Deputy Harootunian reporting for duty!
Alpine County Sheriff's Department is located at 99 Water Street, Markleeville, 96120 CA. The Alpine County Sheriff's Department phone number is 209-753-2321.
Deputy Harootunian reporting for duty!
There are sandbags available at Fire Stations 91 (Woodfords) and 92 (Markleeville).
Here is the link to the Reno National Weather Service weather briefing today. https://recordings.join.me/7y4oGVCAHE-RNApNZmG4TQ
Thank you Tuolumne County for coming to our aid.
Here is the updated Search press release that just went out.
Press release regarding Overdue skier 3-15-18 1630 hours Bear Valley Mountain Resort, Alpine County, California. On March 14th at 11:30 pm Mrs. Jane Drummond-Mullarkey reported to the Alpine County Sheriff’s Office that her husband Thomas Mullarkey, had not returned to their cabin in Arnold, California, after a day of skiing at the Bear Valley Mountain Resort located in Alpine County, California. Alpine County Sheriff’s Office personnel located Mr. Mullarkey’s car at the Resort shortly after 11:30 pm. Due to extreme avalanche danger a search of the surrounding terrain could not be initiated during the hours of darkness. At approximately 7 am on March 15th members of Calaveras County Search and Rescue, Alpine County Search and Rescue, resort ski patrol, and Sheriff’s Office personnel resumed the search. An Air National Guard and California Highway Patrol Helicopter were deployed as well, but were grounded almost immediately upon arriving at Bear Valley due to low visibility, wind, and snow. Search conditions continue to be very hazardous due to extreme avalanche conditions. Mr. Mullarkey is a sixty-five-year-old white male adult, 5’ 8” tall, approximately 150 pounds with grey hair and blue eyes. Mr. Mullarkey is known to be an advanced skier and in good health. He is believed to be wearing the same ski suit as depicted in the attached photos. If anyone has information that may lead to determining Mr. Mullarkey's whereabouts, please call Undersheriff Spencer Case at (530) 694-2231 ex: 357.
Pretty sure that's going to be an expensive tow bill....
And yesterday I got sunburned!
The annual snow play trip by folks from the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation was a success. Bear Valley Public Safety and friends brought out all the fun snow machines. http://www.aarbf.org/index.htm
Here is the press release regarding the tragic incident in Kirkwood last night.
Alpine County offices and the Court closed today. I would miss you all way too much so I caught a ride into work with these fine gentlemen! Note - that back seat really isn't very comfortable......
Here is the recording of the NWS weather briefing this morning. https://recordings.join.me/dWMZdAsDP0-pWSH6VQ8ePg
Storm-Nado - catchy 🤣
Happy stormy Thursday all! Here is a link to the recording of yesterday's presentation by the National Weather Service in Reno. I will be attending today's briefing and will share it with you as soon as they send it out. What the common denominator is - if you don't need to travel today and tomorrow, don't. It's excellent weather for cookie baking or binge watching your favorite series! https://recordings.join.me/yhyMkXtR60WFVZbP9VGoNA
Photo credit Deputy Green. Results of the February 26 storm. The next storm is forecast to dump even more!
Alpine County Sheriff’s Office Invites the Public to Review its OHV Grant Application The California State Parks’ Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) Division administers a grant program which has provided significant funding to help the Alpine County Sheriff’s Office manage off-highway vehicle recreation in Alpine County. The Alpine County Sheriff’s Office has completed the 2017-2018 Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation grant request. The Alpine County Sheriff’s Office current grant request provides for operation and support of public safety and law enforcement efforts for numerous trails and roads located on public lands open to OHV use. The public review and comment period for the 2017-2018 Grant and Cooperative Agreement Program will run from Monday, March 6, through Monday April 2, 2018. The public is invited to review the Alpine County Sheriff’s Office’s application at the website http://ohv.parks.ca.gov. Copies of the grant request are also available to the public at the Alpine County Sheriff’s Office, Markleeville, CA. After viewing our grant application, if you would like to make a public comment, you may do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and copying the OHMVR Division at OHVinfo@parks.ca.gov.
Owner Located!! Who in Woodfords is missing this nice yellow lab? Call Dispatch to claim. 530-694-2231 X0
I wanted to share this with our facebook followers. Pretty neat!
Because the east slope of Alpine County utilizes Reno television and radio stations, they will also benefit from this system. https://www.recordcourier.com/news/local/county-connects-to-national-emergency-alert-system/
The new Deputies are progressing well with their training. Yesterday was Patrol Vehicle Removal 101.
*EDITED* DOG FOUND!! This pup is missing from Woodfords near the school. If you've seen this dog please call Dispatch.