Marquette County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Marquette County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 236 West Baraga Avenue, Marquette, 49855 MI
  • Chief:
Phone: 906-225-8435
Fax: (906) 225-8485

Marquette County Sheriff's Office is located at 236 West Baraga Avenue, Marquette, 49855 MI. The Marquette County Sheriff's Office phone number is 906-225-8435.

Marquette County Sheriff's Office News

The Slow no Wake Order has been lifted on all Marquette County waterways.

RE: High Visibility Seatbelt Enforcement The Marquette County Sheriff's Office along with officers from the Montello Police Department, Westfield Police Department, Oxford Police Department, Neshkoro Police Department are joining forces to continue our goal of reducing seabelt violations. A $70,000 federal grant provided by the Wisconsin Bureau of Transportation Safety will be shared amongst the agencies involved. The primary focus of this grant is to reduce seatbelt related violations and bring awareness to our communities with a goal of promoting a safer environment. This grant is active from October of 2018 through September of 2019.

The Marquette County Sheriff's Office is teaming up with the Marquette County Health Department and Marquette County Emergency Medical Services on October 27th. Along with the drug take back, the Marquette County Health Department will be giving out free medication lock boxes and Marquette County EMS will be taking back medical needles and sharps. Please see the attached poster for how they need to be packaged.

**Gumz Farms Sponsors K9 Unit ** The Marquette County Sheriff’s Office would like to recognize Gumz Farms for their support of the Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit. Gumz Farms recently made a generous donation to the K9 unit, allowing the purchase of 300 plush replicas of K9’s Axel and Blackjack. On October 2nd, Captain Mike Kowalski and K9 Axel along with Sergeant Brian Noll and K9 Blackjack visited the Gumz Farms located in Endeavor, in order to personally thank them for the donation. They are pictured here with Roderick and Richard Gumz. These plush K9’s are available for purchase directly from the Marquette County Sheriff’s Office, at the cost of $20 each, or $30 for the set of two. For those who purchase the set of two, you will also receive a Marquette County Sheriff K9 T-shirt (while sizes/colors/supplies last). All proceeds from their sales will be used to fund our K9 unit, which continues to operate completely on donations and fundraising efforts. To make a purchase, please stop and see one of our administrative assistants during regular business hours.

We would like to thank Mike and Cathy's Good Old Days and all of the ATV riders who participated in this year's ride. The ride consisted of 16 machines and raised $450 for the K9 unit.

Neshkoro Resident Donates for New K9 Stab & Bullet Proof Vest On September 13, 2018, Steve Stadler of Neshkoro contacted the Marquette County Sheriff’s Office and wanted to talk about their police dog program. Captain Mike Kowalski and Steve connected and planned for a date for Steve to meet one of the police dogs. Steve mentioned he recently had contact with a patrol deputy at his residence. He said Deputy Blake Brandner was very social and professional during his interaction with him. It was his contact in early September with Deputy Brander that prompted him to donate to Marquette County. Steve said he had been working on saving his money for over two years to donate money to an animal organization. On September 18, 2018, Steve arrived at the Marquette County Sheriff’s Office and met with Chief Deputy Joe Konrath, Captain Kowalski, Deputy Brandner and K9 Axel. Steve was able to interact with K9 Axel and told us a few stories of when he was in the Vietnam War. Steve proudly served our Country as a member of the Navy from 1970 to 1976. He worked as a Damage Control Firefighter from 1972 to 1973 in Vietnam. Steve said he had several friends who were K9 handlers in the war and wanted to give back to a working dog. Steve donated $1,000 to the Marquette County Crime Stoppers Inc. K9 Fund for the purchase of a new stab and bullet-proof vest for the next Marquette County Sheriff’s Office K9. Wisconsin Vest-A-Dog (Janesville, WI) assisted with the vesting of K9 Axel and K9 BlackJack when they were new on patrol in Marquette County. Pictured L to R: Captain Kowalski, K9 Axel, Steve Stadler, Chief Deputy Konrath, Deputy Brandner

Mark your calendars for February!

DRUG TAKE BACK INITIATIVE ON OCTOBER 27TH The Marquette County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) coordinating a Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative throughout Wisconsin. The Prescription Drug Take Back one-day event is scheduled for Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 8:00AM to 2:00PM at the Marquette County Sheriff’ Office 67 W. Park St. Montello, Wisconsin. The goal is to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the public about the potential for abuse of these medications. Unused or expired medicine should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Water reclamation facilities are not designed to remove all of them and trace amount of pharmaceuticals are showing up in rivers and lakes around the world.

This Saturday, September 22nd, Mike & Cathy's Good Old Days will be hosting an ATV/UTV fall ride. The ride starts at 10AM at the Good Old Day's Resort. Tickets will be $20 per person. $15 of the ticket price will benefit the Marquette County Crime Stoppers K9 program, and the remaining $5 will go towards cash prizes. There will be great food to follow the ride at 5PM. Hope to see you on the trails!

Update: 9/19/18 The vehicle has been located. Due to an ongoing investigation further details cannot be released at this time. Thank you for your efforts to help find this vehicle. Auto Theft The Westfield Police Department is asking for your help in locating a 2015 Chevrolet 3500 work van with “McCartney Carpet” decals. It was taken from the McCartney Carpet business in Westfield sometime between 5PM last night (9-18) and 5AM today. If you see this vehicle or have any information as to its whereabouts, please contact the Marquette County Sheriff’s Office at 608-297-2115.