Gila County Sheriff’s found property items


Owners of “Found”, “Lost”, or “Safekeeping” property should, if relevant, call the Gila County Sheriff’s Office Property and Evidence Department at 928-402-8579 to schedule an appointment to pick up their property.

Proof of Ownership Required. For found property, bicycles, and stolen recovered property, there are five ways proof of ownership can be established. Claimant can verify serial number of the item, have a dated receipt of purchase of the item, have submitted a prior stolen/lost property report with a police agency for the item, have a prior photograph with themselves and the item in it, or be able to articulate specific characteristics of the item. You must present a valid driver’ s license or state issued ID card when picking up the property.

January 2020

Firearm found in the area of Double D Bar (Payson)

February 2020

Safe found in the area of F.S Road 225 (Globe)

March 2020

Driver’s license belonging to Joshua Pino found in the area Hwy 188 (Roosevelt)

April 2020

Bike found in the area of F.S Road 199 (Payson)

Cellphone found in the area of Kohl’s Ranch (Payson)

Security access card found in the area of Tyler Park Way (Payson)

Firearm found in the area of Hwy 87 (Payson)

Firearm found in the area of Roosevelt Resort (Roosevelt)

May 2020

Bike found in the area of Pine. (Pine)

Backpack and BB gun belonging to Jonathan Fletcher found in the area of Hwy 260 (Star Valley)

Wallet belonging to Eric Beckner was turned into the Sheriff’s Office in Payson. (Payson)

Wallet belonging to Warren Norcross IV found in the area of New Street (Claypool)

Wallet belonging to Thomas Bowden JR found in the area of Star Valley (Star Valley)

July 2020

Cellphone found in the area of Tonto Basin (Tonto Basin)

Wallet belonging to Waylon Quotskayva was turned into the Sheriff’s Office in Payson (Payson)

August 2020

Backpack found in the area of Old County Rd (Pine)

Firearm found in the area of Bear Flat Rd (Payson)

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