Cabell County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Cabell County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 750 5th Ave, Huntington, 25701 WV
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Phone: (304) 526-8663; (304)526-8663
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Cabell County Sheriff's Department is located at 750 5th Ave, Huntington, 25701 WV. The Cabell County Sheriff's Department phone number is (304) 526-8663; (304)526-8663.

Cabell County Sheriff's Department News

Home Incarceration made another stop recently at the Cabell/Wayne Animal Shelter assisting in caring for the animals and cleaning the shelter. Great job!

The litter cleanup season has ended and the Sheriff’s Home Confinement Division is now committing Wednesdays and Saturdays to the animal shelter. The animal shelter has a horse in their possession, not something they normally deal with. Officer Dorsey who is experienced with horses is donating feed.

Laura Trump met several of Cabell County’s finest this evening. Agencies represented are the Cabell Sheriff’s Office, the WV State Police, and the Huntington Police Dept.

In addition to Home Incarceration inmates volunteering at the Cabell Wayne Animal Shelter, they have also been busy cleaning up the area around the shelter in Huntington. It certainly needed it! Great job folks!

Donnie Albright, III was arrested in Guyandotte a short time ago by Deputies and Home Confinement Officers. Thanks to the public for your assistance.

There is a phone scam going around our area. A male is claiming to be Sgt. Dennis Ray, and is asking for money relating to jury duty or warrants. Disclaimer: The Cabell County Sheriff’s Office will NEVER solicit money over the phone! This is a SCAM! Please like and share this post to get the word out.

We would like to announce the hire of and congratulate our newest Deputy. He is pictured with his Daddy Cpl. T. McFann, and will no doubt be running things in no time!

Today, October 19, 2018, Sheriff Zerkle and Deputy Talbott visited Fifth Avenue Baptist Church in Huntington for Police Day. The children including the Sheriff’s grandchildren were excited to see the guys and cruiser.

While supervising inmates performing community service at the Animal Shelter today, HCO Lusher adopted this potbelly pig and named her Cupcake!

Today, several agencies participated in the LEPC Drill at Huntington High School. We would like to thank 1Sgt. G.N. Losh of the WV State Police for all of his assistance in the Command Post, E.M.50.

We would like to take a moment to congratulate one of our own... Today, Deputy Dakota Render graduated from the WV State Police Academy. Dakota is a USMC veteran, and is ready to start his assignment to the Patrol Division. He will complete his Field Training obligation with experienced Deputies and eventually be patrolling on his own. Congratulations, Deputy Render! Pictured are Sheriff C.N. Zerkle, Jr., Chief Deputy D.W. Adams, and Sgt. K.A. White,II, along with Deputy Render.

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Today, 09/26/2018, Home Incarceration Inmates volunteered at the Animal Shelter. This has become a weekly staple for the inmates, and both the animals and the folks volunteering enjoy it!

This past Wednesday, Home Incarceration inmates once again volunteered at the Cabell-Wayne Animal Shelter. This interaction is great for the participants as well as the animals.

The gentleman missing from Milton, WV has been located and is safe. Thank you to the public for your assistance.

We are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying these suspects and vehicle. They were involved in a shoplifting incident at Wal-Mart near the Huntington Mall over the weekend. Anyone with information should contact the Detective Division at 304-743-1594.

This past Saturday, the Home Incarceration Division conducted Litter Control on Howell’s Mill Road in Ona. 28 bags of garbage and several large items were collected.

We are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the man shown here. He and another not pictured are wanted in connection with a breaking and entering at the YMCA Kennedy Center on Rt.2. Anyone with information should contact the Detective Division at 304-743-1594. Thank you.

Today the Sheriff’s Home Confinement Division took eight inmate volunteers to the Cabell-Wayne animal shelter to assist with cleaning and interacting with the animals. Director Stowasser is very proud and pleased with the number of volunteers and the work they did.

The Detective Division is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the person or persons who stole this black utility trailer with a lawn tractor and belly mower attachment from the Woodville Drive area of Huntington in the past few weeks. Anyone with information on the red truck (suspect vehicle), or the stolen items can contact the Detective Division at 304-743-1594. Thanks in advance.

We’re proud to serve our local schools!

Today, August 22, 2018, Home Confinement inmates at the direction of Sam Stowasser volunteered at the Cabell Wayne Animal Shelter. Volunteers cleaned and sanitized kennels, took dogs for walks, and gave some much needed love and attention to the animals. Officer Dorsey couldn’t resist spending time with the dogs. There may be an adoption in the near future! We are hoping to make this a weekly event.

Today, August 18, 2018, the Home Incarceration Litter Control joined with the Four Pole Watershed Association to clean up trash in the city of Huntington. Home Incarceration inmates collected over 50 bags of garbage and combined with other volunteers close to 100 bags were collected. We collected tires, large items and multiple needles that will be properly disposed of.

This weekend, the Home Incarceration Division conducted a Litter Control cleanup on Guyan River Road. 19 bags of garbage and several large items were collected. Participants were persons on Alternative Sentencing completing service requirements. #cleancabell

This past week, Deputy Mike Talbott spoke to several children at the United Baptist Church Camp in Salt Rock. Talbott is a School Resource Officer in two of our county’s middle schools who does a wonderful job with our youth. He has also piloted a national teen intervention program.