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We will serve, protect and defend the citizens of Osage County against all unlawful activities that may arise by being a visible force in all communities.  We will operate within the laws of the State of Missouri and the United States of America.  We will ensure that justice be our guide and the well being of our citizens our goal.  We wi

We will serve, protect and defend the citizens of Osage County against all unlawful activities that may arise by being a visible force in all communities.  We will operate within the laws of the State of Missouri and the United States of America.  We will ensure that justice be our guide and the well being of our citizens our goal.  We will serve with compassion and dignity and exhibit the best qualities of public service.  We will ever be vigilant, ensuring that Law Enforcement will NOT be about race, status, or power, but about protecting our families and serving all citizens of Osage County. 

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                    Osage  County Sheriff's Office

                    106 E. Main Street

                     P.O. Box 619

                     Linn, MO 65051

                      Phone - (573) 897-3927, ext 800

                     Jail - (573) 897-5750 

                     Tip Line - (573) 897-9936 

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Sheriff: Michael Bonham 

Captain: Travis Shaffer

Chief of Staff : Andi Rice

Detective Lieutenant : Nick Pappas

Detention Lieutenant: Shelda Sternberg

Clerk: Charlotte Townley

Take a look a look at our Strategic 10 year plan!

Osage County Sheriffs 10 Year Plan (docx)

Patrol Division

Deputies, and several reserve deputies, cover 611 square miles including the municipalities of Linn, Chamois, Freeburg, Westphalia, Meta, Argyle and Belle and smaller communities, on a daily basis.  This division includes routine vehicle patrol, marine and off-road equipment deployable to assist our communities at any time. 

Boat Division:

The Boat Division patrols all accessible waterways within the confines of Osage County and any others upon request and with consent.

ATV/ UTV Division: 

The ATV / UTV Division provides the Sheriff's Office the ability to search and occasionally patrol areas that would otherwise be inaccessible to the common car, truck or SUV.  These vehicles are often used in major events or searching for missing persons / property. 

Detention Division

The Detention Division works in tandem with the Patrol Division by booking and providing basic needs for the subjects brought in pending charges or warrants. The Detention Division also ensures these personnel a present for court appearances and responsible for their timely release when granted by the judicial system.

** WE'RE HIRING ** - We are always looking for ambitious personnel who are interested in beginning their law enforcement career by starting in the Osage County Detention  Center! This allows for a front line view of what the Sheriff's Office is all about. Many of our employees have the goals of becoming a road deputy. Let us introduce you to your law enforcement future! Come see us in person or visit Indeed.com by clicking   https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=detention+officer&l=Linn%2C+MO&ts=1619729211019&rq=1&rsIdx=0 for details or contact us by phone. Digital applications are available for downloading at the bottom of this page.  

Incarcerated inmates have access to commissary items such as e-cigs, phone cards etc. Money or money orders can be dropped off at the Detention Center at any time. Funds can be applied to an inmates account in a similar way over the phone. You must call (573) 897-5750 and leave the following information:

             Full Name

             Address

             Card Type

             Card Number

             Expiration Date

             3-Digit Security Code

             Phone Number

Failure to provide all the above information will prevent the transaction from being completed. All information is destroyed immediately after the transaction is verified complete. Processing fees do apply and they vary depending on the deposit amount. These are automatically generated by the POS system. You will be immediately notified if your card is declined.

Phone Services

The Osage County Detention Center uses  Cidnet.  This is a system that connects you to your incarcerated loved one. Similar to a cell phone plan, data is sold at a universal rate of $0.30 per 1 Megabyte (MB). You can use this data to talk through Cidnet’s Voice, Video, and Mail Apps. As you use these apps, the system tracks how much data you use in every instance of communication, known as a Cidnet Utilization Event (CUE). 

The Osage County Detention Center now offers the ability to text in jail.  Attorney calls are not recorded.  If the incarcerated individual has a private attorney, please notify the facility so we may set these contact numbers up accordingly. Each inmate automatically has the Public Defender's Office set to "do not record." 

