Yoakum County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Yoakum County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1405 State Highway 214, Plains, 79355 TX
  • Chief:
Phone: 806-456-2377
Fax: 806-456-5431
Email:

Yoakum County Sheriff's Office is located at 1405 State Highway 214, Plains, 79355 TX. The Yoakum County Sheriff's Office phone number is 806-456-2377.

Yoakum County Sheriff's Office News

The Yoakum County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating a stolen vehicle. The 1981 Ford pickup shown here was stolen between 11pm last night and 6am this morning from 17th Street in Plains. If anyone has any information about the theft or the current whereabouts of the pickup please call the Sheriff's Office.

Governor Greg Abbott issued a Stand With Law Enforcement in recognition of the one year anniversary of the attack on Dallas were 4 Dallas Police Department Officers and a Dallas Area Rapid Transit Police Officer were killed. The Yoakum County Sheriff's Office Deputies and Texas Department of Public Safety State Troopers along with Law Enforcement agencies across the state turned on their red and blue lights and had a moment of silence at 10:00 am today.

Due to unforseen circumstances the 4th of July fireworks display has been moved to the 5th of July at 9:30 pm.

The Yoakum County Sheriff's Office is auctioning some vehicles online, for a complete list go to the link below and see what's being offered. https://www.renebates.com/a_main.php?id=279

On 03/28/2017, the Yoakum County Sheriff’s Office along with the Texas Comptrollers Criminal Investigations Division completed a two (2) month long investigation into Diesel Fuel Theft. An individual was stealing fuel from his company and transferring it to another. Both suspects were arrested and placed in the Yoakum County Jail without incident and charged with Motor Fuel Tax Violation, a Second-Degree Felony, and Theft of Property, a State Jail Felony.

Public Service Announcement: As of today Yoakum County will be under a Burn Ban. If you are caught burning during the ban it will be punishable as a Class C Misdemeanor. This will be in effect for 90 days or until Commissioners Court deems it no longer necessary.

The Yoakum County Sheriff's Office would like to thank everyone with the Denver City Police Department, Yoakum County District Attorney Investigator's Office, Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Texas Department of Public Safety who came to assist in a successful warrant roundup today. Great job everyone!

Yoakum County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating a stolen 1997 White Ford bucket truck with a Texas license plate with the last four number of 6246. If seen please notify the Sheriff's Office or call 911. *Not actual vehicle but looks similar to this one*

The Yoakum County Sheriff's Office would like to say thank you to the Yoakum County Library for allowing us to come to StoryTime today and speak about a topic that is extremely important, SAFETY. If anyone else would like the Sheriff's Office to come speak to their group about what we do or safety considerations please contact Deputy John Lopez at the Yoakum County Sheriff's Office.

The Yoakum County Sheriff's Office would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the Lea County Sheriff's Office and the family of recently fallen Sheriff Steve Ackerman. Our thoughts and prayers are with y'all in this time of mourning.

Yoakum County Sheriff Office would like to applaud Sheriff Don Corzine and Lieutenant Nancy Baize for their years of service and achievements at the Yoakum County Sheriff's Office . Our heartiest congratulations and best wishes for your retirement. You will be greatly missed by us as well as the citizens of Yoakum County.

Yoakum County Sheriff's Office would like to say Thank you to Sheriff Don Corzine and Lt. Nancy Baize for their dedication to keeping the citizens of Yoakum County safe. We will forever be in your debt. We would also like to wish them well in their retirement.

Our thoughts and prayers are with our Brothers in Blue in Austin after they suffered a terrible loss today.

Yoakum County Sheriff's Office employees along with a couple local State Troopers would like to send a shout out to one of our own, Telecommunicator Sandi Anderson. We miss you and we are all praying for you and Lanndrie.