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MCSO Tip 411

Submit a tip to the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office

To submit an anonymous tip via text message to the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office, text MCSOTIP and your tip to 847411.

Download the MCSOTip App

Click the links below to download the MCSOTip app from your app store. This app allows citizens to submit anonymous tips from their mobile device.

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To submit an anonymous tip to the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office, use the form below. If this is an emergency, please call 911.

Submit anonymous tip to McKenzie County Sheriffs Office

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Road closed from Keene Corner to Highway 1806 East due to an accident. Traffic is being re-routed from Keene Corner to County Road 55 to Highway 1806 East and back to Highway 23. It is unknown how long the road will…

ASKING FOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE*** The McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating this individual. Kyle Hill has been reported missing since 10/12/19. Please contact the McKenzie…

ROAD CONDITIONS*** All major highways in McKenzie County are icy following the snow storm yesterday. Be sure to stay updated using the North Dakota Department of Transportation website, link below. Use extreme…

ROAD CLOSURE*** County Road 15 will be closed between Highway 68 to 20th St NW from 9:00 am CST to 5:00 PM CST for culvert replacement on 10/10/2019. Please use alternative routes during this time frame.

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**Repost from ********** LOOKING FOR INFORMATION********** The North Dakota Highway Patrol is looking for this dark colored dually pickup shown in these pictures. It is believed the driver of…

The McKenzie County Impound Auction is fat approaching. Information for the items up for auction can be seen below. Reminder: you must have a valid drivers license or ID to get into the auction. Auction is CASH…

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It’s the first Wednesday of the month. Reminder that the sirens will be sounding at 1pm.
Photo of the Week: Safety award
On duty officers first heard shots at 1:05 a.m. as they patrolled what is normally a safe and lively part of Dayton just before local bars shut down. Within approximately 20 seconds, six officers were running toward the hail of bullets.



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