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Earlier this morning, Sheriff Ferrara announced that Detective Andrew Hendrix will be promoted to Sergeant-Sheriff effective July 14, 2019. Andrew began his career as a Deputy-Sheriff with Solano County Sheriff’s Office on May 26, 2002. Please join us in congratulating Sergeant Andrew Hendrix on his recent promotion.

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On the morning of July 3rd, our Solano County Regional SWAT Team and Tactical Dispatch Team assembled in the City of Benicia to assist the Yolo County Sheriff's Office, during a high risk search warrant. During the search warrant, a male suspect was safely taken into custody without incident. For further details regarding the arrest and criminal investigation, please refer all inquiries to the Yolo County Sheriff's Office. After the search warrant, members of our SWAT Team and Tactical Dispatch Team were greeted by a little girl with red bed head, who just rolled out of bed wearing a SWAT T-Shirt. This young lady made everyone's day, she received a SWAT Patch, took pictures with our teams and even brought a big smile to our tactical tough guys! #SWAT #SERT #SOLANOSHERIFFSOFFICE

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On July 4th, Sheriff Tom Ferrara and Solano County Supervisor Jim Spering participated in the City of Fairfield's Independence Day Parade from high on top of the Lenco- SWAT BEAR! They were once again escorted by our very own, Solano County Avengers, and our mounted and members of our 4x4 Posse! Happy Independence Day! @chosenwanapparel #solanosheriffsoffice

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#letr #lawenforcementtorchrun #scso #solanocounty #solanocountysheriffsoffice #specialolympics

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#letr #lawenforcementtorchrun #scso #solanocounty #solanocountysheriffsoffice #specialolympics

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Great job folks! #specialolympics2019 #solanosheriffsoffice #memories

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**checkout our FB LIVE video on Solano County Sheriff's Office Facebook** Today approximately 40+ Solano County Sheriff's Office employees, volunteers and Special Olympic Family members took part in an 8.1 mile Special Olympics Torch Run, which has spanned across the entire State of California. Our leg of the Torch Run went from the City of Vacaville to the City of Dixon.

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#Repost @solano_dsa ・・・ Sadly we have lost another hero. Officer Tara O’Sullivan was killed in the line of duty serving the City of Sacramento. Our thoughts and prayers are with the O’Sullivan family and our brothers and sisters at @sacpolice and @sacpoa ⚫️🔵⚫️ #thinblueline #family

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#Repost @solanocountysearchandrescue ・・・

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Early Saturday morning, Deputy Gutierrez attempted to stop a car in Vallejo driven by 28-year-old Don Edgar Johnson of Fairfield. Johnson was wanted on an outstanding felony arrest warrant. Johnson failed to stop the car and lead deputies on a vehicle pursuit, which ended when Johnson fled from the car on foot in the area of Ivy Lane and Curtola Parkway, Vallejo. Deputy Gutierrez gave chase to Johnson who was caught within minutes and found to be in the possession of a loaded firearm. Once the arrest was made the arresting deputy noticed he had lost his Axon body worn camera during the foot pursuit. Deputies scoured the area in efforts to locate the body worn camera but were unsuccessful. Johnson was taken to the Solano County Jail. Several hours later, Deputy Pierce and K9 Tango arrived at work and heard about the arrest and lost camera. The K9 duo, responded out to the area which consisted of thick brush and ivy along the roadway. Within a couple minutes K9 Tango made his rounds in the thick brush and alerted on the Axon body worn camera hidden in some deep ivy along the wood line. Great arrest and good boy #K9Tango!