  

The CIDNET App is Now Available on the Google Play Store. The CIDNET app boasts many improvements over the traditional phone-browser experience. For one thing, there’s no need to keep track of open tabs or remember account login information. It’s a much more streamlined user experience. In addition, the official CIDNET app has controls and input fields that have been optimized for Android users. There’s also the added benefit of notifications. Previously, the only notifications available to CIDNET customers were delivered to the user’s email. Now, whenever a new message is received or a video visitation is approved, the customer can get a notification sent straight to their phone. CIDNET Public Portal will support video visitation on iPhones. In addition, customers using the Android App will need to update their applications to the latest version (2.0) available on the Google Play Store.

 For more information about Citnet, https://customer.cidnet.net/

Court Security

The Osage County Detention Center is also responsible for providing Court Security and Bailiff services to the Judicial Officials operating within the Osage County Court House. Anything not pertaining to your current court case or your general visit to the court house should be left in your vehicle.  Cell phones, cameras and other recording and transmission devices are NOT allowed in the Osage County Courtroom. This Rule only applies to the Osage County Courtroom not the entire Courthouse.   If you have an impending court date, again, please leave your phone and unnecessary items in your vehicle. If you have prior approval from a judge to bring your cell phone, camera or other recording device into the courtroom, you will need to present that paperwork upon entering the courthouse.  If you have any questions about this policy, you may contact the Osage County Circuit Clerk's Office at 573-897-3114. Your cooperation is appreciated.

Mobile Patrol

  Mobile Patrol is a downloadable application offered by Appriss Safety Solutions that notifies victims of crime where incarcerated individuals may be in custody regardless of municipality, county or state. That application may be obtained by visiting the Apple Store, Google Play Store. If the incarcerated person your may be looking for does not appear on this website we encourage you to call the facility for verification. Staff on site will be able to confirm whether or not a person is incarcerated however further information may not be provided by policy. 

  VINELink,   otherwise known as "Victim Information and Notification Everyday", is another application offered by Appriss Safety Solutions with similar features. It too can be accessed through the Apple Store, Google Play Store. If the incarcerated person your may be looking for does not appear on this website we encourage you to call the facility for verification. Staff on site will be able to confirm whether or not a person is incarcerated however further information may not be provided by policy.  

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Commonly requested forms & literature.

CPC Phone Instructions (pdf)

CPC Chirping Agreement (pdf)

Debit or Credit Commissary Deposit Instructions (pdf)

Osage County Sheriff Employment Application-Fillable (pdf)

Osage County Sheriffs Office Voluntary Statement-Fillable (pdf)

Commendation Form (pdf)

Complaint Form (pdf)

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Call (573) 897-9936 to submit a confidential tip to the Osage County Sheriff's Office.  

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OSAGE COUNTY PUBLIC RECORDS

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Osage County Background Information

Osage County is found in the state of Kansas. Lyndon is the current Osage County seat. Osage County was home to 15,766 residents back in 2020.

It was formed in 1859.

It was named for the Osage Native American Tribe. It is a Midwestern Native American tribe of the Great Plains.

Osage County is included in the Topeka Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Osage County Arrest Records

In Osage County, arrest records are kept on each crime. In Osage County, crimes are split up into two main groups. These two sections are property crime and violent crime. Property crimes are made up of larceny, automobile theft, and burglary. Violent crimes include things such as murder, robbery, forcible rape, and aggravated assault. Back in 2021, there were 21 violent and 75 property crimes in Osage County. Osage County Sheriff’s Office can be contacted at:

Osage County Criminal Records

Osage County records their criminal activity in the form of criminal records. These records cover murders, rapes, burglaries, arson, motor vehicle theft, assaults, and crimes of a sexual nature. In Osage County and the entire state of Kansas, the authorities must keep an up-to-date register listing each and every sex offender in the area. These include any individual living, working, attending school, or in prison in the Osage County area. As it is in the public interest, all Osage County residents can access this list.

