Auctions & Sales


Online Auctions
In an effort to reduce costs to the tax payers of Yuma County, the Sheriff’s Office is now auctioning seized vehicles via an on-line auction site. The revenue from the on-line auctions will be used by the Sheriff’s Office to continue to fund the Yuma County Narcotics Task Force in an ongoing effort to reduce drug related crimes in Yuma County. 

The Sheriff’s Office will be adding additional vehicles as they become available. Future auctions may also include other seized or abandoned items along with fleet vehicles. Click link below for current auctions.

View current online auction items


Online Auction Instructions
In order to view and/or participate in the online auctions, you must register and create a user name and password. Once you register, you will be able to view more details regarding the auction items, i.e., bid history, questions, etc.

For more information regarding the online auctions, please contact Sgt. Andres Angulo at (928) 783-4427.

Notice of Sheriff's Sale - Perishable, Personal and Real Property


Perishable, Personal and Real Property
Once property has been seized and is available for auction, A.R.S. 12-1621, Para. A, Section 1 requires notice of sales to be posted at three (3) locations within the county.  The Yuma County Sheriff's Office posts notices at the following locations:
  1. On this website
  2. The property location
  3. Yuma County Superior Court, 250 W. 2nd Street, Yuma, AZ 85364
  4. Yuma County Sheriff's Office - Main Office, 141 S. 3rd Avenue, Yuma, AZ  85364

For the sale of personal property other than that which is perishable, the Sheriff's Office shall post a "Notice of Sale" for not less than ten days successively before the day of sale as per A.R.S. 12-1621, Para. A, Section 2.

Seized property eligible for sale is sold at the location at which it is stored unless otherwise noted. The "Notice of Sale" documentation will outline the specific location of sale.

Auctions and sales will take place as a result of adjudicated court cases, at the following location:

Yuma County Superior Court
250 W. 2nd Street
Yuma, AZ 85364



Case No. S1400CV2012-00780



FOOTHILLS BANK, an Arizona corporation, Plaintiff/Judgment Creditor, vs. TEDFORD C. MALES and CYNTHIA D. MALES, husband and wife, Defendants/Judgment Debtor, and ARIZONA TED'S, INC., Garnishee.

WHEREAS, pursuant to an execution issued in the above-entitled action upon Garnishment Judgment for FOOTHILLS BANK, and against TEDFORD C. MALES and CYNTHIA D. MALES, husband and wife, Judgment Debtors, and ARIZONA TED'S, INC., Garnishee, entered on July 7, 2014, for stock of ARIZONA TED'S, INC., owned by Judgment Debtors, I have levied upon all of the right, title, and interest of the Judgment Debtors on 1,000 shares of common stock of Arizona Ted's, Inc.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, the Sheriff of Yuma County, on the 10th day of September, 2014, at 10:30 a.m. at the front door of the Yuma County Superior Courthouse at 250 West 2nd Street, in Yuma, Arizona, 85364 will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash all of the right, title, and interest of TEDFORD C. MALES and CYNTHIA D. MALES, husband and wife, in and to the above-described property to satisfy said Judgments.


Title 33, chapter 8, article 1 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, may permit you to protect your residence from certain types of legal process by recording a claim of homestead.

If you are in doubt as to your rights, you should obtain legal advice.

Dated this 25th day of August, 2014.

Leon Wilmot
Sheriff of Yuma County, Arizona

By /s/ Corporal Philip A. Spongross, Deputy Sheriff

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Regarding auctions and sales, contact the Civil Department at 928-783-6274.