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According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 610
Inmate Capacity: 574
Year Constructed: 2000
Full-Time Staff: 141
Total Staff Salaries: $4,829,055
Phone:(928) 774-4523

Coconino County, AL Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 138
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 2
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 19
Robbery 2
Aggravated Assault 115
Property Crime 446
Burglary 128
Larceny-theft 297
Motor Vehicle Theft 21
Arson 10
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Coconino County Sheriff's Office

For more information, please visit our website at Emergency Phone: 911 Non-Emergency Phone: 1-800-338-7888 or 928-774-4523 Cold Case Unit: 928-226-5046 or 928-226-5033 Administrative Business Hours 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday, excluding holidays Records Business Hours 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, 7 days a week Jail Visiting Hours 8:00 am - 11:30 am, 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Coconino County Sheriff's Office
Coconino County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 21st, 2019 at 12:57pm
Media Release UPDATE: Additional information about the Doney Park homicide that occurred this morning.

As deputies were enroute, a reporting party advised that the male suspect had fled the scene. Upon arrival, deputies located a female victim with several stab wounds and requested medics. The victim was later pronounced deceased on scene. She was later transported to the Coconino County Medical Examiner’s Office which will conduct an autopsy and further investigation to determine cause of death. The victim has been identified as 35-year-old Crystal L. Morgan of Doney Park.

The suspect was known to be the spouse of the victim. Later that morning, investigators received information that the suspect was in a vehicle headed southbound on I-17. An attempt to locate was given to Northern Arizona law enforcement agencies to assist in apprehending the suspect. The vehicle the suspect was travelling in was located southbound on I-17 near the McGuireville exit. A traffic stop was initiated with the assistance of Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The suspect was taken into custody.

Timothy M. Duran, 38-year-old Doney Park resident, was booked into the Coconino County Detention Facility on charges of First-Degree Homicide and Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

This investigation is on-going and no further information is available at this time.


ORIGINAL Media Release

Flagstaff, AZ – On March 21, 2019 around approximately 7:00 am, the Sheriff’s Office responded to a Domestic Violence in progress in the Doney Park area. Details about the incident are not releasable at this time, but one victim is deceased. The suspect was taken into custody in Yavapai County around 9:30 am. More information will be released when possible.

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Coconino County Sheriff's Office
Coconino County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 21st, 2019 at 5:51am
Media Release, March 21, 2019
Investigation of Homicide in Doney Park

Flagstaff, AZ – On March 21, 2019 around approximately 7:00 am, the Sheriff’s Office responded to a Domestic Violence in progress in the Doney Park area. Details about the incident are not releasable at this time, but one victim is deceased. The suspect was taken into custody in Yavapai County around 9:30 am. More information will be released when possible.

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Coconino County Sheriff's Office
Coconino County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 15th, 2019 at 10:29am
Date: March 15, 2019
SUBJECT: Search and Rescue Operation locates One Person Alive and One Person Deceased

Blue Ridge, AZ – The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office recently conducted a search and rescue operation over a five-day period for two lost persons east of the Hutch Mountain area. One person was located alive (a 35-year-old female of Winslow, AZ), the other person was located deceased (38-year-old Ryan Long of Leupp, AZ).

On Thursday, March 7 the Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a female who was only gave her name before the call disconnected. The 911 call center was unable to get any location information from the dropped call or determine what the caller was trying to report. Later, the 911 center received a call from the mother of the initial caller, who was able to provide more information.

The mother’s call came in around 5:30 pm on March 7. The woman requested assistance in locating her lost daughter and male friend. The mother explained she received a call from her daughter around 11:00 am that morning. The only information provided by the daughter was that she and her friend (Ryan Long) left Meteor Crater that morning and the vehicle they were driving had become stuck and disabled. The daughter told her mother she could see a “lake” and requested her mother pick them up. The mother drove to the Lake Mary and Mormon Lake area south of Flagstaff to look for her daughter, and she called the Sheriff’s Office after she could not find them. The mother was not certain her daughter and friend were in the Lake Mary area but had driven there based off the statement her daughter made about seeing a lake.

A Sheriff’s Deputy called Ryan Long’s cell phone and spoke with him to try to get additional information about their location and situation. Long was uncooperative, providing little information and hung up on the deputy. The Sheriff’s Office made repeated attempts to re-contact the missing people on their cell phone, but the cell phone had been turned off. Through the investigation, deputies learned that Long may have a dislike of law enforcement.

A Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Coordinator contacted Long’s cellular provider in an attempt to determine the location of Long and the female who were reported missing. Search and Rescue initially received two possible locations of cell towers the phone had accessed, one was a tower near Strawberry, AZ and the other was a tower in the Blue Ridge area off State Route 87. The cell tower information was inconsistent with other information gathered and did not help in narrowing the search area. No search operations were conducted that night.