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All gave some, some gave all! This Memorial Day we would like to personally thank and honor the men an women who sacrificed their lives for our nation. What does this day mean to you and your loved ones? #MemorialDay #solanosheriffsoffice #memorialdayweekend2019

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On Wednesday June 19th, our Solano County Marine Patrol Team will be escorting several Special Olympic athletes from the California Maritime Academy, along the Delta waterway to the Solano Yacht Club in Suisun. On Thursday June 20th, LETR runners from the Solano County Sheriff’s Office and Special Olympic athletes will receive the Special Olympics Torch, "The Flame of Hope" from runners from the Vacaville Police Department. Our runners and athletes will run 5.1 miles with the torch behind the Lenco SWAT BEAR from the City of Vacaville to the City of Dixon, followed my CHP - Solano motor officers. The Dixon Police Department will receive the torch and ultimately bring it into the 2019 Special Olympics Northern California Summer Games at U.C. Davis. This year we asking our community to see if theyhope you will consider joining our Solano County Sheriff’s Office LETR team or share this information to help us raise funds for Special Olympics Northern California. Last year we had a great turnout, almost 40 runners, (Largest in Northern California) this year we’d like to have even more! If you would like to provide a onetime monetary donation towards our Solano County Sheriff's Office GOAL and Special Olympics Northern California you can do so at the following link: https://specialolympics.donordrive.com/index.cfm? fuseaction=donordrive.participant&participantID=18595

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Earlier tonight, Solano County Undersheriff Brad DeWall and our "2018 Deputy of the Year", Resident Deputy Eldon "Brooke" Parker attended the (Solano County) Knights of Columbus dinner. During the dinner, Deputy Parker was presented with a distinguished award from the Knights of Columbus for providing exceptional work and service towards his hometown and the community he's sworn to protect. (Solano County) #knightsofcolumbus was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works. -Working together towards a common goal! #solanosheriffsoffice #solano_dsa

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Two of our most recent academy graduates, were invited to come back to the Regional Justice Training Center in Martinez California to speak with new police/deputy recruits. Deputy Lopez and Deputy Wilcox spoke to the new recruits about their recent career changes and all of the opportunities within the #solanosheriffsoffice. Over the past year, both Lopez and Wilcox worked very hard to balance work and school, while attending the year long extended police academy on Monday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. #solanosheriffsoffice #workingtogether #joinourteam

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JOIN OUR TEAM! The #Solanosheriffsoffice is HIRING! Have you ever though about, what it takes to work at the Solano County Sheriff's Office? Well, today is a great day to get started! We are currently accepting applications for the following positions: • (Lateral Police/Deputies) Deputy Sheriff • (Entry Level) Correctional Officers • (Entry Level) Sheriff Security Officers • (Registered) Veterinary Technicians Click on the following link to apply online today! https://jobapscloud.com/solano/ For Job Descriptions Contact: SORecruitmentTeam@SolanoCounty.com For Recruitment Questions Contact: Recruitment@solanocounty.com -Dedicated to community service!👍🇺🇸

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Wet Weekend Ahead, But We'll Get Through It! Being behind the wheel with a rain-splattered windshield doesn't have to be a white-knuckled, nerve-racking experience. Here's some tips and techniques for driving in a downpour: Turn on those headlights. It's the law in all states to turn on headlights when visibility is low, and California requires having the headlights on when the windshield wipers are in use. Beware of hydroplaning. Hydroplaning is the technical term for what occurs when your tires lose traction with the road due to excess water on top of the road. The result is that your vehicle begins to slide uncontrollably. It's easy to hydroplane: all you need is one-twelfth of an inch of rain on the road and a speed of more than 35 miles per hours. If your tires have extensive wear and tear, you are more highly likely to hydroplane. You can hydroplane even if you are driving a four-wheel drive car, SUV, or truck. If you starr to hydroplane let off the accelerator (gas pedal) slowly, and steer straight until you regain control. If your car starts to spin, turn your wheel in the direction that the vehicle is spinning, slowly. Do not turn your wheel against the direction it has begun to spin. Do not jerk the wheel sharply in one direction or the other, as you could flip your car due to over correction. Turn off cruise control. Ironically, on rain- or snow- slick surfaces, cruise control may cause you to lose control. You might think it'll help you stay at one steady speed, but if you hydroplane while you're in cruise control, your car will actually go faster. Slow down. "Speed" is the number one cause of most accidents, limit signs are designed for ideal conditions. When you're driving in the rain, slow down and allow more time to get to your destination.

