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Explorer Post 877 Training Exercise

2019-07-03T10:41:26-08:00

Our newest recruit class of WCSO Explorer Post 877 participated in field training exercises to prepare for their role as Explorers. All new recruits attend the Sheriff's Office Explorer Academy, a 12 day training hosted in a collaborative effort with the Tillamook and Clatsop County Sheriff's Offices. After the academy, our members enjoy training throughout the year during regular meetings on weekday evenings and during some weekends. Training, like Search and Rescue in general, takes place in any weather. This program is

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Explorer Post 877 Training Exercise2019-07-03T10:41:26-08:00

Corporal Akin and K-9 Stark Log 200th Capture

2019-06-05T15:39:52-08:00

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce the 200th capture for Corporal Micah Akin & K-9 Stark. The dynamic duo logged their milestone capture on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 while assisting Forest Grove Police in tracking down a suspect. At around 6:00 p.m., a woman reported to police her 20-year-old son-in-law was recording cell phone video of an underage girl in the bathroom. The suspect ran off into a large field. K-9 Stark arrived and tracked the man

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Corporal Akin and K-9 Stark Log 200th Capture2019-06-05T15:39:52-08:00

Deputies Investigate Kitten Found in Trash

2019-06-05T15:31:58-08:00

On May 3, 2019, Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to reports of a kitten trapped inside a garbage can at Hillsboro Garbage Disposal on SW Minter Bridge Road in unincorporated Washington County, just south of Hillsboro. A garbage collector was working to empty a trash can at a property on SW Minter Bridge Road, just north of the Hillsboro Garbage Disposal location.  While trying to empty the can using a hydraulic arm, the driver noticed the contents of the

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Deputies Investigate Kitten Found in Trash2019-06-05T15:31:58-08:00

Deputies Arrest 22 Impaired Drivers During Holiday, Continue Enhanced Patrols Through July

2018-10-08T09:34:53-08:00

July 9, 2018 – During enhanced holiday patrols between the dates of July 1 and July 8, deputies arrested 22 individuals for impaired driving. Seven of those arrests occurred between the afternoon of July 3 to the early morning of July 5.

Deputies Arrest 22 Impaired Drivers During Holiday, Continue Enhanced Patrols Through July2018-10-08T09:34:53-08:00