The following individuals were booked into the Osage County Jail in connection with charges or warrants as listed by the arresting agency.
March 26, 2017: Gator T.A. McClusky III, 28, Burlingame, driving while suspended, $1,500 surety bond, BPD.
March 27, 2017: Gale L. Vietmeier, 53, Quenemo, violation of protection order, OCPD; William D. Padgett, 24, Burlingame, Osage County warrant for probation violation, OSSO; Samson M. Davenport, 27, homeless, Osage County warrant for failure to appear, OSSO.
March 28, 2017: Corey L. Brooks, 40, Norton, Osage County warrant for probation violation, OSSO; Corey R. Dunn, 24, Topeka, driving while suspended or revoked, $2,500 surety bond, KHP; Letroy D. Thomas, 38, Newport, Minn., Osage County warrant for failure to appear, released after time served, OSSO.
March 29, 2017: Anna R. Weller, 46, Osage City, Osage County warrant for failure to appear, $103 own recognizance bond, OSSO.
March 30, 2017: Derik D. Brauner, 29, Kansas City, driving while suspended, $500 own recognizance bond, BPD.
April 1, 2017: Craig E. Moon, 42, Osage City, driving under the influence, $1,000 own recognizance, OSSO; Jamie L.J. Noonan, 33, Burlingame, Burlingame warrant for failure to appear, $85 cash bond, BPD; Jerry R. Mason, 39, Vassar, harassment by phone, Osage County warrant for failure to appear, OSSO.
Arresting agencies: BPD, Burlingame Police Department; CPD, Carbondale Police Department; KDOC, Kansas Department of Corrections; KDWPT, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism; KHP, Kansas Highway Patrol; LPD, Lyndon Police Department; MPD, Melvern Police Department; OCPD, Osage City Police Department; OPD, Overbrook Police Department; OSSO, Osage County Sheriff’s Office; QPD, Quenemo Police Department; SPD, Scranton Police Department.
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