Muckleshoot Police Department

Valerie Kelly - Chief of Police
King County Police
38903 172nd Ave. SE
Auburn, WA 98092-9763

The Police Department provides 911 emergency responses, patrols the community to prevent crime, and works closely with ICW, Housing, Human Services, and other service providers on the reservation. The Muckleshoot Police Department is made up of a Chief of Police, a Housing Deputy, a School Resource Officer two detectives and 10 Patrol Deputies.

Service days & hours: Police Chief Kelly is available Monday-Friday 7 am- 3pm, patrol officers are available 24/7.

Emergency/Non Emergency: 911

Muckleshoot Police Office: 253-876-3246  Monday-Friday 8 am-4 pm                              

Silent Witness (Anonymous Tip Line:) 253-876-2850  24 hrs

Communications Center: (To report crimes not currently in progress or to have a Muckleshoot deputy contact you 24 hrs a day seven days a week:)  911

AFIS Program


Val Kelly Hello. My name is Val and I am honored to be joining the Muckleshoot Police Dept. And Community. I have been with the King County Sheriff’s Office for almost fourteen years. There is a Maya Angelou quote that emphasizes the importance of how you make people feel and it leads me in every aspect of my life, to include being at the core of why I chose to join law enforcement. In my spare time, I love to spend time with family and friends which includes my wife and our pack of three dogs. I look forward to connecting with as many people as possible.

I’m Deputy Steven Lessard and have been working for the King County Sheriff’s Office for 13 years. I have been working for the Muckleshoot Police Department 11 of those 13 years and a majority of my time has been at the tribal school.  I have established many professional and personal relationships with Muckleshoot members over the years.  I truly believe those relationships with the community are strong because they are based on trust.  I feel trust is the most important building block to a community policing relationship.  In my off time I like to work out, go camping and spend lots of time with my family.


I have been honored to work for the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe for the last 2 ½ years. I have been employed with KCSO since 2016. My hobbies include fishing, skateboarding, playing guitar and spending time outdoors with my family


I’m coming up on 47 years old.  I am 4th generation military.  I have been married for over 21 years (my wife is a RN at the VA Hospital in Seattle taking care of vets).  I have 3 kids ranging from 15 to 24 (my middle kid is in the Air Force making him the 5th generation in my family to serve).  I enjoy anything outdoors from cycling to hiking and backpacking.


I have been in law enforcement for 23 years.  The last 18 years have been with KCSO and the last 16 of that I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe and hoping to finish my career here.


I’m Deputy Houston, I’ve been with the Sherriff Office since 2017 working in the South East District of King County. I have been assigned to the Muckleshoot Reservation as of May 2019 and did a bulk of my training here. While on training I completed a problem solving project, which is the one reason we have sign posted in the Muckleshoot’s Library parking, warming subject for No Loitering.

Prior to me lateraling to the Sherriff Office, I was a member of the Detroit Police Department. I began my career Law Enforcement in 2009, where I worked as a patrol officer, and multiple Special Operations Units toward the end of my time in Michigan. Some of the things I like to do outside working is spending time with family/friends. My hobbies are, sports and classic cars.


I’m Deputy Holloway, I’ve been with the King County Sherriff Office since March 27th, 2020. I started my career training on the southwest side of king county. I have been assigned to the Muckleshoot Reservation since January 1st, 2021, and finished my probation period on the reservation.

Before I lateraled to the King County Sherriff Office, I was a member of the Detroit Police Department. I began my career in Law Enforcement on November 23rd, 2009, where I worked as a patrol officer, and multiple other Specialized Units.


Some of the things I like to do outside of working are working out, playing basketball, bowling, and most importantly I enjoy my time with family and friends.


I’ve been with the King County Sheriff Office for over 15 years. I’ve spent most of those years serving the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe. I’m the Muckleshoot Housing Officer and I enjoy being involved in the community. I also like working with the youth and organizing community events.


I am Deputy Mark Pike and I have been with the King County Sheriff's Office since February of 2003. I have been assigned to Southeast King County for all of my career. I enjoy working the area and serving the diverse communities. In the summer of 2022, I decided to transfer to the Muckleshoot Police Department because I was interested in the culture and working with the Muckleshoot Tribal Community. I am one of your graveyard Deputies, therefore, don’t hesitate to come say hi if you see me at any of the Muckleshoot community events.