Welcome to the website of the Racine County Sheriff's Office.
We hope you will find the information you are looking for within these pages. Our agency remains dedicated to providing the core services that help maintain public safety, peace, and order in Racine County. We remain committed to utilizing our resources in the most efficient and responsible manner possible. Our citizens expect these things, and deserve them. It is our great privilege to deliver these services to them.
- Mar 27
RACINE - On March 24th, at approximately 6:25am, agents from the Racine County Metro Drug Unit, the Racine County Sheriff’s Office S.W.A.T and a RASO K-9 officer executed a search warrant in the 1800 block of Clayton Ave in the city of Racine. Information had been developed that the suspect at this residence, was involved in the sale of cocaine. The suspect, Jarvis Booker, was recently released from prison for delivery of cocaine charges and is currently on probation for the same. Located during the search of the residence was 117.9 grams of crack cocaine, various pills, ecstasy, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, a loaded handgun, ammunition, quest card, cell phones, and US currency. There were three young children found to be living in the residence as well, therefore the Racine County Human Services Department(HSD) was contacted and responded to the residence under the drug endangered children protocol. Arrested were: Jarvis D Booker 08-13-1980 Booker was transported to the Racine County Jail for the following charges: • Possession of cocaine with intent to deliver • Repeat drug offender • Keeper of a drug place • Possession of a firearm by felon • Possession of drug paraphernalia • 2ND degree reckless endangering safety (ref kids in the residence) • On State Probation Sheriff Christopher Schmaling Racine Co. Sheriff’s Office
- Mar 14
You can also contact Crime Stoppers of Racine at (262) 636-9330 and provide information anonymously.
- Mar 25
RACINE - On March 13th, 2017 at approximately 9:30 a.m., agents from the Racine County Sheriff’s Office Metro Drug Unit and City of Racine Special Investigative Unit served a search warrant in the 3000 block of 9th Ave, City of Racine, Wisconsin. Located during the search was: - 30 individually packaged bags of heroin totaling 15.5g, - 6 individually packaged bags of crack cocaine totaling 1.1g, - marijuana, digital scale, drug packaging materials, - approximately $4000.00 in US Currency. The search warrant was a result of controlled purchases of heroin and crack cocaine from the suspect. The estimated street value of the drug seized is $2500.00. Numerous felony drug charges are pending against the following person: • Devontia M Cruse, age 24 of Racine, WI.
- Mar 15
MEDIA RELEASE March 13, 2017 Starting on Tuesday March 14th, the Dr. OZ show is promoting the Oxygen Channel series, “Three Days To Live.” Currently airing on the series is the 2004 story of Racine County resident Teri Jendusa-Nicolai’s battle with domestic violence and her amazing story of survival after being left for dead. The Oxygen Channel series includes Teri’s story of domestic violence and ultimately being rescued from a storage locker by the Racine County Sheriff’s Office Investigators. The Teri Jendusa-Nicolai story will be repeated at various dates and times over the next few weeks. Sheriff Schmaling and Teri Jendusa-Nicolai were invited to appear on the Dr. Oz show to speak about Teri’s story and promote the episode “Three Days To Live.” Teri said, “It was a wonderful experience and opportunity to be a guest on the Dr. Oz show in an effort to eradicate domestic violence from our society. This work is extremely important to me, and my hope is to get information out there so anyone suffering from domestic violence gets the inspiration and help they need to survive and live a better life.” Sheriff Schmaling stated, “I am deeply honored and humbled to represent the over 100 dedicated law enforcement professionals between multiple counties and two states that aided in Teri’s survival.” Attached is a photo taken from the Dr. Oz show: (starting from the left is Dr. Oz, Teri Jendusa-Nicolai, Suchin Pak- narrator of the series and Sheriff Schmaling)