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Patrol Sergeant

Local Address: Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
San Juan County Sheriff's Office

Employment History

  • Detective
    San Juan County Sheriff's Office
  • Supervisor
    Northwest Drug Task Force
  • Detective

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    Northwest Drug Task Force
54 Total References
Web References
The Daily Internet: The Daily Inter Lake Newspaper, Kalispell, Montana [cached]
Kevin Burns, director of the Northwest Drug Task Force, said the investigation was conducted by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Whitefish Pilot, 3 Feb 2003 [cached]
According to Kevin Burns, Northwest Drug Task Force supervisor, 95 percent of cases involve meth."It's more prevalent and they get more of a high, a longer high," he said.When a drug user runs out of money and they crave a hit, society is often the target.Dial directly links drug use to many other crimes in the Whitefish area, specifically burglaries and thefts.Domestic assaults are also related to drug use."Statistics show thefts and burglaries are higher.It starts with stealing CDs or a pair of Serengeti sunglasses that are worth something and then they sell them," Dial said."The DOJ, the FBI and the DEA also have information that suggests that the sale of drugs supports terrorists."
Burns said a national program, the Byrne grant, almost entirely funds the task force.The grant works in conjunction with another grant, a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area grant, to fight drug abuse in Flathead County. "Our involvement is with Whitefish and the Flathead County Sheriff's Office.The county pays for supplies, phone, a pager, office space and a car plus $9,600 a year.There are currently 11 officers on the Drug Task Force," he said.The task force proved their commitment to combat substance abuse in the county Tuesday morning when they arrested two Kalispell people, a 44 year-old woman and a 24-year-old man, in a Shady Lane residence on meth-related charges, including operation of an unlawful clandestine lab, possession of dangerous drugs and endangering a child.A 4-year-old boy was at the home at the time of the arrest and was turned over to his mother, who was at work.
Media outlets report that 27-year-old ..., 5 Jan 2014 [cached]
Media outlets report that 27-year-old Kevin W.T. Burns of Chesterfield County is charged with grand larceny.
Police say the fire truck was stolen from a fenced county maintenance lot in July. Burns is accused of taking the truck on a joyride and then wrecking it.
Police found the truck in a ditch.
Chesterfield Fire and EMS Lt. Jason Elmore says Burns was terminated in August due to an unrelated personnel issue.
Burns had joined the department as a volunteer in December 2011.
Sheriff Proud to Announce Nine Promotions | SJCSO Aztec New Mexico, 26 May 2011 [cached]
Sergeants Shane Ferrari, Cory Tanner and Daniel Webb were all promoted to Lieutenant, Deputies Kyle Lincoln, Scott Facka and Danny Clugston were promoted to Sergeant while Deputies Candice Montoya, Kevin Burns and Garrett Morris were promoted to the rank of Detective.
Detective Kevin Burns started his career with the San Juan County Sheriff's Office in 2007. He spent three years as a Patrol Deputy. He most recent had been working as a member of the Special Enforcement Team.
The Independent Online - News, 2 Sept 2005 [cached]
According to Flathead County Sheriff's Detective Kevin Burns, director of the Kalispell-based Northwest Drug Task Force, there has been a steady increase in prescription drug-related crimes over the last 10 years in his jurisdiction, which encompasses Flathead, Lake and Lincoln counties, and the Salish-Kootenai reservation.To combat crime and abuse, in May 2004 the task force added a full-time officer to work prescription drug crimes.That officer handled about 60 prescription-related cases last year, Burns says, up about 75 percent from 10 years ago and 30 percent from five years ago.
"It's amazing how much of a prescription you can get by doctor shopping," says detective Burns.That, he says, is one of the reasons prescription drug abuse has increased in recent years.
Brand, Cummins and detectives Burns and Parrish all agree that a monitoring program would help curb abuse of addictive drugs in Montana.
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