All citizens in Osage County can search for sex offenders in their area. By using a search tool, residents must simply enter their desired zip code, and it will then list all sex offenders found within a given radius in Osage County. Residents can also search by name for particular offenders. These searches do not exclude any incarcerated or non-compliant offenders.

Each and every criminal record is regularly updated in Osage County. Residents of Osage County can use the search tool in order to access the records in question. Osage County residents can also use this tool to lookup any nearby prisoner.

Osage County Court Records

In Osage County, court records are taken care of by the court clerk. In Osage County, residents can access court records in-person at:

Osage County Courthouse 717 Topeka Avenue 3rd Floor P.O. Box 549 Lyndon, KS 66451 Phone: (785) 828-4514 Fax: (785) 828-4704

The Court of Appeals of Kansas has the power to oversee any decision made by lower courts when an appeal is made. These lower courts are made up of the 105 superior or trial courts found across the state's 105 counties, including Osage County.

NOTE - Standard court records are delivered via one of three ways once payment has been made in Osage County. The three ways are fax, email, or mail. In contrast, any certified or official documents must be presented through mail and mail only in Osage County.

Osage County Public Records

Each individual Osage County and Kansas resident has vital records kept on them. In fact, Osage County, along with the other Kansas counties, is in command of compiling some of these documents and sending them to the state government. These records include but are not limited to birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, death certificates, divorce certificates, and much more.

For example, the Osage County clerk is in control of acquiring all marriage records. Copies of every vital record are then sent to the Office of Vital Statistics. In the past, county clerks have also been in control of amassing birth and death records. All Osage County records, as well as every other county's, are located in one central registry. The records can be utilized in the future for statistical analysis.

The Kansas Open Records Act 1976 ensures that all citizens of Kansas and Osage County can access and copy vital public records. Any public records, both state and local, can be accessed thanks to the Kansas Open Records Act 1976. The Kansas Open Records Act 1976 was amended back in 1994. Osage County citizens can obtain public records in-person at:

NOTE - If a requester in Osage County wishes to secure a record in-person, they must adhere to a number of rules. The opening hours for the Osage County office are 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. CST from Monday to Friday. In Osage County, a photo ID is needed to acquire records in-person. A driver's license or a state ID would be acceptable. Requesters must also put each public record request in writing in Osage County in order to be successful.

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Welcome To Osage County

Oklahoma’s largest county.

At the Osage County Sheriff’s Office, our mission is to be the foundation on which everyone in Osage County may thrive, by strengthening public trust and ensuring safe, secure environments through quality, professional law enforcement.

Osage County is the largest county by area in the state of Oklahoma. Created in 1907 when Oklahoma was admitted as a state, the county is named for and is home to the federally recognized Osage Nation. The county is coextensive with the Osage Nation Reservation, established by treaty in the 19th century when the Osage relocated there from Kansas. The county seat is in Pawhuska, one of the first three towns established in the county. The total population of the county as of 2020 was 45,818.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,304 square miles (5,970 km2), of which 2,246 square miles (5,820 km2) is land and 58 square miles (150 km2) (2.5%) is water. Most of the county is in the Osage Plains, and consists of open prairie. The eastern part of the county contains the Osage Hills, an extension of the Flint Hills in Kansas. Tallgrass Prairie Preserve is north of Pawhuska.

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OSAGE COUNTY PUBLIC RECORDS

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Osage County Background Information

The state of Missouri features 115 counties, including Osage County. In Osage County, the current seat is Linn. There were 13,379 habitants back in 2021 in Osage County.

It was organized in 1841.

It was named from the Osage River. Osage River is a 276-mile-long (444 km) tributary of the Missouri River in central Missouri in the United States.

