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Rio Blanco County Sheriff's Office Patrol

Rio Blanco County is in the northwest corner of the State of Colorado encompassing approximately 3,263 square miles or 22.2 million acres. Of the 22.2 million acres, 72% is federally owned, 20% is privately owned and the other 8% is either state or locally owned. The Rio Blanco County Sheriff's Office serves a population of approximately 6,276 with 2,402 residents living in the Meeker area that is located on the eastern end of Rio Blanco, and 2,278 residents living in the Rangely area located in the western end of the county. Rangely is the home of Colorado Northwestern Community College.

Patrol Lieutenant
Glenn Wilson
(970) 878-9630

Patrol Sergeant (Rangely Division)
Jarrod Lang

Rangely Division Deputies
Deputy Davon Smith
Deputy Jeremy Muxlow
Deputy Jackilyne Green

Patrol Sergeant (Meeker Division)
Travis Mobley

Meeker Division Deputies
Senior Deputy Corey Dilka
Deputy Michael Reist
Deputy John Scott