Delaware County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Delaware County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 100 W Washington St # 4, Muncie, 47305 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: 765-747-7885

Delaware County Sheriff's Office is located at 100 W Washington St # 4, Muncie, 47305 IN. The Delaware County Sheriff's Office phone number is 765-747-7885.

Delaware County Sheriff's Office News

Honoring all who have served; thank you! You will never be forgotten.

Good work Deputy Curtis, keep it up! Only a few weeks left to go...

Recently when our undercover DTF agents spotted a subject wanted on an outstanding warrant, our cameras were there to capture the action! We look forward to showing you more behind-the-scenes action as our deputies serve the citizens of Delaware County in the weeks and months to come!

Please, pay attention while driving and help prevent tragedy!

Teens are busier than ever: studying, extracurricular activities, part-time jobs, and spending time with friends are among the long list of things they do to fill their time. However, with these activities, teens tend to compromise something very important — sleep. This is a dangerous habit that can lead to drowsy driving.

TALK TO YOUR TEEN ABOUT SAFE DRIVING HABITS National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 21-27, 2018 This week is a great opportunity for parents to start – and hopefully, continue – having conversations with their teens about the importance of driving safely. Whether teens are driving a car, truck, or SUV, the rules stay the same, and they shouldn’t have the keys if they don’t know them. The greatest dangers for teen drivers are alcohol consumption, inconsistent or no seat belt use, distracted and drowsy driving, speeding, and driving with passengers in the vehicle.

Teen drivers transporting passengers can lead to disastrous consequences. Research shows that the risk of a fatal crash goes up dramatically in direct relation to the number of passengers in a car.

Sheriff Ray Dudley welcomes his first grandchild, Ella Rose Dudley, into the world this afternoon at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital. Ella is the daughter of Ray’s son Josh and his wife Brittany. Congratulations Grandpa!

Distractions while driving are more than just risky — they can be deadly. In 2016, among teen drivers involved in fatal crashes, 10 percent were reported as distracted at the time of the crash.

In 2016, almost one-third (31%) of all teen drivers of passenger vehicles involved in fatal crashes were speeding at the time of the crash, and males were more likely to be involved in fatal speeding-related crashes than females.

Wearing a seat belt is one of the simplest ways for teens to stay safe in a vehicle. Yet too many teens aren’t buckling up. In fact, there were 569 passengers killed in passenger vehicles driven by teen drivers, and more than half (54%) of those passengers who died were NOT buckled up at the time of the fatal crash.

All teens are too young to legally buy, possess, or consume alcohol. However, nationally, in 2016, nearly one out of five teen drivers of passenger vehicles involved in a fatal crash had been drinking.

National Teen Driver Safety Week - October 21-27, 2018 This week and every week, parents should have conversations with their teens about the important rules they need to follow to stay safe behind the wheel of a passenger car, truck, or SUV. These rules address the greatest dangers for teen drivers: alcohol, inconsistent or no seat belt use, distracted and drowsy driving, speeding, and number of passengers.

“Delaware County sheriff’s investigators allege Andrew Scott Haler, 35, of the 1700 block of West 13th Street, broke into a storage building in the 7800 block of North Delaware County Road 320-E in mid-September, stealing two saws, a weed eater and a nail gun.”

A little good news, for a change, on the illicit drug issue...

Sheriff Ray Dudley speaks with retired late-show host David Letterman Thursday evening at a private event held in Muncie. Sheriff Dudley and several department command staff members provided security for the visiting celebrity.

Sheriff Dudley and Capt. John Holding talk with Muncie Police Officer Gabe Wilmes this morning at the Yorktown Church of the Nazarene annual Heroes Sunday service in Morrow's Meadow Park. The event honors first-responders from police, fire and EMS agencies throughout Delaware County.

Deputies Jordan King and Rodney Parker (top left) and Corrections Officer Travis Barber (bottom left) are presented Pilot Club International awards as officers-of-the-year for their outstanding service to the community. Sheriff Ray Dudley and Jail Comander Lt. Rick Richman read the citations. Congratulations guys, great work!

***UPDATE*** Suspect in custody! Apprehended by Anderson PD in Madison County.

***UPDATE*** Suspect in custody! Apprehended by Anderson PD in Madison County.

Deputy David Vest stops to give some free books to Vivian, 3, and Sophia, 6, as they were playing in a park with their dad, Andrew, Monday afternoon in Muncie. The books, provided by MuncieBY5, are part of an initiative to get young people reading. Participating deputies carry an assortment of books in their patrol vehicles to give out as time permits.

Sheriff’s Deputies aid in the manhunt for a murder suspect.

A second suspected Indianapolis drug dealer in as many days is taken into custody by Sheriff’s undercover narcotics deputies after allegedly selling more than 14-grams of crack cocaine to a confidential informant earlier today in Daleville. Today’s suspect, Karlishia Woods, allegedly has strong ties to the suspect arrested yesterday near Yorktown and a cocaine distribution network working out of Indianapolis supplying illicit drugs to Delaware County.

Sheriff Ray Dudley and members of the Sheriff’s SWAT team assist Drug Task Force deputies with the arrest of a suspected Indianapolis drug dealer near Yorktown after he allegedly sold cocaine to a confidential informant in the parking lot of a local business. The suspect, Rondell Jarome Williams, was considered high-risk because of previous charges of fleeing from and resisting law enforcement prompting the use of SWAT personnel in the arrest.

Sheriff Ray Dudley honors Cpl. David Brown (L) and Deputy Mitch Corry with public safety awards for their year-long efforts in making the annual Sheriff’s Kid's Camp a success every Summer. The awards were presented during the annual Red, White and Blue Sunday program at Grace Baptist Church in Yorktown, a service commemorating the actions and loss of First Responders in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington DC.