Osage County is part of the Jefferson City, MO Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Osage County Arrest Records

In Osage County, arrest records are kept on each individual crime. Crimes in Osage County are broken into two sections. These two sections are property crime and violent crime. The three main property crime categories are car theft, larceny, and burglary. On the flip side, the violent crime classes include murder, rape, assault, and robbery. In 2021, there were a total of 4 violent and 45 property crimes across Osage County.

Osage County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff: Mike Bonham 106 E. Main Linn, MO 65051 Phone: (573) 897-3927 Fax: (573) 897-4383

Osage County Criminal Files

The criminal records in Osage County are constantly updated and include jail and inmate records. This search tool can reveal any jailed or on release person in Osage County. In Osage County, and the entire state of Missouri, the authorities must keep an up to date register listing every sex offender in the area. This includes any offender living, working, incarcerated, or attending school within the jurisdiction of Osage County. Citizens of Osage County have the right to access this register.

Sex offenders can be searched for in Osage County. People can also search for specific people by using this search tool. These searches also include any incarcerated or non-compliant offenders across Osage County.

Osage County Court Documents

Court records in Osage County are maintained by the county courthouse. In Osage County, people can access court records at:

In Missouri, the Court of Appeals is used when one person contests a decision made at a lower court. Lower courts may refer to the 115 superior or trial courts across the 105 state counties, including Osage County.

NOTE - Court records are sent one of three ways in Osage County. The three ways are: fax, email, or mail. Only mail delivery is available for certified or official documents in Osage County.

Osage County Public Files

Each individual Osage County resident has vital records kept on them. In fact, the authorities in Osage County are tasked with collecting some vital records themselves. These records include, but are not limited to, birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, marriage licenses, death certificates, divorce certificates, and much more.

All marriage records are amassed by the county clerk in Osage County and then forwarded to the state. The records are received and maintained by the Office of Vital Statistics. In the past, the Osage County office has also been in charge of collecting birth and death records. All Osage County records are sent to the central registry, along with records from all 114 other counties. All records can then be kept safe and used for statistical analysis.

In 1961, The Missouri Public Records Law was passed, allowing all Osage County occupants to access and copy public records. The law gives each and every inhabitant of the state the fundamental right to access all public records, whether they are held by the local or state government. 2006 was the last amendment to this law. To obtain a public record in Osage County, you must go at:

Having said that, each individual record comes at a cost, as it takes both time to source the records and resources to print them. In Osage County, a person has to pay $15 for the first copy of their desired birth record. In Osage County, all death records cost $13 for the first initial copy. Any extra copy ordered together as the original are then available for $10 each.

NOTE - In Osage County, there are rules a person must follow to acquire records. Firstly, the office is only open from Monday to Friday, somewhere between 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CST. To be granted access to records, a person must also bring in a form of photo ID. Driver's licenses and state IDs constitute acceptable forms of ID. A person must also put every single request in writing in Osage County in order to be successful.

OSAGE COUNTY PUBLIC RECORDS

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What are Osage County Arrest Records?

Osage County Sheriff's Office 900 S St Paul Ave Pawhuska, OK 74056 (918) 287-3535

Crime Statistics

What are osage county criminal records, how do i get osage county criminal records.

To book an appointment or enquire for more information, requesting parties may call the County Sheriff on the Phone: (918) 456-2583.

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation 6600 N. Harvey Oklahoma City, OK 73116

How to Find Osage County Sex Offender Information

  • Basic search: Full name and location
  • Offense search: Type of offense, aggravated or habitual
  • Appearance search: Physical appearance details such as sex, hair color, eye color, race, height, and other physical definers
  • Map search: Detailed location information

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Osage County Jail?

