• June 29, 2022

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EPCSO looking for teens who set off extinguishers at County

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office officials are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating teens who set off fire extinguishers at the El Paso County Courthouse parking garage, causing EPFD to respond. EPCSO officials say the incident happened on December 15, 2021, at 7:15 p.m., when an apparent fire was reported at the El […]Read More

EPCSO arrests man after allegedly threatening Deputy with ax

Officials with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) announced Sunday the arrest of a man who allegedly threatened a Deputy just north of Horizon City. According to an EPCSO news release, on Friday,  October 8, Deputies were sent to the block of 100 Ascension about a subject disturbance. When deputies arrived, they say the […]Read More

EPCSO honors Joint Task Force-North with appreciation plaque

Last week, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Commander Ryan Urrutia presented Major General Simmons and the Joint Task Force – North with an Honorary Deputy appreciation plaque. “Thank you for your selfless dedication and commitment to the El Paso Community,” EPCSO officials said. Members Joint Task Force – North rallied to collect food and toys […]Read More

Sheriff’s Department deploys crisis teams for mental health emergencies

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Department has established three crisis intervention teams to help keep El Pasoans dealing with mental health emergencies away from jail. Crisis intervention teams are designed to improve law enforcement officers’ ability to safely intervene, link individuals to mental health services and divert them from the criminal justice system when appropriate. […]Read More

EPCSO Foundation to donate handmade masks to Fabens Elementary

With the help of the El Paso County Sheriff’s Foundation and their resident crafter Michelle Reza, officials will be donating 100 handmade face masks to the students of Fabens Elementary School. Reza, the wife of an EPCSO Traffic/Motors Section deputy, quickly stepped in to help with the facemask project, EPCSO officials shared. “Each mask was […]Read More

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office gets back up: Volunteers, employees

During this time when first responders and front line personnel are having some difficulty finding additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), a dedicated group of volunteers, employees, family members answered the call. The Sheriff’s Foundation, along with Walmart – who graciously donated material needed to make additional masks for EPCSO personnel – took to providing extra […]Read More

Harmony Schools donates 3D Printed PPE to El Paso County

One local schools donates much needed Personal Protective Equipment to local law enforcement, and it was all printed by students. On Tuesday, April 14, 2020,  the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office received a donation of 56 face shields from Harmony Public Schools. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, students, teachers, and parents wanted to lend […]Read More

Texas, Local Ford Dealers donate $25k to El Paso County

On Monday, January 27,  representatives with the Texas Ford Dealers presented a donation to the Sheriff Richard Wiles and the Sheriff’s Office Foundation to show their support of local law enforcement. Stuart Sliva of Shamaley Ford, as well as representatives from Casa and Viva Ford, presented a $25,000 check donation on behalf of the Texas […]Read More