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#Repost @solano_dsa ・・・ Since 1791, more than 21,000 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial ensures that those who made the ultimate sacrifice are remembered for generations to come, while providing a place where survivors can spend a quiet moment paying tribute to their loved ones. Solano DSA members in Washington DC stopped to pay their respect to our own fallen deputies. Deputy Hale Humphrey, Deputy Jose Cisneros and Deputy John Sandlin. #neverforget

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#Repost @solano_dsa ・・・ Since 1791, more than 21,000 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial ensures that those who made the ultimate sacrifice are remembered for generations to come, while providing a place where survivors can spend a quiet moment paying tribute to their loved ones. Solano DSA members in Washington DC stopped to pay their respect to our own fallen deputies. Deputy Hale Humphrey, Deputy Jose Cisneros and Deputy John Sandlin. #neverforget

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#Repost @solano_dsa ・・・ Since 1791, more than 21,000 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial ensures that those who made the ultimate sacrifice are remembered for generations to come, while providing a place where survivors can spend a quiet moment paying tribute to their loved ones. Solano DSA members in Washington DC stopped to pay their respect to our own fallen deputies. Deputy Hale Humphrey, Deputy Jose Cisneros and Deputy John Sandlin. #neverforget

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#Repost @solano_dsa ・・・ Since 1791, more than 21,000 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial ensures that those who made the ultimate sacrifice are remembered for generations to come, while providing a place where survivors can spend a quiet moment paying tribute to their loved ones. Solano DSA members in Washington DC stopped to pay their respect to our own fallen deputies. Deputy Hale Humphrey, Deputy Jose Cisneros and Deputy John Sandlin. #neverforget

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Respect the living & honor the fallen! #NationalPoliceWeek #solanosheriffsoffice #backtheblue

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#Repost @solano_dsa ・・・ As National Police Week kicks off, lets take time to remember our fallen friends, their families, their departments and their communities. Police Week is often a very emotional time where people can come together on common ground while mourning the loss of their colleagues. May everyone find the peace that they seek.

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History of National Police Week In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed Public Law #87-726 designating May 15th as Peace Officers' Memorial Day, and the week in which May 15th falls as National Police Week. The law was amended by the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, Public Law #103-322, signed by President Bill Clinton, directing that the flag of the United States be displayed at half-staff on all government buildings on May 15th each year. While the actual dates change from year to year, National Police Week is always the calendar week, beginning on Sunday, which includes May 15th. Here at the Solano County Sheriff's Office we feel it’s important to show not only our our deputies and officers, but all law enforcement officers throughout the nation, how much we understand their difficult work and appreciate their sacrifice and risk. "All gave some, some gave all..." #nationalpoliceweek

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#Repost @solano_dsa ・・・ Ya'll be careful out there today. Just saw an undercover dog using binoculars...

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#k9tango and Deputy Pierce will also be at the Dixon May fair periodocally throughout the day, come out and say hello! #slectk9 #k9tango #workingdog #sheriffk9 #swatk9 #narcoticsk9 #patrolk9 #seadoo #dixonmayfair #malinois #malinoisofinstagram

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Looking for something fun to do today? Come on out and see us at the Dixon May Fair! We'll be here May 9th – 12th, 2019 Today's Dixon May Fair Parade starts at 10am. Admission: Adults: $12 Active Military: $8 (must have active duty card) Seniors 65+ & Children 5-12 yrs: $8 4 & under: FREE Discounted pre-sale admission tickets available until May 8 at DixonMayFair.com or at the Fairgrounds. For more information, a complete schedule of events, or to purchase special event tickets, visit DixonMayFair.com.

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#Repost @tptactical with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Come out to Travis AFB and see the air show today. “Tango” will be here for a while. We are close to the flight line🇺🇸 #sheriffk9 #slectk9 #k9tango #belgianmalinois #workingdog #showdog #swatk9 #dualpurposek9 #protectiondog #solanosheriff #usa #usaf #military

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#Repost @thevacavillereporter with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Photos by @jbrosenbaum - Solano County Sheriff's Deputy, Daniel "Cully" Pratt was honored by The Thunderbirds for all of his philanthropic work throughout Solano and Napa Counties. #thevacavillereporter #joelrosenbaum #nikonusa #cullypratt #chrispratt #usaf #usafthunderbirds #travisafb @prattprattpratt @cullypratt @solanosheriffsoffice

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#Repost @solano_dsa with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Ten years ago today the Oakland Police Department faced the terrible tragedy of losing four brothers. Today we all remember our fallen brothers, the surviving family members, and their brothers and sister of OPD

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@Solano County Sheriff's Office Animal Care Division is holding a "St. PAW-trick's Celebration" March 19th-thru-23rd.

