Sherburne County Sheriff’s Newsletter

Sherburne County Sheriff's Department

The following individuals have been booked into the Sherburne County Jail for the alleged offense(s):

 

Nicholas Scott Braaten, 23 of Fridley for a controlled substance charge.

 

Andrew Burton Duval, 30 of Elk River for a controlled substance charge.

 

Corey Dean Engelkens, 25 of Princeton for DWI and a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Andrea Kindschi Fox, 34 of Big Lake for domestic assault.

 

Thomas Richard Fursman, 25 of Elk River for DWI.

 

Todd Milton Jacobson, 52 of Elk River for DWI.

 

Cristina Holly Meyer, 30 of Elk River for a controlled substance charge.

 

Dana Marie Nistler, 30 of Foley for a controlled substance charge.

 

Khyllyn Marie Osterman, 27 of Elk River for DWI.

 

Benjamin Gregory Prusi, 39 of Becker for DWI.

 

Adam Russell Soare, 21 of Clear Lake for DWI.

 

Richard Allen Thelen, 45 of Princeton for DWI.

 

Ricco Dejon Tyson, 36 of St. Cloud for a controlled substance charge.

 

William Joseph Vogelman IV, 28 of Oak Park for a controlled substance charge.

 

Albert Andrew Anderson, 42 of Elk River for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

John Michael Bray, 56 of Otsego for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Kamala Lanise Buckhanon, 38 of Minneapolis for a Hennepin County warrant.

 

Tony Lee Curtis, 35 of Brooklyn Park for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Kelly Marie Gwin, 35 of Shakopee for a Scott County warrant.

 

Robert Ray Holmberg, 20 of Anoka for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Denise Marie Koltes, 37 of St. Cloud for Sherburne and Benton County warrants.

 

David Phillip Mihulka, 19 of Big Lake for a Wright County warrant.

 

Debra Lynn Salinas, 35 of St. Cloud for Sherburne, Stearns, Ramsey and Wright County warrants.

 

Gregory Scott Schwartz, 24 of St. Francis for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Aaron Michael Stenquist, 42 of Isanti for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Joshua Frank Urman, 39 of Sandstone for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Lamont Raymond Wilson, 52 of St. Cloud for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Raymond Percy Winterfield, 26 of Otsego for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Citations Issued:

 

13            Speed

8               Driving after suspension/revocation

13            No proof of insurance

1               Seatbelt

5               Drugs – small amount of marijuana

6               Possession of drug paraphernalia

2               Juvenile tobacco

3               DWI

3               .08 or more

1               Assault

2               Runaway

2               Driver’s license violations

1               Keep to right

1               Expired registration

2               Fail to obey traffic control device

1               Fail to signal

1               Snowmobile violation

1               Weapons charge

 

Total Citations Issued:     66

 

Calls for Service:

 

1               Stop arm violation

2               Burglary

3               Theft

3               Drugs/narcotics

4               Disturbing the peace

3               Harassment

1               Property damage

1               Criminal sexual conduct

2               Driving after revocation/suspension

2               Crimes against administration

2               Trespass

4               Fraud complaint

3               Animal lost

1               Found person

1               Animal found

1               Property found

2               Abandoned vehicle

4               Accident – motor vehicle – personal injury

6               Accident – motor vehicle – property damage

1               Accident – motor vehicle – animal

1               Animal complaint

4               Dog complaint

1               Fire – other

1               Fire – dwelling

1               Gas leak/smell

1               Death

22            Medical

4               Mental health

2               Miscellaneous public

4               Domestic

35            Public assist

13            Agency assist

16            Alarm – security

10            Civil complaint

1               Administrative

149         Officer initiated traffic stops

8               Traffic complaint

4               Suspicious person

6               Suspicious vehicle

5               Juvenile complaint

1               Attempt to locate

7               Check the welfare

1               Burning complaint

1               Shooting complaint

1               Parking complaint

3               Jail medical

1               Jail medical guard

5               Paper service

7               Suspicious activity

5               Miscellaneous officer

30            Background check

10            Warrant arrest

1               Funeral escort

49            Transport

32            Jail incident

1               Pick up order

1               Predatory offender registration

2               911 Hang up

11            Court ordered book and release

1               Juvenile runaway

2               Vehicle lockout

2               Warrant attempt

 

Total Calls for Service:      509

 

March 1st, Tamara Luukkonen reported the theft of a sign from her store located on Fremont Avenue in Zimmerman. The sign is 12 feet long with a rainbow type flag that says “open” across it.  The sign is valued at $75.00.

 

March 9th, Jerad Fagerman of Monticello reported the tail light on his truck had been broken while it was parked at a business on Fremont Avenue in Zimmerman.  The damage amount is currently unknown.

 

 

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Andrew Paul Pittman

FORTY-FIVE YOUTHS AND NINE ADULTS traveled to Ashland, MT to participate in a mission trip at an Indian Reservation last week. The group was led by Youth Pastor Doug Watercott of Mary of the Visitation Catholic Church in Becker/Big Lake. (Submitted Photo)

Dazzling Dave the Yo-Yo Man

Graniteman Triathlon in Clearwater

THE CITY OF CLEARWATER is no longer accepting brush near the maintenance building on Co. Rd. 75. The maintenance crew is picking up brush the first Wednesday of each month with curbside pick-up. The site will be used for installation of a solar energy system. Residents can still drop off leaves and grass cuttings at the compost site behind the maintenance.