Lamb County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Lamb County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1200 E Waylon Jennings Blvd, Littlefield, 79339 TX
  • Chief:
Phone: 806-385-7900
Fax: (806) 385-9400

Lamb County Sheriff's Office is located at 1200 E Waylon Jennings Blvd, Littlefield, 79339 TX. The Lamb County Sheriff's Office phone number is 806-385-7900.

Lamb County Sheriff's Office News

IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN!!! The Lamb County Sheriff's Office will be hosting its annual "CHRISTMAS FOR KIDS" toy drive. This year applications can be picked up starting Wed Nov 7th. The deadline to turn the applications in is Fri Dec 14th. The toys will be distributed Thurs Dec 20th & Fri Dec 21st at the Lamb County Sheriff's Office. This toy drive is for all of Lamb County. The following are the places where the applications can be picked up and returned to. Also several donation boxes will be placed through out the county for anyone wanting to donate toys. IN LITTLEFIELD: Applications maybe be picked up and returned to the LAMB COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE TOY DONATION BOXES WILL BE PROVIDED IN LITTLEFIELD AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: McDonald's First United Bank Ace Hardware Aim Bank Security State Bank Gebo's Lamb County Courthouse Adult Probation Office Lowe's Prime Time Barbershop United Supermarket Prosperity Bank Dollar General First Federal Bank John Roley's Auto Center IN OLTON: Applications maybe be picked and returned to the THE WELLINGTON STATE BANK TOY DONATION BOXES WILL BE PROVIDED IN OLTON AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: Wellington State Bank Happy State Bank AG Producers COOP Gin East AG Producers COOP Gin West John Deere IN EARTH: Applications maybe be picked and returned to the THE FIRST UNITED BANK IN EARTH TOY DONATION BOXES WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE FIRST UNITED BANK IN SPRINGLAKE: Applications maybe be picked and returned to the THE CITY BANK IN SPRINGLAKE TOY DONATION BOXES WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE CITY BANK IN AMHERST: Applications maybe be picked and returned to the THE FIRST STATE BANK IN AMHERST TOY DONATION BOXES WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE FIRST STATE BANK IN SUDAN: Applications maybe be picked and returned to the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN SUDAN TOY DONATION BOXES WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALSO........ McDonald's and the Lamb County Sheriff's Office will be teaming up to host their annual Pie Fundraiser on Tues Dec 11th from 5pm til 8pm that evening at the McDonald's in Littlefield. 100% profit of sales of the pies will be donated to help with the "Christmas for Kids" toy drive. Happy Holidays! SHOWN PICTURED: Lamb County D.A.R.E. Officer Deputy Elliott King & Lamb County Sheriff Gary Maddox.

CALLING all ghouls,goblins,superheros and princess's The Lamb County Sheriff's office will be handing out candy today from 5pm til 9pm.

Lamb County Sheriffs office phone lines have been restored all lines a fully functional at this time. Please dial 806-385-7900 for any non emergent calls and 9-1-1 for All emergency calls. THANK YOU HAVE A BLESSED DAY.

To all, The Lamb County Sheriffs phone lines are temporarily down.. 911 IS STILL FULLY FUNCTIONAL! ....for any calls until further notice please call cell phone @ 806 729 4898. We will update as soon as possible.. Thanks. Sheriff Maddox

October is National Substance Abuse Awareness Month, Littlefield ISD celebrates each year with what is called a Red Ribbon Week, which is being held Oct 22nd - Oct 26th this year. Several assemblies were held Today October 24th, 2018 at the Littlefield ISD campuses to observe the month. Students from all LISD schools attended the assemblies and we are honored to have been part of your celebration. Always remember guys!! YOUR LIFE IS KEY!! STAY DRUG FREE!! pictured are: LJHS cheerleaders, LJHS Wildcat Mascot, Darren the D.A.R.E Lion LCSO Deputy N. Casares & LCSO Investigator C. Weston.

@ approx 1600 hrs on Thursday Oct 18th, 2018 the Lamb County Sheriff's office received a call of a suspicious person north of Littlefield on US HWY 385. Responding LCSO Deputy T. Johnson located a male subject matching the description given. The male subject was apprehended and then taken into custody for ESCAPE CUSTODY OF WASHINGTON D.O.C. no further details at this time... Great Job Deputy T. Johnson!

ATTN ALL LAMB COUNTY RESIDENTS!! PLEASE SHARE!! PLEASE SHARE!!! Everyone will receive alert during test of national emergency alert system on Wednesday 10/03/2018!! http://www.kcbd.com/2018/10/01/everyone-will-receive-alert-during-test-national-emergency-alert-system-wednesday/

LAMB COUNTY SHERIFF GARY MADDOX SENDS TWO OF HIS DEPUTIES TO SPEND THE DAY OUT AT THE SUDAN ISD! Shown are: Deputy Nicolas Casares & Deputy Barbara Klatt

Lamb County Sheriffs office phone lines have been restored all lines a fully functional at this time. Please dial 806-385-7900 for any non emergent calls and 9-1-1 for All emergency calls. THANK YOU HAVE A BLESSED DAY.

To all, Lamb County Sheriffs phone lines are temporarily down.. a ticket has been made with NTS but no ETR has been given..911 IS STILL FULLY FUNCTIONAL! ......for any calls between 7am and 7pm please call cell phone @ 806 729 4898. Thanks. Sheriff Maddox

All phone lines for the Lamb County Sheriff's Office are out of service at this time. Please call (806)-729-4898 until further notice. 911 is still working.

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Sheriff Gary Maddox and his staff wants to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday.

The Murph Challenge was made in honor of Lt Michael Murphy in his actions in the war. The challenge is held every Memorial Day. Members in the crossfit community came together and created the challenge as a fundraiser. The Murph Challenge is all done in a 20 pound weighted vest or our body armor. Our very own Laramie Ross Kennedy competed in this competition. We are very proud of him as he finished in 53 minutes.

From us at the Lamb County Sheriff's Office we would like to take this moment to wish all the men and women who served in our military. To all the men and women who made the supreme sacrifice to keep our country free and the greatest country in the world. THANK YOU and let us always remember the following. “Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them.” —Franklin D. Roosevelt

D.A.R.E. Deputy Elliot King talking to Brian Mahler’s Principals of Law class at Springlake-Earth ISD. Deputy King told the class about his career in Law Enforcement and how he likes teaching D.A.R.E.

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Happy Easter from Sherriff Gary Maddox and his Staff.

Deputy’s helping move cattle across the road.

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Deputy Casares stoped by Springlake-Earth School to talk to kids about his job.

Lamb County Sherriff Gary Maddox and his staff wish everyone a safe and happy new year.

Merry Christmas from Sherriff Gary Maddox and everyone at the Sherriff’s Office.

Thank you to everyone that came out to McDonald’s in Littlefield to support the Lamb Country Sherriff’s Office Christmas for Kids Program. Also a big THANK YOU to McDonald’s in Littlefield for you support.