Jail book-ins for March 8-12
According to the Washington County Sheriff's Office, the following people recently were booked into the Washington County jail on suspicion of new charges or for pending court activity. All are considered innocent until proven guilty.
Friday, March 8
Melissa Freiberg, 33, Plum, Wis., by sheriff, Woodbury warrant for third-degree drug possession.
Jason Winterle, 34, Woodbury, by Woodbury police, third-degree DWI; released.
Saturday, March 9
Travail Crumble, 25, St. Paul, by sheriff, Woodbury warrant for first-degree burglary.
Christian Kuphal, 22, Cherry Hill, N.J., by Woodbury police, obscenity (materials depicting minors).
Freddie Lockett Jr., 37, from Ramsey County, Woodbury warrant for theft; released.
Sarah West, 22, White Bear Lake, serving sentence for Woodbury third-degree DWI.
Monday, March 11
Jessica Dewanz, 23, Woodbury, by Woodbury police, obstructing the legal process; released.
Makayla Hubbard, 19, Woodbury, by sheriff (Lake Elmo), fifth-degree drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Brandon Meadows, 21, Coon Rapids, by self, Woodbury warrant for auto theft.
Mark Selchow, 52, Woodbury, by Woodbury police, second-degree DWI.
Tuesday, March 12
Sekour Barnes, 42, Woodbury, by Woodbury police, domestic assault.
Ashley Belisle, 20, Stillwater, by Woodbury police, fifth-degree drug possession, Washington County warrants for underage consumption, shoplifting.
David Raymond Howard, 40, Woodbury, by Woodbury police, traffic violation; released.
Troy Bryce Mitchell, 45, St. Paul, from court, Woodbury warrant for theft.
Renita Satcher, 38, St. Paul, from Olmsted County, Woodbury warrant for shoplifting.
Michael Sheire, 37, Farmington, from Dakota County, Woodbury warrants for forgery, theft.
Dmitry Sorkin, 27, Apple Valley, from Dakota County, Woodbury warrant for fifth-degree drug possession.
Phouthasone Thammavongsa, 38, Minneapolis, by Woodbury police, fourth-degree DWI; released.
Joshua Tipcke, 26, South St. Paul, from Goodhue County, Woodbury warrants for violating order for protection.