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Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in Santa Barbara County Here: http://www.scsheriff.com/


Santa Barbara County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 976
Inmate Capacity: 48
Year Constructed: 1971
Full-Time Staff: 229
Total Staff Salaries: $20,247

Phone:(805) 681-4100

Santa Barbara County, CA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 266
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 2
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 29
Robbery 32
Aggravated Assault 203
Property Crime 1,676
Burglary 511
Larceny-theft 1,152
Motor Vehicle Theft 13
Arson 12
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
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, January 12th, 2019 at 2:36pm
Suspect Arrested for Attempted Murder After Struggle with Deputies in Isla Vista

At approximately 2:00 p.m. yesterday, January 11, 2019, the Community Resource Deputy and Isla Vista Foot Patrol deputies were doing community outreach to the homeless population to provide information about shelter services due to the impending inclement weather expected. While in Pelican Park located in the 6500 block of Del Playa Drive, they also contacted a transient about littering in the park. The subject, who was later identified as being 32-year-old Drew Wohlenhaus, refused to provide his name and became agitated. Deputies attempted to calm him down and get him to provide his name and date of birth for a citation. Wohlenhaus refused to cooperate with the citation and attempted to walk away from deputies. Deputies attempted to detain Wohlenhaus and he became combative. Wohlenhaus tackled one of the deputies and all subjects fell to the ground during the struggle.

During the struggle to arrest Wohlenhaus, he bit one of the deputies on the shoulder and kicked another in the face. Wohlenhaus grabbed the gun of one of the deputies and attempted to forcefully remove it from the holster. The deputy had to fight to maintain control of his gun as the other deputy deployed his taser in an effort to prevent further injury and gain control of Wohlenhaus. Deputies were able to broadcast an “officer needs assistance” request over the radio and responding officers were able to assist deputies in arresting Wohlenhaus. Luckily, none of the officers sustained injuries that required medical attention. Wohlenhaus was not injured in the incident and declined medical attention. Wohlenhaus was medically checked at the jail and a mental health request was made. Wohlenhaus was booked into the Santa Barbara County Jail for battery on two peace officers and attempted murder of a peace officer. Wohlenhaus is being held on one million dollars bail.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, January 12th, 2019 at 1:44pm
Suspect Wanted for Home Invasion Robbery Near Lompoc

At approximately 5:00 a.m. this morning, January 12, 2019, an unknown suspect rang the doorbell at a residence in the Lasalle Canyon Road area near Lompoc. The 65-year-old victim, who was home alone, went to the front door, but could not see the suspect through the peephole. The suspect stated he was with the Sheriff’s Office and needed to speak to the victim. The victim opened the front door and was immediately attacked by the suspect. The suspect struck the victim multiple times with a pistol and what the victim described as a “night stick.” The victim attempted to fight back, but was overwhelmed by the suspect and forced into his bedroom. The suspect demanded money and guns and said he would harm the victim’s family if his needs were not met.

The victim gave the suspect the money he had in his pants pocket. The suspect then bound the victim’s hands behind his back with duct tape and left the room. The victim freed himself from the duct tape, retrieved a baseball bat and struck the suspect when he returned to the bedroom. The suspect took the bat from the victim and continued to beat him with it, before leaving through the front door. The victim suffered extensive injuries including facial lacerations and a fractured skull. Despite his injuries, the victim managed to drive to friend’s house nearby for help. The friend then drove the victim to the hospital and called 911. The victim is hospitalized but expected to survive his injuries.

When Sheriff’s deputies were notified of the home invasion robbery at 5:45 a.m. they rushed to the scene and launched an investigation into finding the suspect. Sheriff’s Forensics technicians responded to process the scene and gather evidence. The suspect is described as a light-skinned Hispanic male adult, approximately 5’10” tall with a heavy build. He was wearing dark clothing.

The Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating the case. At this time, it is unknown why the victim or his particular residence was targeted. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office by calling the non-emergency dispatch number at 805-683-2724. For anonymous tips, please call 805-681-4171 or go to our website at https://www.sbsheriff.org/home/anonymous-tip/.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, January 12th, 2019 at 1:05pm
The weather advisory previously issued for the upcoming storm on 13 January 2019 has been cancelled. The National Weather Service (NWS) has forecasted that the storm system will arrive in Santa Barbara County late Sunday evening (13 January 2019) lasting through Monday (14 January 2019). Rainfall intensities for this storm are forecasted to remain below debris flow thresholds; however, residents are strongly encouraged to stay alert to changing conditions. Another storm is forecasted to arrive late Tuesday (15 January 19) with peak periods Wednesday and Thursday (16-17 January 2019). We will be providing updates for this storm as it gets closer.

Santa Barbara County emergency officials and the NWS will continue to monitor this storm and will provide more information tomorrow. Go to readysbc.org to learn more about how to be better prepared.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office updated their cover photo.Saturday, January 12th, 2019 at 6:49am
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, January 12th, 2019 at 6:49am
Watch the New Sheriff's Roundup!

On this rainy weekend, it’s a great time to watch the New Sheriff’s Roundup! To view, click on the link below. You can also see the Roundup on Santa Barbara County Television Channel 20, on Santa Maria Community Television Channel 25, on our Facebook and on our website.


Just some of the stories to look for on this Roundup include:
*Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Provide Mutual Aid to Butte County for Camp Fire
*New Custody Deputy and his Girlfriend help save woman trapped in Apartment Fire
*Focus on Safety: Vaping Epidemic at our Schools
*Multi-Agency Active Shooter Trainings at Local Airports
*Training Corner: Dive Team Trains at Refugio Beach
*New Cop Cart Debuts at Cabrillo High School
*New K-9 Team Deputy Scott and Duke
*Local Kindergartner’s Gift to Sheriff’s Office
*Law Enforcement Academy, Citizen Academy and DARE Graduations
And much more…

We hope you enjoy watching and as always we appreciate your feedback and story ideas.
Have a great weekend!
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 5:01pm
Notification of Inmate Death

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office is reporting the death of an inmate. At approximately 7:50 p.m. on January 5, 2019, 52-year-old Jose A. Curiel of Santa Maria was transported from the Santa Barbara County Jail to a local hospital due to a medical condition. He was hospitalized and treated for an ongoing medical condition. At approximately 7:00 p.m. last night, January 10, 2019, Mr. Curiel passed away from complications of his medical condition.

Mr. Curiel was booked at the Santa Barbara County Jail on February 20, 2018, for domestic violence, criminal threats to terrorize and stalking offenses. He was also booked on two outstanding warrants.

Next of kin was by his side at time of death.