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June Jail Stats

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July 9, 2014
June Jail Stats

Operating while intoxicated continues to be at the top of the list for reasons while individuals are booked into the Marshall County Jail. Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the June Top Ten list of booking offenses. Operating While Intoxicated was number one followed by Failure to Appear and then Marijuana. The number four reason was...
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2013 Jail Bookings Report for M.C. Jail

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February 16, 2014
2013 Jail Bookings Report for M.C. Jail

  02/17/14 Marshall County Jail Records Clerk, Kellie Kanarr released the Year-End Activity Report for those being lodged in the Marshall County Jail.  The Top Ten reasons people were booked into the Marshall County Jail during 2013 were: #10.  Public Intoxication (51) #  9.  Illegal Consumption   (54) #  8.  Dealing Cocaine/Meth (91) #  7. ...
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December Jail Report

January 6, 2014
December Jail Report

  01/07/14 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was a very active place in December.  There were 113 jail bookings last month.  The top ten offenses people were lodged in the jail last month were #10-Individuals held for other agencies, #9-Domestic Battery, #8-Operator Never Licensed, #7-Habitual Traffic Violator, and #6-Probation Violation.   The top five were...
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Marshall County Jail October Report

November 11, 2013
Marshall County Jail October Report

11/12/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the October jail report.  The top ten reasons why people were lodged in the County Jail last month were: 10.) Driving While Suspended 9.) Battery 8.) Probation Violations 7.) Marijuana and number 6.) Possession of Controlled Substance.  Looking at the top five includes 5.) Theft 4.) Operator...
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April 2013 Jail Stats

May 9, 2013
April 2013 Jail Stats

  05/10/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the April Jail Stats. There were 140 bookings into the Marshall County Jail last month. 83 men and 49 women were book from the various departments with the Sheriff’s Officers arresting 45 of the males and 16 of the females.  The differences were 8 individuals who...
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February Sheriff’s Department Report

March 7, 2013
February Sheriff’s Department Report

03/08/13 Marshall County Sheriff, Tom Chamberlin released the February Jail Report on Thursday morning. The top ten offenses inmates were booked into the County Jail in February include: #10 Illegal Consumption of Alcohol, #9 Possession of Controlled Substance, #8 Public Intoxication, #7 Battery and #6 Operator Never Licensed.  The top five reasons people were...
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December Sheriff’s Department Report

January 2, 2013
December Sheriff’s Department Report

01/03/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the December Jail Report. The Top Ten Offenses for being lodged in the County Jail last month were: number 10 Domestic Battery, 9 were holds for other counties, 8 Probation Violations, 7 Operator Never Licensed, and 6th Marijuana.  The top five reasons why people were booked into...
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203 Booked into the County Jail in February

March 12, 2012
203 Booked into the County Jail in February

  03/13/12 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin recently released the February statistical report for the jail and 9-1-1. There were 203 jail bookings for the month of February.  The Top 10 offenses booked into the Marshall County Jail were: 10) Cocaine/Meth, 9) Possession of a controlled substance, 8) Theft, 7) Operator never licensed, 6)...
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Sheriff Chamberlin Releases 2011 Jail Report

February 6, 2012
Sheriff Chamberlin Releases 2011 Jail Report

02/07/12  The 2011 Jail Services Report was discussed during the County Commissioner’s meeting Monday morning.  Sheriff Tom Chamberlin said there were 2,085 new adult bookings averaging out to 5.7 per day.  The accumulative inmate stay was 38,169 days.  This averages out to 18.30 days per inmate. The top two reasons while people found themselves...
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