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Pacific County Information

The population of the county was 20,920 based on the records shown by the census in 2010 and the county seat is South Blend. The county was formed from the Oregon Territory Government in 1852 and the total area is 1,223 square miles. The county office have departments that care for its citizens. These departments are probation, Sheriff’s office, attorney, auditor, and emergency management.

Sheriff’s office

The name of the Sheriff is Scott Johnson and the divisions in the Sheriff’s office are corrections, PACCOM and PCEMA.

The office of the Sheriff uses reserved deputy program to give assistance to the office in delivering great public service. The Sheriff’s office gets an inter-agency cooperation that it receives from agencies under law enforcement that are operational within the county. There are mutual aid agreements that exist in the Raymond Police Department, Long Beach Police Department, South Bend Police Department, and Shoalwater Bay Tribal Dance.  

County courthouse

The Superior Court judge is Michael J. Sullivan and the court administrator is Angela Gilbert. The office address is 300 Memorial Avenue P.O. Box 67 South Bend, WA 98586

The phone number is

You can pay in the form of cash, law firm check, cashier’s check, money order or personal check. Every fee should be paid in advance except if it is made by the state and county. Refunds are not honored. Judicial surcharge due is $40.

County jail

300 Memorial Drive South Bend, WA 98586

Phone number is


Tuesday: 2 pm to 4 pm and 7:30 pm to 9 pm

Wednesday: 2 pm to 4 pm

Thursday: 2 pm to 4 pm and 7:30 pm to 9 pm

Friday: 2 pm to 4 pm

There is no visitation during Mondays, Saturdays, and Sundays

There is no visitation during designated holidays.

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Contact the Pacific County Public Defender
Public defender’s provide: counsel upon arrest, representation during criminal investigative proceedings, interviewing witnesses, arrange bail, conduct pretrial discovery, withdraw pleas, suppression of evidence motions, jury selection, opening statements, legal research, and more
Name: Pacific County Public Defender
Address: 300 Memorial Drive, South Bend, Washington, 98586
Hours: N/A
Pacific City Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 38
Avg Daily Population 34
Name of new facility not applicable
Full time payroll 16
Full time total employees 16
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Other operating expenditures not applicable
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Year of original construction not applicable
Year of major renovation 1988
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Address: P.O. BOX 27 SOUTH BEND WA 98586

The Pacific County Sheriff's Office proudly serves all unincorporated outlying areas of Pacific County. The area served is geographically unique including many square miles of forested timberland as well as countless tributaries, waterways and ports. This creates a unique challenge for providing law enforcement services to all areas we encompass.
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3 weeks ago
The Pacific County Sheriff's Office would like to wish all the ghosts and goblins a Happy and Safe Halloween! Below are some safety tips to remember!
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On the evening of October 25th, 2017 Deputy Randy Wiegardt was recognized for the above mentioned award in front of a crowd including his family and co-workers. Below is a memorandum prepared by Sheriff Scott Johnson outlining why Deputy Wiegardt was nominated. Thank you Randy for a job well done!...........

I am pleased to nominate Deputy Randy Wiegardt as the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office representative for the American Legion Post 48 Derald Robertson “Employee” of the Year Award. This award is the perfect commemoration of all the effort he has put forth during his normal patrol duties as well as his additional duties as the Sheriff’s Office K-9 apprehension handler. Just recently, Deputy Wiegardt was chosen and trained to become a Field Training Officer (FTO). The position of “FTO” is a very highly regarded and important duty within our office. The FTO is responsible for training and evaluating newly hired deputies for an extended period of time to ensure that they succeed in every aspect of their training in order to provide the best possible service to our citizens.

Deputy Wiegardt demonstrates a high level of professionalism and integrity and is willing to make the hard day to day decisions that many deputies would not envy. Deputy Wiegardt’s positive presence is not only recognized within this office but also within other offices throughout the county and other law enforcement agencies that he deals with on a day to day basis.

Deputy Wiegardt has demonstrated that he is self-initiated, goal oriented, and hard working. He arrives to work on time and ready for duty. Deputy Wiegardt consistently displays an excellent attitude and will do whatever task is needed with no questions asked. He has an exceptional understanding of his job and is a team player. His willingness to help his fellow deputies goes above and beyond the ordinary. Deputy Wiegardt is considered a very valuable member of the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. My command staff and I truly believe that Deputy Wiegardt has a bright future ahead of him. This award is an excellent way to show appreciation for a job well done.


Scott L. Johnson, Sheriff
Pacific County Sheriff’s Office

Below Left (L to R Undersheriff Ron Clark, Deputy Wiegardt and Sheriff Scott Johnson).

