Deputies Investigating Police Impersonator
Clay County, Missouri – May 13th, 2016 – Clay County Sheriff Deputies have a Person of Interest in custody after reports of a man impersonating a Law Enforcement Officer in the 2800 block of NE Shoal Creek Parkway.
This morning just after 7:00 a.m. School Resource Deputies were informed about a person claiming to be a Law Enforcement Officer at the North Kansas City School District Transportation Annex, which is adjacent to Staley High School. That person was taken into custody and placed on a twenty-four hour Investigative Hold. School Resource Deputies work closely with the School District to ensure the safety of students and staff.
Detectives are also investigating a similar incident that occurred May 6th, 2016.
No other information is currently is available as the incident is still under investigation, and charges are pending.
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit Golf Tournament will return in 2016 on Friday, May 20th at the Paradise Pointe Golf Complex in Smithville, Missouri.
You can get involved by registering a team, sponsoring a hole, and donating raffle and silent auction items. If you, your family, or organization would like to join us, and help in any way please contact Deputy A.J. Carrel at (816) 266-0155. All proceeds from the tournament are used for the day to day operations of our growing K-9 Unit, including maintenance and medical fees.
To register your team fill out the form below. Thank you for your continued support!
2016 K9 Golf Tourney Team Registration
Click Here to Report Possible Drug Activity
If you suspect possible drug activity in your neighborhood please click the link above, fill it out and return it to us.
Attn: Drug Task Force
Clay County Sheriff’s Office
12 S. Water
Liberty, Missouri 64068
Citizen Academy Application
We’re happy to announce that we’re now accepting applications for the Winter 2016 Sheriff’s Citizen’s Academy that will begin on January 20th!
The Sheriff’s Citizen Academy is designed to give citizen participants of a better understanding of the day-to-day operations of the Clay County Sheriff’s Office. This ten-week course gives citizens an in-depth look into career of law enforcement at the sheriff’s office and will introduce participants to the way the many units of the sheriff’s office work to make Clay County a safe place to live and work. Participants in the Citizen Academy will learn about patrol function, detention, communications, investigations, court security and administrative functions of the sheriff’s office. Instructors include members of the Clay County Sheriff’s Office command staff and field personnel.
The Citizen Academy is a 10-week program, with sessions held on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 p.m. until approximately 9:00 p.m. Each week a new division of the sheriff’s office is introduced and discussed as participants learn about the roles each unit has in the overall function of the sheriff’s office. Participants will have the opportunity to observe communications and detention operations. There will be hand-on activities including a basic self-defense class and introduction to some of the tools that deputies are trained to use.
Participants must be 18 years of age or older, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and must be a resident or business owner in Clay County. Applicants must complete an application and sign a waiver to consent to a criminal history check in order to ensure security.
There is no cost for participants and each participant who successfully completes the academy will take part in graduation.
The Sheriff’s Citizens Academy will begin on January 20, 2016 and is limited to 25 persons. Individuals interested in attending the Sheriff’s Citizens Academy should fill out the application and return it to Sgt. Aimee Agderian who can be reached at 816-407-3798 or email: email@example.com.
Sheriff’s Office Mailing Address:
Attn: Sgt. Agderian
12 S. Water
Liberty, MO 64068
Do you have outdated or confidential records that you’d like to dispose of safely for FREE?
The Sheriff’s Office, in cooperation with the Clay County Commissioners, are hosting “Project Identify Theft” this Saturday, June 27th from 9am to noon in the parking lot at Mill and Missouri Street in Liberty next to the Clay County Courthouse.
A “Shred-It” truck will be on site to dispose of old medical, tax or any record with personal identifying information. We ask that each participant limit themselves to 3 boxes of records (Banker sized boxes). Come take advantage of this event to prevent identity theft!
Our detectives are so awesome they don’t even need shoes to catch crooks!
On the afternoon of Tuesday, May 19th Clay County detectives were canvassing the 8000 block of Windsor Rd. for a man wanted on felony warrants. The suspect was spotted fleeing the area on foot, and while attempting to hide ran into a home where he was confronted by the resident. The suspect then ran from the house and into a culvert where one plain clothed detective ran right out of his shoes to apprehend him.
Detectives arrested 45 year old Johnny A Laxson who was charged by prosecutors with felony 1st degree Burglary. Bond was set at $100,000.00.
Clay County Deputies are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 46 year old Charles Edward Pyles of Kearney, Missouri. Pyles is wanted on a felony Clay County warrant for 2nd Degree Domestic Assault and could be armed. He is described at 6ft tall and 180 lbs. If you’ve seen him you’re asked to contact the Clay County Sheriff’s Office at (816)407-3700 or dial 911.