Osage County Jail Log, Feb. 5 – Feb. 10, 2024 – Osage County Online | Osage County News

Osage County Jail Log, Feb. 5 – Feb. 10, 2024

The following individuals were booked into the Osage County Jail in connection with charges or warrants as listed by the arresting agency.

Feb. 5, 2024

  • Aaron Montgomery Shields, 43, Lyndon, aggravated burglary, Osage County warrants, LPD.

Feb. 6, 2024

  • Cody Larry Christenson, 36, Melvern, Osage County warrants, OSSO.
  • Shawn Alan Martin, 42, Osage City, Osage County warrant, $1,000 cash bond, OCPD.

Feb. 7, 2024

  • Daryl Wayne Trueblood, 61, Burlingame, Harvey County warrant, $7,500 surety bond, OSSO.

Feb. 9, 2024

  • Derick Kashawn Thuston Alexander, 33, Scranton, interference with law enforcement officer, criminal carry of weapon, concealed pistol or firearm on land, abode or business, possession of marijuana, use or possess with intent to use drug paraphernalia into human body, driving while suspended, vehicle liability insurance required, $1,600 surety bond, OPD.

Feb. 10, 2024

  • Steven Austin Parker, 21, Burlingame, domestic battery, $2,500 surety bond, OSSO.
  • Blake Allan Struttman, 38, Osage City, Osage County warrant, $200 cash bond, OSSO.
  • Gabriel Norbert Klutman, 40, Osage City, Osage County warrant, $2,500 surety bond, OCPD.

Arresting agencies: BPD, Burlingame Police Department; CPD, Carbondale Police Department; CFSO, Coffey County Sheriff’s Office; 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.

How can you be a Crime Stopper? Anytime you have knowledge of criminal activities, illegal drug activities, or someone who committed a crime, call Crime Stoppers and report it. Anyone who calls 877-OSCRIME (877-672-7463) with information about a crime is given a code number. Callers don’t have to tell who they are, just what they know. If the information results in an arrest or warrant being issued, the caller is eligible to receive a cash reward.

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