Winston County Sheriff’s K-9 Deputy Jonathan Oliver displays drugs and paraphernalia confiscated in the bust.
HALEYVILLE - A total 21 grams of methamphetamine have been taken off the streets and the passenger of a suspicious vehicle arrested, resulting from a routine patrol in the Highway 13 area on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
The Winston County Sheriff’s Office is combating crime, with a goal of getting drugs off the streets. Front row from left, Sheriff Horace Moore, Tim Williams, Investigator Jacob Eward and K-9 Bojan. Back row, l-r, Nic Burns, Josh Silas, Brett Rodgers, B.J. Simmons, Jonathan Oliver and Josh Bennett.
WINSTON COUNTY - Keeping drugs off the streets of Winston County is one of the goals of the Winston County Sheriff’s Office.
Pictured above, from l-r: Winston County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Caleb Snoddy, Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore, Winston County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Jacob Eward and Winston County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Brett Rodgers with a large amount of drugs, a firearm and paraphernalia found in Haleyville May 28.
HALEYVILLE - What began as a search for two individuals wanted on outstanding felony warrants with the Winston County Sheriff’s Office turned into arrests of five persons in Haleyville on a variety of drug-related charges.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Winston County Sheriff’s Office is sad to announce that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the annual fallen officer memorial ceremony, which was scheduled to take place May 9, has been canceled.
From l-r: Winston County Sheriff’s Office investigators Caleb Snoddy and Jacob Eward, Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore, Chief Deputy Brett Rodgers and Deputy Josh Silas.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - A traffic stop conducted by the Winston County Sheriff’s Office yielded a good supply of methamphetamine, as well as two arrests of defendants known by law enforcement as repeat offenders.
Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore shows the new digital radios most law enforcement officers in Winston County will begin using Feb. 28.
WINSTON COUNTY - The Winston County Sheriff’s Office has announced that communications on both their hand-held and vehicle radios is being switched over from analog to digital, providing a much clearer means of communication, effective Feb. 28.
Shown with many of the recovered items, from left, Winston County Sheriff's Deputy B.J. Simmons, Sheriff Horace Moore, Investigators Jacob Eward and Caleb Snoddy and Chief Deputy Brett Rodgers.
ARLEY - A major emphasis by new Winston County Sheriff Horace Moore is to react quickly to calls and situations, which has led to solving a major theft case just a few hours after the theft was reported.