Sunday, September 10, 2017

Daily Arrest Records - September 9, 2017 (Saturday)


Brown County Arrests - Saturday September 9, 2017


No claims to the accuracy of this information are made. The information and photos presented on this site have been collected from the websites of County Sheriff's Offices or Clerk of Courts. The people featured on this site may not have been convicted of the charges or crimes listed and are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Do not rely on this site to determine factual criminal evidence. Contact the respective County Clerk or State Attorney's Office for more information. There may be persons listed who are not "newly" arrested, but are being transferred from another Correctional Facility to Brown County for court appearances related to prior charges. Those listed could also be due to scheduled court appearances. The release of this information is intended to educate and protect the public and is not to be used to injure, harass, or commit a criminal act against any individual or their family. 

Booking charges are usually amended with modifiers at the initial court appearance. Charges may change without notice as a result of plea bargaining, court hearings, or jury trials.


1. Ricky Tinajero-Perez
Operating While Under Influence / Drive Under Influence - Liquor 



2. Michelle Renier
Battery or Threat to Judge / Assault (F)




3. Justin Merkel
Probation Violation (M)



4. Jimmy Vado-Bernes
2nd Degree Sexual Assault of Child (F)
Intimidate Victim / Dissuade Reporting (M)



5. Joshua Wood
Strangulation and Suffocation / Assault (F)
Battery / Simple Assault (M)




6. Ryan Stevens
Probation Violation (F) - PO Hold
Contempt of Court / Disobey Order 



7. Marquelus Brown
Battery / Assault (M)
Disorderly Conduct (M)
Intimidate Victim / Dissuade Reporting (M)



8. Clay Langenberg
Disorderly Conduct (M)
Battery (M)


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1 comment:

  1. Really someone threatened a JUDGE
    Throw the book at her.... give her 5 years prison... no early release then ten years supervision.what kind of person does that...

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