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

The county had a population of 20,428 in 2010 based on the census records. The county seat is called Park Rapids and the county was named after Lucius Frederick Hubbard, who was the 9th Governor of Minnesota. The total area of the county is 1,000 square miles, and in the county office there are departments that are responsible for handling each task that is needed to maintain harmony and citizens will feel safe. These departments are patrol, probation, correction, law enforcement, and district court. They have an emergency notification system and the number is 218-732-3331 or 888-732-3332 (Toll Free).

About the Sheriff

The name of the Sheriff is Cory Aukes and the number to call is 218-732-3331 or send an e-mail to caukes@co.hubbard.mn.us

The main concern of the Sheriff’s office is the safety and security of every person in the County. The operation is 24 hours every day. The office has many services that include apprehension of criminals, incident and crime investigation, missing person search and rescue, county patrol, and traffic control.

District court administration

The court administrator is Camille Bessler and if you wish to contact her, just call 218-732-5286 and the fax number is 218-732-0137. The address of her office is at 301 Court Avenue Park Rapids, MN 56470

The court is responsible for holding jurisdiction in every family, civil, probate, criminal, traffic cases, and criminal files in the County.

Hubbard county jail

301 Court Avenue Park Rapids, MN 56470

Phone number: 218-732-2514

If you are aware of an outstanding warrant for your arrest, the court records can be accessed on their website or you can choose to call the court directly. You need to give a full name, or personally ask the officer in charge of the jail. Remember that if there is a warrant for you, they will immediately take you into custody.

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Hubbard County Sheriff Address
305 Court Ave. Park Rapids, MN  56470

 

Phone: 218-732-3331


Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management

The Sheriff’s Office of Hubbard County is part of the county’s system of justice. The Sheriff is charged with the duty to "keep and preserve the peace of his County, for which purpose he may call to his aid such persons or power of the County as is necessary." The Sheriff’s Office' primary concern is the safety and well being of all persons and property in Hubbard County. It operates on a 24 hour per day, 365 days per year basis. This office provides many services, including the pursuit and apprehension of persons who have committed felonies, investigation of crimes and accidents, searching for missing persons, patrolling county roads and lakes, and providing traffic control. This office also serves warrants, commitment papers and court orders. The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement authority in the county. This is an elected position. His office is located at the Law Enforcement Center, just to the north of the Courthouse which houses the Sheriff’s Office and the Hubbard County Jail.. Services and Responsibilities: · Provide full range of law enforcement services for all unincorporated areas of Hubbard County. · Provide Traffic Law Enforcement – respond to calls for service, investigate motor vehicle accidents, and provide traffic enforcement. · Enforce boating regulations throughout the county and investigate drowning incidents in the county. · Provide crime prevention and education services to the general public. · Investigate all violent and mysterious deaths and assist the County Coroner in determining the cause of death. · Provide investigative services and preparation for prosecution by the County Attorney for all crimes including the specialty areas of juvenile issues, illegal narcotics, substance trafficking, and welfare fraud. · Service of Civil Process including Sheriff’s sales, special orders from the court, and all arrest warrants emanating from the court system. · Work child abuse investigations jointly and separately with Hubbard County Social Services. · Answer all emergency and non-emergency requests for police, fire and ambulance services in Hubbard County and dispatching all emergency response units in the county. · Provide security in the courtrooms and adjacent areas. · Provide transportation for committed patients and prisoners. · Administration and operation of the county jail. · Provide mutual aid for all other law enforcement agencies in the county and surrounding areas. · Operate and maintain computer connection to the state and federal government’s computer system, furnishing to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension statistics and information regarding the number of crimes reported and discovered, arrests made, and disposition of cases to the many State and Federal agencies requiring this information. The Sheriff’s Office consists of three major branches:Administration, Patrol, and Communications/Corrections. Hubbard County Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating and implementing emergency plans involving biological, chemical, nuclear/radiological and natural threats, disasters and crisis situations. Our department liaisons with and coordinates activities of the various emergency service volunteers including Hubbard County Mounted Posse, Hubbard 1st Response, Nevis 1st Response, Akeley 1st Response, Lakeport 1st Response, Lake George 1st Response, Park Rapids, Nevis, Akeley, Lake Port, Lake George Fire Departments, along with numerous other private and government agencies. We work with city, county, local, regional and state organizations as well as public, private and non-profit entities to ensure the safety and security of all citizens and the availability of emergency resources for all.
Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management
Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management4 days ago
These people, along with all the others listed on the HCSO Warrant List are WANTED!!!! You can report any detail - no matter how big or small (the kind of car they drive, last seen with, new phone #, if they moved, etc - to 218-732-3331.

Susan Louise Johnson - DOB 2-1-1969
Kenneth Leroy Fairbanks - DOB 7-12-1972
Stephanie Ann Neely - DOB 5-14-1985
Donald Edward Ladd III - DOB 10-6-1991
Shane Elvin Pfeifer - DOB 5-4-1980
Sean Wesley Stopher - DOB 11-30-1984
Crystal Lynn Grant - DOB 11-20-1977
Chad Douglas Miller - 10-20-1981
Tyrone James Barrett - DOB 8-10-1978
Amber Marie Ann Sand - DOB 12-4-1986
Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management
Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management shared US National Weather Service Grand Forks North Dakota's photo.1 week ago
Your ears are correct - we have heard some cracks of thunder in the Park Rapids & Dorset areas. Please continue to watch for changing weather into this evening & nighttime.
Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management
Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management shared US National Weather Service Grand Forks North Dakota's photo.1 week ago
Here is another weather update from the NWS in US National Weather Service Grand Forks North Dakota. Please plan accordingly & be prepared.
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Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management shared US National Weather Service Grand Forks North Dakota's photo.1 week ago
Here is a map showing the snow forecast for tomorrow. Please continue to watch the weather as conditions will be changing overnight & throughout tomorrow. The HCSO & EM will continue to post updates as we can. Drive carefully ~ be prepared.
Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management
Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management1 week ago
PLEASE SHARE THIS INFO----WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY MORNING THROUGH MONDAY EVENING

* WHAT...Blizzard conditions possible. Travel could be very
difficult to impossible, including during the evening commute on
Monday. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are possible.

* WHERE...Portions of central, north central, northwest and west
central Minnesota and southeast North Dakota.

* WHEN...From Monday morning through Monday evening.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Winds gusting as high as 55 mph could
cause whiteout conditions in blowing snow. Significant
drifting of the snow is also possible.

A Winter Storm Watch for blizzard conditions means there is a
potential for falling and/or blowing snow with strong winds and
extremely poor visibilities. This can lead to whiteout conditions
and make travel very dangerous.

Rain will continue to change over to snow by Monday morning, with
some brief periods of moderate snow. Accumulations of 2 to 4
inches will be possible, with more near Lake of the Woods. The
snow will be accompanied by very strong north winds, with gusts to
55 mph possible. This will bring the possibility of blizzard
conditions as snow falls Monday into Monday night. A winter storm
watch is in effect. The blowing and falling snow will continue
through Monday night before tapering off to snow showers Tuesday.

Much colder temperatures for the upcoming week, with below zero
wind chills at times bringing a shock to those accustomed to the
recent mild spell. Additional light snow chances will be possible
Thursday.

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Hubbard Co. Sheriffs Office & Emergency Management shared US National Weather Service Grand Forks North Dakota's post.2 weeks ago
Tuesday’s winds hit the 50s in Park Rapids. Wednesday will be another windy day also.