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On Tuesday afternoon, Sheriff Ferrara announced Senior Public Safety Dispatcher-Sanna Cline had also been selected for promotion. Sanna was promoted to the position of Supervising Public Safety Dispatcher, which will be effective April 7, 2019. Sanna began her career with the Sheriff’s Office as a Public Safety Dispatcher on October 8, 1997. She was promoted to Senior Public Safety Dispatcher on October 15, 2000. Please join us in congratulating Supervising Public Safety Dispatcher-Sanna Cline on her promotion!

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On Tuesday morning, Sheriff Ferrara also announced that Deputy Christine Castillo was selected for promotion to the position of Sergeant-Sheriff effective March 24, 2019. Christine began her career with the Sheriff’s Office as a Correctional Officer on March 10, 2003. On January 8, 2005 Christine was promoted to Deputy Sheriff. Please join us in congratulating Sergeant Castillo on her promotion!

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On Tuesday morning, Sheriff Ferrara announced that Deputy Jake McNeil has been selected for promotion to the position of Sergeant-Sheriff effective March 24, 2019. Jake began his career with the Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy Sheriff on July 3, 2005. Please join us in congratulating Sergeant McNeil on his promotion!

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#Repost @solano_dsa with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Fifty six years ago today, Deputy Hale Humphrey lost his life in the line of duty. On March 15th, 1963, 42 year old Deputy Humphrey was killed when he was struck by a suspect vehicle. The suspects had just robbed a gas station and killed Officer Charles Sorensen of the California Highway Patrol. On this day, the Solano County Deputy Sheriff Association would like to remember both Deputy Hale Humphrey and Officer Charles Sorensen and their families. We have not forgotten you Hale and Charles.... #solanodsa #solanosheriff #chp #chpsolano #neverforget

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#Repost @solano_dsa with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Fifty six years ago today, Deputy Hale Humphrey lost his life in the line of duty. On March 15th, 1963, 42 year old Deputy Humphrey was killed when he was struck by a suspect vehicle. The suspects had just robbed a gas station and killed Officer Charles Sorensen of the California Highway Patrol. On this day, the Solano County Deputy Sheriff Association would like to remember both Deputy Hale Humphrey and Officer Charles Sorensen and their families. We have not forgotten you Hale and Charles.... #solanodsa #solanosheriff #chp #chpsolano #neverforget

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#nationalk9veteransday Veterans Day 2019! March 13th, is a day set aside to honor commemorate the service and sacrifices of all American military and Law Enforcement working K9’s throughout history. What a way to kick off a series of events which occurred earlier this morning! At approximately 4:30am, CHP - Solano received a report of a vehicle that had just been shot at by the driver of a Gray Audi traveling eastbound at a high rate of speed on Interstate 80. The Audi was passing Alamo Drive, Vacaville and was being followed by the victim of the shooting. CHP also received information the driver of the Audi was believed to be armed with a black handgun. CHP located the Audi traveling at a high rate of speed on eastbound Interstate 80, heading into Dixon and tried to initiate a vehicle stop. The driver of the Audi refused to stop and a high speed vehicle pursuit ensued. Team-3 Deputies followed CHP’s pursuit closely, which ultimately came to an end when the Audi overheated, on Interstate 80 at Old Davis Road, Davis. Initially, the driver of the Audi was failing to respond to commands given by Officers on scene and remained seated inside the Audi, refusing to get out. With the assistance of K9 Grizz and his handler, the driver eventually changed his mind, exited the Audi and was taken into custody by CHP without incident. There was no firearm located inside the vehicle, however officers did find a loaded 1911 magazine and a matching holster inside the Audi. CHP Officers believed the driver may have thrown the handgun from the Audi during the pursuit. Because of this, K9 Grizz and his handler conducted an extensive firearm search starting at Midway Road, heading eastbound along Interstate 80. Approximately one hour and one mile into their search, in the darkness, K9 Grizz sniffed out and located a full size, loaded 1911 handgun on the side of Interstate 80 hidden in the grass. The handgun was safely collected and a records check revealed the handgun was returned wanted as a “Crime Gun”, which means this handgun was illegally possessed, used in an ongoing criminal investigation, or suspected to have been used in a crime. That's a good boy..

