Stanley County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Stanley County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 8 E 2nd Ave, Fort Pierre, 57532 SD
  • Chief:
Phone: 605-223-7792
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Stanley County Sheriff's Office is located at 8 E 2nd Ave, Fort Pierre, 57532 SD. The Stanley County Sheriff's Office phone number is 605-223-7792.

Stanley County Sheriff's Office News

Stanley County Court House is open at all entrances for storm shelter.

This young lady was found in River Bluff Trailer Court. Pleas call Dispatch at 773-7410 to claim. She is headed to the Pierre animal clinic.

The owner of the little black and white dog called in and will be bonding her out of doggy jail. Thanks!

Small older female dog found by motorist at Hwy 83 and Main Ave. in Fort Pierre 5-9-2018 at 1:50 PM. No collar but appears to have been recently clipped.She was taken to the Pierre Animal Shelter. If you are missing this nice little dog, please give us a call at 605-223-7792, or Dispatch at 605-773-7410 so she can get out of doggy jail.

Time once again to start thinking ahead to the snow storm that is being predicted to hit us 4-13-2018 and last through the weekend. If your vehicles are parked on the snow routes in Fort Pierre and there is over 2 inches of snow, the chances are good that it will cost you at least $50.00 for the ticket and considerably more if it is towed. Please don't park on the snow routes until it has been plowed curb to curb.

SD Hwy 1806 north of Fort Pierre is closed between Cut Across Rd and mile marker 202, while the Sheriff’s Office investigates an accident. Please plan an alternate route.

THE CITY OF FORT PIERRE IS STILL UNDER EMERGENCY SNOW ROUTES It is still snowing folks! There is more then 2 inch additional accumulation of snow, and the Snow Routes will be enforced and tickets will be written. They are $50.00 each, and your vehicle may be towed at your expense. Save yourself a ticket and move your vehicles off of the snow routes until the event has passed. Do a good deed and notify your neighbors if you see their vehicles on the snow route. The emergency snow route stays in effect until the snow event has passed. Please help the plows and do not park in the emergency snow route until the storm has passed.

We recently received information of a SCAM involving people posing as the Internet Crime Complaint Center. They are sending emails stating you are a victim of an internet crime and are entitled to restitution. They email you a form to fill out and send to them. When you download the form it is infected with malware that steals your personal information. Delete these emails and do not download anything or reply to them. These emails look officail but are not.

2-8-2018 It is snowing folks! If there is a 2 inch accumulation the Snow Routes will be enforced and tickets will be written. They are $50.00 each, and your vehicle may be towed at your expense. Save yourself a ticket and move your vehicles off of the snow routes until it is plowed curb to curb. Do a good deed and notify your neighbors of you see their vehicles on the snow route. The City crews are still busy working on water line problems, but eventually they will send out plows if there is over two (2") of snow on the streets.

City of Fort Pierre is dealing with a couple water line breaks. They are currently working to restore water to your homes.

The Stanley County Sheriff's Office recovered some hand tools yesterday that were in the possession of an intoxicated individual who was trying to sell them. We have reason to believe they were not his tools. The tools were recovered near the Cowboy Country store. If you are missing any tools please call us at 605-223-7792 or Dispatch at 605-773-7410 and ask to speak to the Sheriff or one of the Deputies.

Please take the time to read this post. It may save a life.

It is that time of year again in South Dakota where the temps are dipping below zero and the roof sewer vents are freezing. If the vents freeze shut, deadly gas can’t escape and may enter your home. Please check your roof vents, and notify your neighbors if theirs are frozen. It is also a good idea to replace the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors for the winter. The Stanley County Sheriff’s Office wish everyone a safe and Happy New Year!

Last week the Stanley County Sheriff's Office recovered a large amount of beer that appeared to have been possibly stolen. As of this date we have not been able to determine where it came from. If you have any information please call our office at 605-223-7792 or Dispatch at 605-773-7410.

The Stanley County Sheriff’s Office has knowledge of a packaging scam that has been discovered lately in Fort Pierre. The scam starts with an email that indicates you can make big money from your home by just receiving packages, and sending them to a different person and address. After replying to the email, they get the person to believe they are employees of the company, and talk the person into sending them personal information such as driver’s license info as well as photo, phone, and email information. The new employee receives forms and phone calls from individuals convincing them that they are legit. They promise to pay $20.00 for every box that is received and shipped by the person being scammed. They also email new labels with different names and addresses to send the packages to. We believe that the items are being purchased on the internet by fraudulent means by the scammers. No money or wages are ever received, and before the retailer can discover they are victims, the product had gone through several different locations and is not recovered. While the person being scammed has not been asked to pay anything out of pocket, they have been used to further a theft. Please check with the South Dakota Attorney General's Office before applying for this type of job on line. Call 1-800-300-1986. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is a scam.

Missing in the area of Hwy 63 near the Cheyenne School. If located please contact the Sheriff’s Office 605-223-7792 or Pierre Police Dispatch 605-773-7410.

Everyone at the Sheriff's Office would like to wish you a happy and safe Thanksgiving!

We had fun at trick or trunk tonight!!

Yes it is getting to that time of year where recreational vehicles need to be off of the City Streets. It is much easier to move them when there is no snow or cold weather to deal with. November 15th to March 15th are the dates. The City Ordinance is as follows: N-4-8.1 WINTER PARKING RESTRICTIONS All types of boats, campers, and recreational vehicles are not permitted to park on any of the traveled portion of the public right of way during the time period of November 15 until March 15 of each year for a continuous period of more than 24 hours. N-4-8.2 FINE Any trailer or recreational vehicle found in direct violation of this ordinance shall be fined $25.00 and the actual cost of removal and towing. The cost of such towing. The cost of such towing and any storage charges shall be paid to the city by the owner of the trailer or recreational vehicle in addition to the prescribed fine prior to release of said trailer or recreational vehicle.

Today we took a report of a person who was tricked into thinking they won a big cash prize from Publishers Clearing House. It may be too late to recover anything for this person. 1. Never give any money to people you do not personally know. Especially someone who calls you on the phone or sends you an email. 2. You are never required to pay money to someone before collecting a prize. 3. If it seems to good to be true it probably is. 4. If you have any questions please call your local law enforcement.

Stanley County Sheriff Brad Rathbun and Chief Deputy Greg Swanson dressed for the Fort Pierre Bicentenial Parade.

The haze & smoke smell you are seeing in the area (and in much of South Dakota) is from numous fires currently burning in Montana; Oregon; Washington; Canada & other places. It will get worse (the haze & smell) before it gets better, so please dont call 9-1-1 to report it unless you physically see a fire in the area.

Burglars are targeting residential neighborhoods in Fort Pierre. The Stanley County Sheriff's Office have received at least two recent complaints of thefts that have occurred from unlocked vehicles parked in closed attached garages of residents. The thefts probably happened between the hours of 10 PM and 5 AM. Residents are asked to lock your walk in doors to your garage as well as lock your vehicles inside the garage. If you see anyone walking or driving around in your neighborhoods late at night and they appear suspicious please call 911.

A set of keys was turned in to the Stanley County Sheriff's Office found at the Diamond Rio Concert. Please call the Office at 223-7792 or Dispatch at 773-7410 to claim.