Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 218 N Main St, Waurika, 73573 OK
  • Chief:
Phone: 580-228-2375

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is located at 218 N Main St, Waurika, 73573 OK. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office phone number is 580-228-2375.

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office News

****** STOLEN VEHICLE ****** Citizens of Jefferson County please be on the look out for a White 2009 Dodge 2500 Pick-up with a Black Flat Bed. The pick-up is bearing Oklahoma Tag 777 LBF. The pick-up was taken from the Addington Area between approximately 1800 hours on 8/5/2017 and 1200 hours this date. The subject (s) that took the pick-up also Burglarized the residence where the pick-up was taken from. JCSO Deputies are processing the scene. If you see this pick-up please contact the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office @ (580) 228-2375.

There will be a blood drive at The Ryan Senior Citizens Center today from 3:00-6:15. Please donate if you are able!

****** REMINDER ****** The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office would like to remind the Citizens of Jefferson County to please contact us if you see any suspicious activity in and around your area. You as Citizens are our extra eyes and ears through out the county. Together we can keep our county safe. For EMERGENCIES dial 911. Our Non-Emergency number is (580) 228-2375.

****** JOB ANNOUNCEMENT ****** The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office has an immediate opening for the position of Detention Officer. This is a position within the Jefferson County Jail. Applications are available at the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Monday - Friday, 8 AM to 4 PM. For more information please contact Undersheriff Lee Aston at (580) 228-2375.

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office would like the Citizens of Jefferson County to have a Safe and Happy Independence Day!!!

****** 6PM POWER UPDATE ******

****** POWER UPDATE ****** JCSO was just advised that power should be restored in the Town of Terral in approximately 30 minutes.

****** POWER UPDATE ****** JCSO would like to advise the Citizens with PSO that at approximately 10 PM this evening there will be a scheduled OUTAGE to repair damage from last night's storms. The outage is will last approximately 2 hours. PSO advised if you have any questions to contact them at 888-216-3523.

****** NOON Power Situation Update ******

****** Power Situation Update ******

****** Vehicle Pursuit ****** Earlier this evening JCSO Deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle near the Waurika Lake Dam. The vehicle took off attempting to elude deputies. The vehicle pursuit went through Northern Jefferson County and ended in Southern Stephens County with the driver of the vehicle bailing out on foot. A K-9 search of the area was conducted with no luck in locating the driver, however the identity of the driver is known by JCSO Deputies. No one in the immediate area of the search is in any kind danger. An Arrest Warrant will be sought for the driver of the vehicle. JCSO would like to thank The Oklahoma Highway Patrol, The Stephens County Sheriff's Office, The Comanche Police Department, The Waurika Police Department and the Cotton County Game Warden for their assistance this evening.

******Assistance Needed****** The JCSO received a 911 transfer call in regards to a Domestic Disturbance that occurred at approximately 1312 hours this date. The call got disconnected before the 911 system could map the location of the call. Contact was not able to be reestablished with calling party. The alleged area of the incident is S.H. 89 near the 4 Corners Area, North of Ringling, in a ditch. JCSO Deputies have been searching the area attempting to locate the disturbance. If you see anything in this area please Dial 911. Thank You Citizens of Jefferson County for your assistance in regards to this matter.

The JCSO would like to commend Mr. Brock Gandy and the employees of Speedy G's in Ringling, OK. A vehicle was stolen from Speedy G's this morning. With their assistance from the time the vehicle was stolen to the time it was recovered was approximately one hour. The suspect that stole the vehicle was taken into custody without incident. This is an excellent example of everyone working together to keep our county safe!!!

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office would like to congratulate the winners of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Reserve Associaton Gun Raffle. Mary Blackwell of Ringling, OK is the winner of the AR-15 Rifle and Kerry Stepp of Ringling, OK is the winner of the the Relvolver Pistol. Once again congratulations to both winners and thank you for supporting the JCSO Reserve Association. Have a Safe and Happy Memorial Day!!!

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a PDS Tornado Watch for our area until 8:00 PM this evening. Strong Tornadoes, Winds to 80 MPH and Hail to 4 inches in diameter are all possible with these storms. This is a Particularly Dangerous Situation. Please stay weather aware this afternoon and evening if you have plans or ballgames.

The Jefferson County Sheriff's would like to wish all the Mothers out there a Happy Mother's Day!!!

Now that we have the subject in custody, we would like to extend a huge Thank you to the many people who assisted with the search and arrest. This was a multi-agency effort. JCSO and the JCSO Reserves had assistance from the Waurika Police Department, Ringling Police Department, Dispatch, Ryan Fire Department, even the US Marshal service and our county "legal eagles" had a part in this. Thank you all for everything you did. One Team-One Fight.

JCSO and WPD have apprehended Charles Ray Richey, the subject named in the attack on a woman in Ryan yesterday. This subject is currently being booked into the Jefferson County Jail. We would like to thank the community for any and all tips provided.

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office would like to extend our sincerest condolences to the family of Officer Justin Terney and to the Tecumseh Police Department following the loss of this young officer while in the line of duty. Officer Terney (age 22) was shot multiple times while involved in a foot pursuit stemming from a traffic stop. Anytime an officer's life is taken, it hits all law enforcement officers hard as we have lost a member of our "blue family." However, this one is hitting really close to home as this young man was an underclassman of mine while I was attending the academy. It brings more emphasis to the fact that any one of us could be taken from our loved ones at any time. We all realize the risk associated with our career choice but that doesn't make it any easier when we lose one of our own. Please keep this young man's family (both blood and blue) in your prayers. Thank you for your service brother. Rest easy Sir, we have the watch from here...