Sheriff Ulmer annouces new hires
Sheriff Doug Ulmer would like to welcome the following new staff members to the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office.
Patrick Adler has been hired to fill the Sergeant’s position in the Idaho County Jail. Patrick was born and raised in Grangeville. Patrick started his law enforcement career here at the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office, working for two years, before transferring to the NezPerce County Sheriff’s Office. Patrick is excited to return and bring his experience back to Idaho County.
Sergeant Patrick Adler
Montana Wilkins has been hired to fill an open position in our dispatch center. Montana’s passion for law enforcement began in high school, where she took law enforcement classes and spent three years doing ride-alongs with the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office. When she saw the open position here, she knew it was time to step into her dream career.
Josh Sharette has been hired to fill an open deputy position. Josh serviced his country in the Army for 20 years. Josh is from Idaho and his happy to be back in his home state and excited to start his law enforcement career.
Deputy Josh Sharette
Ben Roll has been hired to fill our evidence technician position. Ben was born and raised in Idaho County. Ben’s interest in law enforcement began when he would do ride-alongs with his father, who worked for Fish and Game. Ben spent 4 ½ years as a wildland firefighter and is excited to start a new career.
Evidence Tech Ben Roll
Heather Lerandeau has been hired to fill an open deputy position. Heather grew up in Idaho County and is happy to be back in the area. Heather began her career in law enforcement working as a correctional officer with the Idaho Department of Corrections and she’s excited to serve the citizens of Idaho County.
Deputy Heather Lerandeau