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State receives anonymous threat through email 

Public Service Announcement

MEDIA RELEASE - (September 22, 2016)

Contact: Kelly Ruiz, Public Information Officer, Wyoming Office of Homeland Security, 307-777-4900

For Immediate Release

State receives anonymous threat through email

(Cheyenne, Wyo.) – This morning, the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security received notice of an anonymous email with threats made against state facilities, schools statewide and the Cheyenne Regional Airport. Several other states have received similar emails.

The Wyoming Office of Homeland Security has shared this email information with the appropriate authorities. If any information develops validating the threat, the appropriate parties will be immediately notified.

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If you have information or need assistance, please contact the Wyoming Criminal Intelligence Center at (307) 777-7181 or dci.intel@wyo.gov.

 

Wyoming Criminal Intelligence Center

208 South College

Cheyenne, Wyoming  82002

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Posted by IT Department September 22, 2016 Categories: ACSO EMA PSA

Missing Man Found in Albany County 

News Release

On 13 September 2016, the Albany County Sheriff’s Office located the body of Jerome “Jerry” Elmore in the Snowy Range west of Laramie. A search and rescue mission had been planned to take place in the area where Elmore’s rental vehicle had been located. Before the search got underway, the Laramie Area Records and Communications received a 911 call from a hunter who reported finding a dead body in the area of the primary search area.

Deputies of the Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene and found Elmore deceased in the National Forest several hundred yards from his vehicle. The County Coroner’s Office also responded and conducted their own investigation.

In spite of requests from the media and posts on social media sites for updated information, the Sheriff’s Office was unable to provide any updated information until they were certain the next of kin had been notified.

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Posted by IT Department September 13, 2016 Categories: ACSO

Sergeant Josh DeBree (34) has been appointed as Undersheriff for the Albany County Sheriff’s Office 

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NEWS RELEASE

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Sergeant Josh DeBree (34) has been appointed as Undersheriff for the Albany County Sheriff’s Office, according to a news release from Sheriff Dave O’Malley.

 

Undersheriff DeBree has been with the Office since August 26, 2004. DeBree began his law enforcement career working at the Albany County Detention Center and transitioned to the patrol division, attaining the rank of Sergeant. DeBree has been lead supervisor of the patrol division since that promotion.

 

DeBree was preceded in the position by his Father, Rob DeBree, who died unexpectedly on September 2, 2016 after 34 years as a law enforcement officer.

 

According to a statement by Sheriff O’Malley, “I have the utmost respect and confidence in Josh DeBree, and anticipate that he will settle into his new assignment, with the competence and professional demeanor he has displayed throughout his career”.

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Posted by IT Department September 13, 2016 Categories: ACSO

Undersheriff Rob Debree 

Undersheriff Robert J DebreeRob DeBree, 58, passed away on September 2, 2016. At the time of his passing, he was enjoying two of his most cherished activities: spending time with his son, and hunting.

Rob was born July 19, 1958 to Shirley and James DeBree, in Port Huron, Michigan.  Following a move which would later take the family to Montana, he attended several schools and graduated as an accomplished athlete from Bozeman High School in 1976. Rob excelled in both baseball and football.  Rob would attend Montana State University, where after a year as a student-athlete playing football, he enlisted in the United States Air Force.

Upon completion of his military service, DeBree would marry Alyn Hayes in 1980, though they would later divorce in 1986. Rob welcomed the adoption of his daughter Danae Horst, in 1980, and celebrated the birth of his son, Josh, two years later.

Rob began a highly successful career in law enforcement and ultimately became a highly decorated and respected 34-year career.  Rob joined the Douglas County (Colorado) Sheriff’s Office in 1980.  DeBree’s dedication and work ethic would promote his noteworthy rise to the rank of Corporal within the same year. Following three years of service, Rob moved to Laramie, Wyoming to fulfill goals of being closer to family, as well as the opportunity to serve with the Albany County Sheriff’s where Rob was employed until the time of his death.

Reflected in numerous professions and professional awards, undoubtedly DeBree’s greatest source of pride would come in 1987 upon meeting his best friend and future wife, Susan (Dalles) DeBree. Married in July of the following year, the couple will continue to be remembered for their strong sense of family and generous support of Albany County youth, especially within the community of 4-H.

While Rob’s sense of dedication and determination will be remembered by all who knew him, his unshakeable commitment to service and law enforcement will forever define his greatest achievements and personal aspirations.  Reflected in numerous hard-earned promotions, including Deputy, Detective Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Detective Lieutenant, DeBree’s highest rank would come in his most recent post as Albany County Undersheriff, a position he thoroughly enjoyed while serving with Sheriff Dave O’Malley

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Posted by IT Department September 07, 2016 Categories: ACSO PSA

County Office Closure - Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 3:00 P.M. 

Public Service Announcement

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT - (September 8, 2016)

All county offices will be closed Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 3:00 p.m, for the memorial service of Robert DeBree, Undersheriff of Albany County.

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Posted by IT Department September 06, 2016 Categories: ACSO commissioners

ACSO NEWS RELEASE 

Rescues

News Release

February 4, 2016

Rescues

 

  • Snow storms in Albany County during last Monday night and throughout Tuesday resulted in a total of 3 rescue missions being conducted by the Albany County Sheriff’s Office, all starting on Tuesday (February 2nd).

  • At 5:45 a.m. Tuesday, the Albany County Sheriff’s Office was notified of an adult male who had not checked in with family members during the evening hours on Monday.

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Posted by IT Department February 04, 2016 Categories: ACSO PSA