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The 2010 census recorded that there were 28,567 people in the county with a county seat named Walker. Its first existence was in 1851 and only got organized in 1897. The County is part of the Brainerd, MN Micropolitan Statistical Area. The county’s total area is 2,414 square miles.  

Cass County Sheriff Divisions Related to Crime Watch

The patrol division, special units, records, investigation, detention center, and civil process.

The County Sheriff is Tom Burch who is also the Chief Law Enforcement authority has several duties like pursuit and arrest of felons, investigation of crime and accidents, missing person search, county road and lakes patrol, public safety promotion.  

Tom Burch can be contacted by calling 218-547-1424

Office address: 303 Minnesota Avenue

E-mail address: tom.burch@co.cass.mn.us

Court administration

2nd floor, 303 Minnesota Avenue W, PO Box 3000 Walker, MN 56484-3000

Contact number is 218-547-7200

The court is responsible for coordinating the administrative and management activities under the Cass County District Court. They are also supposed to ensure that every element of the court system is effectively and efficiently working.

How to report a criminal

If you are aware of the whereabouts of a criminal, do not attempt to arrest them yourself. Contact the Sheriff’s Office right away at 218-547-1424 or 1-800-450-2677

Reasons to report them

Felony, gross misdemeanor, misdemeanor, failed to appear for court, did not comply with conditions of release, probation violation, did not pay fine, bail, and they should appear in court to clear the warrant.

A corresponding reward is given to someone who provides information that helps in solving crimes. The members of Minnesota Business Partnership and public safety officials will collaborate for the fund that will be given as cash rewards.

Remember the information given and help stop crime at Cass County before more people become victims.

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Cass County Sheriff Address
300 Minnesota Ave. Walker, MN  56484

Phone:(218) 547-1424

Cass County Sheriff's Office

The Cass County Sheriff's Office, located in Walker MN, consists of several divisions, which generally provide service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The services provided by the Sheriff's Office include the pursuit and apprehension of felons, investigation of crimes and accidents, searches for missing persons, patrolling county roads and lakes, and generally promoting public safety. The Sheriff also serves all writs, warrants, commitment papers and Court orders, and maintains the County Jail and Dispatch center. Elected in 2011, Tom Burch, the Sheriff of Cass County is the Chief Law Enforcement authority of the County. Cass County Sheriff's Office 303 Minnesota Ave W Walker MN 56484 218-547-1424 | 1-800-450-COPS Email: cass.sheriff@co.cass.mn.us
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Cass County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
SHERIFF’S CORNER
Volume 90 / May 2018

Although check writing is not nearly as common for purchasing goods or service as it used to be, our office still receives reports of checks being returned for non-sufficient funds. We have recently been asked how our Office deals with these crimes and what process a victim of a bad check should follow.

MN State Statute 609.535 ISSUANCE OF DISHONORED CHECKS addresses bad checks and states that “Whoever issues a check which, at the time of issuance, the issuer intends shall not be paid, is guilty of issuing a dishonored check and may be sentenced as provided in subdivision 2a. In addition, restitution may be ordered by the court.” Subd. 5 states that “this section does not apply to a postdated check or to a check given for a past consideration, except a payroll check or a check issued to a fund for employee benefits.”

If you are victim of a bad or dishonored check, you do have some options. You should report the information to our Office to get a report started. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office will need certain documents to start the process. The information will then be forwarded to the County Attorney’s Office for a worthless check complaint. We will need a copy of the demand for payment of dishonored check letter you sent to the issuer of the check to create a record of what you mailed. An example is available in the “Worthless Check Packet” from our office. All demand letters must include a copy of the statute dealing with dishonored checks and penalty notice; this information is detailed on the packet from our office. Your demand letter must be sent certified mail with a return receipt and the return receipt must be enclosed with the other necessary documents sent to our office. If you have any communications with the issuer of the dishonored check, please document that in writing and/or screen shots, print outs, etc so you will be able to properly testify if the matter goes to a trial.

An affidavit of service by certified mail must be filled out in it’s entirely, notarized and returned to our office with your other documents. It is also necessary to identify the issuer of the check and return the certification of identification filled out by whoever took the check. The original check(s) returned from the bank must also be included to attach to the complaint.

When we have received all necessary information from you, we can put together our case file for submittal to the County Attorney’s Office for consideration of charges. We will need all of these pieces of information described to proceed with requesting charges.

