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Alpine County Court Cases

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Alpine County, California is a rural county established in 1864. The county court complex is located in the county seat city of Markleeville. The county was named after the location high in the Sierra Nevada; alpine refers to the Alps or other mountains. Originally formed from Amador, El Dorado, Calaveras, and Tuolumne counties, Alpine County makes up 739 square miles of California territory (with 268.37 miles of public roadway). A recent census estimate indicates that there are approximately 1110 residents in the county. The median household income in 2015 was reported to be $50882. In December 2016, the county had a reported unemployement rate of 5.1% (the county employed 127 people in 2015).

County Case Load & Crime Information

In 2014, in Alpine County, there were a total of 4 violent crimes reported. 24 property-related crimes were also reported the same year. The county spent $4300016 on crime-related prevention and protection services attributed to the Sheriff’s office, county jail, and other related services.