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BEAVER COUNTY JAIL Address
BEAVER COUNTY JAIL
40 SOUTH 100 EAST
BEAVER COUNTY JAIL Statistics
According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 184
Inmate Capacity: 194
Year Constructed: 1998
Full-Time Staff: 35
Total Staff Salaries: $1,089,752
It is really a wonderful thing to be honered for something you love to do. I have always loved animals of all kinds. I wish I had been encouraged when I was young to pursue a job in the animal feild. Now that I am older I am kind of limeted at the things I can do in working with animals, some are too big and most of them too fast. At least now I am doing what I am able to do and loving it.
Some parts of the job so wonderful, holding a tiny kitten and knowing that we will do our best to find him a good home. Returning a lost dog to its family. Getting a stray to a rescue where they will care for it and train it to be a "Good Dog" so a family will be more likely to adopt it. And my favorite part, puppy kisses!
The other part of the job is not so good. some dogs are picked up off the streets wet and cold, starving and wounded. No chips no collars or tags to identify them and no one ever calls looking for them. And we also get well behaved, clean, trained, expensive dogs that no one ever calls about either. Where are these people? They have lost their family pet and don't bother to call the animal control or the sherrif to look for it....? We have gotten dogs that have been thrown from trucks on the hiway or abandoned by people passing through town. Such cruelty you can't imagine. The dog that is chained in the yard, wearing a collor that at one time fit him but is now growing into his skin.
I love to be at the shelter. If I am cleaning up poop, mopping....what ever...I just love to be there. The best part is to care for the animals, playing with kittens, brushing dogs, just holding them to make them not so affraid.
Needless to say, I love my job.
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF YOU FOR YOUR LOVE, CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD WISHES YOU HAVE GIVEN. EVERY VOLENTEER NEEDS TO BE REOGNIZED FOR THE JOBS THEY DO BECAUSE THAT SERVICE COMES FROM A HEART THAT IS NOT WAITING FOR A PAYCHECK.
ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU ALL.
PURSUIT ON INTERSTATE 15
On December 25, 2016 at approximately 0725 hours, a Millard County Sheriff's Deputy attempted to stop a black Toyota truck pulling a small single axle trailer. The vehicle had nearly struck the Deputy's Patrol vehicle when passing southbound on Interstate 15 near mile 158. The Toyota was traveling in excess of 75 mph on roads that were snow packed. The trailer was fish tailing back and forth in a dangerous manner. The driver refused to pull over, continuing south bound on Interstate 15, and driving at times well beyond posted speed limits and upon the compromised roadways. The driver passed several vehicles on the right by driving down the emergency lane. Information developed into the pursuit that the driver was possibly connected to a Utah County shooting. This was later found not to be the case.
The pursuit continued into Beaver County where units from the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office and the Utah Highway Patrol assumed the chase. The Utah Highway Patrol assisted with stopping the truck through the use of a “pit maneuver”, causing the vehicle to slide off the road and becoming stuck in the snow in the area of mile 126, southbound Interstate 15, Beaver County.
A female passenger exited the vehicle and was taken into custody. She was found to have multiple warrants out for her arrest, and was charged with several additional charges.
The male driver refused to come out of the vehicle. Beaver County Swat responded and delivered a pepper ball round into the vehicle. The driver exited the vehicle and was taken into custody without further incident.
Interstate 15 was shut down going both directions between the Cove Fort and Manderfield areas during much of the incident. There were no injuries.
Michael Looser, age 33 of West Valley, Utah was identified as the driver and owner of the truck and trailer. Looser was arrested for:
Driving on Revoked Drivers License
Failure to have ignition interlock device
Unsafe lane travel
Speed too fast for conditions
Victoria Wood, age 30 from Midvale, Utah, was the only passenger. She was arrested for:
5 outstanding warrants
Possession of Controlled Substance (Marijuana) within a Correctional Facility
Possession of Paraphernalia
Both suspects were transported to Fillmore and booked into the Millard County Jail.