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Imperial County Sheriff's Office
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Come out and support the Special Olympics foundation and tip a Cop @bwwings from 6-9 tonight.
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The Imperial County Sheriff’s Office has collaborated with “KidCents” through the Rite Aid Foundation to offer medication prescription disposal boxes at multiple locations within the Imperial County. Boxes are available for all citizens to “safely dispose of unwanted medications in an environmentally friendly manner, while keeping them out of the hands of kids and teens”. We invite all our communities to help the Imperial County Sheriff’s Office continue to make the Imperial County safer. Boxes are available at the following locations: El Centro Main Office 328 Applestill Road Within front office lobby Open 8-5 Mon-Fri Brawley Substation 220 Main St, Ste 207 Second Floor – West Door Entrance Open 8-5 Mon-Fri Holtville Police and Fire Administration Station 585 Fern Ave Outside of station
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City of El Centro Christmas Parade 2018
Imperial County Sheriff's Office
ICSO is partnering with You & Blue and today we are launching a new tip line which allows the public to submit tips online to the Sheriff’s Office. You and Blue is a modern, online crime tip line that allows law enforcement and the public to work together to help solve crimes in our communities. This partnership is designed to speed up and improve the quality of the information provided to the Sheriff’s Office to help solve crimes faster. The public can search for cases where the Sheriff’s Office needs help and they can also report new crimes or threats. Keep in mind that the You and Blue system is not for emergency calls, if you have an emergency please call 911. The You & Blue system is fully operational; you may access You and Blue tip line by clicking on this link https://youandblue.org/agencies/imperial-county-sheriffs-office or going to youandblue.org on your web browser.
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Additional information regarding assault of ICSO Deputy in the City of Holtville. We are glad to inform everyone that the deputy who was assaulted yesterday was released from the hospital today; however, he did suffer substantial injuries. We are grateful that the deputy is doing well and is in the process of recovering. The suspect who was subsequently identified as 38 year old Alex Padilla from Holtville, CA was contacted in the area of Orange St. and 9th St. as the deputy conducted a follow-up contact in reference to an earlier disturbance call. The contact which occurred at 8:40 p.m. resulted in Padilla resisting or delaying the deputy and a physical altercation ensued. During the struggle the deputy’s side arm ended up on the ground and was retrieved by Padilla who then fired two shots at the deputy and drove away in the deputy’s patrol car. A call for assistance was placed by the deputy and additional units from state, local and federal law enforcement agencies immediately responded to assist. The vehicle was located in the area of 9th St. and Holt St. Padilla was located at about 8:55 p.m. inside a local church as he attempted to blend in with those who were attending the service. Padilla was taken into custody without further incident. The deputy’s firearm was recovered as well as a knife which Padilla had in his possession during the encounter. Padilla was treated for his injuries and booked into the Imperial County Jail and is being held on $500,000 dollars bail. He is being charged for several weapon violations, assault with a deadly weapon, vehicle theft, battery on a peace officer, attempted murder of a peace officer and resisting arrest. The case will be submitted to the District Attorney’s Office for review and prosecution.
Imperial County Sheriff's Office
On 11/28/18 at about 8:40 pm, a Sheriff’s Deputy assigned to the city of Holtville was involved in physical altercation while conducting a pedestrian check in the area of 9th Street and Orange Street in the city of Holtville. Shots were fired during the incident; however, no one was shot. The injured deputy was transported via air ambulance to the Desert Regional Medical Center. The suspect was located and arrested. The suspect’s charges are pending the outcome of the investigation. The deputy is reported to be coherent and recovering well.
Imperial County Sheriff's Office
NEW K-9 JOINS THE IMPERIAL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE FAMILY After three weeks of intense training, the Imperial County Sheriff’s Office welcomes the newest deputy sheriff handler/K-9 team duo, Deputy Sheriff Jacqueline Fuentes and her two-year old K-9 Dutch Shepherd, Gus. Deputy Fuentes and Gus will be at the forefront of countywide drug enforcement efforts led by the Sheriff's Office. Gus has been certified in narcotics detection and will be a great asset to the Sheriff's Office. #welcometothefamily #gusthek9
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