Evidence & Property

The Fayette County Sheriff's Crime Scene Unit documents and assumes custody of property and evidence collected during an investigation. Once the evidence has been collected, it is stored in the evidence room and can only be accessed by an evidence custodian. Always maintaining a chain of custody, evidence and property are securely kept until trial. After a case has been adjudicated, evidence and property may be returned to its owner.

More Information

If you have questions concerning the release or retrieval of property or evidence please contact the Fayette County Sheriff's Office Crime Scene Unit.

If you are requesting release of property or evidence please submit your request.