Jon Sappington is a Claremore native and graduate of Claremore High School and holds an Associate of Arts Degree from Rogers State University.
Jon Sappington currently serves as Undersheriff for the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office.
Undersheriff Sappington began his law enforcement career here at Rogers County in 2005 as a Detention Officer. Undersheriff Sappington has held many positions including Shift Sergeant, Court Guard and Jail Administrator.
In 2012, he was promoted to Undersheriff and since has been instrumental in the implementation of a new records management system, new county wide 800 radio system, the jail body camera program and the development of the Sheriff’s Office Grant Program which currently earns the Sheriff’s Office an average of $200,000.00 per year in state and federal grants.
Undersheriff Sappington is a sitting board member of Leadership Rogers County. He serves as a Deacon at his church and along side his wife runs the church kids ministry.
When not at work, Undersheriff Sappington enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons. They can be found fishing at the lake and enjoying the movies.
Major Coy Jenkins has served with the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office since June 2013.
He has more than 43 years of combined law enforcement experience, having previously began his professional career as a Tulsa Police Officer, and later serving in several training capacities within municipal, county, and State law enforcement agencies.
Prior to being employed by Rogers County Sheriff’s Office, he served 15 years as a Tulsa County Sheriff’s Deputy, assigned to the SWAT Team. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in political science from the University of Oklahoma, with a minor in police administration.
Major Jenkins currently commands the Rogers County Sheriff’s Support Services Division, and is responsible for Courthouse Security Operations, Reserve Deputy Programs, Community Oriented Policing Projects, and also manages and directs the agency’s Mounted Patrol and Search and Rescue Teams.
He is an alumni of Leadership Rogers County, serves on the Rogers County Youth Services Board and participates as an adult volunteer for Boy Scouting. Major Jenkins is also active in Oklahoma’s Criminal Justice and Mercy Ministries, where he provides assistance as a mentor to challenged youth.
He is a member of the National Association for Search and Rescue and the National Volunteer Law Enforcement Officer’s Alliance.
Among other accomplishments, Major Jenkins is a recipient of the department’s Unit Citation and Sheriff’s Commendation Awards.
Virgil Carter is the Administrative Captain for the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office.
Captain Carter began his law enforcement career in the Rogers County Jail in April of 2009 as a detention officer, by September of 2009, Carter was promoted to night shift supervisor.
In 2011, Captain Carter was transferred to the patrol division of the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office and attended and graduated from the state of Oklahoma’s CLEET Academy.
In 2013 Captain Carter was made part of the Alternative Court team and enjoyed the work and valuable experience this assignment gave him. In 2014 Captain Carter attended Oklahoma’s Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training Criminal Investigation Academy, completing 120 hours of training. In October of 2015, Captain Carter completed Desert Snow (interdiction) training and November of 2015 completed Basic Swat Training through the Cherokee Marshall Service.
On November 30, 2016, Captain Carter was promoted to administrative captain after serving as one of the Rogers County Thug Task Force members for approximately 4 years. Since that promotion, he has completed many assignments at the direction of the Sheriff and Undersheriff.
Captain Carter has had the opportunity to attend and complete several certification and training courses from CLEET, AONE, TPD, Desert Snow and NCEA including;
- Identification of Stolen Vehicles and Hidden VIN Numbers
- Identification of stolen property
- Avenues Narcotics are moved by Drug Dealers
- Specialized training and experience dealing with drug addicts and alcoholics
- Specialized training and experience dealing with synthetic controlled substances and the manufacturing of marijuana, methamphetamine, heroin, and other dangerous drugs.
David Hayes is the Patrol Captain for the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office.
Captain Hayes began his law enforcement career in 1980 and graduated from the Oklahoma CLEET Academy in 1981 from Rogers State University.
For his first 19 years working in law enforcement, Captain Hayes held positions with the Craig and Mayes County Sheriff’s Offices.
