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    Lemhi County Jail Idaho

    Address: 206 Courthouse Drive, Salmon, ID 83467
    Phone: (208) 742-1680

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In Custody Lemhi County Idaho

The Lemhi County Sheriff's Office is situated in Salmon, the county seat. Driver's licenses and permission to carry concealed firearms are issued by the sheriff's office. The Sheriff's Office handles all civil process serving, operates a jail, and assists the Salmon Police Department with dispatching. Additionally, the Salmon Valley Fire Department, Salmon EMTs, Leadore EMTs, Elk Bend EMTs, and numerous QRUs receive dispatching services. The Lemhi County Sheriff's Office has about 13 patrolmen that work both full- and part-time shifts. The Sheriff's Office covers a territory of about 2,000 kilometers. Leadore, Gibbonsville, Gilmore, Elk Bend, Baker, North Fork, and Shoup are among the communities in question.

Lemhi County

Idaho's Lemhi County is a county in that state. 7,936 people were counted in the population in 2010. In 1869, the county was established. Salmon is both the county seat and the major city. Fort Lemhi (also known as Limhi), a remote Mormon missionary station in Bannock and Shoshone territory from 1855 to 1858, is the source of the county's name.

Lemhi County is named after Fort Lemhi, a local mission and fort operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. King Lemhi, a character from the Book of Mormon, is the inspiration for the name.

Founded on January 9th, 1869, with Salmon serving as the county seat. The Salmon River LDS Mission has the name Fort Lemhi, which was given to King Lemhi in the Book of Mormon. The first white men to arrive in this region were Lewis and Clark.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Ravalli County, Mont., East: Beaverhead County, Mont., Southeast:, Clark County; Butte County, Southwest: Custer County, West: Valley County, Northwest: Idaho County.

Cities of Lemhi

There are 24 Towns and Cities located in Lemhi County, Idaho, United States: Baker, Blackbird, Carmen, Cobalt, Elk Bend, Forney, Gibbonsville, Gilmore, Hahn, Junction, Leadore, Leadville, Leesburg, Lemhi, May, Nicholia, North Fork, Patterson, Salmon, Shoup, Tendoy, Ulysses, Williams Lake Resort, Yellowjacket.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 4,569 square miles, of which 4,563 square miles is land and 5.4 square miles (0.1%) is water. In close proximity to Idaho's geographic center lies Lemhi county. According to area, the county is Idaho's fourth-largest county. Bell Mountain, which rises 11,612 feet above sea level, and the Salmon River, which empties into Idaho County on the county's western boundary, respectively, represent the region's highest and lowest points. Before turning west, the river runs through the heart of Lemhi County. The continental divide forms the county's eastern border with Montana's Beaverhead County.