Grant County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Grant County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 212 Barnes Road, Suite A, Williamstown, 41097 KY
  • Chief:
Phone: 859-824-3333

Grant County Sheriff's Department is located at 212 Barnes Road, Suite A, Williamstown, 41097 KY. The Grant County Sheriff's Department phone number is 859-824-3333.

Grant County Sheriff's Department News

The Grant County Sheriff's Office extend their condolences to the City of Dallas North Carolina Police Department and the family of Corporal Travis Wells. A police officer was killed in a rollover wreck Thursday morning in Dallas, North Carolina, according to North Carolina State Highway Patrol. The deadly single-vehicle crash happened at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 11 along Dallas-Bessemer City Highway. The officer has been identified as 46-year-old Cpl. Travis Wells. He served with the Dallas Police Department for 22 years. He was operating a marked patrol vehicle when the crash occurred.

The Grant County Sheriff's Office extend their condolences to the Waller County Texas Sheriff's Office and the family of the fallem deputy. A Waller County Sheriff's deputy was killed in a crash Wednesday night during the storms. Authorities say she was out working around FM 362 and Hoover Lane, southwest of Hockley, when her patrol car went off the road and into floodwaters. It's not clear how deep the water was, but it was deep enough that other deputies and officers struggled to pull her out of the water. Conversations heard over the law enforcement radios show that it was difficult to rescue her, but another deputy eventually reached her. "I can't get the doors open. Can you break the window? I've broken a window. I can't get the doors open," officials said to each other. Deputies saluted her body as she was loaded into the ambulance. The deputy was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital - Cypress, where she died. A procession of law enforcement vehicles escorted the body from the hospital into Houston to the medical examiner's office.

Our re-order of pink patches should arrive tomorrow. Please help us and stop by the Sheriff’s Office tomorrow afternoon to start purchasing pink patches again. Thank you for helping us fight breast cancer.

The Grant County Sheriff's Office extends their prayers and condolences to the Brigham City Police Department, Utah, and the family of Assistant Police Chief Dennis Vincent. DENNIS VINCENT Assistant Chief of Police Dennis Vincent died one week after suffering a brain aneurysm while participating in his annual physical fitness test on October 18th, 2018. He collapsed during a portion of the test and was taken to the University of Utah Hospital where he remained until passing away on October 26th, 2018. Assistant Chief Vincent had served with the Brigham City Police Department for 24 years and had previously served with the Willard Police Department for four years. He is survived by his wife, four sons, three grandchildren, and three siblings.

The Grant County Kentucky Sheriff's Office extends their prayers and condolences to the City of Washington Park Illinois Police Department and the family of Auxiliary Officer Ricardo Davis. RICARDO DAVIS Auxiliary Police Officer Ricardo Davis suffered fatal injuries when he fell from the Poplar Street Bridge, in East St. Louis, during a foot pursuit of a suspect at approximately 5:00 pm. He had attempted to stop a vehicle in Washington Park but the vehicle fled and lead him on a pursuit along I-64 through East St. Louis. The driver of the vehicle crashed on the Poplar Street Bridge and both occupants attempted to flee on foot just prior to crossing into Missouri. Officer Davis pursued one of the occupants on foot but fell or was pushed over a barrier separating two spans of the bridge. He was transported to a hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, where he succumbed to his injuries. Both subjects were taken into custody.

We would like to thank WHAS 11 Meteorologist Kaitlynn Fish for supporting our Grant County Sheriff’s Office Pink Patch Project.

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The Grant County Sheriff's Office convey prayers and condolences to the Florence County SC Sheriff's Office and the family of Investigator Farrah Turner. Investigator Farrah Turner suffered fatal gunshot wounds when she and other investigators from the Florence County Sheriff's Office arrived at a home to interview a suspect as part of a sex offense investigation. Sergeant Terrence Carraway, of the Florence Police Department, was shot and killed while responding to assist the wounded deputies at a house off of Vintage Drive. Another subject in the house opened fire on the deputies as they approached the house, wounding all three. The man then positioned himself in a vantage point in a second-floor window, giving him a view of fire of several hundred yards. Sergeant Carraway, along with three other Florence police officers, responded to the scene and were attempting to rescue the three wounded deputies when the subject opened fire on them too, shooting all four. The subject remained barricaded inside of his home for two hours before being taken into custody. All of the wounded officers were transported to a local hospital where Sergeant Carraway succumbed to his wounds. Investigator Turner underwent nine surgeries and remained in critical condition until succumbing to her wounds on October 22nd, 2018.

