Search for Inmates on the Jail Roster in Dodge County MN: Arrest Date, Mugshot, Charges, Bail Amount, Booking #, Release Date, Warrants

This county that had a recorded population of 20,087 based on the 2010 census has a county seat named Mantorville. The total area of the county is 440 square miles. The county is part of the Rochester, MN Metropolitan Area. The County Sheriff’s Office handles several divisions that citizens rely on so they are protected against crime and trouble. The departments of the County Sheriff are the administration, court administration, economic development authority, sheriff, and veteran services.

The county Sheriff is Steve Hepsen and the address is 428 N Broad Fremont, NE 68025 and the contact number is 402-727-2702. The county’s fax number is 402-727-2714.

Duties of the Sheriff

It is his duty to execute, serve, and return the writs or other processes of legalities issued provided by lawful authority. The Sheriff needs to prepare and file a yearly inventory statement of the county’s personal property under their custody. The sheriff has charge and custody that belongs to the jail and the prisoners.


The address is 22 6th Street E, Dept. 12 Mantorville, MN 55955

The phone number is 507-635-6260 and the fax number is 507-635-6271

It is their responsibility to manage traffic, family, civil, criminal, probate, and juvenile divisions, and sometimes file disposition. They work closely with the attorney of the county, court services, human services, and department of the sheriff.

Dodge County Jail

Located at 22 6th Street East Mantorville, MN 55955

You can look up an inmate through their website and the roster is available to anyone to view. You must have their full name, when they were born, and ID number to search faster.

If you need to report a crime, just contact the Sheriff’s Office or dial 911 if there is an emergency that is currently happening. Do not hesitate to report the crime because you can leave an anonymous.

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Dodge County Sheriff Address
22 E. Sixth St. Mantorville, MN  55955

Phone:(507) 635-6200

Dodge County Sheriff MN

Dodge County Sheriff's Office 22 6th Street East, Dept 201 Mantorville Mn,55955 Phone: Non Emergency (507) 635-6200/ Emergency 911
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Dodge County Sheriff MN14 hours ago
Unfortunately, this is the time of year we see more car prowlers, and burglaries. While you enjoy the weekend...please remember to lock your doors to your home and garage, and lock your vehicles and remove valuables. Get into a routine at the end of the day to make sure everything is locked and secure. 9PM ROUTINE! #dontbeavictim
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Dodge County Sheriff MN20 hours ago
Thanks to everyone who came out to help us honor and remember our SE MN fallen officers last night at Soldiers Field Park. Here are a few photos shared by the Post Bulletin.
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Dodge County Sheriff MN2 days ago

The weekend is here....please remember to lock your doors to your home and garage, and lock your vehicles and remove valuables. Get into a routine at the end of the day to make sure everything is locked and secure. 9PM ROUTINE! #dontbeavictim
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Dodge County Sheriff MN shared a Page.2 days ago

We'll be drawing for the gun raffle today at around noon!! Winners will be posted on the foundation facebook page below. Good luck to everyone and thanks so much for your support on our memorial project!!!!
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Dodge County Sheriff MN2 days ago
This week during Police Week we remember.....

Captain Loring Guenther (End of Watch - Sept 10th 2013)

Captain Loring W. Guenther died unexpectedly from a heart attack on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at his home in Kasson shortly after returning home from work. Workplace stress was determined to be the major contributing factor in his death. He was 43 years young.

Captain Guenther was born in Crystal, MN on October 24, 1969 to Wallace and Virginia (Johnson) Guenther. He graduated from Cooper High School in 1988. Following high school he attended North Hennepin Community College earning his Associates Degree in Law Enforcement.

In 1994 Captain Guenther started his full-time law enforcement career as a deputy for the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office. In 1997, he married his best friend, Debonie Mazzei in Kasson.

Captain Guenther was dearly loved by his wife, family, friends, and co-workers. He always found the good in the bad, and touched the hearts of so many people in Dodge County with his generous way of always giving back to the community.

His positive, enthusiastic personality helped him quickly move up the ranks at the Sheriff’s Office being promoted to Training Sergeant, and later Captain. From self-defense, to firearms training, he also shared his law enforcement training experience by teaching students at Rochester Community and Technical College’s Law Enforcement Program for many years. Recently, in addition to all his responsibilities with the Sheriff’s Office he was also active every year volunteering for the local Toys for Tots program, a program he felt very strongly about.

Co-workers describe Captain Guenther as being a strong, kind, thoughtful, and humble leader. While he was very proud of the long list of accomplishments the department had made during his tenure, he was always quick to recognize the efforts of everyone else’s involvement, with little or no emphasis on his own. He was a true leader by example in every way, and was respected by all who had contact with him.

Captain Guenther's hobbies outside of law enforcement included hunting, fishing, horses, working on cars, camping, and spending quality time with his best friend Debonie.

Captain Guenther is survived by his wife of 16 years, Debonie, of Kasson; his father, Wallace Guenther, of Crystal, MN; his sister, Cheri (Bob) Weiss, of Bayport, MN; and a nephew, Anthony Weiss, of Bayport, MN.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Virginia.

We shall never forget his service and sacrifice to this office.

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Dodge County Sheriff MN2 days ago
PLEASE SHARE THIS ON YOUR WALL TODAY and help us remember and honor the service and sacrifice of 28 fallen officers in SE Minnesota. Tonight, law enforcement will gather at Soldiers Field in Rochester at the Veterans Memorial in Soldiers Field Park in Rochester, just east of the future site of the SE MN Law Enforcement Memorial. We will conduct a program at 5:30pm to honor the 28 fallen officers from SE Minnesota, including the four fallen heroes from our county - we honor and thank them for their service a sacrifice to our communities. This program is open to the public. Please keep all of our law enforcement families in your thoughts and prayers today and every day! NEVER FORGOTTEN!!!

"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God." - Matthew 5:9