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Mason County Information
The population of the county was 60,699 based on what the census recorded in 2010 and the county seat is Shelton. The county was formed from King County and was founded in 1854. The county was named after Charles H. Mason and the total area is 1,051 square miles. The county office takes care of its citizens by having departments that help out. These departments are Sheriff’s office, probation, emergency management, attorney, auditor, and probation.
The name of the Sheriff is Casey Salisbury and the office address is 322 N 3rd Street Shelton, WA 98584. The phone number of his office is 360-426-4441
The divisions in the Sheriff’s office are animal control, MCSO blotter, honor guard, investigations, K-9 unit, Marine Services, North Precinct, Reserve program, patrol, search and rescue, special operations group, SWAT, and traffic.
You can go to the website to know more about the Sheriff and how they work together to maintain peace in the county.
The court administrator is Patricia A. Robinson and the judge is Honorable Victoria C. Meadows
It is the mission of the Mason County District Court to give justice, fairness, equality, and integrity, in order to find solutions to matters before the court. They are a trained and motivated staff that gives impartial, prompt, and courteous service in a way that is inspirational to the public trust and their confidence. The court carries misdemeanor cases that only has a maximum penalty of $1,000 and less than 90 days in jail.
322 N 3rd Street Shelton, WA 98584
The phone number is 360-427-9670
Family visitation for females is during Sundays from 6 pm to 7 pm and Tuesdays 6 pm to 7 pm
Male visitation is during Mondays from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 11 am
Trusties Visitation is during Sundays and Tuesdays from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm and family visitation is Mondays and Fridays from 7 pm to 8 pm
|Mason City Jail Statistics|
|Number of Persons Confined||135|
|Avg Daily Population||121|
|Name of new facility||not applicable|
|Full time payroll||33|
|Full time total employees||34|
|Total salaries and wages||1448531|
|Other operating expenditures||684839|
|Total construction costs||0|
|Equipment, furnishings, etc||0|
|Year of original construction||1986|
|Year of major renovation||2004|
|Name of new facility||not applicable|
Address: 4TH AND PINE SHELTON WA 98584
Feb Jail Report- Highlight's or perhaps "Low" lights; Even though we were at Functional capacity, we still averaged 4 inmates sleeping on the floor daily and 2.81 living in our 6 holding cells. 223 people did not come to jail that should have because the no vacancy sign was out. https://t.co/VctBjOvrg7
Our hearts go out to our law enforcement family in Kittitas County for the loss of their Deputy and the criticality wounded officer (the office is stable this morning). Below is the official statement from the Kittitas Sheriffs Office. https://t.co/SPgIPvnldC
Sheriff Salisbury administered the Oath of Office to our newest Corrections Deputy, Craig Hilt. Deputy Hilt is a lateral with 12 years Corrections Experience from Snohomish County. We are excited and grateful he chose to be part of our team! https://t.co/PZuwNVdCb0
BOTH GIRLS HAVE BEEN FOUND. We again would like to thank the community for their help. Additionally we apologize for Autocorrect issues earlier.....The Joy of finding them helped in not double checking that autocorrect this time. We wish everyone a safe evening. https://t.co/6juhzxx6Ra
Missing girl in the Agate area. (Angela Wahleithner. 7/1/8) Blonde hair, blue eyes. 100lb, 5’3”. Black shirt that says NOPE. Harley Davidson sweatshirt. Black tights for pants. Blue backpack with stars. Please call 911 if you see her. https://t.co/hNKfCm15wK
Sheriff Salisbury attended the Opoid Stakeholder meeting yesterday. It is awesome to be part of collaboration between many agencies related to substance abuse and mental health treatment and prevention. https://t.co/sxjLLsyMni
Sheriff Salisbury attends the Opoid stakeholders meeting to round table options to help people in our community suffering from substance abuse and mental illness. Awesome attendance by local and state representatives. https://t.co/NTiOKMhNls
Ten years ago, one winter MCSO night shift led by Sgt. Trevor Severance happened to be comprised of all-female Deputies. Today, Those Patrol Deputies are assigned as Det. Danielle Drogmund, Sgt. Kelly LaFrance, and Squaxin PD Ofc. Tracy Rollins. Happy International Women's Day! https://t.co/9cYg8QiOru
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