Stalking, Strangulation, Disturbing the Peace: Jail Bookings

Jail bookings information from Nov. 6 to Nov. 12 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:

Nov. 6

  • Carrie Ann Leonard, 34, of Oakdale, arrested for traffic charges.
  • James Richard Sergent, 35, of Oakdale, arrested for fifth degree drug possession.

Nov. 7

  • Christopher John Klindt, 33, of Oakdale, arrested for possessing a stolen vehicle and possessing stolen property, both felony level.
  • Jacob Jeffery Lucas, 21, of Oakdale, arrested at South Hadley Street, on felony level property damage charges.

Nov. 8

  • Anna Jean Goski, 26, of Oakdale, arrested on theft charges.

Nov. 9

  • Lori Shannon Defoe, 56, of Oakdale, arrested at the 1200 block of Gentry Avenue on disturbing the peace/harrassment/stalking charges. 
  • Reynard Dewayne Quinn, 35, of Oakdale, arrested at the 4900 block of Hamlet Avenue on domestic assault by strangulation charges.

Nov. 10

  • Kenwan Darell Hunter, 19, of Oakdale, arrested on disturbing the peace/disorderly conduct charges.
  • Oghenenyerovwo Olu Jr., 20, of Oakdale, arrested on domestic assault charges.
  • Natalie Nicole Velez, 32, of Oakdale, arrested on DWI charges.
  • Fredrick John Ziemer, 53, of Oakdale, arrested at the intersection of I-94 and Highway 120 on drug paraphernalia possession, stolen property, theft and traffic charges.

Nov. 11

  • Autumn Eve Dahlman, 25, of Oakdale, arrested on DWI charges.
  • Steven Robert Dillon, 36, of Woodbury, arrested at I-694 and Fourth Street in Oakdale on DWI and traffic charges.
  • Ellen Grace Hancks, 18, of Woodbury, arrested at the 100 block of Greystone Avenue on DWI, underage drinking and traffic charges.

Nov. 12

  • Adam Paul Gallentine, 28, of Dresser, Wis., arrested at Fleet Farm on theft charges.


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