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10/09/2018 - Weekly Arrest Bulletin

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10/02/2018 - Weekly Arrest Bulletin

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09/27/2018 - Sheriff’s Office Advises Residents to Lock Their Vehicles

The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office is urging residents to remove the keys from their vehicles and lock their car doors due to a recent rash of burglaries to vehicles and thefts of vehicles. Learn More

09/26/2018 - Weekly Arrest Bulleltin

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09/25/2018 - Sheriff’s Office Recognizes Staff Members for Exemplary Work

Sheriff Bill Prim presented Life Saving and commendatory awards during a ceremony Tuesday to six employees, recognizing their exemplary performance of duties while serving the citizens of McHenry County. Learn More

09/24/2018 - Free Car Seat Event

The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with McHenry County SafeKids; Crystal Lake Police Department; Algonquin Police Department; and the McHenry County Department of Health will host a unified child safety seat check event known as Seat Check Saturday on Saturday, September 29th. This free event is from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Pauly Toyota, 1035 South Route 31, Crystal Lake, IL. Learn More

09/24/2018 - Weekly Arrest Bulletin

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09/24/2018 - Sheriff’s Office Investigates Fatal Hit and Run Crash

A 29-year-old woman from Elgin, Illinois, was killed Saturday evening following an vehicle crash in the 22200 block of River Road of unincorporated Marengo Township. Learn More

09/17/2018 - 9-17-18 Vehicle Crash

A 5-year-old Marengo boy is in stable but guarded condition following a two-vehicle traffic crash at Coral Road and South Union Road, in unincorporated Coral Township. Learn More

09/13/2018 - Sheriff’s Office Police Explorer Post 056– Taking Applications

The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for our Police Explorer Post. The Police Explorers program is a career oriented activity for those interested in law enforcement and is organized as a non-scouting group with the Boy Scouts of America. Young men and women aged 14 to 20 are encouraged to apply to participate in the nationally recognized program. Learn More

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