Onyx Update: Week 2 of Handler School

Week two of handler school is coming to an end for Investigator Strand and Onyx. During week two Onyx continued to work Narcotics, do multiple tracks, and work on his criminal apprehension. According to Investigator Strand everything is going well. Investigator Strand said “I am super excited for Onyx to come back to work, not only will he be an asset to the citizens, but when I am working asRead More…

Public assistance needed: Burglary of a business

Investigator Jared Strand is seeking the public’s help with a burglary case. On January 18th, 2020 P&K Equipment, located on Highway 177 and Coker Road was burglarized around 1:30 A.M. Suspects stole a truck, which has been recovered and a trailer, that they loaded with equipment.  The suspects traveled North on Highway 177 to 45th Street, where they then traveled West on 45th Street to BRead More…

Public Assistance Needed: Information sought in stolen travel trailer case

Investigator Jared Strand is seeking the public’s assistance in a stolen travel trailer case. There is no suspect information at this time. This occurred at a storage unit company on 45th Street in Shawnee. Stolen was a 2011 Jayco Travel trailer. If anyone has any information regarding the theft of this travel trailer, please contact Investigator Jared Strand at 405-275-4837 EXT. 115.Read More…

Asher city councilman, former ICE agent accused of preying on teenage girls

ASHER, Okla. – An Asher city councilman and former ICE agent is now at the center of a rape investigation after two teenagers allege he attacked them. Jeffrey Short was arrested Friday – less than 24 hours after the allegations were made. Parents of a 16-year-old girl came forward first to Asher police who passed the investigation on to the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office because the depaRead More…

The passing of Deputy John Hall

In the evening of 7/1/19 Pottawatomie County Deputy John Hall passed away at a hospital in Oklahoma City. Deputy Hall served the citizens of Pottawatomie County since 2015 in many aspects and could be counted on in a moments notice to serve when needed. He was a devoted deputy and he will truly be missed. Please keep the Hall family and his law enforcement family in your prayers during this diffiRead More…

Public Assistance Requested: Persons of interest in McLoud Burglary

Our office is asking citizens to help us identify the two people in the images below as persons of interest in a burglary near McLoud, Oklahoma.  On 6/19/2019 the two individuals were on a shopping spree at the Shawnee Mall making purchases at Kohls, Walmart, and Red Lobster using the victims stolen credit card.  The vehicle is believed to be method of travel.  These are the best photos we haveRead More…

Stolen van from Shawnee Car Museum

The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office recently took a report of a van stolen from the Car Museum located at Hwy 177 and Coker Road in Shawnee. The image above is not the actual van but it’s very similar. The vehicle is described as a 1996 Ford Airstream Conversion Van Oklahoma tag# CLZ-292 Last four of VIN# 3555. Please contact the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office (405) 275-1727 iRead More…

Arrested 10/5/2018: Shawnee Man Wanted After Attacking Stepson With Machete Now in Custody

ARRESTED 10/5/2018 @ 10:28 PM
Lt. Marcus May reported he took John Logan into custody this evening without further incident just south of Garrett’s Lake Road on Valley View Road near Earlsboro. POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Oklahoma 10/4/2018 – A 47-year-old Shawnee man is still on the loose, more than 24 hours after investigators say he attacked his stepson with a macheRead More…

Vehicle Pursuit

Deputies responded to a Welfare Check in the area of Hwy 102 and Pecan Grove Road in Shawnee when it was discovered that a white male was sitting in a Maroon Ford F150 pickup was drinking.  From there deputies began to pursue the vehicle at a high rate of speed into Cleveland County where the pursuit ended at 149th and Sauna Lane. Pursuit One suspect has been taken into custody at this time. &nRead More…