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Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in Inyo County Here: http://www.inyocounty.us/so/jail/


Inyo County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 89
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 27
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(760) 878-0370

Inyo County, CA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 58
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 0
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 7
Robbery 7
Aggravated Assault 44
Property Crime 107
Burglary 41
Larceny-theft 65
Motor Vehicle Theft 1
Arson not available
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

Inyo County Sheriff's Office

On our web site, you will find information about the Inyo County Sheriff's Office, the most often used agency telephone numbers, recent news releases, and useful links to other sites. Additionally, you will be able to search for sexual predators and sexual offenders and prepare for emergencies. Social Media Content Management Policy: The intended purpose of the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office social media sites is to serve as a communication mechanism between ICSO and members of the public. Therefore, information, posts, and comments containing any of the following forms of content is prohibited. a) Profane language or content b) Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, marital status, familial status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, source of income, or other protected status under applicable law. c) Inappropriate sexual content or links to inappropriate sexual content d) Solicitations of commerce e) Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity f) Private and confidential information g) Information that may compromise the safety and security of the public or public systems h) Content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party i) Comments in support of, or opposition to, political campaigns or ballot measures Posts found with any of the above-mentioned content violations, shall be deleted; and if the problem persists the sender will be blocked. The Inyo County Sheriff’s Office disclaims any and all responsibility and liability for any material or content that the ICSO deems inappropriate for posting. The ICSO shall make efforts to remove said material in an expeditious and timely manner, but disclaims liability if circumstances exist that prevent or hinder efforts to remove said materials. DISCLAIMER: The Inyo County Sheriff’s Office does not endorse or support any advertising that may be posted by the Social Media host (Facebook or Twitter) on the ICSO’s site. The ICSO does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of any third-party links.
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Inyo County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, March 20th, 2019 at 6:31am
Inyo County Sheriff's Office is continuing to work with local gas stations to check for credit/debit card skimmers. Today we located another skimmer at the Coso Junction Chevron.

According to the National Association for Convenience Stores:

37 million Americans refuel every day.
Of them, 29 million pay for fuel with a credit or debit card.
When skimming occurs at a gas station, it usually takes place at only one pump.
A single compromised pump can capture data from 30 to 100 cards per day.
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Inyo County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, March 20th, 2019 at 3:46am
Inyo County Sheriff's Office
Inyo County Sheriff's Office shared a post.Monday, March 18th, 2019 at 7:10am
Independence - Tuesday, March 19, 2019, CAL FIRE San Bernardino plans to complete the Long Pond Prescribed Fire near Independence, CA. Burning will begin at approximately 9:00 A.M. Smoke will be visible in the area until approximately 5:00 P.M. Photo from archive.
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Inyo County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, March 16th, 2019 at 11:02am
Search for Missing US Marine in Central Sierra Nevada
Moves to Limited Continuous Mode
CENTRAL SIERRA NEVADA, Calif. March 16, 2019 – A massive multiagency search in the Sierra Nevada has
been underway for more than a week to locate missing U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Matthew Kraft, a 24-year-old
man from Washington, Conn. Kraft set out on a solo ski and hike trip on Feb. 24 with an itinerary to complete
the 195-mile Sierra High Route on March 4 or 5. Beginning today the search operation will transition into a
limited continuous search status until Kraft is found.
On March 4, Kraft’s father contacted Mono County Sheriff after not hearing from his son. Mono County
Sheriff’s Office began checking trail heads in the Bridgeport area that day. Cell phone forensics initiated by
Mono County Sheriff showed that his last phone activity was in the Independence area, in Inyo County. Inyo
County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue began a search on March 5. The evening of March 8, Kraft’s vehicle
was located at the Grays Meadows campground above Independence, Calif.
Backcountry snow instability and weather issues, including high winds, have been a significant challenge for
search crews. Both aerial and ground searches have identified avalanche activity, cornices, and snow bridges
throughout the wilderness, including along the Sierra High Route. The search zone has been determined to be
larger than the state of Rhode Island and consists of the 195-mile Sierra High Route as well as multiple points
of potential exit.
Aerial reconnaissance and ground teams have been deployed to the search area; however to date there have
been no substantiated clues that link Kraft to any particular search area.
Additionally, aircraft with thermal and night vision imagery capabilities have been flying the route and while
several points of interest have been identified – all have been investigated and determined to be animal related.
Search crews also employed RECCO technology, an electronic device to find people buried in an avalanche.
Search and rescue authorities have been unable to locate evidence of Kraft’s location along his planned route.
The Marine Corps, along with the other assisting agencies, will continue to stand by and support Kraft's family,
friends, and Marines during this difficult time.
Agencies assisting throughout this search include U.S. Marine Corps, Mono County Sheriff's Office, Mono County
Search and Rescue, Inyo County Sheriff, Inyo County Search and Rescue, Madera County Sheriff's Office, Fresno County Sheriff's Office, Tulare County Sheriff's Office , Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park,
Yosemite National Park, CHP - Inland Division Air Operations, AirNational Guard, Sierra Madre Search and Rescue Team, Bay Area Mountain Rescue, China Lake Naval Weapons Base, and California Office of Emergency Services.
This is the final news release about this search and rescue operation, unless new information becomes available.
Beginning Monday, March 18, InciWeb, the Incident Information System being used to relay regular updates,
will go into inactive status, meaning updates will no longer be posted, but the page will remain accessible to
anyone wanting information about this search.
For more information about this search please visit: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/6272/
If you were in the search area on or around Feb. 23, and you think you might have seen Kraft, please call 559-
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Inyo County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 6:25am
On Tuesday March 11 Inyo County Sheriff’s Investigators and Deputies executed a search and seizure warrant at the Burro Sanctuary in Olancha, CA. An arrest warrant was served on Diane Chonto (the owner and operator of the Sanctuary); she was taken into custody and booked for felony animal cruelty. In a recent inspection Animal Services personnel witnessed approximately 160 burros, mules, horses and other livestock suffering from varying degrees of long-term neglect. Several animals had hooves so overgrown that they curled under and continued to grow backwards toward the hind legs; many were unable to stand, and reaching food and water was difficult.
Workers from the Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue from Texas assisted in relocating the animals to a regional care facility. Prior to transport all animals were checked by a veterinarian. The total number of relocated animals includes: nine horses, seven mules, and 150 donkeys. Additionally one cow, two mini donkeys, and one dog were relocated locally. Six burros needed to be euthanized.
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Inyo County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 5:17am
All further updates regarding missing US Marine Corps 1st Lt. Matthew Kraft will be posted on a InciWeb.