McInosh County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: McInosh County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1425 Industrial Dr, Eufaula, 74432 OK
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Phone: 918-689-2526
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McInosh County Sheriff's Office is located at 1425 Industrial Dr, Eufaula, 74432 OK. The McInosh County Sheriff's Office phone number is 918-689-2526.

McInosh County Sheriff's Office News

As we start off Teen Safety Week we would like everyone to take a moment to listen to Kaylyn's Story and remember to always wear your seat belt! Parents/guardians take a moment to talk to your teens about seat belt usage, because not wearing one could change their lives. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4f-SAOz9hQ

On October 15, 2018 the McIntosh County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a robbery at CJ's Burgers on Texanna Road. We were advised four male subjects entered the business and put an object, which she believed to be a gun, to the worker's back and demanded money. The subjects were described as: One with dark brown hair and brown eyes wearing a red t-shirt and dirty jeans with a sword tattoo on his left forearm. One with dark brown hair and brown eyes wearing an old jean jacket, either blue or black in color, a t-shirt and black pants. One with light brown or blonde hair and green eyes wearing a white tank top and khaki shorts. One wearing a brown in color leather jacket and brown in color chaps. She advised the subjects left in a black in color, mid-90's extended cab pickup with front end damage and a Muscogee (Creek) Nation tribal tag. If anyone has any information regarding this incident please contact the McIntosh County Sheriff's Office at 918-689-2526.

We would like to send our condolences to the Barris family and ask that everyone keep them in your thoughts a prayers. Funeral Services have been scheduled for Thursday, October 11th, at the First Baptist Church of Okmulgee.

Congratulations to McIntosh County Sheriff's newest deputies Matt Youngblood and Matt Reitnauer who graduated CLEET academy A1803!!

On August 23, 2018 the McIntosh County Sheriff's Department responded to a home invasion on Texanna Road east of Highway 69. During this time an adult female was assaulted inside of the residence before the assailant fled on foot. A OSBI Forensic Sketch Artist has created this flyer depicting what we believe the suspect in this crime looks like based off the victims description. The suspect is described as a white male with blond/brown hair and blue eyes, around 24 years of age, approx. 5'09" tall and weighing approx. 120 lbs. In addition he sustained injuries during his altercation with the victim which should include numerous scratch marks as well as a bite mark on the side of his face. OSBI and the District Attorney’s Violent Crime Task Force is assisting with the investigation. Anyone who recognizes the suspect, or has information about this crime, is asked to contact the McIntosh County Sheriff's Department.

Recently our McIntosh County Jail Administrator Monica Smith received Oklahoma Jail Administrator of the Year presented by the Oklahoma Sheriff's Association in their yearly conference hosted in Oklahoma City. This award is not taken lightly and is an extreme honor to receive. Jail Administrator Monica Smith has been with the Sheriff's Department since 1992 and has played a valuable role in transforming the county jail from a small county jail, to a thriving modern and successful detention center we are today. Jail Administrator Monica Smith was nominated by several people including McIntosh County Sheriff Kevin Ledbetter, McIntosh County Chief Deputy Dewayne Hall as well as District 25 First Assistant District Attorney Carol Iski for her hard work and dedication to the McIntosh County Criminal Justice Center. Carol Iski's nomination letter goes into detail about Mrs. Smith's vigilance and explains two circumstances in where Mrs. Smith played a valuable role in prosecuting a homicide case as well a molestation case in where the defendant not only received a guilty verdict, but received 455 years by a jury. Chief Deputy Dewayne Hall's nomination letter describes Mrs. Smith's role as McIntosh County Jail Administrator as being a perfect example of "above and beyond." Chief Deputy Hall expresses her attention to detail and states there is not a time of day the McIntosh County Criminal Justice Center is not ready for an inspection both inside and out, crediting her eye for detail and demand for excellence. Mrs. Smith not only strives to improve McIntosh County, but also the State of Oklahoma serving as Chairman for the Oklahoma Sheriff's Association Jail Administrators in 2016/2017. Please join us in recognizing Jail Administrator Monica Smith for her skills, hard work, and dedication which is the direct reflection of our successful McIntosh County Criminal Justice Center.

Admin phone lines are currently not working at the Sheriffs Department. If you need Sheriffs Department assistance, please dial 911.

Free circus tickets are available at the Sheriff Office.

CHS is hosting a community blood drive on Thursday 7/12 Senior Activity Center on N. Broadway Between 11-5pm! Donors will receive 2 Safari Joe’s H20 Waterpark tickets & t-shirt for helping patients who need their blood donation!

The McIntosh County Sheriff's Department will be having a public auction on June 22, 2018 at 10 a.m. at the Sheriff's Office located at 1425 Industrial Drive, Eufaula. Items to be auctioned include: - 2006 Ford Expedition (Engine ran when parked, bad transmission) - 2009 Dodge Charger (Transmission worked when parked) - 2008 Dodge Charger (Transmission worked when parked) - 2009 Dodge Charger (Transmission worked when parked) - 2003 Dodge Caravan (Severe wiring problems) - 2006 Chevy Tahoe (Ran when parked) - 2006 Chevy Tahoe (Ran when parked) - 2005 Kia Sorento (Ran when parked) - 2004 Dodge Ram (Ran when parked) - 1999 Ford Crown Vic - 2001 Monte Carlo (Ran when parked) - 1999 Ford Crown Vic - 2006 Ford Crown Vic - 2007 Ford Crown Vic - 2006 Ford Crown Vic - 2006 Ford Crown Vic - 2006 Ford Crown Vic - 2007 Ford Crown Vic - 2005 Ford Crown Vic - Food Service Containers All are being sold as is. For more information, contact Chief Deputy Dewayne Hall at 918-689-2526

****** UPDATE ****** The cows have been returned to the owner. Thank you all for the help! The McIntosh County Sheriff's Department has recovered 5 cows and 4 calves from the Shady Grove area east of County Road E1020 and S4270 Jct. The 5 cows have red ear tags in their left ear, metal ear tag in the right and a brand on their right side. At this time the owner of these cattle is unknown. If you are, or know the owner of these cows, please contact the McIntosh County Sheriff's Department.

We have located this dog on Texanna Road by Dollar General dragging a log chain and a yard stake. Please help us find the owner.

On April 28, 2018 The McIntosh County Sheriff's Department partnered with Neighbors Building Neighborhoods and the McIntosh County Coalition for a PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK. During this event, 23,000 prescription pills were collected in under 3 hours weighing over 30 pounds. These prescription pills will be safety disposed of by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.

The McIntosh County Sheriff's Department is partnering with Neighbors Building Neighborhoods and the McIntosh County Coalition for a PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK. This event will take place at the McIntosh County Sheriff's Department this Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 9am-12pm. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), deaths involving opioid pain relievers have been climbing and now surpass deaths involving heroin and cocaine combined. Oklahoma ranks 9th nationally for the rate of overdose deaths involving opioid pain relievers. Additionally as of the last known reporting, in 2009 nearly half a million emergency department visits were due to people misusing or abusing prescription painkillers. This is why we are aiming to get unused, expired or unwanted prescription drugs off of the streets and disposed of. Come join us this Saturday at the McIntosh County Sheriff's Department to safety dispose of your prescription drugs. If you can not make it this Saturday, there are two safe drop boxes (as pictured) located within the McIntosh County Sheriff's Department and Checotah Police Department available 24/7 to also dispose of your unused, expired or unwanted prescription medications.