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Property and Evidence

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Kayla Isom
701-444-7501
Property and Evidence Technician

The McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office property and evidence unit is responsible for all property that our staff take in as part of their day to day duties.  The items handled by the property and evidence unit consist of items of evidence, lost and found items, and items for safe keeping. The primary responsibilities of the property and evidence unit include:
  • Keeping evidentiary items in as close a condition to its original condition as possible.  
  • Preventing the inadvertent loss of evidence. 
  • Preventing contamination of evidence. 
  • Preventing contamination of persons who come in contact with the evidence.  
  • Preserving the integrity of a piece of evidence for court presentation.





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* PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE * January 14, 2019 Sheriff Announces Shannon Wellen as Chief Deputy McKenzie County Sheriff Matthew Johansen announced today the hire of Shannon Wellen as...

Happy New Years! Please don’t drink and drive! Have fun and be safe! We would like to thank our outgoing Sheriff, Gary Schwartzenberger for his service, and we wish him well in his future endeavors. We...

Please be aware of the shifting weather pattern in the coming hours. Please keep an emergency kit your vehicle to include extra extra blankets and/or snow cloths. If you get stuck, break down...

Please heed road and travel advisories as they come out. Please avoid travel if possible. If you must travel, please slow down, carry an emergency kit, stay with your vehicle if you become...

Last week we held an awards and promotions ceremony. We would like to recognize the following deputies for superior achievement in the performance of their duties Sgt. Newman was promoted to...

***Road Conditions*** Even with the sun up and warming temperatures, the roads are still extremely slippery. Please slow down, leave extra room when merging/turning, wear your seat belts, turn your...

***Traffic Accident Update*** Hwy 23 is open again to eastbound and westbound lanes of traffic. North Dakota Highway Patrol will be handling the accident investigation. Remember to drive for the road conditions and wear your seatbelt.

***Traffic Alert*** Highway 23 is closed from the Keene round about to Highway 1806 East due to a serious injury accident. There is no time line on when the road will be reopened. Drivers are...

No Travel Advisory is still in place for McKenzie County. Please stay off the roads.

Update: County Road 10 is back open to both lanes of traffic. McKenzie County sand truck is currently laying sand on County road 10 from Hwy 1806 to Hwy 23 in both lanes. With this in mind it is still very icy...




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