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  • MILLARD COUNTY AMBULANCE NEEDS YOU

    Have you ever wanted to be an EMT?  Here's your chance.  The Millard County Ambulance is hosting an EMT class in January 2013 (if there is enough interest).  There is a need for EMTs in our local area.  Please if interested contac...
  • Weekly Case Summary through August 27, 2012

    NumberNatureDate / TimeDeputy 70270       Traffic Accident w/Injuries       8/20/2012 8:34 AM        70271       ...
  • Weekly Case Summary through August 20, 2012

    NumberNatureDate / TimeDeputy 70192       Alarm       8/13/2012 8:08 AM       R Carter 70193       Family Fight&n...
  • COMPUTER SCAM IN MILLARD COUNTY - AUGUST 21, 2012

    Sheriff Dekker would like to alert local residents and businesses of a new scam affecting the county. Individuals are calling and claiming that the victims’ computers are sending error messages to them and then these individuals offer to help resolve th...
  • Weekly Case Summary through August 13, 2012

    NumberNatureDate / TimeDeputy 70116       Suspicious Person/Circumstance       8/06/2012 9:53 AM       A JURADO 70117     &...
  • Weekly Case Summary through August 6, 2012

    NumberNatureDate / TimeDeputy 69937       Welfare Check       7/23/2012 9:22 AM       M Peacock 69938       Inmat...
  • FILLMORE AREA VEHICLE BURGLARIES SOLVED - AUGUST 5, 2012

    During late July and early August, deputies from the Millard County Sheriff’s Office responded to calls of several automobile burglaries within the Fillmore area.  On August 5, 2012 deputies investigating the cases arrested three male juveniles, ag...

Safe Tip

Con-artists are not always easy to spot. Smart, extremely persuasive, and aggressive, they invade your home through the telephone and the mail, advertise in reputable newspapers and magazines, and come to your door. Most people think they’re too smart to fall for a scam. But con artists rob all kinds of people from investment counselors and doctors to teenagers and elderly widows of billions every year. It’s up to you to say NO. Use common sense and learn about old and new scams.

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