The loved ones and acquaintances of inmates in Osage county jail are permitted to visit their loved ones in detention once weekly. Visitors may visit between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, from Monday to Friday, excluding state holidays. Visits may only last for 25 minutes. Minors are not allowed to visit inmates alone except if accompanied by an adult. Adults must also possess a state-issued photo identification to qualify to visit an inmate. The jail administration does not condone indecent or inappropriate dressing that is suggestive or revealing. A record and warrant check will be conducted on all visitors to determine if they have previously been convicted.

Visitors may contact the facility for any other information needed.

Osage County Sheriff's Office 900 S St Paul Ave Pawhuska, OK 74056 Booking: (918) 287-4295 Booking Fax: (918) 287-4068 Admin Fax: (918) 287-0014

Where and How to Find Osage County Inmate Information

What are osage county court records.

Osage county court records include court files that are generated by the Court Clerk during court proceedings in Municipal, District and Circuit Courts. Examples of these include case files, dockets, and transcripts. The Court Clerk is also charged with the responsibility of filing, maintaining, and providing access to these records. Requesting parties may retrieve court records by submitting request applications at the office of the County Court Clerk by mail or in person. The office of the County Court Clerk is located at the address below:

Osage County Court Clerk County government office Pawhuska, OK Phone: (918) 287-4104

Requesting parties may visit the office of the County Court Clerk between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, from Monday to Friday except for state holidays.

Location of All Courts in Osage County

Below is a list of the courts in Osage County and their respective addresses and contact information:

Osage County District Court Osage County Courthouse 600 Grandview Avenue, Pawhuska, OK 74056 Phone: (918) 287-4104

Avant Municipal Court 235 Broadway Avenue, P.O. Box 147, Avant, OK 74001 Phone: (918) 263-3205

Barnsdall Municipal Court 409 West Main Street, P.O. Box 579, Barnsdall, OK 74002 Phone: (918) 847-2795

Fairfax Municipal Court 150 East Elm Street, Fairfax, OK 74637 Phone: (918) 642-5211

Hominy Municipal Court City Hall 219 West 1st Street, Hominy, OK 74035 Phone: (918) 885-2164 Fax: (918) 885-4730

Pawhuska Municipal Court 118 West Main Street, Pawhuska, OK 74056 Phone: (918) 287-1798 Fax: (918) 287-2841

Shidler Municipal Court 351 North Cosden Avenue, P.O. Box 335, Shidler, OK 74652 Phone: (918) 793-7171

Skiatook Municipal Court 110 North Broadway, Skiatook, OK 74070 Phone: (918) 396-2797 ext. 106

Wynona Municipal Court 315 West Osage Street, P.O. Box 580, Wynona, OK 74084 Phone: (918) 846-2526

What are Osage County Vital Records?

Where and how to get osage county divorce and marriage records.

Requestors in Osage may retrieve divorce and marriage records by visiting the office of the County Court Clerk or mailing request applications to the office of the County Court Clerk. The County Clerk maintains a record of all court documents on divorce and marriage proceedings in Osage county. The request process requires that requestors provide the necessary information needed to process the vital records requests, which include the full name of the parties to the record and the date of the marriage or divorce. Requestors are also required to pay a $15 search processing fee per record.

The office of the County Court Clerk is located at the address below:

Osage County Court Clerk County government office Pawhuska, OK United States Phone: (918) 287-4104

Where and How to Get Osage County Birth Records

Request applications should be sent to the address below:

Osage Health Department 1115 E 15th St, Pawhuska, OK 74056 Phone: (918) 287-3740

Where and How to Get Osage County Death Records

Requestors may retrieve copies of county death records by applying to the Osage State Health Department (OSHD) with request applications in person or by mail. Direct relatives, legal representatives, and other persons authorized by court order in the Osage County Court may retrieve copies of death records dated as far back as 1908 to date. The fee for processing records requests applications is $15 per record, but commemorative heirloom certificates attract a $35 charge. Requestors must provide the following information to facilitate the record request process:

  • First and last name of the deceased
  • Full date death
  • The county of death

Request applications are processed at the address below:

