Dieter,Brian J.

Dieter,Brian J.

Dieter,Brian J.

Dieter,Brian J.
84825 US Hwy 81 Lot 26 Norfolk, NE.
DOB/7-20-1978 W/M 6’1 190lbs Green Eyes Brown Hair
Obstruct Court Order on Theft shoplifting
Obstruct Court Order On Possess controlled substance
Obstruct Court Order on Theft Shoplifting
Obstruct Court Order on Assault by confined person

Madison County Wanted 8-12-2014

Madison Co Wanted

Madison Co Wanted

Andreas D. Braggs 104 S 9th ST Norfolk, NE. DOB/7-27-1992 Obstruct Court Order on Possess K2 or marijuana
Bictor Hernandez-Gonzalez 609 S 18th ST #7 Norfolk, NE DOB/8-13-1970 DUI/FTA
Norlando Severo-Jose 1104 S 9th ST #4 Norfolk, NE. DOB/5-6-1977 Obstruct Court Order on No Operator License
Domingo Velasquez 609 S 1st ST Norfolk, NE. DOB/10-21-1987 DUI/No Operator License/FTA
Sade S. Smith 801 E Benjamin #106 Norfolk, NE. DOB/10-3-1995 Possess K2 or marijuana/FTA
Stephen C. Thomas 1001 W Norfolk Ave Norfolk, NE. DOB/3-6-1987 Failure to return library materials
Tiffany Turley 5410 N 58th St Omaha, NE. DOB/8-12-1976 Obstruct Court Order on Theft
Juan M. Villarreal 6003 Sunrise Cir Edinburg, TX. DOB/7-15-1981 DUI/Willful reckless driving/FTA

Madison County Wanted 8-12-2014

Position Available – Administrative Assistant at the Madison County Jail

Madison County Jail in Madison Nebraska is presently accepting applications for a full time Administrative Assistant at the Madison County Jail

Administrative Assistant Job Duties:

  • Recordkeeping systems, forms control, and budgetary requirements; payroll, scheduling personnel, accounts receivable and payable.
  • Resolves administrative problems by coordinating preparation of reports, andidentifying solutions.
  • Provides information by answering questions and requests.
  • Maintains supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies.

Education and Experience

  • computer skills and knowledge of relevant software
  • knowledge of operation of standard office equipment.
  • knowledge of clerical and administrative procedures and systems such as filing and recordkeeping
  • knowledge of principles and practices of basic office management

Key Competencies

  • communication skills – written and verbal
  • professionalism
  • planning and organizing
  • prioritizing
  • problem assessment and problem solving
  • information gathering and information monitoring
  • attention to detail and accuracy
  • supply management
  • flexibility
  • adaptability
  • customer service orientation
  • teamwork

Salary will start at $12 per hour; after 6 months $12.50 per hour; $13 per hour after 1 year of successful completion of 1 year of probation.

Benefits are paid single health insurance, paid 80 hours of vacation per year, 12 paid holidays; paid sick leave; and inclusion in the County retirement plan.

If interested applications maybe picked up at the Madison County Sheriff’s Office or download an application. Applications must be post marked or received no later than midnight 08-25-2014

Equal Opportunity Employer e-mail mcso@nullmadisoncountysheriff.com

Madison County Wanted 8-5-2014

Madison Co Wanted

Madison Co Wanted

Madison County Wanted 8-5-2014

Nyagoa D. Toang 801 E Benjamin Ave #101 Norfolk, NE. DOB/10-14-1995 Obstruct Court Order on MIP
Michael Toth 12400 Fairhill Rd Cleveland, OH. DOB/6-16-1973 DUI/Refuse to submit to test/FTA
Jose Velazquez 1114 Pierce St Norfolk, NE. DOB/9-15-1990 Obstruct a peace officer/Breathe/inhale/drink certain compounds/FTA
Erick Weisz 3207 S 12th St #8 Norfolk, NE. DOB/6-18-1986 DUS/Possess K2 or Marijuana/FTA
Allen Weitzel Winnebago, NE. DOB/4-10-1991 Obstruct Court Order on Escape
Latoya Whitedress 1806 Parker Cir #H Norfolk, NE. DOB/2-16-1988 Theft by shoplifting
Rico White Dress 1414 3rd St Norfolk, NE. DOB/2-23-1989 Obstruct Court Order on Assault/Commit Child abuse
Jenni Whitehurst 831 S 9th Norfolk, NE. DOB/2-25-1986 Obstruct Court Order on Theft unlawful taking
Elicia Wilson 609 S 18th St Norfolk, NE. DOB/11-13-1988 Obstruct Court Order on No reg/No proof ins/Failure to yield right of way
Daniel F. Zuniga 3206 17th St Columbus, NE. DOB/10-4-1976 Failure to return library materials

Hawkinson,Trenton J.

