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Indecent Exposure, Swindle, Drugs: Jail Bookings

Jail bookings information from Aug. 20 to Aug. 26 provided by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

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The following people were arrested according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office:

Aug. 20

  • James E. Crowley, 56, of Oakdale, arrested at the 2600 block of Granite Ave. in Oakdale on crimes against public order charges.
  • Jeffrey D. Priebe, 26, of Oakdale, arrested on DWI charges.

Aug. 21

  • Carmel Ann Funk, 46, of Woodbury, arrested at the intersection of 15th Street and Hallmark Avenue on DWI charges.
  • Jason M. Kennedy, 32, of Oakdale, arrested at Geneva Avenue and Stillwater Boulevard in Oakdale on indecent exposure charges.

Aug. 23


  • Michael W. Johnson, 32, of Maplewood, arrested at Fleet Farm on possession of burglary tools charges.

Aug. 25

  • Sean T. Brown, 44, of Scandia, arrested at the 1500 block of Goodview Avenue on theft by swindle charges.
  • Devan T. Dampier, 20, of Oakdale, arrested at the 7500 block of 11th Street on traffic charges.
  • Dustin V. Lamb, 24, of Oakdale, arrested at the 6400 block of Upper 54th Street on domestic assault, theft and fifth degree drug charges.

Aug. 26

  • Sarah Beth Hause, 22, of Oakdale, arrested at the 4000 block of Geneva Avenue on traffic charges.
  • Amy A. Martinson, 34, of Oakdale, arrested at the intersection of Highway 6 and Oakgreen Avenue in Stillwater on DWI charges. 

 

Charges listed should be considered pending, and will not necessarily match official charges from the courts. It is possible those listed will not be officially charged. Listed are residents of Oakdale who were arrested in Washington County, and anyone who was arrested in Oakdale regardless of city of residence. Those listed are considered innocent until proven guilty.

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