In addition to government agencies, county public records may also be obtained from third-party websites. These non-government platforms come with intuitive tools that allow for expansive searches. Record seekers may either opt to use these tools to search for a specific record or multiple records. Users are able to search third-party websites remotely for multiple records at a time with just the name of the record subject and their last known location, including the city, county, or state. Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Oklahoma Arrests

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Osage County OK Arrest Records and Warrants

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Searching for arrest warrants in Osage County will require a trip to either the Sheriff’s Office or the Clerk of Court’s office. Neither office maintains online records for the public to use, nor will either office give you information by telephone. Therefore, if you believe you or someone you know has an arrest warrant pending, you should visit both offices to ensure that you conduct a complete warrant search for all arrest warrants pending in Osage County.

The Sheriff’s Office is the first place to begin your warrant search in Osage County since it executes arrest warrants for the county. This office has the task of serving and executing arrest warrants that the court signs. You can view a list of the county’s featured fugitives online , as well as get information about current inmates. To get information about outstanding warrants and arrest records, contact the Sheriff’s Office in person at 900 S. St. Paul Avenue, Pawhuska, OK 74056.

To complete a warrant search, you should research the criminal court cases in Osage County because most criminal cases begin with an arrest warrant. The Court Clerk maintains records for all criminal cases filed within Osage County. Contact the office at 600 Grandview Avenue, Pawhuska, OK 74056. You can search for active court cases and obtain copies of court records through the Clerk’s Office.

To view a list of the state’s most wanted fugitives and a list of current escapes, access the Oklahoma Department of Corrections website.

How do access arrest records and details on warrants from Osage County over the phone? (Valid in 2021)

  • Need general police and crime-related information- Contact the Sheriff’s Office at (918) 287-3131/ (888) 287-3150.
  • Want to obtain arrest records and information on warrants- Contact the Sheriff’s Department at (918) 287-3535
  • Need to know about recent arrests- Contact the Osage County Jail at (918) 287-4295.
  • Want to do a warrants search through the judiciary- Contact the trial court at (918) 287-4108.
  • Need to obtain criminal case records- Contact the Clerk of Court’s office at (918) 287-4104.
  • Want more information about victim aid- Contact the District Attorney’s Office at (918) 287-1510.

Osage County, OK crime data

Osage County’s yearly crime average decreased by 15% in 2019, reaching 388 incidents. The rate of violent crime stood at 56 instances. Around 8 occurrences of rape and 40 cases of serious assault were reported in 2019. Larceny-theft accounted for more than 153 of the property crime complaints, while burglaries accounted for 140 of them.

Older crime statistics

From 1999 through 2008, there were approximately 10,000 crimes committed in Osage County. Of those crimes, almost 1,600 were considered violent. The majority of crimes committed within the county were related to either theft or burglary. During this 10-year period, crimes rose by almost fifty percent.

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Osage Beach Police Make 3 Arrests Over Past Week

The Osage Beach Police Department reports three arrests for the week ending on Sunday.

Two of the arrests, a 34-year-old man from Kaiser and a 56-year-old from Osage Beach, were arrested on outstanding warrants for failure to appear in court.

The other individual arrested was a 32-year-old woman from Eldon for DWI and C&I driving.

Osage Beach police also conducted 83 traffic stops and assisted on 24 fire department-related calls for the week.

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Osage County Jail Log, Jan. 4, 2022 – Jan. 8, 2023

The following individuals were booked into the Osage County Jail in connection with charges or warrants as listed by the arresting agency.

Jan. 4, 2023

  • Tanner Chase Abbott, 29, Ottawa, driving under the influence, interference with law enforcement officer, possession of firearm while under the influence, OSSO.

Jan. 5, 2023

  • David Cory Doan, 31, Lyndon, arrest by law enforcement officer, Osage County warrant for probation violation, OSSO.

Jan. 6, 2023

  • Yvette Iileen Anspaugh, 54, Carbondale, Osage County warrant for worthless check, CPD.

