Warrants – See Who’s Wanted in Olmsted and Goodhue Counties
Appearance in this story and on their lists do not necessarily represent "most wanted" in either county. These are valid as of 09/09/2021
If you see any of these people, do not approach or attempt to apprehend them. Instead, in Olmsted County, during weekdays call 507-328-6830. After 5 PM and on weekends, call 507-328-6800. In Goodhue County, call 651-358-3155.
As always, in an emergency, call 911.
The goal with these warrants is to create awareness so these individuals can be found. This gallery is of individuals wanted as of September 09, 2021. If you are viewing this gallery at any time after that date, the warrants listed could be settled.
LOOK: Highlighted Warrants for Goodhue and Olmsted County (as of September 09, 2021)
Olmsted County's Video
Goodhue County's Video
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Goodhue County Sherriff's Citizens Academy
The Goodhue County Sheriff’s Office will again be offering its Sheriff’s Citizens Academy. The goal of this Academy is to give the citizens of Goodhue County insight of the total operation of the Sheriff’s Office and why we do what we do.
The academy is free of charge and will take place over nine evenings. The class will be on Tuesday evenings Sept 21- Nov 16th, from 6:15 p.m. to 9:15 p.m., in Red Wing. The academy is open to any resident of Goodhue County 18 years of age and older.
If you feel you would like to be a part of a cooperative effort between the Sheriff’s Office and the community you may obtain more information and an application by contacting Deputy Hofschulte at Jenny.Hofschulte@Co.Goodhue.MN.US.
The class size is limited to 20 people. Applications will be sent to the first 20 people who request them. Applications will need to be submitted by September 15th, 2021.
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