Sometimes the issuer of the worthless check wishes to make good on the worthless check after the criminal complaint process has started. This is possible, but we will direct the payer to the County Attorney’s Office as certain Court costs may need to be paid as well. A Court appearance by the defendant may also be required to clear the matter up.

By contacting our office and starting the process of reporting a dishonored or worthless check, we can help guide you in the direction of obtaining information provide by and outlined in our “Worthless Check Packet” to get a successful prosecution and outcome to your case. You are also able to proceed through other channels, including civilly collecting on worthless checks as an alternative to the Criminal Justice system. This format can be used on checks of any amount that qualify under the rules listed in the statute cited at the beginning.

We hope that you are not subject to a bad check but in the event that you are, we can provide information and assist you with the process of getting it settled.

If you have specific questions that you would like answered in this column or in person, please feel free to contact me anytime using one of the following methods:

Email: tom.burch@co.cass.mn.us Phone: 218-547-1424 | 1-800-450-2677 By Mail/In Person Cass County Sheriff’s Office 303 Minnesota Ave W PO Box 1119 Walker MN 56484
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Cass County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago
Patricia “Patty” Bredesen retired from the Cass County Sheriff’s Office on April 20, 2018. Patty worked as a Corrections Officer in the Detention Center. We’d like to thank Patty for her years of service and wish her the best in retirement!
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Cass County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: May 3, 2018
Contact: Tom Burch, Sheriff

UPDATE 05-04-18 – The victim of the crash has been identified as Carter Close, age 22, of Brainerd, MN.

UPDATE 05-03-18 – There was a previous fatal crash at this location approximately one month ago and our office is working diligently with the County Engineers and the City of East Gull Lake to install safety barriers at this location to prevent any other tragedies. Our records indicate these have been the only two serious accidents at that location in the last 17 years.

EAST GULL LAKE MN – CRASH RESULTS IN FATALITY

Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on May 3, 2018 at approximately 5:50 AM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a single motor vehicle crash in the Gull River on the Gull Lake Dam Road in the City of East Gull Lake. Officers and Responders arrived on scene and located a 2007 Chevy Silverado on its roof in the Gull River. The male driver, age 22 of Brainerd MN, was the only occupant and was located deceased inside the vehicle. The initial investigation indicates the vehicle was travelling west on Gull Lake Dam Road and went through the intersection of Gull Lake Lane into the river.

An autopsy is scheduled with the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office and the crash remains under investigation. The identity of the driver is being withheld pending notification of family members.

Assisting at the scene was North Ambulance, Pillager Fire and Rescue and the Minnesota State Patrol.
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Cass County Sheriff's Office4 weeks ago
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: Monday April 23, 2018
CONTACT: Sheriff Tom Burch

WALKER MN - HIT AND RUN INJURES PEDESTRIAN

Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 11:52 PM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a pedestrian being hit by a motor vehicle on County Road #13 in the Onigum area of Turtle Lake Township, rural Walker MN. Deputies arrived and located a female, age 37 of Walker MN, who had been struck by a motor vehicle, which was no longer at the scene. The female was treated on scene and transferred via North Memorial Air Care to a Fargo ND hospital with serious injuries.

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office and Minnesota State Patrol investigated the crash scene and are requesting assistance in locating the vehicle involved, unknown make or model, and having passenger side damage with possibly a broken mirror or broken passenger window. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Cass County Sheriff’s Office at 218-547-1424.

The investigation into the crash continues. Assisting at the scene was the Walker Police Department, North Memorial Ambulance and North Memorial AirCare
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Cass County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: April 10, 2018
Contact: Tom Burch, Sheriff

UPDATE 04-13-18 – The victim of the crash has been identified as Mark Prazak, age 61, of Nisswa.

EAST GULL LAKE MN – CRASH RESULTS IN FATALITY

Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on April 10, 2018 at approximately 6:41AM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a single motor vehicle crash near Gull Lake Dam Road and Gull Lake Lane in the City of East Gull Lake. Officers and Responders arrived on scene and located a 2012 Mercedes-Benz passenger car on its roof in the Gull River. The male driver, age 61 of Nisswa MN, was the only occupant and was located deceased inside the vehicle. The initial investigation indicates the vehicle was travelling west on Gull Lake Dam Road and went through the intersection of Gull Lake Lane into the river.

An autopsy is scheduled with the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office and the crash remains under investigation. The identity of the driver is being withheld pending notification of family members.

Assisting at the scene was the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office, North Ambulance, Pillager Fire and Rescue and the Minnesota State Patrol.
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