Jan. 7, 2023

  • Christian Allen McMullen, 45, Leavenworth, driving under the influence, OSSO.
  • Christiana Marie Williams, 22, Osage City, assault on law enforcement officer, criminal threat, OCPD.
  • Keith Darell Riley Jr., 30, Wichita, distribute marijuana, driving while suspended, no tax stamp, possession of certain stimulants, possession of drug paraphernalia, registration, KHP.

Jan. 8, 2023

  • Jon Howard Milligan, 39, Pleasant Valley, Mo., warrant arrest, driving while suspended, operate vehicle without registration, use or possess drug paraphernalia with intent to use in human body, vehicle insurance, display of license plate, OSSO.
  • Mickey James Roger Mullican, 18, Osage City, aggravated battery, OCPD.
  • Shelly Rene Stephens, 45, Osawatomie, possess opiates, possess drug paraphernalia, possess marijuana, traffic contraband into correctional facility, unlawfully obtain prescription drug, insurance, OSSO.

Arresting agencies: BPD, Burlingame Police Department; CPD, Carbondale Police Department; CFSO, Coffey County Sheriff’s Office; KDOC, Kansas Department of Corrections; KDWPT, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism; KHP, Kansas Highway Patrol; LPD, Lyndon Police Department; MPD, Melvern Police Department; OCPD, Osage City Police Department; OPD, Overbrook Police Department; OSSO, Osage County Sheriff’s Office; QPD, Quenemo Police Department; SPD, Scranton Police Department.

Recent sheriff’s reports:

At 1:40 p.m. Jan. 8, 2023, an Osage County Sheriff’s deputy conducted a traffic stop at milepost 46 on K-31 highway, near Melvern, for a traffic violation. During the stop, illegal narcotics were located. The driver of the vehicle, Shelly R. Stephens, 45, of Osawatomie, Kan., was taken into custody and transported to the Osage County Jail on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of a prescription only drug, traffic contraband into a correctional facility, and driving without insurance.

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How do you find someone who is in jail in osage county, search for information about an inmate in the osage county jail and view their jail mugshot:.

  • Review the Jail Roster, or
  • Call the Osage County Jail at 785-828-4991
  • Look up the offender's criminal charges
  • Find out their bond, and
  • View their public mugshot in the roster.

If you cannot find the mugshot of the offender that has been arrested, it is because Osage County or the state of Kansas has recently changed their policy regarding publicly posting them in the jail roster. However, you can write the jail at the following address and request a copy of an inmate's mugshot be mailed or sent by email to you. Make sure to include your email address in all correspondence.

Osage County Jail 702 Ash Lyndon, KS 66451 Attention: Media Relations - Inmate Mugshot Request

Mail, click on the link below, or call the facility at 785-828-4991 for the information you are looking for. 

How do I find out if someone was arrested in Osage County?

There are five ways to find out if someone was arrested in Osage County: 1.     Look them up on the official jail inmate roster. 2.     Look them up on vinelink.com, a national inmate tracking resource. 3.    Call the jail at 785-828-4991 . This is available 24 hours a day. 4.    Write or visit the jail and request information.   You can reach them at: Osage County Jail 702 Ash Lyndon, KS 66451 5.    Do a search online using this person’s name, the town or city you think they were arrested in, and the crime you think they were arrested for. Sometimes the local newspaper, police department or sheriff’s office will have a daily police blotter published on their website.

What information is included in jail booking records and the jail roster?

Jail booking records , also known as the jail roster, typically include the following information: •    Full name of the inmate •    Inmate's physical characteristics (age, sex, height, weight, etc.) •    Inmate’s mugshot(s) •    Booking number, Inmate ID#, Jacket #, etc. •    Booking date and time •    Charges or offense details – the applicable statute •    Bond or bail amount, if applicable •    Court date, if set, plus the court name and location •    Previous arrests in this jurisdiction, conviction details, and sentence

  • Note that not all this information will be included. Most booking records and jail inmate rosters contain only the basic information such as name, date of arrest and the criminal charge.
  • The amount and quality of the information depends on the state’s laws and the jail’s policies.

