Mobile County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Mobile County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 510 S Royal St, Mobile, 36603 AL
  • Chief:
Phone: 251-574-2423
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Mobile County Sheriff's Department is located at 510 S Royal St, Mobile, 36603 AL. The Mobile County Sheriff's Department phone number is 251-574-2423.

Mobile County Sheriff's Department News

GUESS WHAT DAY IT IS??? IT IS THUG THURSDAY On November 2nd, 2018, Alabama Auto Sales at 7550 Moffett Rd, had multiple vehicles where the radio was stolen out of them. THUG 1 and THUG 2 also snagged a 2006 Silver Chevy truck. On November 5, the truck was recovered at Krystals in Saraland. #cuzthugsgottaeat #thugsorderedthuglets We need your help in identifying THUG 1 AND THUG 2. They are both two white males, one having tattoos on the right side of his neck below the ear and on his right hand.#hemightbearedneckif #tats4thuglife If you know these THUGS, give us a call 251-574-8633. If you want to report a thug anonymously, go to www.mobileso.com/crimetips/. #nothugletsservedatmetro #beattheyhavebeenherebefore #crimetips #thugthursday

Don't forget to vote today...#rainorshine #leturvoicebheard #cantfussifudontvote

‪MCSO phones are down at the moment. We will let you all know when they’re back up. In case of an emergency, call 911.‬

THANKS FOR ALL THE INFO ON JAMES KEITH. JAMES WAS OUR THUG THURSDAY A FEW WEEKS AGO. HE WAS ARRESTED YESTERDAY #crimetips #thugthursday

It's THUG THURSDAY!!!! Today we are featuring PATRICK HUNTER TRUJILLO. Patrick has two outstanding warrants, Theft of property 1st and unauthorized use of a vehicle. #hewilltakeyostuff #stealsurcar Duff, you already confessed to taking the property and then selling to a pawn shop. Now we got to post you on facebook and go looking for you because you didn't show up for court #Patrickiswastingtaxdollars #dontmakeuscomegetyou Give us a call Duff, 251-574-8633 and we will send the courtesy car to get you.🚓 #acarwithsirens #thugtaxi4thuglife If anyone knows where Pman is and would like to share that information, go to www.mobileso.com/crimetips/ and we promise not to tell you shared. #thistimeputashirton #crimetips #thugthursday 😳

Don't be Scared... go here http://www.mobileso.com/warrant-search/. Turn yourself in before we have to come lookin for you! #checkyoself #happyhalloween #crimetips🙀👹👺💀☠️👽

HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS BY MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Tips for a Safe Halloween ADULTS Make sure the path to your door is clear, welcome trick-or-treaters with your porch lights and turn on any exterior lights. Patrol your street occasionally to discourage speeding motorists, acts of malicious mischief and crimes against children. Report any suspicious or criminal activity immediately. CALL 911 Do not give homemade or unwrapped treats to children. MOTORISTS Exercise extreme caution when driving a vehicle. Be on the alert for excited youngsters, whose vision may be obscured by masks, darting out into traffic. TRICK OR TREAT TIPS Make sure your kids dress up safely Make sure costumes are flame retardant so children aren't in danger near burning jack-o-lanterns. Keep costumes short to prevent trips, falls, and other bumps in the night. Try make-up instead of a mask. Masks can be hot and uncomfortable, and they can obstruct a child's vision, a dangerous thing when kids are crossing streets and going up and down steps. Make sure kids wear light colors or put reflective tape on their costumes. Create a map of a safe trick-or treating route and set a time limit for your children to “trick-or-treat”. Trick-or-treaters should always be in groups so they aren't a tempting target for real-life goblins. Parents should accompany young children. Make sure older kids trick-or-treat with friends. Together, map out a safe route so you will know where they are going. Tell them to stop only at familiar homes where the outside lights are on. Try to get your kids to trick-or-treat while it's still light out. If it's dark, make sure someone has a flashlight, add reflective tape to costumes and bags, and pick well-lighted streets. Do not go inside anyone’s home. Remain on the porch at all times. Do not accept rides from strangers and be sure children do not approach any vehicle, occupied or not. Remind kids to keep a safe distance from moving cars. Cross only at street corners, never between parked cars, and never diagonally across an intersection. Look in all directions before crossing the street, and obey all traffic signals. Walk, never run, across the street, and use sidewalks, not the street, for walking. Do not take shortcuts through back yards, alleys or parks. Do not eat any treats until parents have inspected them. Discard any homemade or unwrapped treats. Teach children how to call 9-1-1 in an emergency. Check all treats before eating It's hard for kids to hold back from eating their treats until they get home. One way to keep trick-or-treaters from digging in while they're still out is to feed them a meal or a snack beforehand. Check out all candy in a well-lighted place when your trick-or-treater gets home. What to eat? Only unopened candies and other treats that are in original wrappers. Don't forget to inspect fruit and homemade goodies for anything suspicious. By all means remind kids not to eat everything at once or they'll be feeling pretty ghoulish for while! Halloween can be a lot of fun for parents and kids alike--if everybody remembers the tricks and treats of playing it safe. COSTUMES etc: A note to parents: Make sure your children’s costumes are not flammable. Do not permit your children to wear cumbersome, floor length or vision-impairing costumes. Reflective stripes make your costume more visible. In lieu of masks, we recommend face make up. Wear comfortable, safe shoes. Call 9-1-1 if you suspect any tainted candy.

