Noble County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Noble County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 210 7th Street, Albion, 46701 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: (260) 636-2182
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Noble County Sheriff's Office is located at 210 7th Street, Albion, 46701 IN. The Noble County Sheriff's Office phone number is (260) 636-2182.

Noble County Sheriff's Office News

Recently a citizen contacted our agency and reported that they received a call that came up as the Noble County Sheriff's Department's phone number. The caller told the citizen that his wife had warrants out for her arrest and requested that he send money through PayPal to take care of the warrants. This call was a scam. The Noble County Sheriff's Department does not request money over the phone. Please use caution when giving out personal information over the phone. 📞

🚧🚦⚠️ The traffic light at the northern intersection of State Rd. 3 and State Rd. 8 is currently not working. Treat the intersection as a 4-way stop until fixed.

Today we celebrated with Matron Renee Harp as she wraps up a long and respected career with the Noble County Sheriffs Department. Renee began with our department in 1987 as a clerk. A couple years later she took on the role of Asst. Matron and held that position until her role as Matron. Renee served the last 8 years in that roll along side her husband, Sheriff Doug Harp. Renee your laugh and personality will be greatly missed. Enjoy Retirement, you’ve earned it.

Happy Halloween 🎃 Please help us keep the trick or treaters throughout Noble County safe tonight! Watch for people crossing traffic, congestion, and loose animals. Pets can become very protective of their homes. Using designated cross-walks can be a much safer way to cross roadways. Remember that seat belts are required by law for all passengers in a forward moving vehicle. Please check all candy prior to consuming it. Have a safe Halloween!

We have received a report of a small razor blade being found in a candy bar. This was reported as being received at Chain O’ Lakes during the trick or treating. As always, check candy before allowing your children to eat it when it comes from strangers.

Yesterday we celebrated with our retiring Crime Scene Detective Dean Gillespie. Dean has over 43 years of service to Noble County. Dean began his career with the Kendallville Police Department in 1975. He then began working for the Noble County Sheriff’s department in 1996. We thank Dean for his dedication and wish him well as he begins another chapter in life.

***WANTED SUBJECT*** MARK A. COOMBES Date of Birth: 04/03/1987 Height: 5 Feet 11 Inches Weight: 220 lbs Hair Color: BROWN Eye Color: BROWN MARK A. COOMBES has 1 outstanding warrants for his arrest out of Noble County. #1 - THEFT - D FELONY Anyone with information in regards to the location of MARK A. COOMBES is asked to contact the Noble County Sheriff's Department at 1 (260) 636-2182, or your local law enforcement agency outside of Noble County. “All suspects and subjects of postings herein are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law and any and all crimes are alleged until a court or regulatory agency finds otherwise”

***WANTED SUBJECT*** EULICE G. COMBS Date of Birth: 08/18/1980 Height: 6 Feet 02 Inches Weight: 175 lbs Hair Color: BROWN Eye Color: BLUE EULICE G. COMBS has 1 outstanding warrant for his arrest out of Noble County. #1 - NONSUPPORT OF A DEPENDENT CHILD - 5 FELONY Anyone with information in regards to the location of EULICE G. COMBS is asked to contact the Noble County Sheriff's Department at 1 (260) 636-2182, or your local law enforcement agency outside of Noble County. “All suspects and subjects of postings herein are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law and any and all crimes are alleged until a court or regulatory agency finds otherwise”

WAITING ON A WRECKER First responders from the Ligonier Fire and Police Departments, as well as the Noble County Sheriff Department, took a moment for reflection following the chaos of an early morning accident on US 6 at Rochester Rd. Six total people were taken to an area hospital for non life threatening injuries after a southbound Ford Explorer pulled out into the path of a westbound Ford Explorer on US 6. The early morning sunrise is believed to have been a contributing factor in the collision which remains under investigation by the NCSD.

We recently had a gathering to honor Chief Deputy Chad Willet. Chad has retired after more than 19 working for the Noble County Sheriff's Department. Chad held many roles for us until his final position as Chief Deputy. Chad has moved on to begin a new career in Tennessee with his family. Chad will be greatly missed by our NCSD family.

October 11, 2018 News Release Noble County Sheriff’s Department On October 11th, 2018 at approximately 6:30 a.m. a search warrant was served at a residence in Kendallville in an attempt to locate Charles Lee Wiedman, whom had been inadvertently released from the Noble County Jail on October 9th. Mr. Wiedman had been incarcerated for a level 6 Felony for Auto Theft on September 25th, 2018. On October 9th Mr. Wiedman appeared in Noble County Superior Court II and was granted an early release which was to take place on October 25th, 2018. In the early morning hours of October 11, 2018 information was obtained leading police to believe that Mr. Wiedman was inside a residence on Perkins Street in Kendallville. Noble County Deputies, Kendallville Police, and the Avilla Police Department attempted to make contact with any occupants that may be inside without success. Entry into the residence was made and Mr. Wiedman and another individual were located inside without incident.

ROAD CLOSURE Be advised that US 6 near Wawaka will be shut down as crews scramble to clean up the mess left from an overturned semi.

NOBLE COUNTY EMA: US 6 BETWEEN 290 W AND 700 N WILL BE CLOSED DUE TO AN ACCIDENT nixle.us/AFW9Q Reply with a friend's # to forward