The men and women of the Grant County Sheriff’s Office extend our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family and friends and LMPD family of Jon Lesher. Your loss is ours to share. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Our prayers and condolences go out to the Gwinnett County Georgia Police Department and the family of the murdered officer.

Today's Breast Cancer Awareness Month Message. Breast cancer isn't only a female disease. Men can and do get breast cancer as well.

The Grant County Sheriff’s Office extends their condolences to the North Carolina State Police and the family of the murdered Trooper. COLUMBUS COUNTY, N.C. (WTVD) -- A North Carolina State Trooper is dead after authorities said he was shot during a traffic stop Wednesday morning.

We have a couple weeks left in our Pink Patch Project. New Pink Patches should be in any day now. We will advise here, when they arrive. Thanks for your continued support.

Thank you UKPD for the patch, your GCSO Pink Patch will be on its way to you soon.

The Grant County Sheriff's Office extend condolences to the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, Pennsylvania and the family of Corrections Officer Mark Anthony Gaspich. MARK ANTHONY GASPICH Corrections Officer Mark Gaspich suffered a fatal heart attack after climbing two ladders to reach the observation platform of a guard tower at SCI Camp Hill. He began to feel ill and then had to climb down the ladders to seek treatment. He collapsed after reaching the bottom of the tower. Officer Gaspich had served in law enforcement for over 15 years. He had served with the Dauphin County Sheriff's Office prior to his service with the Pennslyvania Department of Corrections. He also served a volunteer firefighter with the Linglestown Fire Company. Officer Gaspich is survived by his father and two brothers.

The Grant County Kentucky Sheriff's Office extend condolences to the Sulfolk County Police Department and the family of Sergeant Dennis W, Reichardt. DENNIS W. REICHARDT Sergeant Dennis Reichardt died as the result of cancer he developed after spending three months searching through debris at the site of the World Trade Center and the Fresh Kills landfill following the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks. Sergeant Reichardt had served with the Suffolk County Police Department for 29 years. He is survived by his wife, three children, and one grandchild. On the morning of September 11th, 2001, seventy-two officers from a total of eight local, state, and federal agencies were killed when terrorist hijackers working for the al Qaeda terrorist network, headed by Osama bin Laden, crashed four hijacked planes into the World Trade Center towers in New York City, the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, and a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. After the impact of the first plane into the World Trade Center's North Tower, putting the safety of others before their own, law enforcement officers along with fire and EMS personnel, rushed to the burning Twin Towers of the World Trade Center to aid the victims and lead them to safety. Due to their quick actions, it is estimated that over 25,000 people were saved. As the evacuation continued, the South Tower unexpectedly collapsed as a result of the intense fire caused by the impact. The North Tower collapsed a short time later. Seventy-one law enforcement officers, 343 members of the New York City Fire Department and over 2,800 civilians were killed at the World Trade Center site. A third hijacked plane crashed into a field in rural Pennsylvania when the passengers attempted to re-take control of the plane. One law enforcement officer, who was a passenger on the plane, was killed in that crash. The fourth hijacked plane was crashed into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, killing almost 200 military and civilian personnel. No law enforcement officers were killed at the Pentagon on 9/11. The terrorist attacks resulted in the declaration of war against the Taliban regime, the illegal rulers of Afghanistan, and the al Qaeda terrorist network which also was based in Afghanistan. On September 9th, 2005, all of the public safety officers killed on September 11th, 2001, were posthumously awarded the 9/11 Heroes Medal of Valor by President George W. Bush. The contamination in the air at the World Trade Center site caused many rescue personnel to become extremely ill and eventually led to the death of several rescue workers. On May 1st, 2011 members of the United States military conducted a raid on a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, and killed Osama bin Laden.

We are investigating a theft of a vehicle from Bruce’s in Mason. The theft occurred around 6:30 pm on October 13th, 2018. The registration plate on the vehicle is 188-AAE. The vehicle was last seen traveling north on US 25 towards Williamstown. The vehicle is a 1998 Toyota Corolla, blue in color, with a tan hood and multiple Trump stickers on the rear window, along with Grant County football stickers. If you can identify the male subject in these pictures or see the vehicle, contact dispatch at 859-428-1212. Deputy Travis Williams is investigating. Another breast cancer awareness video. October is breast cancer awareness month.

We have reordered more pink patches and they will arrive any day. Keep posted for announcements

We are praying for the full recovery of the Owensboro KY Police Officer.

We still have pink magnets available for purchase. Thank you Snappy Tomato Pizza and Gold Star Chili for sponsoring our GCSO Pink Magnets. Supporting our Pink Patch Project never tasted so good. #gcsoppp

We are still selling patches and magnets. Help us fight breast cancer #gcsoppp