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If you are witnessing a violent crime right now, please call 9-1-1. If you have any information that might help the Sheriff's Office solve a past crime, or are worried about a future crime, please fill out the form below. You can submit your information anonymously if you wish, or you can enter your contact info and a detective will call you back if needed. As always, we truly appreciate your help in helping us solve crimes and apprehend suspects.

Please note: this form is for submitting tips on crimes to help us solve them. If you need to report a crime that has just happened to you or someone you know, please call us at 955-1818 instead of filling out the form below.

Description of the Crime
What type of crime occurred? (examples: theft, assault, murder, narcotics, domestic violence ... )
Date and time of the crime?
Where did the crime take place?
Give specific details of the crime
Suspect Information

If you know any details about the person/people who may have committed this crime, please enter it below. If you don't know anything about who committed the crime, then you can leave these fields blank.

Name of Suspect(s)
Nickname(s)
Where can the suspect(s) be located?
Description of the suspect(s) (Gender, race, height, tattoos, hair color, etc...)
Contact Information

If you wish to be contacted by a Detective if they need more info, please enter a way to contact you (phone, address, etc)

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