Olmsted County Warrant Wednesday with Steele County Warrants, Too
Every Wednesday, the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office releases five warrants. In no particular order and not necessarily Olmsted County's Most Wanted. This week's are accurate as of July 21,2021.
Olmsted County Warrants Included In Today's Collection:
- Calvin Cooliage Reavers - Felony - 1st degree burglary assault person on property.
- Tyler James Kennedy - Felony domestic assault by strangulation
Honorable Mention for Mug Shot of the Week goes to Mark Anthony Heath. Scroll down to the gallery to see his charges.
LOOK: Highlighted Warrants for Goodhue Couny (as of August 25, 2021)
Although it's been added to each image, a reminder. if you recognize someone, it's not your job to approach them, try to detain them, or do anything other than call the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office and let them know your info.
The accessible version...
If you see any of these individuals during weekdays call the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office at 507-328-6830. If it's after 5 PM and on weekends, call 507-328-6800.
Recent Most Wanted Warrants from Steele County (Special thanks to Paul Shea)
Wanted for: Escape from Custody
Name: Jonelle Suezette Hill - DOB: 01/25/1981
Height: 5' 1"
Weight: 240 LBS
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Wanted for: DANCO Violation (Domestic Abuse No Contact Order)
Name: Richard Allan Miller Jr.
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 130 LBS
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown/Bald
And in other crime news...something lighter than usual. Dumb excuses!
Horrible Excuses For Speeding Given To Rochester Area State Troopers (by Luke Lonien)
This past Friday, The Minnesota State Patrol shared a list of some horrible excuses that Rochester district state troopers received.
"Speedometer is broken"
Ahhh yeah, because you can't tell you are traveling faster than every other car on the road?? Okay, then.
"Dog just pooped in the backseat."
This is valid, but you'd think the trooper would sniff this one out if it was true, right?! This one probably just made the trooper laugh out loud while writing a ticket.
"Sneezed and stepped on the gas too hard"
Yeah because everyone's instant reaction is to slam on the gas for an extended period of time once they sneeze
"My car is too fast."
This one just has one, easy solution....keep your foot off the gas.
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Back To School Time - Remember What You Ate?
Let me tell you, I'm glad ate school lunch when I did! lol.