Creek County Sheriff’s Office

Creek County Sheriff’s Deputy involved in shooting near Kellyville

By Micah Choquette / June 4, 2019

While attempting to escape, the suspect pointed a rifle at deputies and was shot.

Sheriff Bret Bowling speaks at Lions Club

By Charles Betzler / April 1, 2019

Bowling talked about several of the recent milestones of CCSO, including new tools, new canines and new services at the jail, along with reduced costs.

A family affair: Creek County Sheriffs arrest couple in connection with March rape case

By Lottie Wilds / January 31, 2019

Affidavits say the woman used her 15-year-old sister to determine if her boyfriend would cheat on her…resulting in the sister getting raped.

“Seconds count!” Sheriff Bowling commends deputies for their life-saving actions during suicide call

By Lottie Wilds / January 14, 2019

Sheriff Bowling says the quick thinking of his deputies kept a suicidal man from successfully ending his life.

CCSO introduces new K-9 Officer at Commissioners meeting

By Lottie Wilds / October 29, 2018

Ranger, the newest addition to the Creek County Sheriff’s Office, was introduced at the weekly Creek County Commissioner’s meeting on Monday

Creek County Sheriff’s Office Joins Others for the 2018 “Click It or Ticket” Campaign

By Community Submission / May 19, 2018

The Creek County Sheriff’s Office joins other agencies including local, county and state law enforcement, the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office, and other partners across the state to highlight the dangers of not wearing a seat belt. The “Click It or Ticket” campaign is a high-visibility seat belt enforcement and education program that begins on May…

Peace Officer’s Memorial Day brings a worthy remembrance and a timely message

By Micah Choquette / May 17, 2018

A day of recognition for our fallen officers is an experience that everyone should have.

Couple arrested for stealing vehicles told Creek County Sheriff Deputies they needed the money to pay court fines

By Micah Choquette / April 3, 2018

The woman was also found with counterfeit money in her pocket.

Upcoming seat belt enforcement will focus on teens and their passengers

By Micah Choquette / February 23, 2018

In 2016, 38 teenagers ages 14-19 died in motor vehicle crashes on Oklahoma roads; 21 of the 38 teens—55% of them—were not wearing seat belts.

One dead after possible drug overdose in van outside of Kellyville

By Micah Choquette / February 21, 2018

The driver, who was found slumped over the wheel and drooling, has been released from the hospital and was not charged.

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