The Property Custody Division of the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office receives and maintains safe storage of all evidence and property turned in by members of the Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office. The Property Custody Division employs two full time employees.
Property and evidence is turned over for a variety of reasons including property used as evidence in a crime, property that is found, and property that is held for safekeeping. Property and evidence can be released by appointment after proper authority is obtained. Evidence can only be released by the authority of the collecting Deputy, District Attorney or Court Order. All evidence, found property or confiscated property will be returned to its rightful owner, destroyed, retained or disposed of at public auction, as permitted by law.
If you would like to initiate a property release contact the Property Custody Division at 405-701-7768.