In 2001, Captain Hayes was asked to come and join the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office by the late Captain Bill James. Captain Hayes began with our agency as a patrol deputy and over his 19 year career at our agency has risen through the ranks to his now position of Patrol Captain.
Captain Hayes says he has enjoyed every minute of his career here at Rogers County and enjoys seeing young officers enter our ranks and find success and will continue to encourage anyone with an interest in law enforcement to apply with our office, in Captain Hayes words, “In my opinion, there is no better law enforcement agency in the country, than the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office.”
Kellie Guess is assigned to the Rogers County Sheriff’s office Detention Division and holds the rank of Captain. Captain Guess started her law enforcement career with the Mayes County Sheriff’s office on January 7th 2007, as a dispatcher. She transferred to the Rogers County Sheriffs, Communications Division in July of 2009. In October of 2009 Captain Guess Moved to the Detention Division working night shift. In 2012, Captain Guess was promoted to dayshift sergeant in the detention center and supervised day to day operations and officers. In April of 2018, Captain Guess was promoted to Jail Administrator and earned her current rank of Captain.
Captain Guess has received Distinguished Service award for her Service with the Rogers County Sheriff’s office. She has attended the Leadership of Rogers County, She is part of the Rogers County Resource Alignment Task Force and NE Oklahoma Resilient Team.
Captain Guess is a full time Peace office with the state of Oklahoma, and has received over 60 hours mental health. She is a Basic CLEET Instructor and has acquired over 1000 hours of training.
When Captain Guess is not working you will find her spending time with her husband of 15 years and her 3 children that still live at home or her two adult children and 4 month old grandson. Captain Guess enjoys Camping and rock crawling with her family on the weekends.
Ron Walker is the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division Lieutenant. He started his law enforcement career with the Oneida (New York) County Sheriff’s Office on Dec. 4, 1992, as a Detention Deputy. He moved to Oklahoma in the fall of 1997 and joined the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, initially in the jail but worked his way up through the ranks and into the Patrol Division. He was assigned to the Central Oklahoma Metro Interdiction Team (C.O.M.I.T.) – a world-renowned criminal interdiction unit – for 7 ½ years where he found his true passion: interdicting major criminals involved in major crimes.
Lt. Walker retired as a Patrol Sergeant from the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office on Dec. 1, 2014. After his family relocated to the Tulsa, Oklahoma, area, he joined the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office on Feb. 1, 2015. In his current role, he is responsible for oversight of the patrol division. When he is not engaged in normal Patrol functions, he continues his pursuit of the criminal element traveling to and passing through Rogers County.
Lt. Walker has attended specialized Criminal Interdiction training in New York, New Jersey, Missouri, Louisiana, Colorado, Nevada, Arizona and Indiana. He has also trained with the United States Customs and Border Patrol in El Paso, Texas.
Lt. Walker has received numerous awards throughout his career from the State of Oklahoma, the United States Drug Enforcement Association, the Oklahoma Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office and civic groups. In 2018 he was honored to be the thirtieth officer nationwide to have been awarded the prestigious “Royal Knight” Award – in existence for 31 years, and open to state, local, and federal Law Enforcement Officers nationwide.
When he is not training or working, you will find Lt. Walker spending time with his wife of 22 years, or fishing with his 16-year-old son.
Some of his career totals are listed below:
- $ 5,420,000.00 in US Currency seized
- Over 700 pounds of Marijuana
- Over 30 pounds of Cocaine
- Over 27 pounds of Heroine
- Over 12 pounds of Crystal Methamphetamine
- Almost 5 pounds of Fentanyl
- Over 3,000 Ecstasy Tablets
- One confirmed Terrorist
Kyle Baker has served the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office since June of 2007.
Lt. Baker holds an associate degree in Criminal Justice and received his CLEET certification from the COPS program at Rogers State University. Lt. Baker also holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice graduating Cum Laude from Central Christian College of Kansas.
Lt. Baker has held many positions during his career at the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office including shift supervisor in the jail, Patrol Sergeant, and his current position as a Lieutenant over the Criminal Investigations Unit.
