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You or a representative must be present to bid on the property. The auction is held on the courthouse steps at the date and time listed.
Yes, the law firm representing the mortgage and/or title company will be present and supply the opening bid.
A deposit equal to the purchase price must be deposited into the Sheriff's Office account by 5 pm the day of the sale. If the funds are not deposited, the next highest bidder has the opportunity to purchase the property at their highest bid price. The money is held for a period of three months during which time the lien holder has the opportunity to satisfy the loan. After the initial three-month period, each junior lienholder has a 30-day period to satisfy the loan. The funds will be forwarded to the law firm representing the mortgage company. The funds from the sale will earn interest at 10% and are refunded if the lien is satisfied by one of the primary or junior lien holders.
Yes. It is the buyers' responsibility to find out if there are any filings against the property. The Sheriff's Office is not responsible for disclosing this information.
The standard fee is $50 per service. Credit cards are not accepted. Cash or checks payable to Teton County Sheriff's Office are the only accepted forms of payment.
Yes. Payment must be made prior to the service being attempted. The Sheriff's Office does not invoice for paper service.
Teton County Sheriff's OfficeAttn: Civil ProcessP.O. Box 1885Jackson, WY 83001
Papers can be dropped off Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm, at the Teton County Sheriff's Office, located at 180 S Willow Street in Jackson.
Three attempts will be made on three separate days. If service is not made after three attempts the sheriff's office will make additional attempts with the approval of the person or business requesting service at a rate of $5 per additional attempt.
The summons, order, subpoena, execution, or other court document is processed by the court in which the matter will be heard. There should be a civil action number included on the court document. An original copy and a service copy should be provided along with a return of service. Special instructions should be listed on a cover sheet. Returns are sent directly to the court system. If you would like a copy of the return please provide an addressed envelope. As much information on the person being served as possible should be included with the paperwork. This includes a valid address to locate the subject, place of employment, telephone number, birth date, social security number, or any other identifying information.
The fee is $50 per service even if both individuals are served at the same address providing there are two separate services. If the document is addressed to two parties separated by OR and only needs served to one of the individuals the fee is $50.
The same process and fees apply.
The Sheriff's Office does not handle eviction notices. Forms can picked up from the Sheriff's Office or Circuit Court located at 180 S King Street, Jackson.
No, anyone over the age of 18 and not a party to the suit can serve papers.
307-733-2331 will put you in touch with a public safety / emergency dispatcher who will be able to take your information and have an officer respond.
911 should be dialed in emergency situations only. Examples include; medical emergencies, traffic collisions, Reddi reports (Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately), and other incidents when life or property is threatened. Do not hesitate to dial 911, if the public safety / emergency dispatcher determines your situation is not an emergency you may be asked to call back on the non-emergency line, 307-733-2331.
Stay on the line and advise the public safety / emergency dispatcher that you do not need any assistance. Please do not hang up as this may result in officers responding to the location of the call.
No. Even though service has been disconnected the phone can still dial 911.
You may request a copy of a police report Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, except holidays, by calling the appropriate agency. If your incident was handled by the Sheriff's Office, dial 307-733-4052. If your incident was handled by the police department, dial 307-733-1430.
1-888-996-7623 is the Wyoming Department of Transportation automated telephone line that gives road conditions for all state routes in Wyoming. You may also visit the website Wyoming Travel Information Service for information and to view web cameras along popular routes in the county and state.
Inmates in a Holding status are not privileged to visitation rights. Inmates in Population are able to receive visitation by appointment only. Please contact us at (307)733-2141 to schedule your visitation.
You may call the Cheyenne Wyoming ICE office at 307-772-2040, ext. 111.
Yes, as long as the individual is not in holding.
Come to the Detention Center and post the bail. Cash, cashier's check money order, or secured bond are acceptable forms of payment. You will be required to provide information, including your name, to the detention staff.
Yes, Northwest Bail Bonds and Teton Bail Bond are approved by the county for posting secured bonds. Northwest Bail Bonds can be reached at 307-732-2663. Teton Bail Bonds can be reached at 307-413-6809.
Visit our page for fingerprinting.
Cash, cashier's check, and money orders are accepted at the detention center window twenty-four hours a day. See the Commissary Deposits page.
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An execution is when the Sheriff's Office is ordered by a court to seize money and / or personal property to satisfy a debt.
A writ of execution is the court order directing the Sheriff's Office to levy the named defendant(s) real and personal property.
Typically a garnishment or summons to appear in court will be issued before a writ of execution.
Call the collection agency or creditor in which you are behind on your payments and try to arrange a monthly payment plan or other agreement with them to avoid having your property levied upon.
We have a list of active warrants. This list is updated regularly Monday through Friday. If you think you may have a warrant and do not see your name on this list, you may call the Communications Center at 307.733.2331.
Bring the bond amount posted to the Teton County Detention Center at 175 S Willow Street in Jackson. Acceptable forms of payment are cashier's check or cash. Credit cards and personal checks are not accepted. If no bond is listed you will be booked into the detention center and seen by a judge.
Do Not try to apprehend the individual. If you know the exact whereabouts of the party and feel that the person is a threat to the general public, you may dial 911. If you know where the person lives, works, or can be found call Teton County Communications Center at 307-733-2331. Please be prepared to provide a name and description of the individual to the communication technician or officer. You may also submit a CrimeStoppers tip by calling the CrimeStoppers line at 307-733-5148.
If you submit the tip through CrimeStoppers, you may be eligible to receive a monetary reward, up to $50, for tips leading to the arrest of a warrant subject.
Yes, you may submit a tip without giving your personal information.