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):

 

Keith Jacob Aili, 39 of Ray for DWI.

 

Stanley Wayne Ellison, 55 of Elk River for DWI.

 

Anthony James Gustafson, 40 of Monticello for DWI.

 

Adriano Enrique Ihrke, 24 of St. Cloud for domestic assault by strangulation and a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Adam Jerome Johnson, 37 of Big Lake for DWI.

 

Jeremiah Douglas Johnson, 24 of Mounds View for DWI.

 

Joshua Matthew Kane, 38 of Elk River for DWI.

 

Katrina Dinae Kloss, 27 of Becker for DWI.

 

Michael John Linn, 48 of Richfield for violation of a protective order.

 

Gregory Allen Luby, 55 of Elk River for a controlled substance charge.

 

Richard Allen Mitchell, 20 of Clearwater for underage drink and drive.

 

Jerad Allen Nelson, 29 of Zimmerman for violation of a no contact order.

 

William Joseph Paterson, 51 of Elk River for DWI.

 

Christine Lynn Przybylinski , 36 of Elk River for DWI and Hennepin County warrants.

 

Michael James Reese, 45 of Princeton for domestic assault.

 

Keidre Kretia Wade, 22 of St. Cloud for domestic assault.

 

Jason William Bertelsen, 32 of Ramsey for an Apprehension and Detention Order.

 

Jeremy Alan Berg, 27 of Annandale for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Austin Richard Berthiaume, 18 of Otsgeo for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Deon Antoine Greer, 26 of Maple Grove for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Joel Augutuk Mayokok, 50 of Minneapolis for Sherburne and Renville County warrants.

 

Joshua Jeffrey Schieck, 22 of Elk River for a Hennepin County warrant.

 

Joseph Lee Selisker, 35 of Princeton for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Stephen Joseph Steinhofer, 32 of St. Cloud for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Bridgette Wilson, 51 of Minneapolis for Sherburne and Benton County warrants.

 

Jonathan James Wodziak, 18 of Columbia Heights for a Hennepin County warrant.

 

Brent Alan Zinnel, 32 of Monticello for a Sherburne County warrant.

 

Citations Issued:

 

26            Speed

5               Driving after suspension/revocation

10            No proof of insurance

3               Possess small amount of drugs

2               Possession of drug paraphernalia

1               Juvenile tobacco

2               Minor consumption

1               Runaway

1               Unlawful passing

1               Theft

1               Railroad crossing violation

 

Total Citations Issued:     53

 

Calls for Service:

 

1               Stop arm violation

1               Theft

1               Theft – MV- other

2               Assault

3               Drugs/narcotics

3               DWI

2               Disturbing the peace

7               Harassment

1               Property damage

2               Crimes against administration

9               Fraud complaint

5               Animal lost

2               Animal found

3               Property found

14            Accident – motor vehicle – property damage

6               Accident – motor vehicle – animal

3               Animal complaint

4               Conservation

3               Dog complaint

1               Animal bite

1               Fire – other

3               Fire – dwelling

1               Alarm – fire

1               Death

28            Medical

4               Mental health

1               Alarm – medical

6               Domestic

27            Public assist

15            Agency assist

4               Alarm – security

24            Civil complaint

155         Officer initiated traffic stops

7               Traffic complaint

3               Snowmobile complaint

1               Garbage/littering

4               Suspicious person

8               Suspicious vehicle

2               Juvenile complaint

1               Prowler

9               Check the welfare

1               Shooting complaint

2               Repossession

1               Parking complaint

1               Jail medical guard

4               Paper service

6               Suspicious activity

3               Miscellaneous officer

32            Background check

1               Open door

7               Warrant arrest

1               Funeral escort

48            Transport

17            Jail incident

5               Court ordered book and release

1               Juvenile runaway

7               Vehicle lockout

 

Total Calls for Service:      515

 

 

March 3rd, an employee of SuperAmerica located on 3rd Street E in Zimmerman reported the theft of $10.00 worth of gasoline.

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OFFICER JOSH PESTA is the newest member of Big Lake’s police department. He hails from Long Prairie and started on the job last week. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

TOM GEROLD of Alive! Lutheran Church of Monticello met with the Big Lake Twp. Board Wednesday to outline plans for moving their church to a Co. Rd. 11 site, just west of the former River Inn. Looking over the plans were Supervisors Bruce Aubol, Norm Leslie, Larry Alfords and Steve Pfleghaar. (Photo by Gary W. Meyer)

DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Gordy Vosberg is excited about the expanding role of paramedics in keeping people at home in the community through the Healthy At Home follow-up care program and offering the best emergency services to those in need. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Construction of the Oak Savannah Learning Center started March 25, 2015. The new learning center is located up the hill from the Old School House site, south of Co. Rd. 9. (Submitted Photo)

WH served 2,295 meals at its 78th Annual Meeting.