Solano County

Solano County
Solano County is listed in the Police & Law Enforcement category in Fairfield, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Solano County which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Solano County on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Solano County is:
2510 Clay Bank Rd
Fairfield, CA 94533
(707) 784-1356

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Solano County has an overall ZapScore of 61. This means that Solano County has a higher ZapScore than 61% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Fairfield, California is 40 and in the Police & Law Enforcement category is 26. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Solano County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.
*Solano County Sheriff's Office Press Release*

Solano County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos.
Yesterday was a very busy afternoon at the Sheriff's Office, during this time Senior Animal Control Officer, Dae Kim responded to the area of Putah Creek & Holmes Lane, for the report of a baby female deer that had fallen into an irrigation canal, was unable to get out and drowning. Officer Kim found the baby deer struggling, swimming up and down inside the canal. When he approached, she swam away from him and crossed to the other side of the bank twice. Officer Kim was alone, but after an hour of back and forths, and after numerous patient attempts; he finally got the doe to trust him. The doe must have finally realized Officer Kim was great at his job, not going anywhere and there to help! Officer Kim finally got the deer up out of the canal. Together, alone and exhausted they sat on the bank of the canal and even had time to take a selfie!

This is 83-year-old Gerald, who was out for a nice Thursday night drive, when he became lost around 9:30 pm. Gerald found himself lost in the twisty county backroads of Fairfield, before stopping at Michael's house to ask for directions. Michael's family did the right thing and called us at the Sheriff's Office for help. When deputies arrived and spoke with Gerald, they learned he did not have a cell phone and could not provide any phone numbers for family members who could help him out of his predicament. Michael graciously stepped up to the plate and offered to drive Gerald and his vehicle back to his home in the city of Fairfield. Deputies were happy to follow the pair back to Gerald's home and in turn provided Michael with a ride back home. We salute Michael for his selfless actions, which helped this Navy veteran get back to his home. #everydayheroes #michaelisawesome

***Update*** The victim is currently being treated at a local hospital. The suspect, 44 year-old Brandon Foster, has been arrested and booked in the county jail on attempted murder, mayhem, and felony elder abuse. At this time, it appears this was a random act of violence. This investigation is still ongoing and active. For witness information regarding this incident please forward your questions to Solano County Sheriff Investigations at (707) 421-7090, all media inquiries can be made through Solano County Public Information Officer, Deputy Cully Pratt at **Original Post** Please avoid the area of Abernathy and Rockville Road, Fairfield due to an ongoing assault investigation. Detectives and fire personnel are currently on scene. Update(s) to follow.

Heads up security guard, leads deputies to an arrest! Early yesterday morning, Deputies were dispatched to “Pick and Pull” Auto-dismantler in Fairfield, reference a prowler observed lurking around the closed wrecking yard on the businesses security camera. The security guard provided our deputies with the combination to the lock on the front gate so they could safely access the yard. Once inside, security directed the deputies to the area they last saw the man walking around. Within minutes, deputies located 42-year-old Bobby Tavenner of Fairfield hiding inside one of the junked vehicles. Ultimately, Tavenner was placed under arrest for entering the business after hours and for being in violation of terms of his probation. He was taken into custody without incident. We at the Sheriff’s Office would like to personally thank the heads up security guard, who will remain anonymous, for a job well done. Because of his attention to detail, there was no loss and everyone involved was able to go home safe at the end of the day!