On Friday, March 8 the Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Coordinator continued the investigation with the cellular provider and families of the two missing persons. Deputies searched the roads that were accessible south and east of Meteor Crater, but did not locate the woman, Long or their vehicle. Deputies received information that Long believed he may have an arrest warrant and would likely avoid law enforcement.

New information from the cellular provider about the last activity from Long’s cell phone was obtained. The information still had many inconsistencies showing possible locations ranging from the top of the Mogollon Rim to south of Mormon Lake. However, some of the new location information showed consistency in cell phone activity in and around an area known as “Bargaman Park” near Happy Jack, AZ. This area is approximately 15 miles south of Mormon Lake and on the east side of Lake Mary Road.

The Sheriff’s Office coordinated search and rescue efforts and received assistance from several other agencies. Deputies and a fire crew from the Coconino National Forest Mogollon Ranger District responded to the area of Bargaman Park and began a search of the roads. Search efforts were severely hindered by deep snow, extremely muddy conditions, and an incoming storm that was producing intermittent precipitation and a heavy, low cloud ceiling. Travel in the area could only be accomplished using vehicles outfitted with specialty tracks. The storm and cloud cover prevented the use of a helicopter or airplane.

Around 3:00 pm, the Coconino National Forest crew located the lost female alive and suffering mild hypothermia. She was found on a forest road about 4.6 miles north of Bargaman Park. She was transported out of the forest to Lake Mary Road by a tracked vehicle. A ground ambulance then transported her to Flagstaff Medical Center where she was treated and released. The rescued woman was unfamiliar with the area and not able to provide much information about the route she and Long had travelled.

Throughout the day, Search and Rescue was in communication with the National Weather Service (NWS) staff in Bellemont, AZ. On Friday afternoon, searchers received word from the NWS that there was an expected break in the cloud cover that might allow for a flight over the area. The Arizona Department Public Safety (AZ DPS) helicopter from the Central Air Rescue Unit based in Phoenix, AZ was able to respond and conducted about 40 minutes of searching by air before the storm forced them out of the area. Neither Long or his vehicle were located at that time.

The search was continued on Saturday, March 9 by teams on the ground supported by air operations. Arizona Game and Fish Department had a fixed-wing flight scheduled that day and assisted by flying the area. Neither Long or the vehicle were located at that time.

The search was continued on Sunday, March 10 by teams on the ground supported by air operations. The Department of Public Safety (DPS) helicopter from Central Air Rescue Unit based in Phoenix searched by air. The air rescue team located Long’s truck stuck in the mud on a closed forest road approximately 4.8 miles north east of Bargaman Park and approximately 3.6 miles east of where the other missing person had been found. Searchers were unable to locate Long.

The search was continued on Monday March 11, 2019. The ground search was again aided by the DPS Northern Air Rescue Unit. Due to impassible conditions on the ground, ground searchers were transported by helicopter to the location of Long’s truck to search by foot.

Sheriff’s deputies and Search and Rescue volunteers located Long’s tracks in the intermittent snow patches south east of where the woman had been located on Friday. Searchers were able to track Long and found him deceased around 2:15 pm. His body was found about two miles south east of where the woman had been rescued. Evidence of Long’s foot prints indicated he had tried to avoid being tracked by staying off snow and the roads. His body was found approximately 30 yards off a two-track forest road. Deputies believed the two had travelled south from Meteor Crater, through the Chavez Pass area, then west on closed forest roads to the location they became stuck several miles east of Hutch Mountain.

There are no signs of foul play and it appears Long may have died of exposure. Deputies and detectives are continuing the investigation. The Coconino County Medical Examiner’s Office is conducting an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

This was a multi-day extended search conducted with the assistance of several agencies. Although the outcome was tragic in the loss of one life, one person was saved. The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Coconino National Forest Fire Crew, the Arizona Department of Public Safety Air Rescue Units and the National Weather Service for their support and participation in this search effort.

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• Photos show examples of a Search and Rescue vehicle outfitted with special tracks for snow and mud.
• One photo shows what appears to be a lake behind the search vehicle. This is not a lake but the result of the large amount of moisture and runoff from recent storms.
• Photos show the wide range of conditions in the search area, ranging from deep snow to snow/mud mix.
• One photo shows the extreme muddy conditions in which the missing persons’ vehicle became stranded.
Coconino County Sheriff's Office
Coconino County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, February 25th, 2019 at 5:45am
During the recent record snow, deputies came to the aid of a husband and wife in the greater Williams area who due to medical conditions were unable to remove the snow to get out for needed supplies. Other neighbors also assisted in the efforts. The family was extremely grateful. Thanks to everyone who helped!
Coconino County Sheriff's Office
Coconino County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, February 22nd, 2019 at 8:48am
Update / Corrections: There were two paramedics on board the Snow Cat
and a US Forest Service law enforcement officer also assisted.

