La Paz County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: La Paz County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1109 Arizona Avenue, Parker, 85344 AZ
  • Chief:
Phone: 928-669-6141
Fax: 928-669-2008

La Paz County Sheriff's Office is located at 1109 Arizona Avenue, Parker, 85344 AZ. The La Paz County Sheriff's Office phone number is 928-669-6141.

La Paz County Sheriff's Office News

Thank you Spanky’s RV and Marine for donating the Yeti cooler for the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office Kid’s Christmas Program!!!

Sergeant Banuelos went all out at C.R.I.T. Head start today. The objective was to teach the students how to stay safe during Halloween. He even put on a dinosaur costume!!!😂😂😂

During the Haunted House, we offered to take everyone's picture with the understanding that they would be posted for them to retrieve from our account. Again, thank you to everyone who participated and attended.

La Paz County Sheriff's Office Kids Christmas Program is hosting a Paint Nite Fundrasier. Call 928-669-6141 ask for Hollie or Tammy or email at hbonds@lapazsheriff.org/ thiatt@lapazsheriff.org Reserve your spot now as space is limited.

We had a great turnout for the La Paz County Detention Haunted House. The staff worked hard to provide this to our community and it was very successful. We will be posting more pictures soon 👍 🎃 👻

As most of you are aware, the Arizona Sheriff’s Association has asked for gently used shoes to be donated to your local Sheriff’s Office. The shoes will be taken to Funds2orgs and the proceeds will be used to help with training across the state. The La Paz County Sheriff’s Office received over 180 shoes from Kim Eddie Rowland, along with Sadie May, (pictured here with Sheriff Risen). Thank you for your support!👍

October 26, 27, 28 Over the past few days Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, City of Yuma Police Department and the La Paz Count Sheriff’s Office participated in the 8th annual Public Safety Diver seminar! These professionals completed over 12 dives and 36 hours of instruction on 3 different bodies of water! Job Well Done! I’d like to recognize the following sponsors of this year’s class. Buckskin Fire Department, La Paz County Sheriff’s Office Boating Safety Division, the Parker Fire Department, the Ehrenburg Fire Department, The Colorado River Indian Tribes, River Island Market, Jersey Mike’s Subs, SCUBA Guy Diving, Sundance, House of Hero’s, APS, Air Methods, Castle Rock Shores and Arizona State Parks.

Happy 2018 Red Ribbon Week! What is one of your "Minion" Reasons to be Drug Free?

Bouse Wash running earlier today. Thanks for the video Juanita Casares.

The La Paz County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Jim Woodell, “Jim Woodell Enterprises”, and Chris Wilson from “Freedom Arms”, for the donation of $332 to the K-9 unit. Pictured from left to right, Jim Woodell, Sergeant Banuelos, Deputy Max and Chris Wilson. 👍

Just a reminder, it’s domestic violence awareness month. If you know someone in need of assistance, please let us know.

Another cool picture sent to us. Thanks Brandon Jaramillo!

Check out the storm approaching Bouse!! Please be careful driving, we have multiple accidents due to visibility issues. Try not to drive unless you have to. Thanks for the picture Juanita Casares.

We’re very proud of the volunteers in our area. Successfully neutered 32 cats on Friday. All FREE to the public. Our goal is to stop indiscriminate breeding so unwanted litters do not enter the shelter. We will have more of these FREE clinics in the future. Thank you Robin Schilling

We’re very proud of our graduates from the Pinal County Detention Academy. From left to right, Officer McLean, Officer Donahue, Officer Pacheco and Officer Piper. They represented La Paz County well, and we look forward to working with them.

Deputy Max would like to give a huge thanks to Tom and Jerry Mcguire from Parker. Deputy Max received a donation of dog shoes from the Mcguire’s to help assist him in sniffs of vehicles during the summer months on the interstate. As you can see he’s going to need a little more practice.

At approximately 2215 hours last night a subject who had suffered a gun shot wound arrived at Pride Truck Stop in Vicksburg. If anyone has any information in reference to this please contact La Paz County Sheriff’s Department Detective Johnson at 928-669-2281.

We were visited by the Parker High School “S” Club today. They were delivering flowers and reminding everyone about domestic violence awareness month coming up in October. Thank you for coming in to see us today ladies.

We’re very proud to introduce our very own Doc McStuffins!! Doctor Solano had a very sad visitor today. A little boy named William came in to the Vet with his toy doggie this morning. His dog’s name is Max and max was broken.. 😢 so he asked if Doctor Solano was the real life Doc McStuffin and could maybe fix max.... and she said “time for ur check up max!” They went and found batteries and fixed up max! Little William was so excited! They also gave him his shot and some medicine too! Thanks for being a great Doctor and a great person Rayanne Solano!! Doctor Solano will soon be helping us at the Animal Shelter here in Parker. Make sure to come by and say hello, maybe even adopt a pet while you’re at it.