On September 26th, Lynch PD officers in conjunction with the Harlan County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant on a safe recovered from the residence of Candy Ball and Calvin Pace. Located in the safe was a firearm, approximately 2 ounces ($16000 street value) of suspected heroin, US currency and drug paraphernalia associated with drug trafficking. The investigation is ongoing with additional arrests and charges pending.
Traffic stop in Wallins leads to multiple drug arrests. Pathfork man arrested on drug trafficking indictment. Drug arrest made after a traffic stop on Hwy 38.
Traffic stop leads to drug trafficking arrests in Dayhoit.
Multiple agency effort leads to drug bust in Lynch.
Weather Alerts for Monday Aug 7th 2023 for Harlan County Kentucky
Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 10 pm. Main threats will be damaging winds with gusts up to 70 mph. large hail and heavy rainfall. Stay weather aware!
Traffic stop leads to drug trafficking arrest in Wallins.
Traffic stop leads to drug arrests in Loyall. K9 Sjors assists EPD on drug arrest in Evarts.
Sheriff Chris Brewer and the Harlan County Sheriff’s Office would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy 4th of July weekend and holiday! The Sheriff's Office will be closed Mon July 3rd and Tues July 4th in observance of Independence Day.
Drug arrest made in Cumberland. Importing Carfentanil and Fentanyl warrant served in Cawood after HCSO investigation. Drug trafficking investigation leads to Probation Violation warrants served on Sergent Drive in Baxter.
Deputies make drug arrests in Dayhoit and Lawnvale. Man arrested after found hiding in a wall in Rio Vista. Several more Indictment warrants served.
$5000 street value of fentanyl seized following drug arrests in Cawood.
TODAY JUNE 14TH IS FLAG DAY IN THE USA!
June is "MOVE OVER" awareness month!
K9 Sjors apprehends a fleeing subject after vehicle pursuit in Bledsoe.
Drug trafficking arrest made after traffic stop in Elcomb. Drug arrests made in Hiram. Shields man arrested on drug trafficking indictment stemming from HCSO investigation.
Successful evening at the Poke Sallet Festival. Sheriff Chris Brewer and Sergeant Charles Bailey spoke with several individuals and gained valuable information on possible drug trafficking. Many teenagers participated with the fatal vision goggles learning the dangers of driving while impaired and with the help from Deputies Josh Lewis, Justin Farley and Sergeant Charles Bailey, we were able to raise $500 for the KY Sheriff's Boys and Girls Ranch. The Sheriff's favorite Deputy Sjors also stopped by the booth. Thank you Harlan County.
The office of the Harlan County Sheriff's Office will be closing at 12PM on Friday June 2nd for the Poke Sallet Festival. If you need to conduct office business (vehicle inspections, process service) please do so by this time. As always you can still contact our dispatch at 573-1313 for law enforcement service.