Hughes County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Hughes County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 200 N Broadway St # 1, Holdenville, 74848 OK
  • Chief:
Phone: 405-379-2203

Hughes County Sheriff's Office is located at 200 N Broadway St # 1, Holdenville, 74848 OK. The Hughes County Sheriff's Office phone number is 405-379-2203.

Hughes County Sheriff's Office News

Due to recent events across the country and the tragic losses suffered by several families in the past week Sheriff Maxwell believed this post is necessary. Oklahoma Statute 47-11-705 states: “A. The driver of a vehicle meeting or overtaking a school bus that is stopped to take on or discharge school children, and on which the red loading signals are in operation, is to stop the vehicle before it reaches the school bus and not proceed until the loading signals are deactivated and then proceed past such school bus at a speed which is reasonable and with due caution for the safety of such school children and other occupants. Any person convicted of violating the provisions of this subsection shall be punished by a fine of not less than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00).” Also you should be aware that upon first conviction you will loose your license for 1 year. This is a mandatory revocation by the Department of Public Safety. The Hughes County Sheriffs Office will be out in unmarked vehicles enforcing this law. We have always had a zero tolerance policy on this and will continue to do so. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone that has been affected by these tragedies.

Some pretty interesting and scary characters appeared on the courthouse lawn Wednesday afternoon! These are the winners of the costume contest hosted by the Hughes County Deputies Association! Thanks for braving the weather and coming out to celebrate with us. Congratulations to the winners!!

Update: Phones are back up working. The number below is our dispatch and should be used unless you need to speak to someone in jail or the office. Phones out at the sheriff's office. If you need a deputy, please call Central Dispatch at 405-379-6627.

School Resource Deputy David Cook and retired K-9 Dante, conducted a K-9 demonstration for students at Ethel Reed Elementary and Calvin School last week during Red Ribbon Week. The Red Ribbon Week demonstrations were organized by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.

On this Halloween Eve Sheriff Maxwell has a few tips and “tricks” for the kids! * Plus a little jab to our firefighter brothers and sisters! 😂 Refrain from using realistic looking toy guns and knives Use only flame-resistant costumes Plan the Trick-or-Treat route - make sure adults know where children are going. A parent or responsible adult should accompany young children as they make their way around the neighborhood. Make sure Trick-or Treaters can see, and be seen. Give them a flashlight to light their way. Add reflective tape to costumes and Trick-or-Treat bags. Have everyone wear light-colored clothing to be seen. Instead of masks which can cover the eyes and make it hard to see, use face paint instead. Be cautious around animals, especially dogs. Visit only the homes that have a porch light on. Accept treats at the door – never go inside. Walk only on the sidewalks, not in the street. If no sidewalk is available, walk at the edge of the roadway, facing traffic. Look both ways before crossing the street, and cross only at the corner. Don’t cut across yards or use alleys. Don’t cross between parked cars. Make sure a grown-up checks the goodies before eating. (Make sure to remove loose candy, open packages and choking hazards. Discard any items with brand names that you are not familiar with. Make sure you stop by the Sheriffs Office for those treats and to show off your costumes for Sheriff Maxwell and her deputies! And as always have a safe and happy Halloween!!

UPDATE: DEPUTIES HAVE MADE CONTACT WITH ARMED SUBJECT AND DETERMINED HE IS NOT A THREAT. LOCKDOWN AT MOSS LIFTED. Moss School has been placed on lockdown because a man with a handgun was spotted by a construction crew near Moss school road. Deputies and OHP are on scene and there is no direct threat at the school. Calvin school was on lockdown earlier for a possible mountain lion spotting near the school. State game wardens responded to that call and found no threat. I will update as I receive more info.

Hughes County Deputies attended the annual EnLink Midstream (formerly Devon) plant and pipeline emergency response meeting at Camp WOW on October 19th. They reviewed the emergency response plan and had a discussion/tabletop drill over the emergency response and how we can interface with Enlink Midstream in case of an emergency. Deputy Kendra Goodwin brought home a pretty sweet ice chest from the door prize drawing. Thank you for inviting our department, as always, it was a pleasure.

Wetumka Parade

Hughes County Sheriff's Office would like to announce the newest member of our family, Sophia Grace Smock was born 09/21/2018 to Deputy EJ and Sharise Smock. Congrats EJ, Sharise, Abe, and Sam!!!!

Holdenville EM: Flood Watch until Saturday afternoon for Hughes County. 3 to 7 inches of rain possible.

Hughes County Sheriff's Office is taking applications for School Resource Officers. This position requires full time CLEET certification and preferably some experience working with school age children and teens. Schools will have the option to review apps and participate in the hiring process. Salary is $2400/mo plus comp time, paid benefits after 90 days, 2 weeks vacation after a year. Applications can be picked up at HCSO M-F 8am-4:30pm.

UPDATE: WARNING CANCELLED BY WEATHER SERVICE Severe thunderstorm warning for se Hughes County until 7:15. 70 mph winds and golf ball sized hail possible

FUGITIVE ARREST: On Saturday evening, Hughes County Sheriff Deputies conducted a search operation within Hughes County to locate and arrest Paul Lindley who had two outstanding warrants, totaling 75,000 dollars for Domestic Assault and Battery and Possession of a Firearm. Deputies successfully located and arrested Lindley who was hiding inside an outbuilding on a residential property in Holdenville. A female subject who aided in hiding Lindley was also arrested for Harboring a Fugitive. Both Lindley and the female were booked into the Hughes County Jail without incident.

Congratulations to the newest team at the Hughes County Sheriff's Office. K9 handler Chelsea Stout and K9 Misha passed the certification test yesterday and made their first drug find today. Good job ladies!!!!

I'm not sure who is the admin of this page or even where this page came from but it is neither administered by Hughes County officials nor approved by Hughes County officials. The sheriff's office has only one page that we post information to.

The Stuart store was burglarized around 1am this morning. A large amount of cigarettes were stolen along with other items. If you have any information or recognize the car or person in these pictures, please call the Hughes County Sheriff's Office at 405-379-2203.

Courthouse phones should be back up and working!!!

Courthouse phones are down. If you have an emergency or need the sheriff's office please call 911 or 405-379-6627.

UPDATE #2: ALL AT&T SERVICES INCLUDING 911 SHOULD BE UP AND RUNNING AT THIS TIME. UPDATE: Outage is affecting Horntown and Lamar area as well. Technicians are working on the problem. URGENT RELEASE: Calvin and Wetumka 911 service is down. If you need Law Enforcement, EMS, or Fire; call dispatch at 405-379-6627. AT&T is working on the problem, we will let you know when it is back up.

The previous post with deleted and reposted due to someone being inadvertently tagged.

2 suspects in the shooting death of Jonathon Merriman were brought before a judge this morning (06/27/2018) for bond hearings. Caleb Hodgins and Tyler Grandstaff both received "No Bond" due to the severity of the crime. Formal charges will be announced in the coming days.

OSBI Press Release On June 24, 2018, Johnathan Merriman was shot and killed outside of Pruett's grocery store in Holdenville, Oklahoma. Although the investigation is still on-going, enough information and probable cause was developed to obtain an arrest warrant for a suspect. An arrest warrant was issued out of Hughes County for one count of MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE for Tyler Deerinwater A/K/A Tee Ross, dob: 09/26-1990. The OSBI, Hughes County Sheriff, and the US Marshal Service have been actively looking for Deerinwater. Deerinwater is considered armed and dangerous. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Deerinwater please do not approach him but contact the OSBI at 800-522-8017, the Hughes County Sheriff at 405-379-2203, or the local police.