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

The population of this county was 19,136 according to the census of 2010 and the county seat is Waseca. It was first founded in 1857 and named after Dakota which means “rich” because the area has fertile soil. The total area of the county is 433 square miles and to make sure that everyone is kept safe and secure, the county office is responsible for departments that do their part in keeping everything peaceful. These departments are court administration, emergency management, county attorney, Sheriff’s office, license bureau, and public health.

About the Sheriff’s office

The name of the Sheriff is Brad J. Milbrath and the phone number of his office is 507-835-0510

The office mailing address is 122 3rd Avenue, NW Waseca, MN 56093

The Sheriff’s office is an integral part of the system of justice of the county. Since the Sheriff is the chief law enforcement authority, the Sheriff is responsible for serving and protecting the county residents and also peace of the county.

Court administration

Court administrator is Lea Hall

Phone number: 507-835-5317

Office address: 307 N State Street Waseca, MN 56093

It is part of the 3rd judicial district administration. The administrator is Honorable Jeffrey D. Thompson

The third district court has all of the original jurisdiction in family, civil, probate, juvenile, criminal, and traffic cases filed in the county. The court also collects fines and fees.

The fee can be paid over the phone 24/7. If you are from area codes 612, 652, 763, or 952, dial 651-281-3219. From outside the metro, call 1-800-657-3611.

County jail

122 3rd Avenue NW Waseca, MN 56093

Phone number: 507-885-0508

Inmate Document Viewer Website:

If you want to visit someone in jail, you have to be 18 yrs old and submit your name and photo beforehand so they can schedule you for the next visitation day at the jail.

Visiting Hours:
Thursdays 6:30pm to 9:00pm Last Visit will be taken back at 8:30pm
Saturdays 8:00am to 11:00am Last Visit will be taken back at 10:30am
Sundays 8:00am to 11:00am Last Visit will be taken back at 10:30am

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Waseca County Sheriff Address
122 Third Ave. NW Waseca, MN 56093


Phone:(507) 835-0510

Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office14 hours ago
There will be no burning in Waseca County today 10/19/2017 and tomorrow 10/20/2017. Forecasts of low humidity and dry conditions this week, along with winds potentially reaching 25 mph gusts do pose significant fire hazards. Many corn fields are still standing, so we are taking precautions.
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
News Release:
Pedestrian crashes, fatalities increase in fall months

Pedestrian crashes, fatalities increase in fall months
ST. PAUL, Minn. – More hours of darkness this time of year increase the number of pedestrian crashes and fatalities, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. As the days get shorter and the nights longer, motorists and pedestrians should use caution when driving and walking.
So far this year, 26 pedestrians were killed. In 2016, preliminary numbers show 60 pedestrians were killed and 1,204 were injured compared to 41 deaths and 904 injuries in 2015.
“Pedestrians are more difficult to see when the sun rises later and sets earlier, increasing the risk of crashes,” said Jay Hietpas, MnDOT state traffic engineer. “Motorists and pedestrians are equally at fault when we look at the crash data. That means that both groups need to know and obey the laws.”
The crosswalk law includes these highlights:
• Motorists should stop for crossing pedestrians at marked
crosswalks and at all intersections without crosswalks or
stop lights.
• Pedestrians should obey traffic signs and signals at all
intersections that have them.
• Vehicles stopped for pedestrians can proceed once the
pedestrian has completely crossed the lane in front of
the stopped vehicle.
• Pedestrians shouldn’t enter a crosswalk if a vehicle is
approaching and it is impossible for the driver to stop.
There is no defined distance that a pedestrian should
abide by before entering the crosswalk; common sense
should be used.
• When a vehicle is stopped at an intersection to allow
pedestrians to cross, drivers of other vehicles
approaching from the rear should not pass the stopped
vehicle. For the full crosswalk law, go to:
About one-third of pedestrian crashes happen during the
weekday rush hour driving time, defined as 6 to 9 a.m.
and 3 to 6 p.m. One out of every four pedestrian fatal
crashes occurred between the hours of 9 p.m. and 3 a.m.

Sue Roe
Communications Office
Cell: 651-503-2467

Minnesota Department of Transportation
395 John Ireland Blvd.
St. Paul, MN
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office3 weeks ago
Portions of CSAH 9 and CSAH 26 (340 Ave) southwest of Waseca, will be closed for culvert replacements beginning Monday, October 9th. Please plan on using alternate routes.
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office3 weeks ago
The Waseca County Sheriff's Office reminds everyone that there are a number of missing children from MN and families wanting the return of their loved one. You can help by following the link and searching MN. Someone, somewhere has information that can help bring a loved one home. Please take the time to visit The Center for Missing and Exploited Children website:
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office shared Waseca Police Department's post.4 weeks ago
The City of Waseca Map for Saturday in Waseca.
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
The MN Pollution Control has issued an air quality alert for all of Southern MN and including the Twin Cities Metro. There will be NO BURNING today until 8pm this evening. For more information on health concerns and air quality, follow this link: