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Desoto County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
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Full-Time Staff: 47
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Phone:(662) 469-8500

DeSoto County, MS Offense Statistics
Violent Crime31
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter1
Rape (revised and legacy definition)11
Aggravated Assault13
Property Crime435
Motor Vehicle Theft14
Arsonnot 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

DeSoto County Sheriff's Department

The DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department is a law enforcement agency serving all of DeSoto County, including the incorporated municipalities of Southaven, Horn Lake, Olive Branch, and Hernando. The Sheriff’s Department also includes the DeSoto County Jail which houses offenders arrested throughout DeSoto County. Sheriff Bill Rasco was elected in 2008 as the Sheriff of DeSoto County and he currently oversees all operations. The DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department is a county-wide law enforcement agency including the Divisions of Patrol, Traffic, Fugitive, Civil Process, Criminal Investigations, Narcotics, Aviation, Court Services, Communications, Juvenile, and School Resources, as well as the County Jail. The Department serves all of DeSoto County which is an area of 496 square miles and includes a population of over 166,000 residents.The Department has been accredited with the Mississippi State Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission since 2011.If you have information about a crime, call our non-emergency number at 662-469-8500. You may also call in an anonymous crime tip to DeSoto County Crime Stoppers at 662-429-TIPS (8477).Our Administrative Offices are located at: 3091 Industrial Dr. W., Hernando, MS 38632 (662) 469-8500 (Front Desk, non-emergency) and are open from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Fri.Citizens visiting our Administrative Offices are able to file requests for copies of incident and/or motor vehicle crash reports, and report incidents and crimes. Lobby Hours for our Administrative Offices are: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Weekends & HolidaysLegal DisclosureUnder Mississippi law, all content on the Department’s Facebook page is subject to the Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983. Comments posted are considered public information. No personal information is obtained through this site.The opinions expressed by visitors to this page do not necessarily reflect the opinions of DeSoto County Government or the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department. Comments will be monitored and the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department reserves the right to remove obscenities, off-topic comments, or personal attacks. Any comments posted or submitted for posting are subject to public disclosure.
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DeSoto County Sheriff's DepartmentWednesday, November 22nd, 2017 at 7:51am
We are very thankful for the FedEx Pilots' Charitable Fund for donating $3,000 towards our 2017 "Shop-With-A-Cop". We are also thankful to Walmart in Hernando for donating $1,000 towards the event.
FedEx Pilot, Amy Allen, presented the donation. Walls Elementary School Counselor, Lelia Ferguson, is helping coordinate the event. We are very appreciative of everyone involved. Thank you!
Here is last year's event. Watch ""Shop with a Cop" in Mississippi" on YouTube
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DeSoto County Sheriff's Department shared Olive Branch Police Department's video.Tuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 12:10pm
Let's help Olive Branch Police catch these guys! If you have information leading to the arrest of these suspects, please call (662) 429-TIPS or (662) 469-8027
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Olive Branch Police Department
On Saturday, November 18, 2017, we had several vehicles broken into between the hours of 4:30 and 6:30 AM. The burglaries occurred in the Magnolia Lakes and Magnolia Estates areas on Oak Leaf Dr, Kristen Dr, Carrington Dr, and Windover Cv. We are currently looking for four suspects (appear to be all male), driving a newer model white, Volvo sedan. Please take a minute to watch the video below. If you have any information on the suspects, you can contact us via Facebook, by calling dispatch at (662) 895-4111, or by leaving us an anonymous tip by texting 274637 (begin the text with OBPD, enter your message, then press "Send"). Thanks for your help!!!
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DeSoto County Sheriff's Department shared a link.Saturday, November 18th, 2017 at 11:51am
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DeSoto County Sheriff's Department added 2 new photos — with Alex Coker.Saturday, November 18th, 2017 at 3:10am
SGT Frank Martinez and Deputy Alex Coker got the word that our Honorary Deputy Piero was back in town this week for more treatment at the ST Jude Hospital. They grabbed some gifts and spent some well needed time with him.
His Mother says that he's been doing well. He gets on to her, if she doesn't obey all the traffic laws, when she's driving.
Deputy Piero has a special place in our hearts. He will be back in town again in approx. 6months for more treatment.
Watch "ST. Jude "Make a Wish"-7yr old wishes to be a Cop" on YouTube
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DeSoto County Sheriff's Department added 7 new photos.Saturday, November 18th, 2017 at 2:19am
We just finished up our first [Women's Only] Self Defense "Equalizer" Course last night. The training lasted two nights. It covered strikes, breaking out of holds, and how to fight on the ground.
The ladies had a lot of fun and gained new knowledge at the same time. A big thank you goes out to LT Brad Branning and Deputy Greg Stacks for teaching the class.
We have already filled the free classes for December and January. If you are interested in taking the course in the future, contact Deputy Alex Coker at (662) 469-8786 or
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DeSoto County Sheriff's Department added 2 new photos.Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 at 11:12am
In light of the recent HBO TV Show: "War Dog-Soldier's Best Friend", we would like to add some additional information. One of our Dept. K9s, "Mika", and her K9Handler, LT Paul Leslie, were one of the features on the show.
The DeSoto County Sheriff's Department adopted K9 "Mika" from the U.S. Army in 2009, because she was not working at the level needed by them. She was matched up with LT Paul Leslie. K9 Mika served 6years on the streets of DeSoto County from 2009-2015.
During that time, LT Paul Leslie and the K9 were involved in several high risk situations against armed gunmen. They deployed on multiple SWAT callouts and were called out to do explosive searches before games at Ole Miss, Fed Ex Forum, and the Landers Center.
In 2012, Paul and his dog won 1st Place in "Patrol" and 3rd Place in "Control" at the K9 Olympics in Indiana.
LT Leslie and his partner have apprehended over 40 suspects through the years and have been called out to deploy on more than 600 calls. It is very easy to see that the two became one. Mika was part of the Leslie family, even after retirement.
LT Leslie worked Mika for 6years, before hearing from SFC John Dixon in 2015. SFC Dixon worked Mika for approx. 7 months.
The DeSoto County Sheriff's Department never made a verbal or written agreement to give the K9 back to the Army or to any of her former military handlers.
LT Leslie spoke with SFC Dixon approx. three different times on the phone. Each time, the former handler became verbally aggressive demanding the dog. LT Leslie explained to SFC Dixon that Mika had become part his family over the years and explained that no other agreement had ever been made.
Paul agreed to meet up with the HBO producers and the former handler in Dec. 2016, so SFC Dixon could meet up with his dog again, but he never heard back from the producers or SFC Dixon.
We appreciate the service and sacrifices that SFC Dixon gave for his country and we wish that he could have met with his dog before she passed.
After serving overseas, working the streets for 6years in DeSoto County, and living two years in retirement with the Leslie family, she passed away on Oct. 9th, 2017.
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DeSoto County Sheriff's DepartmentThursday, November 9th, 2017 at 3:28am
We are updating our livestock owner information because we are finding an increase of loose cows, horses, goats, and other livestock in the roadway during the day and at night.
We are asking that if you own any of these animals, to please call in with your name, phone number, and address, so that we can quickly call the owners in the area, when we find livestock in the roadway.
Please call (662) 469-8027 and request to speak with dispatch , so we can update our information to better serve you.