an answer. Upon watching the back door to the residence, they observed a male and female running out the back door of the residence. The deputy was able to chase the suspects down on foot and caught them a short distance away and took both suspects into custody. Deputies contacted Criminal Investigations for assistance. Detectives came out to assist with interviews with the two suspects but did not assume the investigation. Joshua invoked his rights and no interview was conducted. Joshua was booked into the Show Low Annex for burglary, trespassing and theft. Samantha was interviewed and made statements she and Joshua had broken into the home to get food because they didn’t have any food. A short time later into the interview, Samantha invoked her rights as well. Samantha was booked into the Show Low Annex for the same charges. Deputies contacted the homeowner and learned she was out of town. Deputies and SAV’s processed the residence after contacting the victim. Deputies were able to locate personal items left behind in the residence belonging to the suspects such as clothing, shoes and backpacks. There was also evidence of a theft by the suspects as they were consuming alcohol and food while inside the residence. Items of evidence were collected from the scene placing the suspects inside the residence. Both of the suspects were booked into jail for the following criminal charges. Burglary, Criminal Trespassing and Theft. The suspects’ bond amount is currently set at $750.00 secured bond each.

The FBI press release on 23 arrests. #workingtogether #keepingourcommunitiessafe

‪***Red Flag Warning***‬ ‪The Fire Weather Watch has been upgraded to a Red Flag Warning.‬ ‪ALL BURNING IS PROHIBITED‬ ‪Be aware of any fire risks you create as strong winds and dry conditions make our region extremely vulnerable to wildfires!‬

This notice is worth posting twice - FIRE RESTRICTIONS - #keepourforestgreen #keepingourcommunitiessafe

!!!UPDATE FIRE RESTRICTIONS!!!

***Red Flag Warning*** A Red Flag Warning has been issued for central and southern portions of Navajo County until 7 p.m. ALL BURNING IS PROHIBITED Anyone caught in violation is subject to citation or arrest.

Navajo County is moving into Stage 3 Fire Restrictions tomorrow morning, but what does that mean for you? Below are lists of what is prohibited, and what the exemptions are. ***ATV and UTV use is also still allowed, but riders must stay on existing forest service roads***

Hopi Law Day 2018. In attendance: Lt. Williams, Sgt. Badger, and Dep. Simonson

Deputy Ron Chisholm attending the candle light vigil in Washington D.C. during Police week along with Det Baldonado, Show Low PD and Chance and Cathy Reed.

‪***Red Flag Warning***‬ ‪A Red Flag Warning has been issues for our region.‬ ‪ALL BURNING IS PROHIBITED‬ ‪Violators will be cited or arrested!‬ ‪Help keep our communities safe and avoid any activities that create fire hazards.‬

‪***Red Flag Warning***‬ ‪A Red Flag Warning has been issued for our region today and tomorrow!‬ ‪BE EXTREMELY CAUTIOUS WITH ANY FIRE HAZARDS‬ ‪- Don’t drag chains!‬ ‪- Make sure fireplace ash is cooled before disposing of it!‬ ‪- COMPLETELY EXTINGUISH your cigarettes and put them in a closed container!‬ ‪#OneLessSpark to keep our communities safe!‬

Working with our great partners, Apache County S.O. and A.D.O.T. again! 60 pounds of Marijuana seized with one arrest in Apache County #keepingourcommunitiessafe

NCSO showed appreciation, with some ice cream cake, for Sergeant Scott Badger and all he does. #scottbadgerappreciationday