Crime Report: June 25 – July 2

Wright County Sheriff’s Report

Travis Paul Christ Padgett, 24, of Monticello was arrested June 25 in Monticello on a Wright County warrant for 3rd degree DWI.
Joshua Harley Goodall, 32, of Anoka was arrested June 26 in Monticello on the charge of possession of shoplifting tools.
James Patrick Blaisdell, 43, of St. Cloud was arrested June 26 in Monticello on a Wright County warrant for flee police in a motor vehicle.
Leonard William Driscoll, 26, of Maple Lake was arrested June 27 in Renville County on a Wright County warrant for disorderly conduct.
Alisa Marie Henteges, 22, of Fridley was arrested June 27 in Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for forgery.
Shawn Michael Rueben, 26, of St. Louis Park was arrested June 27 in Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for 3rd degree criminal sexual conduct.
Ryan Robert Ortt, 27, of Albertville was arrested June 27 in Otsego on the charge of driving after cancellation inimical to public safety.
Christopher Dejon Ellis, 22, of Albertville was arrested June 28 in Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for 2nd degree burglary.
Travis J Oxley, 39, of Montrose was arrested June 28 in Monticello on the charge of driving after cancellation inimical to public safety.
Brett Todd Medenwaldt, 51, of St. Michael was arrested June 28 in St. Michael on the charge of 5th degree controlled substance violation.
Mohamed Marwan Salem, 25, of Monticello was arrested June 28 in Monticello on the charges of domestic assault and 2nd degree assault.
Patrick Todd Centers, 23, of Buffalo was arrested June 29 in Buffalo on a Wright County warrant for 3rd degree DWI.
Adam Dale Fosdick, 27, of Otsego was arrested June 29 in Buffalo on the charge of violation of domestic abuse no contact order.
Frank Dane Davison, 57, of Monticello was arrested June 30 in Monticello on the charge of disorderly conduct.
Thomas Charles Borst, 52, of Monticello was arrested June 30 in Monticello on the charge of disorderly conduct.
Michael Kerteris Queen, 32, of St. Michael was arrested July 1 in St. Michael on the charge of domestic assault.
Larry Dean Monson, 54, of Crookston was arrested July 1 in Monticello on the charge of disorderly conduct.
Rachel Marjorie Hakanson, 21, of Monticello was arrested July 1 in Monticello on the charge of 2nd degree DWI.
Kyle Allen Keck, 24, of Buffalo was arrested July 2 in Maple Lake Township on the charge of driving after cancellation inimical to public safety.
Zachary Donald Lindquist, 29, of Buffalo was arrested July 2 in Buffalo on the charge of contempt of court.
There were 2 property damage accidents, 1 personal injury accidents, 1 hit and run accidents and 1 car deer accidents.
There were 20 arrests for DWI, 2 underage consumption arrests, and 11 tickets for miscellaneous traffic violations issued this week.

Wright County Attorney’s Report

Joshua Scott Barnes, 24, of Becker, sentenced on June 22 for gross misdemeanor second degree DWI to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 275 days, $2,700 stayed for three years on conditions of probation, serve 90 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, undergo a chemical dependency assessment and follow all recommendations, attend a support group and verify attendance, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, serve 60 days on electronic home monitoring, have no same or similar violations.
Justin Lee Bieganowski, 27, of Monticello, sentenced on June 22 for gross misdemeanor stalking to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 323 days, $2,700 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 42 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, pay $75 public defender co-payment, pay restitution, undergo a chemical dependency assessment and follow all recommendations, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, attend a support group, undergo an anger management assessment and follow all recommendations, have no same or similar violations.
Blake Edmund Christian, 20, of Buffalo, sentenced on June 28 for probation violations for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 10 days jail.
Arthur Duran, 62, of Buffalo, sentenced on June 27 for felony terroristic threats to a stay of execution for up to five years on conditions of probation, serve 193 days jail, undergo a psychological evaluation and follow all recommendations, undergo a chemical dependency evaluation and follow all recommendations, remain medically compliant, provide DNA sample, obtain permission before leaving the state, have no use or possession of firearms or dangerous weapons, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, submit to random searches, have no same or similar violations.
David Delane Henderson, 53, of Big Lake, sentenced on June 20 for terroristic threats to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 305 days, $2,500 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 60 days jail, pay $500 fine plus surcharges, complete cognitive skill training, have no use or possession of firearms or dangerous weapons, continue with counseling and follow all recommendations, remain medically compliant, complete an anger management program and follow all recommendations, have no same or similar violations.
Jessica Faye-Ann Neuman, 28, of Monticello, sentenced on June 28 for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 355 days, $2,600 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 10 days jail, pay $400 fine plus surcharges, pay $75 public defender co-payment, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, serve 20 days on electronic home monitoring, complete a Level II driving program, have no same or similar violations.
Robert Anthony Opalinski-George, 25, of Buffalo, sentenced on June 25 for misdemeanor domestic assault to 90 days jail, $1,000 fine; 80 days, $1,000 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 10 days jail, complete the Wright County Batterers’ Intervention Program, have no use or possession of firearms or dangerous weapons, abide by any outstanding order for protection/restraining order, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, have no same or similar violations.
Elizabeth Ann Pacheco, 31, of Albertville, sentenced on June 28 for probation violations for gross misdemeanor domestic assault to 90 days jail.
Jordan Ross Pattee, 34, of Buffalo, sentenced on June 28 for gross misdemeanor second degree DWI to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 335 days, $2,800 stayed for three years on conditions of probation, serve 30 days jail, pay $200 fine plus surcharges, attend a support group, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, remain medically compliant, attend awareness panel for impaired drivers, serve 60 days on electronic home monitoring, undergo counseling and follow all recommendations, undergo chemical dependency treatment and follow all recommendations, have no same or similar violations.
Michael John Steffens, 40, of Albertville, sentenced on June 28 for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 335 days, $2,700 stayed for three years on conditions of probation, serve 30 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, pay $75 public defender co-payment, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, undergo psychiatric treatment and follow all recommendations, remain medically compliant, cooperate with treatment program and follow all recommendations, serve up to 10 days on electronic home monitoring, have no same or similar violations.
Gabriel Ryan Zimmerman, 20, of Big Lake, sentenced on June 26 for gross misdemeanor third degree refusal to submit to testing to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 360 days, $2,700 stayed for three years on conditions of probation, serve 5 days jail, pay $300 fine plus surcharges, pay $75 public defender co-payment, undergo chemical dependency treatment and follow all recommendations, attend awareness panel for impaired drivers, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random testing, attend a support group, stay out of establishments where alcohol is primary means of business, have no same or similar violations.

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