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Sheriff - Coroner

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Volunteer

The Mono County Sheriff’s Office is seeking volunteers who are interested in becoming part of the dynamic and benevolent Mono County Sheriff Search and Rescue team. At the direction of the Mono County Sheriff’s Office and the SAR Coordinator, the team responds to search and rescue missions in diverse terrain and weather, some of which can be challenging. Essential qualities of a volunteer include a dedication to public service and a willingness to devote personal time not only for missions, but also for mandatory trainings.

Boat Capsized at June Lake

Date:      October 18, 2016
Re:          Boat Capsized at June Lake

Homicide Investigation

Date:       October 12, 2016
Re:          Homicide Investigation

On Sunday, October 09, 2016, the Mammoth Lakes Police Department responded to reports of gunshots in the area of 200 Azimuth in the Town of Mammoth Lakes. Officers arrived on scene and located a male victim who appeared to have sustained multiple gunshot wounds. Mono County paramedics responded to the scene and pronounced the victim deceased.

Inmate Escape

Date:              October 06, 2016
RE:                 Inmate Escape

Coroner's Investigation

Date:              September 23, 2016
RE:                 Coroner's Investigation

Gran Fondo Traffic & Transit Advisory

Date:              September 06, 2016
RE:                 Gran Fondo Traffic & Transit Advisory for Saturday, September 10, 2016

Please see the attached Public Service Announcement from the Town of Mammoth Lakes.

Mono County Sheriff Search & Rescue Mission-Rainbow Falls

Date:              August 25, 2016
RE:                 Mono County Sheriff Search and Rescue Mission – Rainbow Falls

Potential for Flash Floods and Rock Slides

Date:              August 19, 2016
RE:                 Potential for Flash Floods and Rock Slides

Thunderstorms are currently forecast for the Eastern Sierra over the next four days, with the highest probability of thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday. Such storms can cause flash flooding and rock slides in burn areas across the county.  Residents, tourists and structures affected by recent fires are most at risk.  Those affected should seek higher ground outside of the burn areas through the duration and immediately following a storm cell.

Immobilized Hikers

Date:              July 21, 2016
RE:                 Immobilized Hikers

On July 19, 2016, Mono County Dispatch received a 911 call regarding an injured hiker on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) near Leavitt Lake. The hiker had been immobilized due to her injuries reported as a possible broken ankle. Deputies from the Mono County Sheriff’s Office, Mono County Sheriff Search and Rescue, and Tuolumne County Search and Rescue responded.

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