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SISKIYOU COUNTY JAIL Address

Siskiyou County Jail
315 SOUTH OREGON
YREKA, CA
96097

SISKIYOU COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 93
Inmate Capacity: 107
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 46
Total Staff Salaries: $3,598,903

Phone:(530) 842-8157

Siskiyou County, CA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 39
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 2
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 4
Robbery 6
Aggravated Assault 27
Property Crime 158
Burglary 70
Larceny-theft 79
Motor Vehicle Theft 9
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
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s OfficeWednesday, January 16th, 2019 at 10:17am
Sheriff’s Office Arrests Man for Attempted Murder

On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at about 5:00 a.m., Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) deputies responded to a call of a domestic disturbance and a possible suicidal man at a residence located in the 800 block of Michele Drive, in the unincorporated area of Siskiyou County outside the City of Mount Shasta. At some point the verbal confrontation between the couple residing at the residence escalated and a female adult attempted to leave the home and drive away from the scene in her motor vehicle. A male adult allegedly armed himself with a handgun and shot at the female victim as she was driving away from the home.

The victim drove to Mt. Shasta Police Department (MSPD) and she was later transported to Mercy-Mount Shasta Hospital by MSPD. A SCSO deputy and sergeant arrived at the scene and there was a stand-off with the male suspect, who was in the home at the time of law enforcement arrival. SCSO was assisted by responding officers from MSPD, Weed Police Department, and the California Highway Patrol (CHP). A SCSO sergeant negotiated with the suspect and he later voluntarily surrendered, was arrested, and transported to the Siskiyou County Jail in Yreka. The suspect, Mr. Donald Hannan, 79, of Mount Shasta, was booked for attempted murder charges. He was also charged with discharging a firearm at an occupied vehicle. SCSO’s Major Crimes Unit detectives are assisting with the crime scene investigation and investigative follow-up in support of the case.

According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “We are very pleased the actions of the responding SCSO sergeant, deputy, and allied-agency officers resulted in the peaceful resolution of this incident. Preliminary reports indicate the victim was not injured as a result of the assault. This case is still under investigation and anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact the SCSO’s 24-hour Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.”
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s OfficeTuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 10:48am
Missing Woman Alive in Weed

On late Tuesday morning, January 8, 2019, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) received a call that the Weed Police Department (WPD) located a missing woman, Ms. Rosemarie “Marie” McNeal, 52, in their city in the 200 block of Main Street in Weed. SCSO Deputies responded to the scene and confirmed the person contacted by WPD was in fact the subject of an extensive search that was initiated by SCSO on January 6, 2019, after she was reported missing by a family member. Ms. McNeal related to investigators that the night she went missing, she got lost in a wooded area and eventually found shelter with a family in the Carrick Addition and later traveled to Weed. Ms. McNeal was transported to a relative’s home in Dunsmuir by SCSO and she was in good health. Circumstances surrounding her disappearance were suspicious and she was considered possibly “endangered,” due to a number factors developed during the missing persons’ investigation.

On Sunday, January 6, 2019, at about 3:30 p.m., the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) received a report of a missing person from a family member. According to the reporting party, Ms. McNeal, of Dunsmuir, had not been seen since Friday, January 4, 2019. She was last seen walking in the Maple Street area of the Carrick Edition, outside of Weed, California. SCSO patrol deputies, a sergeant, and detectives of the SCSO’s Major Crimes Unit have been relentlessly investigating her disappearance and spent considerable time running down leads and conducting searches in the Weed and Dunsmuir areas over the past few days in an effort to locate her. An extensive search was conducted in the Carrick Edition area by detectives, deputies, and the Department’s Search and Rescue (SAR) team. Searches were on-going in the Dunsmuir area.

According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “We are very pleased the search for Ms. McNeal had a happy ending and she was found alive and well. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the deputies, sergeants, managers, detectives of the Major Crimes Unit, our Search and Rescue (SAR) Coordinator, SAR volunteers, SCSO Dispatch, Weed Police Department, and other law enforcement agencies that have worked continuously in recent days to locate Ms. McNeal. SCSO investigators and SAR members worked long hours under difficult circumstances to find her and once again, we are glad the efforts paid off.”
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s OfficeMonday, January 7th, 2019 at 11:55am
***UPDATE***

Rosemarie McNeal has been located and is safe.

Thank you for your assistance

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Sheriff’s Office Seeks Assistance Locating Missing Person

Investigation Reveals Missing Adult May Be Endangered

On Sunday, January 6, 2019, at about 3:30 p.m., the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) received a report of a missing person from a family member. According to the reporting party, Ms. Rosemarie “Marie” McNeal, 52, of Dunsmuir, has not been seen since Friday, January 4, 2019. She was last seen walking in the Maple Street area of the Carrick Addition, outside of Weed, California. SCSO patrol deputies, supervisor, and detectives of the Major Crimes Unit have been investigating her disappearance and have reason to believe Ms. McNeal may be endangered. A search is on-going in the Carrick Edition area by detectives, deputies, and the Department’s Search and Rescue (SAR) team. Searches have also been conducted in the Dunsmuir area. A dark blue mini-van with Oregon license plates was located in the Carrick Edition and may be associated with Ms. McNeal or her associates. Ms. McNeal is described as a white female adult, with long, dark brown hair, and brown eyes. She is 5’5” in height and weighs 120 to 135 pounds. She was last seen wearing a black-colored jacket, blue jeans, and black boots.

