The Sheriff's Office has received reports from the 12th Judicial District Jury Commissioner of a recent phone scam.
Several Saguache County residents have received a calls from an unknown person who indicated that he was with the Sheriff's Office and that there was an Arrest Warrant for the individual for not showing up for Jury Duty.
The person was told that the bond was $925.00 and that the person needed to pay the amount in the form of a cashiers check. The caller gave a phone number to confirm the Warrant and it was eventually routed to the Conejos County Sheriff's Office.
The Jury Commissioner and the Saguache County along with the Conejos County Sheriff's Office wants citizens to know that this is a scam. DO NOT pay/send any money!
if the Jury Commissioner requires your presence in Court, you will receive a Jury Notice by mail or will be served personally by a Sheriff's Deputy.
If you have any concerns please call the Jury Commissioners, 719-589-7602 or the Saguache Sheriff's Office 719-655-2525.
Putting Money on an Inmates Books From Internet
- GO TO; accesscorrections.com
- CLICK ON "send money" link
- SELECT Colorado from drop down menu
- SELECT Saguache from drop down menu
- ENTER recipient name
- SET UP account for deposits
- PUT MONEY ON BOOKS
MONEY SHOULD BE ADDED TO INMATE ACCOUNT WITHIN 4 HOURS
Please see the image below for GovPayNet to make payments as well as being able to make VOICE CALLS, VIDEO CALLS , and MESSAGING!
Have any questions regarding the Jail? Please contact Captain Ken Wilson, Jail Commander, with the Saguache County Jail at 719-655-2544.
If there is an emergency, please call 911 or 719-655-2525.
The link below is a resource for anyone who is in need of information on addiction care and education.
Use these helpul links for state law enforcement resources:
Please click here to put money on the books or purchase commisary care packeges for the inmates.
For more information, please click on these links
. Created by Saguache County Resident Daniel Johnson, this film has been advocated by many government agencies for decades.