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NCSO Departmental Meeting and Awards Ceremony

Today we held our Annual NCSO Departmental Meeting and Awards Ceremony. I would like to say congratulations to the following:
Telecommunicator RosieLea Smith on being awarded Employee of the Year, Patrol Lieutenant Joey Jock awarded Deputy of the Year, and Deputy Darron Richardson awarded Detention Officer of the Year. Deputy Jim Johnson was also recognized with a standing ovation for over 56 years of law enforcement service.
Congratulations to these Deputies for a job well done during 2018. I would also like to say a thank you to all our employees for the job they do everyday, 24/7 in serving the citizens of Navarro County. I appreciate your dedication and the effort you ALL put forth no matter the department you are assigned or the capacity in which you serve.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

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Remote Airman Certificate Awarded

I am proud to announce that Captain Stan Farmer has passed the Federal Aviation Administration Airman Knowledge Test in order to be awarded his Remote Pilot Airman Certificate by the FAA.


This certification will allow Captain Farmer to become the newest Drone Pilot for the NCSO.


Congratulations and good job Captain Farmer.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

Double Shooting

Preliminary Information Release on Double Shooting early Sunday morning - NCSO

The Navarro County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a multiple victim shooting that occurred this morning around 12:43 AM in the 1000 block of SE County Road 0010.

One victim was hospitalized with serious injuries, and the suspect is deceased.

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No further details are being released at this time as detectives continue to process the scene. Next press release will be issued midday Monday, February 11th. #dfwnews #centxnews #ncso #pressrelease

Woman's tattoo photo help area deputy solve sad mystery

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High Risk Narcotics Search Warrant Executed

On Monday, February 4, 2019 about 8 p.m., the NCSO - SWAT Team executed a high risk narcotics search warrant in the 2300 block of W 1st Avenue, Corsicana. The investigation into this suspected drug trafficking location was led by NCSO Narcotics Sergeant Rickey Ragan. Detective Ragan ultimately obtained a narcotics search warrant for the suspect location that was signed by District Judge James Lagomarsino.

Due to the extremely violent criminal history of one of the suspects at the location, the NCSO - SWAT team was utilized to execute the search warrant. A total of five adults were originally detained at the location and four small children were also found inside the residence.

Approximately 345 grams of Methamphetamine, with a street value of nearly $35,000 was seized. The primary suspect also had $2,335 that was seized subject to asset forfeiture. CPS was called to the location to evaluate the children’s welfare.

This was a significant seizure of Methamphetamine for this area. I am not only proud of all our officers that were involved in this operation, but I am also very proud of the fact that these drugs will never reach the streets.

One suspect was arrested at the scene and transported to the Navarro County Justice Center where he was charged with Man/Del CS PG1 > 200g < 400g, Abandon/Endanger Child and POM < 2 and additional arrests are expected to be forthcoming as a result of this investigation.

Again, job well done to all.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

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Traffic Stop Results in Arrest on Felony Drug Charges

A traffic stop by an NCSO deputy on Monday afternoon resulted in the arrest of one suspect on felony drug charges.

The stop was made at the request of the NCSO Narcotics unit in the 400 block of West 7th Avenue Corsicana.

During the traffic investigation, deputies requested assistance from the Corsicana Police Department’s K9, and the K9 alerted on the vehicle.

Approximately 6.9 grams of methamphetamine, baggies, scales, and paraphernalia were located and $879 was seized subject to asset forfeiture.

The suspect was arrested and charged with Man/Del CS PG 1 > 4g < 200g a first degree felony.

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Keep Houston Officers in Your Prayers

Please keep these officers and their families in your prayers.

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Governor Abbott appoints Dixon Navarro County District Attorney

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Will Dixon as the Navarro County Criminal District Attorney for a term set to expire December 31, 2020, or until his successor shall be duly elected and qualified.

Corsicana Daily Sun

NCSO Adds Robotic Lifesaving Technology to it’s fleet

Thank you Rissa Shaw and Channel 10 News for helping us introduce this potentially lifesaving new piece of technology to our Navarro County citizens.

Please click on the link to read the story and watch the video.

Sheriff hopes new tactical tool sends message about protecting police

NCSO Adds Robotic Lifesaving Technology to it’s fleet.

The Navarro County Sheriff’s Office has added another piece of lifesaving equipment to be utilized by our Departmental-Tactical Unit.

The tactical surveillance robot is equipped with adjustable arm, flashlight, strobe light, night vision capable, laser and multiple cameras that have video and audio recording capabilities.

This robot may be used in many different high risk operations such as barricaded persons, hostage situations, and several other key operations such as search and rescue in collapsed buildings or hazmat situations. The robot can move furniture, open doors and deliver small packages.

The purchase of this robot was fully funded by several generous donations. We are extremely grateful to the Navarro Community Foundation and Navarro County 100 Club for their large contributions towards this key project.

We are very appreciative of these organizations, their members and most of all their long time, unwavering support of Law enforcement.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

 

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Thank You 100 Club of Navarro County and David Nyquist

Thank you 100 Club of Navarro County. We greatly appreciate you and all you have done for the NCSO.

I hope you know that your generous donations over the years has enabled us to better serve the citizens of Navarro County.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

 
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