Missing from Norfolk Ne:
Chantel Jorgensen DOB 6-25-1987 W/F, 5’8/300, blnd hair/ Grn eyes
Occasionally Wears glasses, has a butterfly tattoo on left ankle.
Jorgensen was last seen getting into a cab with a white male in the vicinity of the Syracuse apartment complex in Norfolk Ne on 8-3-2020 in the evening hours.
Jorgensen was last seen wearing Black leggings, a dark red or pink dress shirt with a black tank top and brown and black high heels. The unknown male was wearing a blue hat, and gray t shirt.
Jorgensen may still be in the Norfolk area or may be in the Lincoln or Omaha area. Please contact the Madison County Sheriff’s Office 402-454-2110 or any local Authority if you have any information regarding her whereabouts.
|Photo from 2018|
|Approve and send Last updated 08/07/2020 at 10:08 by Jon Downey|
|Sheriff Todd Volk|
|Edit||Subject:||Pursuit and arrest after Norfolk incident August 1, 2020|
|Location:||Madison County and Antelope County|
On August 1, 2020 at approximately 8:45 PM, Deputies of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office were monitoring Norfolk Police Department radio traffic and heard of a shoplifting incident at Target, in Norfolk.
A description of two vehicles were broadcasted and one of the suspect vehicles was located by a Madison County Sheriff Deputy near the 61st Street intersection on Highway 275. After confirming that the Texas plated Nissan Murano, was the suspect vehicle, the Deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the Texas vehicle.
The vehicle did not stop and continued west bound on Highway 275 at times, at speeds in the excess 95 mph, through traffic.
Tire deflation devices were deployed by Nebraska State Patrol and by Antelope County Sheriff’s Office, in Antelope County. The vehicle came to a stop approximately one mile East of Oakdale in Antelope County.
The driver and lone occupant of the vehicle, Madelines Martinez Venero was taken into custody without further incident. A search of the vehicle found numerous suspected stolen items from the incident at Target. Also found was a glass pipe with which contained methamphetamines.
Martinez-Venero was transported to the Madison County Jail and booked in on the following charges:
Possession of a controlled substance
Flight to Avoid Arrest
Willful Reckless Driving
No Operators License
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Battle Creek Police Department, Nebraska State Patrol and the Antelope County Sheriff’s Office in the Pursuit and arrest of the suspect.
An investigation is still underway and more charges may be filed.
|Approve and send Last updated 08/03/2020 at 09:52 by Todd Volk|
|Sheriff Todd Volk|
|Edit||Subject:||Click It or Ticket 2020 Campaign|
2020 CLICK IT OR TICKET CAMPAIGN
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: [6-11-2020]
CONTACT: Sheriff Todd Volk
Click It or Ticket seat belt ENFORCEMENT EFFORT was successful
Madison, Nebraska— From May 18-31, Madison County Sheriff Department successfully shined a spotlight on seat belt use during its annual Click It or Ticket high-visibility enforcement campaign. Law enforcement officers wrote a total of 5 citations for seat belt violations in the process. The campaign, which included the Memorial Day holiday weekend, one of the busiest holiday weekends of the year, was twofold: to combine increased enforcement and a zero-tolerance policy, with effective communication to road users on the importance of seat belt use. The campaign kicked off with a collaborative Border to Border effort, a 1-day national seat belt awareness event coordinated by participating state highway safety offices and their respective law enforcement liaisons.
“This year’s Click It or Ticket campaign was a real success,” said Todd Volk. “Through our enforcement efforts, we believe we made progress. We don’t measure success by number of tickets issued; it’s about reaching people and promoting a simple, lifesaving habit.”
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly half of the passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in 2018 were unrestrained. During this year’s campaign, NHTSA urged law enforcement nationwide to issue seat belt citations to anyone caught in violation of the law—during the day, and at night, when 56% of those killed are unrestrained. By adding patrols at night, and training officers on specific techniques to catch nighttime violators, the campaign—and the nighttime focus—was a “major success,” according to Sheriff Volk.
Deputies had 99 contacts with the public during this period. 35 citations were issued for multiple violations. This year proved to be difficult with all the obstacles with the Covid epidemic. “My Deputies worked hard and safely through the conditions to help educate the public with seat belt usage.” said Sheriff Volk.
A pre and post wave survey was done to see if the whether the enforcement was a success. A 10 percent increase in seatbelt usage was found in Madison County at the conclusion of the mobilization. “The goal was to educate the public and save lives,” said Sheriff Volk.
The national seat belt use rate in 2018 was 89.6%. The Click It or Ticket campaign exists for the remaining 10.4% who still don’t buckle up. Thousands of lives could be saved each year if every person was properly restrained on the road.
For more information on the Click It or Ticket mobilization, please visit www.nhtsa.gov/ciot.
|Click it or Ticket 2020|
|Approve and send Last updated 06/11/2020 at 08:32 by Todd Volk|
|Sheriff Todd Volk|
Madison County Jail, Madison Nebraska, will resume inmate visitation Friday June 12, 2020
Please observe the following guidelines:
- Face masks are preferred for those entering the facility from the outside
- Visitor’s temperature will be taken before entering the facility
- No one is allowed who feels sick or has an symptoms of illness
- Inmates in segregation will not be allowed to have visits
- Inmates on two-week quarantine will not be allowed visits until the two weeks have expired
- No visitors under the age of 18 will be allowed at this time.
These guidelines will be strictly enforced.
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