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RIP K9-Richter... EOW 03-07-19 It is with a very heavy heart we share with you all the recent passing of a highly valued member of our @slectk9 Team. On Thursday March 7th, Solano County Sheriff’s Office-Sergeant Mike Waller’s 10-year-old Belgian Malinois / partner K9-Richter, passed away peacefully and unexpectedly; while basking in the sunlight in the Waller family home. Sergeant Waller (1K1), was not only Richter’s handler, he was responsible for selecting and bringing Richter from Indiana all the way to Northern California as a 10-month-old puppy. Sergeant Waller saw something special in Richter, and at only one-year-old, they began their crime fighting partnership by qualifying as the youngest K9 / Team in Solano County history. Over the past 9 years, Sergeant Waller and Richter worked together as a dynamic, cross trained K9-Team, constantly setting the bar and example for other Solano County K9-Teams to follow. From narcotic detection, criminal apprehension, tracking, trailing and parcel interdiction, there was nothing this K9-Team didn’t handle extremely well. This sudden loss has been very difficult on the entire Waller family, @slectk9 and the Sheriff’s Office. On Monday a private service and cremation ceremony was held for close family, friends and co-workers. On behalf of the Sheriff’s Office, we ask for your thoughts, compassion and support for the Waller family during this difficult time. If you are interested in learning more about ways to support our local K9-Teams or providing financial support to Sergeant Waller and his 501(c)(3) non-profit @slectk9 Team, please check them out on Instagram. #slectk9 #RIPK9Richter

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**Phone Scam Alert-Please Share!!!** Over the past two days, we have once again been receiving multiple calls of phone scammers. These scammers are calling residents of Solano County stating he is "Lieutenant Bill Elbert” with the Solano County Sheriff’s Office Warrant Enforcement Team. Let it be known, we do in fact have a Lieutenant Bill Elbert, who work at our office; however we do not have a “warrant team” nor will we ever call you on your personal phones to inform you about ANY warrant or past due fines, this is not a practice of the Sheriff's Office, this is a SCAM. Checkout the full story on FACEBOOK !

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That's what we like to see! This weekend Deputy Ventura and Deputy Veach were caught "playing" on the job as they were "patrolling" the unincorporated area of Vallejo! It's hard to resist two young man, who needed a hand setting up a soccer goal. #solanosheriffsoffice #workingtogether

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Solano County Sheriff’s detectives are asking for the community’s help in finding possible victims of a sexual predator. In the morning hours of February 14th, 2019, 57-year-old, Johnny Bo Carabajal of the unincorporated area of Vacaville was arrested by Solano County Sheriff’s Detectives after an eight month investigation. Carabajal was arrested for an outstanding court-issued felony arrest warrant for various violations of lewd and lascivious acts upon a child. Carabajal was arrested during a traffic stop by Solano County Sheriff’s SET deputies within the City of Dixon. The Solano County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with the Dixon Police Department and the Solano County District Attorney’s Office, continue to investigate Carabajal in an on-going child sexual abuse investigation. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Detective Andrew Hendrix at 707-784-7058 or contact Solano Crime Stoppers, which is an organization designed to provide law enforcement agencies in Solano with information regarding criminal activity. All information received is confidential and informants can remain anonymous. Citizens who witness a crime can call 707-644-STOP (707-644-7867) any time of the day or night. If their information leads to arrest, informants are eligible to receive a cash reward. The amount of reward, up to $1,000.00, is dependent on the type of crime. Carabajal was booked into the Solano County Jail for the following charges: • 288(b)(1) PC; Lewd and Lascivious acts upon a child under 14 years of age, using force. • 664/ 288(a) PC; Attempted Lewd and Lascivious acts upon a child under 14 years of age. • 288.3(A) PC; Contact a minor with the intent to commit a felony sexual offense. (Three counts) Bail is set in the matter at $405,000.00.