Media Release, February 22, 2019
Media Contact: 928-226-5025

Sheriff's Snow Cat and SAR Help with Emergency Patient

Forest Lakes, AZ – Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Snow Cat and Search and Rescue volunteers were utilized to transport a patient from Young, AZ to waiting ambulance to a hospital in Payson, AZ.

The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office had deployed and pre-positioned a Snow Cat with a Search and Rescue crew to Forest Lakes in preparation for the heavy snow fall. The crew and machine were in place to respond to and support the communities of Forest Lakes and Heber in Navajo County.

The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office coordinated with the Forest Lakes Fire Department over deployment of the Snow Cat. Forest Lakes Fire would support the operation with housing the crew and placing a paramedic on the snow cat. Forest Lakes Fire had coordinated with surrounding Fire Departments and ambulance companies of the added resource of the snow cat.

Around 8:00 PM the Pleasant Valley Fire Department and Life Line Ambulance responded to a diabetic emergency in Young, AZ. Life Line Ambulance, knowing they could not make it to the call due to impassable roads, contacted Forest Lakes Fire
requesting the snow cat response. The search and rescue crew with a Forest Lakes Fire paramedic responded near Young.

The Snow Cat and crew traveled approximately 12 miles towards Young during heavy snow fall with visibility down to 10 feet. They arrived at the patient shortly after 10:00 PM where Pleasant Valley Fire transferred the patient to the Snow
Cat and paramedic.

The crew traveled the 12 miles back to State Route 260, then transported the patient another 6 miles to ColCourd Camp Ground in Gila County (between Forest Lakes and Payson) and transferred the patient to Life Line Ambulance. Life Line
was able to transport the patient to a hospital in Payson.

The Forest Lakes Fire Department, Pleasant Valley Fire Department, Life Line Ambulance, Gila County Sheriff’s Office and the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office deputy and Search and Rescue volunteers were involved in this operation.

The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank all the agencies for their pre-planning, communication, coordination and participation in making this operation and response a success.

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Coconino County Sheriff's Office
Coconino County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, February 21st, 2019 at 8:29am
Media Release - February 21, 2019
Backcountry Winter Recreation Hazards
(Kachina Peaks Backcountry Permit Required)

Flagstaff, AZ - The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office is warning backcountry mountain travelers to be alert for potential avalanche hazards on the San Francisco Peaks. The existing snowpack, recent wind events, and a large amount of new snow could produce hazardous conditions in the backcountry. This includes the side country bordering the Arizona Snowbowl Ski Area.

Avalanche mitigation and patrolling is conducted within the Arizona Snowbowl, but there is no avalanche control or routine patrolling in the forest outside of the Snowbowl. Those traveling into the backcountry need to be prepared for and understand the conditions prior to venturing out. Avalanches most commonly occur during a storm or within 24 hours of the storm ending, however unstable conditions may persist long beyond that timeframe. Backcountry travelers need to understand the conditions and the warning signs of avalanche activity.

People venturing into mountainous terrain should carry avalanche rescue equipment such as a shovel, avalanche transceiver, avalanche probe, and winter survival gear. Good wilderness navigation and route finding skills are essential. Be prepared for travel and emergencies in the remote winter mountain environment where rescue is not immediate. Do not travel alone and leave a detailed trip plan with a responsible person. It is important to review recent weather reports and forecasts as well as driving conditions prior to and during your trip. Carrying a cell phone is recommended; however, it may not always work in backcountry locations and should not substitute for good judgment and preparation.

Backcountry users can obtain Snowpack Summary which outlines possible snowpack hazards from the Kachina Peaks Avalanche Center at Observations by other backcountry travelers are also posted on the site. Natural avalanche activity had been reported on the San Francisco Peaks prior to this current storm. In addition to snow observations the Kachina Peaks Avalanche Center provides educational materials on the website as well as sponsoring Introduction to Avalanche seminars and more in-depth avalanche field training.

Winter backcountry travel into the Kachina Peaks Wilderness Area from Arizona Snowbowl and Snowbowl Road requires a free annual backcountry permit. This includes the parking areas at FR 522 and Lamar Haines Wildlife Area. Backcountry permits are available in Flagstaff at the Peaks Ranger Station, 5075 N. Highway 89, and the Coconino National Forest Supervisor’s Office, 1824 S Thompson St. Permits will also be available at Arizona Snowbowl’s Agassiz Lodge weekend mornings when the ski area is open.
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