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BOX ELDER COUNTY JAIL Address

BOX ELDER COUNTY
52 SOUTH 1000 WEST
BRIGHAM CITY, UT
84302

BOX ELDER COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 139
Inmate Capacity: 164
Year Constructed: 1998
Full-Time Staff: 46
Total Staff Salaries: $2,287,254

Phone:(435) 734-3300

Box Elder County Sheriff's Department
Box Elder County Sheriff's DepartmentMonday, January 16th, 2017 at 9:26pm
BOX ELDER COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Press Release

Date – 01/16/2017 Time – 1:00 PM

INCIDENT - Incident during Snowmobile outing, Search and Rescue Callout

LOCATION – East of Perry Reservoir near the Weber/Box Elder County Line

AGENCIES/OFFICERS INVOLVED – Box Elder County Sheriff, Box Elder Search and Rescue, LifeFlight

RELEASEABLE INFORMATION – At approximately 1:00 PM Box Elder Communications Center received a call of a man down in the above area while snowmobiling. It was unclear exactly what the problem was but was established that he wasn’t breathing and the caller had started CPR. Sheriff’s Deputies and EMS personnel along with Box Elder Search and Rescue were dispatched immediately to the area. During this process it was established that the individuals were in the back country snowmobiling. The fallen individual did not respond to CPR and passed away prior to emergency crews getting to them. They were in a fairly remote area and the snow was such that the Search and Rescue could not get some of the equipment into the area. Once personnel did get on scene and establishing an accurate location and landing zone LifeFlight was summoned to assist the Search and Rescue personnel bringing the victim out. The victim identified as Kent Brian Tanner, 57 year old Brigham City man, died at the scene from and apparent heart attack. Cause of death will be confirmed by the Utah State Medical Examiner.

RELEASED BY - Chief Deputy Dale Ward
Box Elder County Sheriff's Department
Box Elder County Sheriff's Department shared Box Elder County Emergency Management's post.Sunday, January 8th, 2017 at 11:25pm
No school in Box Elder County tomorrow, Monday, January 9th.
Box Elder County Sheriff's Department
Box Elder County Sheriff's Department shared Box Elder County Emergency Management's post.Sunday, January 8th, 2017 at 10:31am
The Box Elder Emergency Management is sending out an automated phone message regarding our current weather situation. Here is more detail.
Box Elder County Sheriff's Department
Box Elder County Sheriff's DepartmentFriday, January 6th, 2017 at 4:27pm
"Heads-Up" report from the National Weather Service

• Sunday will warm up to 40 degrees
• Rain will begin Sunday through Monday
• Areas of concern: Little Bear (and the confluence of the Bear River), Weber Valley rivers. Areas below 5500 feet. Weber County, Cache County, Box Elder County.
• Likely see 1 inch of rain in a 12 hour period (rain on snowmelt)
• Monday at 3:00 p.m. is the time when rivers will increase and possible flooding could occur
• Concern with increase of flows of rivers and public safety around rivers. Rivers will increase quickly during this 12 hour period.
• Concern with possibly flooding of basements (areas that have flooded in the past could be flooded again, especially in Ogden area)
• Concern with culverts and bridges if debris is already in the way.
• A Flood Advisory will be sent out Saturday and a possible Flood Warning on Sunday.
• No media has been contacted yet, Brian is making personal phone calls to emergency managers.
• DEM recommends sandbag preparation, culvert cleaning, staffing preparation.
• SERT team will be notified with an email. No actions required, this is a "heads up" email of potential flooding. A webEOC Event will be created
• DEM will increase the EOC activation to Level 3 Monitoring starting Friday at 0800 hrs through the incident period. No personnel will be staffing the EOC over the weekend, however Bob Carey is the Staff Duty Officer for the weekend, his cell number is 801-554-5957.
Box Elder County Sheriff's Department
Box Elder County Sheriff's Department added 2 new photos.Friday, January 6th, 2017 at 12:43pm
BOX ELDER COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Press Release

