The mission of the Meagher County Sheriffs Office is to serve and protect the community through the philosophy of Community Policing.


First Lost Hunter of the Season

At around 11pm on Thursday, September 29, the Meagher County Sheriff's Office received a report of a missing hunter.

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The Meagher County Sheriff's Office now has a Twitter account. If you follow us on Twitter you will receive important information regarding weather, road closures, fires, important events, etc..

Meagher County Sheriff’s Office Opens Prescription Drug Drop Box

A grant from the Montana Attorney General’s Office helps bring Operation Medicine Cabinet to Meagher County

Tyler Myrstol Charged with DUI

On Saturday, 29 July, 2011 a Meagher County Deputy witnessed a vehicle being driven in a careless manner.

Jeremiah Scott Arrested and Charged with Distribution of Dangerous Drugs

On Saturday afternoon, July 30, 2011 during the music festival, Meagher County Sheriff's Deputies were alerted to a man who had given marijuana to a person who had volunteered to work the gate for the

Body of Missing Washington Woman Found in Smith River

The search for a missing Washington woman that began May 16th ended today when the body of 68 year old Mary Patricia Plochowietz of Yakima Washington, was located and removed from the Smith River.

Flooding In Meagher County

Meagher County has seen some flooding in the county the last few days. The most damage seen or reported has been on the South Fork of the Musselshell.

Local Resident Charged With Burglary and Aggravated Assault

White Sulphur Springs resident Doug Eaton was arrested on a Meagher County Justice Court warrant on Tuesday, May 24, 2011.

Flooding Causes Closure of Forest Roads, Trails and Campgrounds

The combination of recent heavy rain and the melting runoff from an abnormally heavy lingering snowpack has caused many streams to overflow their banks causing widespread flooding and road damage acro

Dangerous River Conditions Suspend Search for Missing Washington Woman

A multi-agency effort to locate a missing Washington woman has been suspended on the Smith River due to dangerous water conditions.

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