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Mobile County Sheriff's Office will be at following locations; WALGREENS 5705 Cottage HIll road 3948 Ariport Blvd 6396 Airport Blvd. CVS 4881 Schillinger Road. South 2550 Dauphin Street 3932 Cottage Hill Road 1401 Hillcrest Road 5660 Old Shell Road COSTCO 1450 Tingle Circle East MCSO SOUTHSIDE SUBSTATION 5808 US Highway 90 W. suite A. (open 24 hours, 7 days a week)

Mobile County Sheriff's Office will be at the following locations; CVS 4881 Schillinger Road S 2550 Dauphin Street 3932 Cottage Hill RD. 1401 Hillcrest Road 5660 Old Shell WALGREENS 5705 Cottage Hill 3948 Airport Blvd 6396 Airport Blvd COSTCO 1450 Tingle Circle East MCSO 5808 US Highway 90 W. suite A (This location is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day)

IT IS THUG THURSDAY!!!! Today's THUG is JAMES DUANE KEITH. Well, we are missing us some JIMBO! When you walked away from your work release job in September, we sent BOLO'S out, called your friends, contacted your family...NOTHING. Now, you don't call, you don't write...did we do something wrong? #somethingwesaid #wewantuback We went to Bayou La Batre where you like to hang out and got news that you were out on a shrimp boat. Wait what? #atleasturworking. Jimbo, you can't do that, you have to come on back here and do the time! #nowugotsomemo #nomoworkrelease4u Jimbo, give us a call so we can come and get you 251-574-8633. For heaven's sake, Bayou La Batre just signed a warrant on you this month for Burglary 3rd #whyuwannaactallwrong #jimmygottagetback #jimmyintroubleagain If anyone knows where Jimbo is and would like to tell us so we can run in and surprise him, go to www.mobileso.com/crimetips/ #wemissujimbo #notthesamewithoutyou #wemayhave2bringthedogs #woofwoof

We would like to introduce you to STEVEN DEMETRUIS GEORGE. #lastweeksthugthursday #otherthugisajuvenile STEVEN is one of the THUG'S that we posted last Thursday on Thug Thursday. STEVEN lives in Baldwin County and has been breaking in all the cars on that side of the bay and now has decided to head over to our side #welcomesteven #lookinforward2urstay #wegotprobationofficershere2 We would love to hear your side of the story. Give us a call 251-574-8633 so we can talk🙄 #wethinkugonnalikeourjailbetter #matchingflipflaps

MISSING PERSON/COLD CASE In 1976 JANE DOE X-1 was murdered and placed into Sessions Creek, near the Potter Tract Road Bridge in Grand Bay. It is believed that she may have been from another state. JANE was shot in the back of the head and both her hands were cut off. HENDERSON JAMES WILLIAMS has been identified as the probable suspect and is linked to this homicide, however, he passed away while serving time in prison for the murder of his mother, ERMA STANLEY WILLIAMS. ERMA was found floating in a body of water within the area of Hall Road and Interstate 10 in Grand Bay. ERMA's cause of death? Blunt force to the head,severly beaten and both hands cut from the body. At the time of his mother's murder we know HENDERSON JAMES WILLIAMS lived at 9500 Hall Road in Grand Bay, Alabama. MCSO is looking for any informtion about identity of this person or any information on her murder. If you would like to speak with the detective in charge of the case, call 251-574-8633. If you would like to email information about this case you may do so to coldcase@mobileso.com.

