Jail Bookings – August 22nd, 2017

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Egenlauf, Jeffery

  • Posted a $750 Cash Bond for Battery resulting in Bodily Injury

Furnivall, Trent

  • Released for No Judicial Review on Driving While Suspended-Prior

Lynn, Joe Jr

  • Released back to another Agency after a Court Ordered Hearing

Phelps, Christopher

  • Released upon his Own Recognizance for Failure to Appear-Fines & Costs

Slone, Belinda

  • Released for No Judicial Review on Two Counts of Possession of a Schedule I-IV Controlled Substance, Operating While Intoxicated-Endangering, Operating a Vehicle with a Schedule I or II Controlled Substance & Unlawful Possession or use of a Legend Drug

Vandusen, Scott

  • Posted a $750 Cash Bond for Invasion of Privacy-No Contact Order with Prior

Reserve Officer’s Raffle Winner Announced

 

Winner!

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Reserves are happy to announce the winner of the AR Rifle, which was raffled off to raise funds for the F.O.P. #130, to help pay for the new building at their firearms range.

The winning ticket number was #0173, which belongs to Pam Johnson of Argos Indiana.

Congratulations Ms. Johnson!

Marshall County Jail Starts Beta Test of Remote Video Visitation

Marshall County Jail has becomes the first beta testing facility in the State of Indiana, for Remote Tablet Visitation.
Friends & Family can now visit with their loved one using their home computer, and even some smartphones or tablets.
The video below (How to schedule your first video visit!), courtesy of gettingout.com, has instructions on scheduling your first visit.
The promotional rate is only .15 (fifteen cents) per minute, which is less expensive that even the current telephone rates. Visits are scheduled in 15 or 30 minute blocks, but users will only be charged for the time they use.

Please be aware, that the older style of visitations are still in use as well, so if you need to come to the facility to visit, that option is still available.

**All free visitations must still be used at the facility, until we’re able to fully complete the transition to the telephone company’s hardware. We do not yet have a definitive date for this step, but we will do our best to keep you updated.

Video:  How to schedule your first video visit!

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