According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “We are very concerned about Marie’s welfare, based on the duration of his absence and the fact there are some suspicious circumstances surrounding her disappearance. Our detectives, deputies, and SAR personnel are working hard to locate her but we need anyone with information about Marie’s whereabouts to contact the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office 24-hour Dispatch Center at (530) 841-2900.”
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s OfficeSunday, January 6th, 2019 at 8:29pm
***UPDATE***

Rosemarie McNeal has been located and is safe.

Thank you for your assistance

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#MISSING

Please help us locate RoseMarie McNeal. Her disappearance is suspicious in nature. This is an active investigation.

Please contact SCSO Dispatch if you have any information (530)841-2900.
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office
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Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office
Siskiyou County Sheriff’s OfficeFriday, January 4th, 2019 at 8:29pm
Sheriff’s Jail, Probation, & Partners Attend New Year’s Inmate Luncheon

​On Friday, January 4, 2019, at 12-Noon, a celebratory luncheon was conducted at the Siskiyou County Jail’s Day Reporting Center (DRC). The DRC is a multi-agency venture operated to supervise jail inmates participating in alternate sentencing programs, which help them develop life skills, training, education, and if needed, treatment for their specific needs. Support from specially-trained staff from the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO), Siskiyou County Probation Department (SCPD), Behavioral Health Services (BHS), and other service providers from various private and public organizations participate in the effort to rehabilitate inmates and help them to gain the skills and tools that ultimately give them a greater chance to succeed in life and to prosper in their relationships, families, and their respective communities. According to Captain Jeff Huston, “This DRC event that commemorated the outstanding achievements of 2018 was an enjoyable event and helped to reinforce how important these programs are to our participating inmates and our hard-working, diverse and talented staff.”

​One of the many causes for the luncheon was to celebrate successful achievements accomplished by inmates during 2018. For example, according to DRC leader and mentor, Corporal Fernie Fernandez, SCSO, 120 inmates successfully completed their programs during 2018. Inmates also contributed a lot of hard work and perseverance to programs that benefited the community. Included is the fire wood program, which provided 40 chords of wood for the elderly, disabled, veterans, and other needy citizens of Siskiyou County. Corporal Fernandez started the luncheon by recognizing visitors such as Sheriff Lopey, Captain Huston, and Sergeant Rich Watton. A large contingent of SCPD probation officers, staff, and counselors were in attendance.

​Many important and enriching programs are conducted for inmates at the DRC. These include art, music, wood-working, gardening, care of farm animals, wood cutting, and some inmates participate in on-highway debris removal, as members of the Sheriff’s Work Alternative Program (SWAP). SWAP, supervised by Correctional Deputy Tami Wessel, is a highly-successful program funded by CALTRANS, which has resulted in almost daily litter clearance from Interstate 5, which has made the county portion of the freeway an award-winning and nearly litter free stretch of highway. Inmates also receive education, programs, drug and alcohol treatment, and a few have earned high school diplomas from Yreka High School. Corporal Frank Ward, another supervisor and mentor at the DRC initiated the small lumber mill at the DRC. He also supervises numerous debris, brush, and fuel reduction programs throughout the county, which involves inmates cutting wood, branches, and clearing debris from public parks, ballfields, and various county and public sites, which makes these areas safer and more enjoyable for our citizens and children.

​Therapy (conventional and equine), counseling, mentorship, and even family classes are provided at the DRC. Correctional Services Specialist Ray Wolf, SCSO, also provides inmate participants assistance obtaining employment, housing, and other services they may need to help them and their families in their transition to a more normal life.

​On display at the DRC was a large wooden bench, which was custom made by inmates with scrap wood. The bench will be donated to a local school. Corporal Frank Ward, Sheriff Lopey, and Captain Huston were impressed with the quality of workmanship and the fact the inmates completed the project on their own with training provided by Corporal Ward.

​Corporal Mike Jackson, another leader and mentor at the DRC supervises many of the programs along with Corporal Ward and Fernandez and Correctional Deputy Wessel. The meal was prepared by inmates mostly with food that was raised by inmates in the program, which included ham, potatoes, and salad.

​According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “The DRC staff members from the jail and our partners do an outstanding job giving inmate participants the tools to be lead more successful and meaningful lives. We hand-pick our staff members and they are some of the most dedicated members of the law enforcement community. The services, counseling, mentorship, education, programs, and special work projects developed at the DRC to enrich the lives of the alternate work project inmates and help them overcome their challenges and in many cases, to assist the community, have been a great achievement. The DRC efforts have had a positive impact on Siskiyou County and its people by reducing crime, victimization, and recidivism. I applaud the DRC staff for the great work they do and I also compliment the inmates for their efforts to succeed – including the 120 successful inmates that completed their work programs during 2018.”

​Photo: Back Row, left to right, Corporal Fernie Fernandez, Correctional Services Specialist Ray Wolf, Corporal Mike Jackson, Corporal Frank Ward and middle, front row, Correctional Deputy Tami Wessel, SWAP Supervisor and participating alternate work inmates that made the luncheon event a big success.