This week’s Cool School is UMS-Wright Preparatory School. UMS is celebrating their 125th birthday. We spent the morning learning about their arts department, and the younger students loved spending time with our K-9, Janko! #CoolSchools #SeatBeltsSaveLives NBC 15, WPMI - TV Mobile Megan Gannon NBC 15

It is THUG THURSDAY!!! What exactly is a THUG? That's easy, ANYONE who comes on YOUR PROPERTY to steal YOUR STUFF #redyellowblackorwhite #youngorold These two "thugs" broke into several vehicles in Newman's Pass Subdivision and even stole one of the cars, a 2012 Camry. The stolen vehicle was located in MPD jurisdiction. So now we just need their identity so we can get their orange suits and flap flops ready #haveubeenherebefore #upgradesforfrequentfliers #orangeisthenewblack If you know these two "thugs" call 251-574-8633. If you want to send an anonymous message go to www.mobileso.com/crimetips/ #reportathug #taxpayersrule

Thank you to all who attended the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation Pistol Match at Mobile County Range this past weekend. Below are a few photo's of our Explorers at the event. With over 440 people competing, Congrats to our own, CAPTAIN FRANK CASSADY, DEPUTY JOHNATHAN BUSH AND DEPUTY CHRIS TRIMMIER for taking 1st Place.

These three people are still reported as missing with Mobile County Sheriff's Office. We want to post again to see if anyone has any information. If you do have information and would like to speak with detective, call 251-574-8633. If you would like to report anonymously, go to www.mobileso.com/crimetips/. Our first missing person is VALERIE COYLE. VAL was last seen on August 17, 2018 in Grand Bay Area. She is 17 years old, green eyes, 5'6 and approximately 160 pounds. Our next missing person is TRISTA YELDING. Trista also goes by the name of Tasha. Trista went missing on April 4, 2017 from a friend's house on Raybon Road. Friends say she just ran into the woods and never returned. Trista left her purse, cell and all forms of ID. Trista is 24 years old. Our last missing person is APRIL RUSSELL. April was last heard from by her family on March 15, 2016. April is 5'4, brown eyes and hair, weighing 130 pounds and is 37 years old. She was last seen on Springhill Avenue and Stanton Road. If anyone has any information about these three missing females, please contact our office immediately. Please share so that these families can know what has happened to their loved ones. #crimetips #seesomethingsaysomething

IT IS THUG THURSDAY!!!! Today’s Thug is KENNETH DEMARIO AGEE. Kenny likes to advertise his stolen goods on Facebook Marketplace. Kenny and DETROIT DETROIT, advertised the stolen trailer for $800.00 and then met up with a buyer. #DDneed2ringusup2 #DDnothisrealname Kenny, Kenny, Kenny, you can’t just go around town stealing other people’s stuff and put it out there to sell…there is a name for that! #thief #receivingstolenproperty Don’t you know victims look for their stolen items on these pages? #thoushaltnotsteal #Godsrules Yesterday, when our Detective went down to sign these warrants on you, they found 3 other warrants on Drug Charges from MPD! Kenny, are you stealing from others to buy your drugs? #kennynotthinkingstraight #drugsrbad. Anybody know where Kenny at other than Facebook Marketplace? If you do, give us a call 251-574-8633. You may also go to www.mobileso.com/crimetips/ and report anonymously. #bettertellonkenny4hetellsonu #lookinforward2havinubackkenny #tellDDtobringyadown #crimetips #thugthursday

Congratulations to Golden Apple Award winner, Tracie Robinson at Allentown Elementary School! She was Aubreigh's teacher and the biggest supporter of Aubreigh's Army! Despite being in the hospital, Tracie made sure Aubreigh was able to attend her elementary school graduation with the help of robotic technology. #GoldenApple WKRG USA Children's & Women's Hospital Swift Supply Riviera Utilities Mobile County Public Schools

Congratulations to Golden Apple Award winner, Michelle Spriggs at Mattie T. Blount High School! You can see why her students lover her so much! WKRG #GoldenApple Swift Supply Riviera Utilities Mobile County Public Schools. If you have a favorite teacher you would like to nominate go to https://www.wkrg.com/golden-apple