Kanabec County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Kanabec County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 18 N Vine St #143, Mora, 55051 MN
  • Chief:
Phone: 320-679-8400
Fax: 320-679-8403
Website:

Kanabec County Sheriff's Office is located at 18 N Vine St #143, Mora, 55051 MN. The Kanabec County Sheriff's Office phone number is 320-679-8400.

Kanabec County Sheriff's Office News

***Update: Owner located, thanks! Found dog: Quamba Lake area. If you can help find this dog’s owners, please leave a comment.

***UPDATE: Indy Has Returned Home!!! Thank you to everyone who shared this post! Lost dog: Tonight our family dog went missing. She is a female Border Collie. She is black and white answers to the name Indy. She is 7 months old. She has a pink collar on with paw prints on it. She went missing in the area of Cable st and hwy 23. Any help would be greatly appreciated Thank you.

Found dog, 2700 block of 320th Ave. If you have owner information, please call dispatch at 320-679-8400.

***Update: Dog located Lost dog: He went missing last night, golden lab mix. Very friendly, has micro-chip. Answers to "Joe" when he feels like it. If found, call Barb at 763-219-6389

Today is the first Wed of the month so we will be sounding the sirens as part of our monthly test at 1:00pm. Also today your cell phones should all receive a test of the first ever nationwide alerting test around 1:18pm. Additionally, we will be activating the civil defense/weather warning sirens several times in Mora and Ogilvie. We will try to cancel the siren as quickly as we can to minimize the disturbance. These tests are necessary as technicians are reinstalling our main paging radio for fire and community alerting. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Today is the day! Come and join me for a cup of coffee at the Crystal! 08:00

***Update: Found *******LOST DOG**** Piper 1.5 year old female German Shepherd about 60 pounds. Jill Strandlund 763 552 0127.

*****UPDATE***** Rookie has been returned to his home! :-) LOST in town: Older male Chihuahua "Rookie" - gray with a white patch on his chest. Very shy and timid so he may defend himself if frightened. Wearing a Vikings collar. If found please call Elizabeth at 320-296-0099. Thank you.

***Update: Owners located. Thanks! Loose horses in a hayfield on the east side of the road, on Bear Street between 120th Ave/125th Ave. If you can help identify these, call dispatch at 320-679-8400.

***Update: This work was just postponed due to threat of rain throughout the day. Tomorrow, Sept 20th, (weather permitting) we will be activating the civil defense/weather warning sirens several times in Mora and Ogilvie. We will try to cancel the siren as quickly as we can to minimize the disturbance. These tests are necessary as technicians are reinstalling our main paging radio for fire and community alerting. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

*** Update: He has been reunited with his owners. Thanks for sharing! This little guy was found at Mora Dairy Queen this morning. Please call dispatch if he is yours. 320-679-8400.

Now hiring, PT Dispatcher. Click link for details.

This morning at 07:30 we joined the Mora Area Fire Department and Firstlight Health Systems in a Memorial of Patriots Day and a moment of silence at exactly 07:46, when the first plane struck the World Trade Center. There are many things to remember from that day: the evil that still exists and we must be vigilant to prepare for; the lives that were lost; the hero’s that rushed to help others, believing in something greater than themselves while sacrificing all that they loved; and most importantly, the American Spirit that withstood this horrific attack on our great nation and became stronger because of it. #NeverForget!

On this day... 17 years ago 246 people went to sleep in preparation for their morning flights. 2,606 people went to sleep in preparation for work in the morning tomorrow. 343 firefighters went to sleep in preparation for their morning shift. 60 police officers went to sleep in preparation for morning patrol. 8 paramedics went to sleep in preparation for the morning shift of saving lives. None of them saw past 10:00am Sept 11, 2001. In one single moment life may never be the same. As you live and enjoy the breaths you take today and tonight before you go to sleep in preparation for your life tomorrow, kiss the ones you love, snuggle a little tighter, and never take one second of your life for granted. Copied and shared 💔 Never forget 9/11/2001

With the end of the Labor Day Weekend, school returns. Let’s each do our part to keep our children safe.