Captain Michael "Mickey" Huber Enforcement / C.I.D. Commander
Sergeant Joshua Heidelberg
Senior Detective Jennifer Payne
Investigator Rhonda Noyes
The Criminal Investigations Division (CID) of the Johnson County Sheriff's Office currently consists of four Criminal Investigators and is supervised by a Captain. The Criminal Investigations Division consists of Criminal Investigations, Special Victims Investigations and Narcotics Investigations.
Captain Michael Huber Supervises Enforcement and the Criminal Investigations Division.
Sergeant Joshua Heidelberg is our Homicide and Criminal Investigator, he also is second in command of the CID Division and is the Crime Scene Technician.
Senior Detective Jennifer Payne is our Special Victims Investigator and General Crimes. She Specializes in Crimes against Special Victims including Sexual Assault and Crimes Against Children.
Investigator Derek Rogers is our lead Narcotics Investigator. He specializes in Illicit Drug Enforcement, Overdose Investigations, Electronic Data and Criminal Intelligence.
Investigator Rhonda Noyes is our Narcotics Investigator and specializes in Narcotics Criminal Investigation and Public relations for Drug Prevention.
Once a uniformed Johnson County Deputy takes a report, CID will begin a follow-up investigation. CID is responsible for processing and cataloging evidence at crime scenes. They also prepare affidavits for arrest warrants, search warrants, interview victims, witnesses, and suspects, and perform many other related duties.
CID investigates crimes ranging from illegal drug activity, theft of property, residential and commercial burglary, criminal mischief, identity theft, computer fraud, arson, sexual assaults, and homicides. These incidents may be investigated with assistance of the patrol deputies, the Prosecuting Attorney, and other law enforcement agencies.
While investigating a crime the CID detective will conduct their investigations in a professional manner that is conductive to the discovery of the truth and the successful prosecution of those who commit crimes in Johnson County.
Information obtained from the public is also very valuable in all types of investigations. Sheriff Hughes encourages anyone with information about criminal activity, or any ongoing criminal investigations, to contact the Criminal Investigation Division. You may call the tip line at 479-705-TIPS (8477).