Johnson County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Johnson County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 804 Ivy Street, Stanton, 68779 NE
  • Chief:
Phone: (402) 439-2212
Fax: (402) 439-2229

Johnson County Sheriff's Office is located at 804 Ivy Street, Stanton, 68779 NE. The Johnson County Sheriff's Office phone number is (402) 439-2212.

Johnson County Sheriff's Office News

Storms near Elk Creek, Ne. 5/28/2018

Significant weather advisory for southern Johnson county northwestern Pawnee county until 5:45 PM. Strong t-storm with possible hail.

National Public Safety Telecommunicators week. April 8th - 14th 2018. Our Dispatchers here take all 911 and radio calls for Johnson and Pawnee Counties, for Law Enforcement and Fire/Rescue. Not only that, they also watch over the inmates. They all work 12 hours each shift. These are the people behind the phones and radios that most people don't ever get see, let alone thank. So this week, we want to THANK YOU!

Guess who's birthday it is today! K9 Norra is excited to celebrate her 3rd Birthday! K9 Norra has been a great tool for Sheriff's Office and will be for many years. On down time Norra's favorite activities are fetching her ball, chewing anything while Dad isn't looking, and shedding. Norra would love some Birthday wishes.

Burning today is highly discouraged

K9 Norra was requested and assisted in this traffic stop. Great work done by all involved.

Railroad Crossing will be closed tomorrow 3/14/2018 at 611 Avenue just on the east side of Sterling. It will be closed at 6am and expected to open at 2pm.

Please be careful out there if you must drive

Current look at Highway 50. Use caution while travelling

On February 19th 2018, a burglary of a residence south of Sterling was reported to the Johnson County Sheriff's Office. If anyone has information on this incident that happened in the past week, please contact the Sheriff's Office 402.335.3307 or contact Nebraska Crime Stoppers by their website or phone 1-800-442-1494 to remain annoymous with possible Reward.

Use caution tonight into tomorrow.

UPDATE: Within 24 hours, The Johnson County Sheriff's Office solved this case. Four individuals have been cited for graffiti and criminal mischief. Thank you to the help from the public. REWARD: Johnson County Sheriff's Office is investigating numerous Graffiti and Criminal Mischief crimes that happened in the early morning hours of February 15th 2018 in Tecumseh, Nebraska. If anyone has information, please contact the Sheriff's Office 402-335-3307 OR Nebraska Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-1494 or Visit their website www.nebraskacrimestoppers.com for other means of contacting Crime Stoppers. You may remain ANONYMOUS and receive a reward for the conviction of these crimes. Please share.

Tuesday February 6th 2018, Sgt Franks and K9 Norra were patrolling the Tecumseh area when they conducted a traffic stop on a suspicious vehicle. This traffic stop lead to the arrest of Kyle Whiteeyes, a 29yo male from Lincoln, Ne. Whiteeyes is currently being held in Johnson County Jail on Felony charges of Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver. His bond is currently $25,000 10%

Roads update as of 5:30pm. Use caution while driving if you must. Roads are currently snow packed and slick. With passing cars visibility is almost zero at times. Here is a current look of Highway 41.

Today multiple agencies worked smoothly together during a vehicle accident near St Mary in Johnson County. Along with the Sheriff's Office the Nebraska State Patrol, Sterling Fire and Rescue, Tecumseh Fire and Rescue, and StarCare were all present on scene. Good response and work done by all members.

Johnson County Sheriff's Office is investigating several incidents of Arson and Theft occuring over the weekend in Tecumseh. Although some evidence has been collected, we would like the public to contact the Sheriff's Office at 402-335-3307 if you have any information regarding theses incidents or seen anything suspicious over the weekend. Thank you

As of 1:45 p.m. roads are starting to deteriorate in Johnson County. Low temperatures with snow and wind are causing slick conditions on the roadways. Along with reduced visibility. This is a current look of Highway 50. Please use caution if travelling.