Creek County Sheriff’s Office

Kellyville man arrested on first-degree murder charges, OSBI investigating

October 20, 2020

Creek County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a Kellyville man on first-degree murder charges regarding a possible homicide late last week.

Jennings man arrested on first-degree murder charges after allegedly killing his father

October 8, 2020

Warning, the details of this story are graphic. Reader discretion is advised.

State Rep. Mark Lawson Receives Award from OSA

June 22, 2020

Lawson’s work on HB 2272 earned him high praise from Sheriff Bret Bowling, who called Lawson “a great advocate for law enforcement.”

Meet the K-9 Teams that Serve Creek County

March 31, 2020

Read about the training and help that these K-9 officers bring to different law enforcement groups in the County.

Creek County Declared Second Amendment Sanctuary

February 24, 2020

“The citizens of Creek County should know that … this government is determined, more now than ever, to protect the unalienable rights of its people.”

Creek County Sheriff’s Deputy involved in shooting near Kellyville

June 4, 2019

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

Sheriff Bret Bowling speaks at Lions Club

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

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

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

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