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Evidence Division

Lieutenant Chris Vorisek
Evidence Division Commander


The Evidence Unit is comprised of a DNA Screening Lab, Latent Examination Unit, Forensics Unit and the Property & Disposals Unit. Each of these functions is vital to the collection, examination, and storage of evidence that will be used in court to prosecute criminals. The labs and crime scene technicians are well trained and equipped with technical devices that enable the necessary evidence to be collected and processed. For instance; DNA, hair, fiber, blood, fingerprints, videos, and other items are processed with special chemicals, light sources, or visual enhancement devices enabling clear identification of offenders.

New Schedule for Retrieving Property


Beginning Monday, March 19th, 2012, the only days property will be released to the public are Tuesday and Wednesday between the hours of 0830-1630.To schedule an appointment to retrieve property, members of the public need to call 369-6864.  If there is no answer, a recording will pick up and a property technician will call the citizen back to arrange a time for pickup.For Firearms taken as a result of a Baker Act or Civil Injunction use this form.

This procedure will minimize the wait time for the public for releases.


Unclaimed Found/Abandoned Property/Unclaimed Evidence

  • Notice of Public Auction

Unclaimed Found Property, Unclaimed Evidence, Surplus Equipment, Seized Property

Pursuant to State Statutes 274, 705, and 932, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office offers for sale to the general public unclaimed lost/abandoned property, unclaimed evidence, and seized property.

All available property and equipment will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder. Property available at various times includes, but is not limited to the following:

Electronic Equipment
Office Furniture
Sports Equipment
Collectable Currency/Coins
And much more!

All items are sold as-is, with no warranty of any kind. Sales are subject to any and all liens.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office and its agents reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to accept only bids that are deemed to be in the best interest of the county and/or the Sheriff’s Office.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office uses the services of to conduct the on-line auction which is conducted in a continuously ongoing basis as items for sale are provided to them.