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This county had a total population of 124,700 as recorded by the census in 2010 and the county seat is called Buffalo. The county was first founded in 1855 and it is part of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Bloomington, MN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county was first established in 1855 and named after Silas Wright. The total area of the county is 714 miles and there are departments in the county office doing their duty in keeping everyone safe, including the visitors. These departments are court administration, Sheriff, surveyor, and court services.

Sheriff’s office

It is Sheriff Joe Hagerty who is the head of this department and the address is 3800 Braddock Avenue, NE Buffalo, MN 55313

The e-mail address is

The Sheriff’s office is committed to meeting the challenge by giving quality law enforcement services that are cost effective. The organization is responsible for providing integrity, caring, fairness, professionalism, and integrity to the people they are serving.

Court administration

The administrator is Monica Tschumper and the phone number of her office is 763-682-7539

Office address: 10 NW 2nd Street Room C201 Buffalo, MN 55313

This department is responsible for the case management in court cases that are processed in the county. It includes civil, criminal, family, juvenile, probate, traffic, and conciliation courts. Aside from that, this department gathers all fees in the court and fines. This is also where court appearances are scheduled, court records maintenance, and jury qualification and selection.

County jail

3800 Braddock Avenue, NE Buffalo, MN 55313

Phone number is 763-682-1162

The inmates should write down the names of the visitors in the log and you need to give them your valid photo so you will be given rights. This is going to make you an authorized visitor and you will be allowed to visit by schedule.  

Visitation hours are Monday to Friday 9 am to 11 am and 1 pm to 2:30 pm, Tuesday 6 pm to 8 pm, and Saturday 9 am to 11:30 am

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Wright County Sheriff Address
10 NW 2nd St. Buffalo, MN 55313


Phone:(763) 682-7622

Wright County Sheriff's Office

The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is the 3rd largest sheriff’s office in Minnesota. We provide law enforcement services to the unincorporated areas of the county and additionally contract police services with 13 cities. There are eleven divisions within the sheriff’s office: Administration, Bailiff, Civil Process, Communications, Community Services, Corrections, Criminal Investigations, Patrol, Recreational Enforcement, Special Investigation’s Unit (Narcotics), and Warrants/Transports.
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Wright County Sheriff Activity Report for period ending October 16, 2017
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Wright County Sheriff's Office6 days ago
Fatal Crash on County Road 39 NE

On 10/12/17 at approximately 5:25 AM the Wright County Communications Center received a report of a two vehicle crash in the 7000 block of County Road 39 NE in Monticello Township. A driver of a semi-tractor with an attached trailer reported they were backing out of a residential driveway onto County Road 39 NE when the trailer was struck by an eastbound Ford F-150. Prior to any emergency vehicles arriving on scene the trailer was struck by a second eastbound vehicle. The driver of the Ford F-150, Robert Olson (age 67) of Monticello, was pronounced deceased at the scene. The second vehicle that struck the trailer sustained moderate damage, but the driver was un-injured. The driver of the semi-tractor was transported to Monticello Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The crash is still under investigation by the Wright County Sheriff’s Office with assistance from the Minnesota State Patrol Commercial Vehicle Inspector.
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Wright County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
Wright Regional Enhanced Watercraft Decontamination and Inspection Program - Effective October 11 through October 31, 2017

Wright County Soil & Water advised today that the regional watercraft inspection site located in Annandale will be operational through October 31, 2017. This program includes Lake Sylvia (east & west), Lake John, and Pleasant Lake in western Wright County.

For more information on this pilot program please visit:
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Wright County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
Mn Department of Transportation

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.
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Wright County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
Car vs House Crash City of St. Michael

On 10-08-2017 at approximately 12:34 a.m. Wright County Communications received a call of a burglary of a garage in the 10000 block of 42nd St NE in the city of St Michael. The homeowner observed a male walking away from his open garage door and leave in a vehicle. The homeowner noticed items missing from his vehicle parked in the garage and contacted the Sheriff’s Office. The suspect vehicle was located on County Road 35 near Edmonson Ave NE in Buffalo Township a short time later and fled from a Deputy that attempted to stop the vehicle. A pursuit was initiated into the city of St Michael where it was terminated due to high speeds. The vehicle was again located near the city of Hanover and failed to stop for a Deputy that attempted to initiate another traffic stop. A second pursuit was initiated and the vehicle crashed into a vacant house at the corner of Main St and Central Ave in the city of St Michael. Two 16 year old juvenile males were found in the vehicle with minor injuries and the vehicle was found to be stolen. The juvenile males were transported to the hospital and were booked into jail on multiple charges upon their release.
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Wright County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
Wright County Sheriff Activity Report for period ending October 9, 2017