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

The county’s population in 2010 was 16,059 based on the records of the census and the county seat is called Redwood Falls. The whole Lower Sioux Indian Reservation is in the county and its total area is 879 square miles. In the county, there is an office that handles a number of departments that are very good at their job in keeping peace and harmony in the county. Those departments are Sheriff’s department, administrator’s office, restorative justice, Sheriff’s office, and license center.

About the Sheriff’s Department

The Sheriff’s name is Randy Hanson and the number to call if you want to talk to him is 507-637-4036

Office address is P.O. Box 47, 303 E 3rd Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283

The Sheriff’s office is responsible for the county jail information, custody list, active warrant list, and state boat and water safety grant to counties. They are also responsible for CodeRed that helps keep citizens of the county informed about what is happening around them, especially if they need to report a crime.

Court administration

The court administrator is Patricia Amberg and the number to call if you want to contact her office is 507-637-4020. The address of her office is Redwood Falls, MN 56283-0130

This is part of the 5th judicial district and the administrator is Michael J. Kelley. The district administration office is at 11 Civic Center Plaza Suite 205 Mankato, MN 56001. Contact number is 507-344-4940.

You can pay fines at the MN District Court Payment Center or online.

County Jail

303 E 3rd Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283

Phone number 507-637-4036

In Custody Criminals URL:

You can visit an inmate, but have them schedule you first. You need to give them your full name and valid photo so you will be allowed inside. You can look for an inmate online or go there personally. Just make sure you have their information.  

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Redwood County Sheriff Address
303 E. 3rd St. Redwood Falls, MN 56283

 

Phone:(507) 637-3533

Redwood County Sheriff's Office
Redwood County Sheriff's Office21 hours ago
On 05/18/18 at approximately 5:28pm the Redwood County Sheriffs Office, Lamberton Fire Department and Lamberton Ambulance responded to a call of a person trapped inside of a grain bin. Upon arrival, the person was completely submerged in grain and rescue attempts were unsuccessful. The individual was pronounced dead at the scene. The deceased has been identified as Mark Arkell, age 46, of Lamberton, MN. Assisting at the scene was the North Ambulance, North Air Care, and the Sanborn Fire Department.
Redwood County Sheriff's Office
Redwood County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
Updated News Release

On 04/21/18 at approximately 6:58pm, the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of an attempted home invasion in the City of Milroy, MN. Initial investigation revealed a firearm had been discharged into the residence by one of three male suspects. Based on the investigation, four people have been charged with various crimes related to this incident. Two of the suspects are juveniles and cannot be identified. The two adult suspects have been identified and charged under warrant complaints. These suspects are identified as Mut Gach, age 19, and Buomkuoth Diew, age 18, both from Worthington, MN. Both adults have been charged with offenses related to attempt and conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery and burglary. The adult males are currently in the custody of the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office on unrelated charges. The Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate this incident. The Sheriff’s Office believes this to be an isolated incident and does not believe there is an ongoing threat to the area.
Redwood County Sheriff's Office
Redwood County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
Thank you to the deputies of Redwood County for everything you do for all of us! This is the one week that you are recognized, but you are appreciated every day! Randy, Mark, Rick, Dave, Katelyn, Jason, Joel, Mitch, Matt, Mike, Rob, Mike and BJ.
Redwood County Sheriff's Office
Redwood County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
We appreciate all you do! Thank you!
Redwood County Sheriff's Office
Redwood County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
ROADS CLOSED

District 8 announces several road closures in southwest Minnesota

WILLMAR, Minn. – (9:30 a.m.) The Minnesota Department of Transportation has closed roads due to blizzard conditions. Roads will remain closed until further notice. The roads are closed in the following locations:

· All roads in Lincoln, Lyon, Murray and Pipestone counties

· Highway 19 (Morton to Fairfax) in Redwood County

· Highway 71 in Redwood County

· Highway 68 from the intersection of Highway 71 to Wabasso

Motorists are advised not to travel until conditions improve and MnDOT reopens the road. Roads can be closed using gates or lights. Some roads close without indication (no gates or lights).

Motorists should plan accordingly. When a road is closed it is illegal to travel in that area. Motorists can be fined up to $1,000 and/or sentenced to 90 days in jail. In addition, if travelers need to be rescued from a closed road, other expenses and penalties will apply.

No travel advised - UPDATED

Highway 19, Highway 67 and Highway 68 east of Redwood Falls are still in the list of no travel advised locations. The following areas have be added to the existing list of no travel advised:

· Hwy 23 (Hanley Falls to Granite)

· Hwy 274 (all)

· Hwy 67 (Hwy 75 to Hwy 19)

· Hwy 59 (Clarkfield to Hwy 212)

· Hwy 75 (Canby to Hwy 212)



Motorists are advised not to travel in these counties until conditions improve. The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning for the majority of southwest and west central Minnesota.

MnDOT reminds motorists that the average snow plow route in District 8 (southwest and west central MN) is sixty miles, round-trip. Some routes are considerably longer. In difficult conditions it can take up to four hours for a snow plow operator to plow a route. In conditions where visibility is limited it can take considerably longer.

Plow operators have much to monitor and control while on duty, and their ability to see behind them is limited. Their vision can be hampered by the snow clouds they create while plowing. Stay back and give the plow room to work.

The public can view winter road conditions from plow cameras available through the 511mn.org website. Please note that not all plows have cameras. Road conditions on major highways can also be viewed through the Road Weather Information System (RWIS), which is also part of 511.

MnDOT would like to remind motorists to:
•Check road conditions at www.511mn.org or call 511; it takes time to get roads back to good driving conditions.
•Be patient and remember snowplows are working to improve road conditions for your trip.
•Stay back at least five car lengths behind the plow, far from the snow cloud.
•Stay alert for snowplows that turn or exit frequently and often with little warning. They may also travel over centerlines or partially in traffic to further improve road conditions.
•Slow down and use your head lights. Snowplows typically move at slower speeds.
Redwood County Sheriff's Office
Redwood County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
NO TRAVEL ADVISED

MnDOT District 8 adds locations to no travel advised list

WILLMAR, Minn. – (8:20 a.m.) The Minnesota Department of Transportation is adding to the list of locations where no travel is advised for portions of southwest Minnesota due to blizzard conditions and limited visibility. The no travel advisory put out earlier today, April 14 included all of Murray and Pipestone counties and portions of Lyon and Lincoln counties. Additional locations being added to the no travel advised list include:

· Hwy 271 (Stateline to Hwy 19 near Hendricks)

· Hwy 75 (Ivanhoe to Canby)

· Hwy 68 (Stateline to Marshall)

· Hwy 59 (Marshall to Clarkfield)

· Hwy 23 (Marshall to Hanley Falls)

· Hwy 19 (Vesta to Fairfax) - NEW

· Hwy 68 (Wabasso to Morgan) - NEW

· Hwy 71 (Hwy 14 to Redwood) - NEW

· Hwy 67 (Redwood to Morgan) - NEW

Roads are extremely icy and blowing snow is limiting visibility. Check www.511mn.org for a listing of all no travel advised areas and current road conditions.

Motorists are advised not to travel in these counties until conditions improve. The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning for the majority of southwest and west central Minnesota.

MnDOT reminds motorists that the average snow plow route in District 8 (southwest and west central MN) is sixty miles, round-trip. Some routes are considerably longer. In difficult conditions it can take up to four hours for a snow plow operator to plow a route. In conditions where visibility is limited it can take considerably longer.

Plow operators have much to monitor and control while on duty, and their ability to see behind them is limited. Their vision can be hampered by the snow clouds they create while plowing. Stay back and give the plow room to work.

The public can view winter road conditions from plow cameras available through the 511mn.org website. Please note that not all plows have cameras. Road conditions on major highways can also be viewed through the Road Weather Information System (RWIS), which is also part of 511.

MnDOT would like to remind motorists to:
• Check road conditions at www.511mn.org or call 511; it takes time to get roads back to good driving conditions.
• Be patient and remember snowplows are working to improve road conditions for your trip.
• Stay back at least five car lengths behind the plow, far from the snow cloud.
• Stay alert for snowplows that turn or exit frequently and often with little warning. They may also travel over centerlines or partially in traffic to further improve road conditions.
• Slow down and use your head lights. Snowplows typically move at slower speeds.



For updated information on road conditions, visit www.511mn.org or call 511.

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