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On November 04, 2020, at 12:25 PM, Kenneth Tyler Shafer was booked into the Craig County Sheriff's Office for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
JUSTIN ALLEN LEE
RONNIE DALE LAWSON
MERANDA RACHEL ROBERTS
JOHN ALLAN FAUGHN
No matter what you’d like to call them: package pilferers, porch pirates, or truck stalkers, we refer to them as one thing: thieves. While we understand that it may be challenging to know the exact time when a package will be delivered to your home or business, there are some things that you can do to protect your valuable items from being stolen.
Welcome to the Craig County Sheriff's Office
The Craig County Sheriff’s Office has a vast history in northeast Oklahoma dating back to the county’s founding in 1907.
Deputies patrol 761 square miles of county roads. Craig County is bordered by the following counties: in Kansas: Labette and Cherokee County to the north and northeast; and in Oklahoma: Ottawa County to the east, Delaware County to the southeast, Mayes County to the south, Rogers County to the southwest and Nowata County to the west.
The county’s coverage area includes the following towns: Big Cabin, Bluejacket, Vinita, Ketchum and Welch. Unincorporated areas include Centralia and White Oak.
Under Sheriff Heath Winfrey’s leadership, the sheriff’s office staff and deputies strive to be hardworking, honest and accountable to the people of Craig County.