Steuben County Sheriff’s Office newsletter highlights safety and service in June

The Steuben County Sheriff’s Office shares updates in its July newsletter. Sheriff Jim Allard reports a safe and busy summer, with two successful boater safety courses and a growing prison garden. In June, a fugitive from Virginia and a suspect were arrested in a Woodhull murder case. The office also received a $601,000 grant from NYS for a countywide law enforcement records management system.

The newsletter honors the late Jerry Miller, a longtime Steuben County Public Works employee, and celebrates the retirement of Cheryl Crocker, director of probation. The sheriff’s team participated in various trainings and community events, demonstrating their commitment to public safety.

In June, deputies handled numerous investigations, including murder, assault, burglary and child endangerment. The patrol division handled several domestic incidents and three impaired driving arrests. The Sheriff thanks the community for their support and praises his team’s outstanding performance.

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