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For more onfo on Deputy Pierce & #k9tango, and our K9 program, make make sure to follow @tptactical and @slectk9 Happy #furmissilefriday #k9tango was busy this week. Stay safe y’all #slectk9 #belgianmalinois #workingdog #swatk9 #teamwork #lifesaver #sheriffk9

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Earlier this afternoon, Dawne Koranda with Solano County Code Compliance and our Marine Patrol Deputy, Trevor Chesser, checked out multiple areas of concern along the Montezuma Slough, near Grizzly Island. The purpose of their checks were to check both inhabited & uninhabitable dwellings along the waterways. Numerous subjects were contacted, warned and / or cited for their property and for the environmental impact on our community. Thank you all for your continual support! #notinmycounty #solanosheriffsoffice #SCSOmarinepatrol #codecompliance

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#RepostSave @tvmarksallen with @repostsaveapp ・・・ Solano County Sherrif deputy Stephanie Cherry is crushin’ it in the lip sync challenge!!! -And to my right Chris Pratt’s more famous brother CULLY!!! Check Deputy Cherry out now! https://www.facebook.com/SolanoSheriff/videos/1241613035976090/

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#RepostSave @slectk9 with @repostsaveapp ・・・ The Solano Law Enforcement Canine Team will again be participating in the Make-A-Wish Walk for Wishes in Sacramento on August 18th. Our K9 handlers with their K9 partners and families will be doing the walk. We are asking for donors to sponsor our team to help fundraise for this amazing organization (link below, on our Facebook page, and in bio). Please like, share, and donate! Every little bit helps! #makeawishsacramento #makeawishnorcal #makeawishamerica #walkforwishes2018 @makeawishamerica @makeawishnecnv @solanosheriffsoffice

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***Instagramers, We Need Your Help!*** The County of Solano, in partnership with the seven cities, are encouraging everyone who lives, works, plays or travels through Solano County to register for the new Alert Solano emergency notification system. “Here in Solano County, your safety is our top concern,” says Don Ryan, Solano County’s Emergency Services Manager. “Alert Solano allows us to send important messages to you through the convenience of your email, cell phone and text messaging, giving us the ability to let you know about incidents and emergencies that may affect you – as they happen.” In the event of an emergency, public safety officials, including the Solano County Sheriff’s Office, local police and fire, send out a message about a potential safety hazard or concern, including severe weather alerts, road closures and natural disasters directly to those who have registered for Alert Solano. The Alert Solano emergency notification system allows users to provide customized information to allow the most efficient delivery of emergency information. Users are encouraged to register multiple devices, including cell phones, smart phones and tablets. Alerts can be sent to all devices listed in the Alert Solano account, maximizing the chances of alerting users in a timely manner. “The success of Alert Solano relies on you,” Ryan says. “Having your latest contact information is the best way public safety officials can reach you directly in an emergency.” Everyone is encouraged to register for Alert Solano through the self-registration portal at http://www.solanocounty.com/depts/oes/alertsolano/information.asp Participants can register up to five addresses. It is recommended that every person in a household sign up for an account. Once registered, users can update their information online at any time through the Alert Solano portal. The Solano County Sherrif's Office, Benicia Police Department, Dixon Police Department, Fairfield, CA Police Department, Rio Vista Police Department, Suisun City Police Department, Vacaville Police Department and Vallejo Police Department are all participating in the Alert Solano emergency notification syst

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Today we remember those who sacrificed their lives for our nation. #MemorialDay #memorialday2018

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Help bring Pearl Pinson home. Today marks the 2 year anniversary of Pearl's disappearance. We are determined to bring her back to her family. Listen to and share this podcast. There's a $10,000 reward for info that leads to Pearl. (link to podcast) #BringPearlPinsonHome #PearlPinson