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Dalton James Subbert

Jail Location
Minnesota
~26yo

Personal Details

Date of birth: 1995

Recent Arrests

Booking date: Sep 2, 2015
Booking location: Martin County, MN

Booking date: Jul 24, 2015
Booking location: Martin County, MN

Booking date: Feb 2, 2015
Booking location: Martin County, MN

Booking date: Sep 5, 2014
Booking location: Martin County, MN

Booking date: Aug 25, 2014
Booking location: Martin County, MN

Booking date: Aug 1, 2014
Booking location: Martin County, MN

Recent Charges

Status: Sentenced
Projected release date: Oct 31, 2015
Charge: Burglary-1st Deg-Dwelling-Occupied-Non-A
Agency: Fairmont PD

Status: Sentenced
Projected release date: Jul 21, 2034
Charge: Aiding an Offender on Probation/Parole/S
Agency: Fairmont PD

Status: Sentenced
Projected release date: May 22, 2015
Charge: Burglary-1st Deg-Dwelling-Occupied-Non-A
Agency: Fairmont PD

Status: 2 Assault-5th Deg-Inflict or Attempt Bodil Pending
Charge: Burglary-1st Degree
Agency: Fairmont PD

Status: Pending
Charge: Assault-5th Deg-Inflict or Attempt Bodil
Agency: 2

Status: Pending
Charge: Domestic Abuse No Contact Order - Violat
Agency: Martin County Sheriff

Status: Pending
Charge: Contempt of Court - Willful Disobedience
Agency: Fairmont PD

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