UPDATE----PHOTOS ATTACHED
Date – January 4, 2017 Time – 11:20 PM

INCIDENT - Missing Hunter

LOCATION – Wildcat Mountain, South and West of Snowville UT

AGENCIES/OFFICERS INVOLVED – Box Elder County Sheriff and Box Elder Search and Rescue, Lifeflight, Park Valley and Snowville Ambulances

RELEASEABLE INFORMATION –Trevor Valentine, 38 years of age left Weber County to go hunting around noon on January 4, 2017 to Western Box Elder County. He made contact informing his wife by text message that he was stuck about 6:00 PM. His instructions were to meet on SR 30 between Kelton and Curlew junctions, that it was only about a 3 mile hike and he should be able to make it there in about an hour. Last contact was at about 9:00 PM. After driving the road and calling his phone with no response they reported him missing. Box Elder Communications received the call about 11:20 PM explaining the situation. Box Elder County Sheriff Kevin Potter assembled the Search and Rescue unit and they responded to the area. They approached Wildcat Mountain from different locations to properly cover the area. Upon arrival they encountered severe ground blizzard conditions and serious drifting snow in the roadways. At one point it took one group of Search and Rescue four hours to get from the main road to Wildcat Mountain. After sunrise the winds calmed and they were able to get four Search and Rescue members on snowmobiles to approach the mountain from the west, the general route that Mr. Valentine was to be walking out. About 10:00 AM Mr. Valentine was located. He had attempted to dig himself into the snow to protect from the wind and cold. Temperatures with wind chill were well below zero in the area. The wind again began to blow making Lifeflight doubtful to be able to land. Emergency first aid was provided at the scene and Lifeflight was able to land a short distance away from their location. At the same time Search and Rescue were attempting to break through the heavy snow to get Mr. Valentine to the highway. Mr. Valentine was transported to Murray IHC hospital by Lifeflight in very serious condition.

RELEASED BY - Chief Deputy Dale Ward

01/06/2016 Attached are photos of the location Mr. Valentine was found and the conditions. More photos will be posted on Facebook as they become available.
Box Elder County Sheriff's Department
Box Elder County Sheriff's DepartmentThursday, January 5th, 2017 at 7:10pm
BOX ELDER COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Press Release

Date – January 4, 2017 Time – 11:20 PM

INCIDENT - Missing Hunter

LOCATION – Wildcat Mountain, South and West of Snowville UT

AGENCIES/OFFICERS INVOLVED – Box Elder County Sheriff and Box Elder Search and Rescue, Lifeflight, Park Valley and Snowville Ambulances

RELEASEABLE INFORMATION –Trevor Valentine, 38 years of age left Weber County to go hunting around noon on January 4, 2017 to Western Box Elder County. He made contact informing his wife by text message that he was stuck about 6:00 PM. His instructions were to meet on SR 30 between Kelton and Curlew junctions, that it was only about a 3 mile hike and he should be able to make it there in about an hour. Last contact was at about 9:00 PM. After driving the road and calling his phone with no response they reported him missing. Box Elder Communications received the call about 11:20 PM explaining the situation. Box Elder County Sheriff Kevin Potter assembled the Search and Rescue unit and they responded to the area. They approached Wildcat Mountain from different locations to properly cover the area. Upon arrival they encountered severe ground blizzard conditions and serious drifting snow in the roadways. At one point it took one group of Search and Rescue four hours to get from the main road to Wildcat Mountain. After sunrise the winds calmed and they were able to get four Search and Rescue members on snowmobiles to approach the mountain from the west, the general route that Mr. Valentine was to be walking out. About 10:00 AM Mr. Valentine was located. He had attempted to dig himself into the snow to protect from the wind and cold. Temperatures with wind chill were well below zero in the area. The wind again began to blow making Lifeflight doubtful to be able to land. Emergency first aid was provided at the scene and Lifeflight was able to land a short distance away from their location. At the same time Search and Rescue were attempting to break through the heavy snow to get Mr. Valentine to the highway. Mr. Valentine was transported to Murray IHC hospital by Lifeflight in very serious condition.

RELEASED BY - Chief Deputy Dale Ward