Guthrie County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Guthrie County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 200 North 5th Street, Guthrie Center, 50115 IA
  • Chief:
Phone: (641) 747-2214
Fax: (641) 747-3346

Guthrie County Sheriff's Office is located at 200 North 5th Street, Guthrie Center, 50115 IA. The Guthrie County Sheriff's Office phone number is (641) 747-2214.

Guthrie County Sheriff's Office News

Deputy Gries, Deputy Mink and K9 Rage gave a presentation to the Guthrie Center Elementary today for Red Ribbon Week. The kids and Rage had a blast. Thanks for inviting us!

We may be biased, but we think little Hank had one of the best Halloween costumes in the county.

Please use caution around Guthrie Center and other Guthrie County towns tonight while the little kids run around trick or treating

Today, Patrick Thompson was sentenced to life in prison by District Court Judge McCall. Our office would like thank everyone involved with putting this case together and prosecuting it. A true team effort from the beginning. Everyone from the Guthrie Center and Panora FIre Departments, all the way to the Iowa Attorney General’s Office. If we listed all of the agencies and organizations that helped bring this case to today’s culmination, you’d be reading for another five minutes. So simply put, thank you!

GUILTY on all counts.

Guthrie County Sheriff's Office is investigating two burglaries that occurred overnight 10-5-18 in Jamaica Iowa. Our Office is seeking assistance in identifing the male subject suspected in these burglaries. If you have any information please contact Chief Deputy Jeremy Bennett at the Guthrie County Sheriff's Office 641-747-2214.

The Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office would like to express our heartfelt condolences to Maureen Lubeck and family in this time of loss. Kim Lubeck performed a much needed public safety function, working with the sheriff’s office for years cleaning up car accidents and assisting stranded motorists. Kim will be missed by all.

Yesterday, the Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office hosted members of the Kosovo 🇽🇰National Police and the Johnston, Iowa Police Department. The Kosovo National Police Officers are in Iowa learning about law enforcement practices in Iowa and the United States. Sheriff Arganbright provided everyone with a tour of the sheriff’s office and jail, while Deputy Michelsen and Deputy Gries provided a power point presentation to the group. The Kosovo and the Kosovo National Police are partnered with the Johnston Police Department and the State of Iowa as “sister cities/states”.

According to the National Law Enforcement Memorial, 72 line of duty deaths occurred on 09/11/01. Dozens of additional officers have died due to ground zero toxins. Lt. Col. Grossman does the young NYPD patrolman (pictured below) justice by describing his sacrifice. Please notice the glove on his left hand.

Meth, not even once.

Keep up the good work Guthrie County.

Good job Deputy Henry on putting this investigation together.

Please don’t do this folks.

Great job by Deputy Thorn and all of the other law enforcement officers who made this happen!

The Guthrie County Sheriffs Office is seeking assistance from the public in finding the perpetrators in the attempted theft of this UTV. The UTV was parked in hunting timber five miles south of Bayard on the east side of Justice Road. Our investigation leads us to believe the attempted theft occurred at night, involved another ATV/UTV, and a half ton pickup or larger. A gold or silver metallic pickup with Polk County license plates was seen in the area on Sunday, August 26th at around 8:30 am. The attempted theft occurred between noon on Saturday, August 25th and 1:00 pm Sunday, August 26th. Any information one feels is valuable can be directed to Deputy Gries via this Facebook page of via our office phone number (641)747-2214.

If you have any information about this, please call our office at (641)747-2214.

When in doubt, just stop. Better safe than sorry.

First day of school in Guthrie County. Please watch for the buses and kiddos.

With school coming up, please study this graphic. It will help keep our kids safe this school year.

That’s a lot of methamphetamine!

Drugs are bad. Don’t do them. That is all.

Lots of hard work went into this. Get out and enjoy the new courts.

Thank you for your service Chief.