Saluda County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Saluda County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 100 Law Enforcement Dr, Saluda, 29138 SC
  • Chief:
Phone: 864-445-2112

Saluda County Sheriff's Office is located at 100 Law Enforcement Dr, Saluda, 29138 SC. The Saluda County Sheriff's Office phone number is 864-445-2112.

Saluda County Sheriff's Office News

Lost or stolen 2 yr old Boxer male. Last seen on Tommy Rd. Saluda County but could be around Mt. Willing Rd. or Hwy 378. If you have seen or have any information on this dog please contact Vickie Porsga at (864) 389-7028 or Saluda County Sheriffs Office at (864) 445-2112. His name is Chevy and he is greatly missed.

Be on alert for scam calls. Saluda County residents have had an outpour of scam calls today. The calls are claiming that the individual owes the IRS. Please do not give out any personal information.

******PLEASE BOLO******‎ Ms. Melissa Hall Little‎ is missing her black and white mixed pitbull dog after a house fire in the 1200 block area of Ridge Spring Hwy. (Hwy. 39S). Her dog is mostly black with some white on its feet and chest. She states the dog is very sweet/gentle dog. Please contact the Sheriff's Office at 864-445-2112, or messager Ms. Melissa Hall Little on Facebook if you see her dog.

If anyone has any information on this camper please contact the Sheriff’s Office at (864) 445-2112

We at the Saluda County Sheriff’s Office send our heartfelt condolences to Florence County Sheriff’s Office and Florence Police Department. We ask that you join us in offering your thoughts and prayers for all deputies and officers that were involved in this tragic incident in Florence SC this afternoon.

Please keep an eye out for Dober. He is a Doberman Pinscher and has been missing since Tuesday. His home is on Saint Marks Rd near the Traffic Circle. If you see him around please contact Kim or Tony Miller at (864) 684-8437. He is not aggressive if he approaches you. He had a collar on him at time he took missing. He does have a microchip and is missed dearly.

................To Be On The Look Out.............. On August 21, 2018 Saluda County had several burglaries. They occurred in the Sardis and Richland Creek areas of the county. The burglaries were reported on the 900 block of Columbia Hwy, 200 block of Double Bridge Rd., 1400 block of Spann Rd., and 1800 block of Batesburg Hwy. Investigators and deputies are out gathering information and evidence. The only person of interest at this time is a black male, age 30-40 years old, approximately 5’8 - 6’1 and 200 lbs. He was last seen wearing a lime color shirt and driving what appeared to be a grayish in color 2000 or later model Chevy/GM four door car. ....... If you have any information or see suspicious activity please contact the Saluda County Sheriff’s Office at (864) 445-2112 or 911......... (As more information comes available, we will update this post)

We spent last week and today talking with teachers, students and the community as they prepare for the first day of school Monday. We are grateful for the school resource officers and each staff and faculty at the Sheriffs Office and Saluda County Schools on how they come together for the community and children of Saluda County. Please be advised to use caution when entering and existing schools zones.

August 7, 2018 was National Night Out. We would like to thank the Town of Ward and Rehoboth United Methodist Church for inviting us out to enjoy food and fellowship. This allowed us to provide the community with crime prevention information and a chance to bring out our drug K9 and bloodhound units to interact with the community.

2018-2019 School year is only two weeks away. Sheriff John C. Perry, Saluda District One and Saluda County Council, would like to welcome two new Resource Officers. Lucy Phillips will be located at the Saluda Primary and Elementary school and Leslie Pinckney will be located at Hollywood Elementary. Lee Morris will be at the Saluda Middle School and Chris Crouch at the Saluda High School. We are excited about having a Deputy at each school in District One and looking forward to a safe school year. (From left to right pictured below) Lucy Phillips, Leslie Pinckney, Capt. Toby Horne, Sheriff John Perry, Lee Morris and Chris Crouch)

The children at Mount Ebal Baptist Church enjoyed a visit from Sgt. Earl Williams and K-9 Danny as they provided a crime prevention and canine demonstration. If you would like to have Sheriff John C. Perry and the Sheriff’s Office do a presentation at your church, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Sheriff John C. Perry would like to introduce his newest deputies to the Sheriff's Office. They graduated today from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy. From left to right in the picture: Deputy Suzanne Shealy, Sheriff Perry, and Deputy Jessica Parker. Congratulations to our new deputies!

The Saluda County Sheriff’s Office has accepted the lip sync challenge! Here for your viewing pleasure....Sheriff John C. Sheriff John C. Perry & LT. Josh Price #lipsyncbattle #lipsyncchallenge

We have received calls reporting the IRS is calling demanding money over the phone. The IRS will not call demanding money or make threats to lock you up if you don’t pay over the phone. Please be careful when giving any personal information out over the phone. Just hang up on callers that come across demanding your personal information or payment over the phone.

If you are interested in one of these pins honoring Cpl Dale Hallman they are $10 each. Proceeds with be given to the family. They will be sold at the Sheriff’s Office. Stop by and see our dispatchers to purchase one.

The Sheriff’s Office will be doing a fundraiser in honor of Cpl. Dale Hallman. We will be selling metal bracelets. If you or anyone you know would like to purchase one, please check with our staff or deputies. There also will be some on site at the Sheriff’s Office if you want to stop by and get one. They are $10 each and the proceeds will be given to the family.

The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the children of North Trenholm Baptist Church in Columbia SC and Right Where You Are Ministries for providing our deputies with goody bags that include snacks, hand towel wipes, note pad and pens, mints and tissues. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.

Here’s a few more pictures of our first annual clean up. Thanks again for all who came and helped.

We want to thank everyone who came out and supported our 1st Annual Spring Clean up. We were able to collect five truck and trailer loads of trash. This included trash, furniture, tv’s, mattress and tires. We plan on having another clean up day later in the year. If anyone is aware of a road or area that may be filled with trash please let us know and we can try to accommodate it into our route. Again, thanks to everyone who joined together to help make Saluda County a clean place.

Remember to come out and join us for our 1st Spring Clean Up tomorrow at 9:00am!!! We will be meeting at Piedmont Tech in Saluda. We look forward to seeing you as we clean up Saluda County.

The Saluda County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for E-911 Emergency Dispatcher. (High School Diploma or GED required, No Criminal Background, required to pass a drug test, 12 hr shifts, typing skills is a must, will also be required to attend the SC Academy for two weeks training and pass NCIC testing) Applications are available at the Saluda County Sheriff’s Office or on our website at