Criminal Investigations Division
CID, or the Criminal Investigations Division, consists of investigators assigned to investigate cases once the patrol Deputy has taken an initial report.
After a Deputy takes an offense report from the field, it is forwarded to CID and an investigator is assigned. Once an investigator is assigned, all information about the case will be handled by the investigator.
The CID Investigators are listed below. If you would like to know status about a particular case, you may click on the investigator and send them an E-Mail. Be sure to include all the information you have to identify the case, such as your name, phone, case number, etc.
|Property Crimes||Sgt. Mike Neagle|
|Property Crimes||Sgt.Jim Rodgers|
|Property Crimes||Sgt. Anissa Satterfield|
|Property Crimes||Sgt. Clint Caddell|
|Property Crimes||Sgt. James Mayo|
|Narcotics||Sgt. Chad Lanier|
|Admin. Sgt.||Sgt. Jerry DeMoss|
|Crimes Against Person||Sgt. Josh Reynolds|
|Crimes Against Person||Sgt. Luke Campbell|
|Crimes Against Person||Sgt. Carolyn Copeland|
|Crime Scene Investigator||Tim Lamkin|
|Crime Scene Investigator||Cori Harris|
The Wise County Sheriffs Office has created a Narcotics Unit to aggressively investigate the narcotics manufacturing and delivery in Wise County.
If you have local narcotics information,
The Montana Meth Project
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---David Walker, Sheriff