Lt. Baker currently supervises the Criminal Investigation Unit and is responsible for all Criminal Investigations within Rogers County including but not limited to Murder, Rape, Violent Crimes Against Children, Robbery, Burglaries, and Theft.
Lt. Baker is an active sitting board member of the William W. Barnes Children’s Advocacy Center, advocating for children who are physically and sexually abused.
Rogers County Criminal Investigator, Lt. Daniel L Welch graduated from Claremore High School in 2003. Shortly after graduation, Daniel enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where he earned several awards for distinguished service and is an Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran. After being honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps, Daniel began his law enforcement career with the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office in 2007 as a Detention Officer where he would advance to the rank of Sergeant in the Detention Division. Daniel joined the uniformed Patrol Division in 2011 where he advanced to the rank of Corporal and performed Field Training Officer duties.
In 2015 he was selected to join the Criminal Investigations Division and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. In 2016 Daniel was selected to assume the administrative training officer duties for the office and was instrumental in designing and developing the first Detention Officer Training Academy for the Rogers County Detention Division. Daniel is also an Investigator for the 12th Judicial District, District Attorney’s Task Force. In 2018 he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.
During his career in law enforcement Daniel has become a certified and or accredited instructor in the following disciplines: Basic Instructor, Field Training Officer, Taser Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, PepperBall Instructor, O.C. Spray Instructor, Use of Force Instructor, Use of Force Report Writing for Detention Instructor, Ethics in Law Enforcement Instructor, Jail Standards Instructor, Restraint Systems Instructor, Deliberate Indifference Liability Instructor, Sex and Violent Offender Registry Instructor.
His education, law enforcement awards and achievements include: Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from American Public University, C.L.E.E.T Advanced Peace Officer Certification, RCSO 2014 Deputy of the Year, 2015 Volunteers for Youth Certificate of Appreciation, 2015 Smoke & Guns II Winner (Amateur Mixed Martial Arts), RCSO 2016 Public Service Award, RCSO 2017 Unit Citation Award, RCSO 2017 Distinguished Service Award, Class of 2018 Rogers County 40 Under Forty, RCSO 2019 Unit Citation Award.
Daniel currently serves as a Criminal Investigator, Administrative Training Coordinator, Field Training Coordinator, and the Sex & Violent Offender Compliance Officer for the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office. He is also the Secretary/Treasurer for the RCSO FOP Lodge 223. Daniel currently attends graduate school at Ohio Christian University and is a member of the class 2020 Master of Arts in Leadership (Business Management Concentration). Daniel and his fiancé Kelsey have two children, Enzo and Teagan. Their family are members of the Oologah United Methodist Church.
Daniel enjoys spending time with his family, reading, writing, hiking, fishing, and watching professional football
Brandon Masingale is graduate of Rogers State University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Brandon Masingale is the Assistant Jail Administrator for the Amos G Ward Detention Facility and holds the rank of Lieutenant.
Lt. Masingale began his career in law enforcement with the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office in December of 2011 as a detention officer. During Lt. Masingale’s first three years in detention, he gained valuable experience and quickly was promoted to shift supervisor. After holding his position as a shift supervisor,
Lt. Masingale was accepted into the Court Guard Division of the detention center and attended and graduated from the Oklahoma CLEET Academy. While in the Court Guard Division Lt. Masingale escorted inmates to and from court as well as handled all sentencing and release paperwork for inmates as well as inmate disciplinary hearings.
Lt. Masingale was promoted to Sergeant in mid-2017 and was charged with the supervision of the Court Guard Division, Lt. Masingale implemented many small but effective changes to the division that have made it the consistent and efficient office it is today. In mid-2018, Lt. Masingale was promoted to Assistant Jail Administrator and earned his present rank of Lieutenant.
Lt. Masingale currently supervises the Court Guard Division, Classification Division, and the day to day operations in the detention center as well as assist in officer training and continuing education. Lt. Masingale is a certified Pepperball instructor.