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I'm pleased to present our 2014 Annual Report.  2014 was a year of tremendous changes and challenges for our agency, as well as tragic events that affected the communities we serve. It was a year we worked to make the Sheriff ’s Office a better place and more responsive to the needs of our Snohomish County residents. It was also a year where we learned how crucial community support and partnerships are to the work we do. 

I hope you'll download a copy and take a look at we accomplished in 2014.

-Sheriff Ty Trenary

  1. Mtn. Loop Hwy Reopened After Small Rockslide

    MOUNTAIN LOOP HWY, Wash. –Snohomish County Public Works has confirmed that crews were able to reopen the section of the Mountain Loop Hwy between Darrington and Granite Falls that had been closed due to a small rockslide. Read on...
  2. Help Needed to ID Coffee Shop Armed Robbery Suspect

    LYNNWOOD, Wash. – For a second time this week, Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes detectives are looking for tips from the public to identify an armed robbery suspect. Read on...
  3. Warmer Weather Increases Danger at Big Four Ice Caves

    Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Wash. – US Forest Service Field Rangers assigned to the Big Four Ice Caves trail have reported that sections of the cave have collapsed, causing concern for visitors to the area. Read on...
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