Search for Inmates on the Jail Roster in Benton County Minnesota. Arrest Date, Mugshot, Charges, Bail Amounts, Booking #, Release Date, Statute.

Located in the state of Minnesota, Benton County had a population of 38,451 according to the 2010 census and the county seat is named Foley. It was first started in 1849 and organized by 1850, and it is one of the first in Minnesota. The county was named after Thomas Hart Benton who was a Missouri US Senator.

Benton County has several departments and here are 5 of them: Administration, Assessor, Attorney, Department of Development, Court Administration

County Sheriff: 

Steven Keane and the Under sheriff is Jerry Hatcher. The office of the Sheriff has 217 employees and the 210 are holding civil service positions. The objective of the Sheriff’s Office is to protect life and property, maintain peace, detect crime and help prevent it, implement the law, and protect citizen rights. Every member of the Sheriff’s office are dedicated to working in partnership with the community, to point out and resolve issues that influence public safety.

The court administrator is Patricia Austin and she can be reached by calling this number: 509-736-3071 ext. 3318. The administrator’s duties are to:

Be the judicial administrator and supervisor of the Superior Court every day. Give daily court operations oversight, develop and implement policies, budget development. Provide managerial leadership for choosing, supervising, mentoring, and evaluating staff

Benton County Jail:

581 Minnesota 23 Foley, MN 56329. Phone number: 320-968-8180

Inquiry for a warrant

In case you have an arrest warrant, you can directly inquire about it or contact the jail. You need the full name or go to the local jail and approach the officers.

Common Crimes that are normally committed and sentenced in Benton County:

DUI, Drug offenses, Kidnapping,Rape or sexual assault,Crimes of violence that include assault, murder, and battery, Theft

This is all of the information someone needs if they are aware of a crime that’s been committed and call 911 for emergency.

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Benton County Sheriff Address
581 Hwy 23 NE Foley, MN, 56329

Phone:(320) 968-7201

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At the Benton County Board meeting this morning 7 local first responders were honored for their life saving efforts. On 08-15-17 at about 5:00 pm the Benton County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a mother saying her 18 month old son was not breathing. The mother, Akasha Josephson, had stopped her car on Hwy 10 near the intersection of Little Rock Rd NW to call for help. While first responders were en route to the scene, Rice Firefighter Blake Phenow was driving through the area in his personal vehicle and saw Akasha’s car stopped on the side of the road. Phenow stopped to see if Akasha needed help and soon discovered that Akasha’s son, Jace Josephson, had no heartbeat and was not breathing. Phenow began rendering aid to the child. A short time later, Minnesota State Trooper James Orlando arrived on the scene and began assisting with CPR on Jace. Benton County Deputy Ron Thomas arrived on the scene shortly after Trooper Orlando. The three of them continued to perform CPR on Jace until Gold Cross Ambulance arrived on the scene. Jace’s care was transferred to Gold Cross Paramedics Jason Jacobson, Nicholas Engler, Amanda Cherne, and Natascha Hennen. As Jace was being attended to by Gold Cross Paramedics, his heart began to beat again and he resumed breathing on his own. Jace was transported to St. Cloud Hospital. After many weeks of care, Jace is currently at the Mayo Clinic awaiting a heart transplant. Pictured below are MN State Trooper James Orlando, Gold Cross Paramedic Amanda Cherne, Gold Cross Paramedic Natascha Hennen, Benton County Deputy Ron Thomas, and Rice Firefighter Blake Phenow.
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Today is the pheasant opener. There will likely be an increase of people and dogs out and about in the fields. Please be cautious when driving about the country. If you are going to be chasing pheasants today, good luck and hunt carefully.
Also, on another animal-related topic. Deer/car collisions are starting to pick up. Be alert for deer in the roadways as you drive, especially during low light periods or at night.