Evidence Unit

General Information

The two-person Evidence Unit receives, stores, and maintains all of the evidence taken into custody by the Sheriff's Office. Additionally, this section handles found property, impounded vehicles, and pieces of property held for safekeeping. Arrangements for the return of property are completed by appointment. 

The Evidence Unit destroys a considerable amount of items each year. This is due to many reasons, but in each case the item has been approved for release or destruction by policy or order of the District Attorney.  Some examples of reasons for destruction include: The item was destroyed (typically weapons) as part of a plea agreement; The item contains bodily fluids and potential biohazards rendering them unsafe to retain or release; statute of limitations no longer governs the keeping of evidence; Illegal weapons, drugs and drug paraphernalia.
 

  • Hours of Operation:  Monday thru Friday from 8:00am – 5:00pm.
  • Appointments made by contacting: (719) 390-2481
2018 - Statistical Data
Property Received: 17,051
Property Released: 927
Items Destroyed: 5,118
Property to Auction:  
2017 - Statistical Data
Property Received: 26,264
Property Released: 1,039
Items Destroyed: 4,069
Property to Auction: 217

2016 - Statistical Data

Property Received: 19,765
Property Released: 1,087
Items Destroyed: 10,622
Property to Auction 479

 

2015 - Statistical Data
Property Received: 18,482
Property Released: 1,103
Items Destroyed: 5,821
Items to Auction: 350
2014 - Statistical Data
Property Received: 17,146
Property Released: 875
Items Destroyed: 3,522
Property to Auction: 599