Undersheriff

Sheriff’s Office Awarded “America’s Farmers Grow Communities” Grant from Local Farmer/Rancher

June 12, 2018 – Yuma County farmer and rancher Nikki Weathers directed a $2,500 donation to the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office as part of the America’s Farmers Grow Communities grant, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund.  As part of its mission towards continued impact on local drug trade, the Sheriff’s Office intends to earmark the funds […]

Boggess and Sizemore Convicted for 2017 Marijuana Grow

Boggess and Sizemore Convicted for 2017 Marijuana Grow

May 7, 2018 – Clifton Boggess (55) and Connie Sizemore (48) have both been convicted in Yuma County District Court for their involvement in the 2017 case where the Sheriff’s Office dismantled a marijuana grow at their residence south of Yuma.  The grow contained over 1,700 plants and 2 pounds of finished marijuana product.  Faulty […]

Sheriff’s Office Has New Tool For Safely Ending Pursuits

Sheriff’s Office Has New Tool For Safely Ending Pursuits

April 26, 2018 – Running from the law in Yuma County just got a little bit harder this week thanks to a new device called the Grappler.  The Grappler, manufactured by Stock Enterprises of Peoria, Arizona, is a pursuit intervention device that stops a vehicle actively fleeing from deputies through the deployment of a capturing […]

Deputies Arrest Violent Subject

Deputies Arrest Violent Subject

April 23, 2018 – At approximately 8:45 this morning, Deputy Baldwin encountered a male acting suspiciously in front of the Wray High School.  The male, identified as 50-year old Scott Brunswig of Wray, was flailing his arms and yelling.  Deputy Baldwin contacted Brunswig in order to see if there was some sort of problem.  Upon […]