Also pictured is Deputy Randy Wiegardt and his K-9 partner Ciko.
3 weeks ago

For those of you that are not aware, a family in the South Bend area have a young boy who has been diagnosed with a rare condition called infantile myofibromatosis. Our Support Services team proudly show off the shirts that they purchased as part of a fundraising effort for the family. The little boy's name is Boone.

When Boone was two months old, he had what appeared to be a semi-swollen right wrist. X-rays showed that his wrist was swollen because of an unexplainable, yet significant fracture. Not knowing what had caused the break, extensive testing had to be done. A full skeletal x-ray showed that Boone has multi-focal lytic lesions on his bones, which had weakened his radius to the point where it broke. Once these lesions were discovered, it took over a month and a half to figure out what is causing these lesions to grow.

The end of June, entire month of July, and beginning of August 2017 consisted of multiple trips to Mary Bridge and Seattle Children's, where Boone underwent a PET scan, CT scan, ultrasound, MRI, nuclear bone scan, two bone biopsies and a bone marrow biopsy. He also had to have a PICC placed to make all of these tests a little more bearable. The final diagnosis is that Boone has a rare condition called infantile myofibromatosis, basically, benign tumors are growing on his bones, making them weak. It is estimated that only 1 in 150,000-450,000 babies are born with this disorder, however it's often misdiagnosed, or some children may not even know that they have it!

Boone is now only four months old, and currently has a port in his chest for weekly chemotherapy treatments at Mary Bridge in Tacoma to attack these tumors.

This campaign has been set up to raise awareness of this rare disorder, and to show Boone that he has a whole squad of supporters cheering him on in his fight against this disease! One day, when Boone is older, we will be so excited to let him know that he had an entire legion supporting him!

Pictured below at the top from left to right (Hollie Billeci/Civil Clerk and Marcelina Medina/Evidence Clerk)

Pictured below at the bottom from left to right (Eva Kanick/Civil Clerk, Shanna Coty/Administrative Assistant, and Chief Civil Deputy Denise Rowlett)
1 month ago
Last night, Sheriff Scott Johnson spoke with the Neighborhood Block Watch group in the Tokeland/North Cove/Grayland area regarding several key issues. The attendance for the meeting was excellent. This Block Watch group has been a very important piece to assisting the Sheriff's Office with detering crime in these outlining areas. Also on hand to speak with the group was County Commissioner Lisa Olson. Below pictured in the back standing is Sheriff Johnson addressing the crowd and Commissioner Olson standing in the forefront.
1 month ago
The Pacific County Sheriff’s Office has recently received four separate reported mail thefts from mail boxes in the South Fork/Menlo area. Items taken range from stolen mail to checks and or small packages. Each case continues to be investigated. On October 12th, a deputy responded to a report of found property in the Bruceport area outside of South Bend. The found property consisted of stolen mail from mail boxes in the greater South Fork/Menlo area. From this discovery we expect to hear from more victims as they are notified that their mail has been discovered. Please take a moment to consider some ways listed below on how to safeguard yourself from becoming a victim. Another pressing issue that arises from mail thefts is identity theft. If you see anything suspicious such as vehicles or people in your neighborhoods or traveling on our rural roads please report it to the Sheriff’s Office.

How do I prevent mail theft, or the damage it can cause financially?
• Do not leave outgoing mail in your unlocked mailbox
• Do deposit mail at your local post office, especially if you are sending checks or documents with sensitive personal information
• Make sure your mailbox is in good condition. Mailboxes in poor condition often expose mail to theft and bad weather
• Promptly pick up your incoming mail once it is delivered to your mailbox
• Purchase a locked mailbox or convert your unlocked box to the lockable type
• Arrange for your mail to be delivered to a Post Office Box (P. O. Box) for a small fee
• Consider having regular income checks deposited electronically right into your bank account via direct deposit. It’s easy, and in most cases, it’s free. Contact your bank for details
• In case your mail is stolen, to avoid fraudulent use of your checking account, use the following tips for writing checks:
o Write out in full the “payee” and “memo” portions. Fill up the entire lines with letters or squiggly lines
o Use thick, dark ink; red ink is best (not felt pen) to write you checks. Roller-ball pens are best
o Purchase checks through institutions that use tamper-resistant paper and ink
o Never send cash or coins through the mail. Always send a check or money order, and don’t forget to drop it off for delivery at the post office
• Promptly report non-receipt of credit cards, checks, and other valuable mail to the senders
• Immediately notify the post office and mailers if you change your address. If you are going on vacation, notify the post office, or have a trusted friend or neighbor pick up your mail promptly after delivery
• Be observant of activities on your street, including those near your letter carrier, his or her postal vehicle, residential mailboxes, and collection boxes
• Immediately report any suspicious persons or activity

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