Hawkinson,Trenton J.

Hawkinson,Trenton J.

Hawkinson,Trenton J.
428 E Nebraska St Pierce, NE.
DOB/5-26-1985 W/M 6’0 160lbs Green Eyes Blond Hair
Obstruct Court Order on Violate Protection Order
Obstruct Court Order on Possess controlled substance/Theft-shoplifting

Madison County Wanted 7-29-2014

Madison County Wanted 7-29-2014

Madison Co Wanted

Madison County Wanted 7-29-2014

Raymond J. Arreola 304 Omaha Ave Norfolk, NE. DOB/12-3-1989 Disturbing the peace/FTA
Maegen R. Daughdrill 902 S 16th St #1 Norfolk,NE. DOB/6-15-1985 Obstruct Court Order on No valid Reg/No proof Insurance/No Operators License
Levi D. Engebretson 921 S 13th Pl Norfolk, NE. DOB/1-3-1989 Obstruct Court Order on Theft-shoplifting
Jennifer M. Foster 1131 McIntosh Rd #217 Norfolk, NE. DOB/12-12-1977 Obstruct Court Order on Negligent Driving
Ahmed A. Jama DOB/1-1-1978 Obstruct Court Order on Terroristic Threats
Mark A. Lovett 825 S 8th St Norfolk, NE. DOB/ 11-15-1977 Obstruct Court Order on DUS
Rowena A. Moreland 1222 Hayes Norfolk, NE. DOB/1-13-1980 Possess or use drug paraphernalia
Blake O’Connor 305 E O’Neill St Battle Creek, NE. DOB/4-20-1988 DUS/FTA/DUS/DTA
Jessica Tiemens 105 Goldstrike DR #1 Norfolk, NE. DOB/8-12-1989 Obstruct Court Order on Failure to return library materials
Paul Tiemens 612 7th St Wisner, NE. DOB/7-21-1981 Failure to return library materials

Madison County sheriff addresses graduates

Reprinted from the Norfolk Daily News
By MIKE RENNING regional@nullnorfolkdailynews.com

sheriff vern hjorth

Sheriff Vern Hjorth

“My initial training consisted of a couple of days riding around with someone,” Madison County Sheriff Vern Hjorth said. “And then they gave me a thick book of statutes and told me to go to work.”

Hjorth was the keynote speaker Friday at the graduation ceremony for the 188th class of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center here.

Forty-five people received certification for passing the 16-week basic training course designed to give the graduates the necessary skills knowledge to effectively function as a law enforcement officer in Nebraska.

Hjorth said it was a challenge to decide what to say in his speech to the graduates because he knew the center’s course instructors had given them everything they needed to know throughout the 16-week program.

Hjorth said he received his answer earlier this week as he related a story about running into a judge Monday who gave him some sage advice.

“The judge said he recently had to dismiss a case for a driving under the influence charge. The only reason the charge was thrown out was because the arresting officer couldn’t communicate to the judge the probable cause for pulling the offending driver over in the first place,” Hjorth said.

So the sheriff appealed to the new officers to put down their cell phones and quit texting all the time.

“It’s time to get back out there and meet the people face-to-face,” he said. “When you stop to get gas or stop at a public function — stop and say hello to individuals. Talk to them and ask them how they are doing.”

There are so many different technological communication devices available today that people tend to forget about the most basic communication of talking directly to someone, he added.

“We also need to remember we are not at war with the public,” the 44-year law enforcement veteran said. “We are here to serve the public.”

Graduates receiving certification Friday included seven individuals from five Northeast Nebraska law enforcement agencies.

Two of the new officers were from the Norfolk Police Division, two were from the Madison County Sheriff’s Department and there was one each from the Thurston County Sheriff’s Department, Brown County Sheriff’s Department and Wheeler County Sheriff’s Department.

Hjorth saved perhaps his best advice for last in his address.

“In your career you will see some things you will not be able to handle,” he said. “Go to your church or your place of faith and sit and think about it for 15 to 20 minutes. Pretty soon you will feel this hand on your back comforting you and helping you.

“Don’t turn around. There won’t be anyone standing there, but something is there to help you along.”