How often are jail booking records and rosters updated?

Most jails update their records at least once per day. Some booking information is updated as often as every 15 minutes in the roster. From the time a person is first arrested until when they are booked in the jail, it can be as short as a couple of hours, up to 24 hours, or even longer if they were arrested during a major event such as a protest or riot in which hundreds of people were arrested at the same time.

How do I find an inmate in the Osage County Jail?

There are seven ways to find an inmate in Osage County or the Osage County Jail: 1.     Look them up on the official jail inmate roster. 2.     Look them up on vinelink.com, a national inmate tracking resource. 3.    Call the jail at 785-828-4991 . This is available 24 hours a day. 4.    Call local police departments in Osage County. Sometimes the local jails will hold recent arrestees for up to 72 hours before transporting them the Osage County Jail. 5.    Check with the jails in neighboring counties and look up their rosters. It is always possible they were arrested there instead of Osage County. 6.    Write or visit the jail and request information.   Osage County Jail 702 Ash Lyndon, KS 66451 7.    Do a search online using this person’s name, the town or city you think they were arrested in, and the crime you think they were arrested for. Sometimes the local newspaper, police department or sheriff’s office will have a daily police blotter published on their website as well.

How do I find an inmate in a Kansas state prison?

You can find an inmate in the Kansas Department of Corrections by searching for them on the State Prison Locator , Vinelink.com (a nationwide inmate locator resource), or by calling the Department of Corrections.

How do I find an inmate in federal prison?

  • The United States Bureau of Prisons maintains an up-to-date inmate locator  where you can look up any inmate that has been in federal prison from 1982 to the present day. 
  • If they are currently in custody, you can see what institution they are in.
  • If they are in transport, meaning they are being shuttled from one prison to another, that information will not be available. If they are no longer in custody, it will list their discharge date.
  • Other information provided is their BOP Registry Number (inmate ID#), their race, age and release date.
  • If they are in custody, there are links to how to visit them, send them money, communicating with them and sending the prison a concern you may have about them.

How do I find a detainee in an ICE facility?

  • The US Immigration and Custom’s Enforcement maintains an up-to-date online detainee locator of all foreign detainees aged 18 and older that are in the custody of ICE. 
  • When searching by name, a detainee's first and last names are required and must be an exact match. When inputting a hyphenated last name into the Online Detainee Locator System, include the hyphen for the locator to find the individual (e.g., Doe-Smith).
  • You can also search by using an A-number (Alien Registration Number) if you have it at the same link. The A-Number must be exactly nine digits long. If the A-Number has fewer than nine digits, add zeros at the beginning.
  • You are also required to select the detainee's correct Country of Birth from the drop-down menu provided on the page.

NOTE: If an alien is arrested for a state crime, you will still be able to locate them in the police jail or the county jail where they were arrested. If it was a misdemeanor crime, they would do their time in the Osage County Jail or the county jail where they were arrested and convicted. If they were convicted of a Kansas state felony and sent to state prison, and not deported, then you can locate them in the Kansas state prison system.

How do I find an inmate in juvenile detention?

In the United States, a juvenile is a person under the age of 18. If a juvenile is arrested for a crime, it is unlikely that their name will be publicly listed on an inmate search page or detention center roster, or will be released to the public. Only the juvenile’s parents or legal guardians will be given that information.

If the crime is a serious felony such as Capital Murder, some states will release their name to the public, either when they are first arrested or after they are convicted. However, in general, it is unlikely that an inmate who is a juvenile will have their name released in any public way.

How can I see if someone is in jail or prison in Osage County or the state of Kansas?

For online searches, if you want to see if someone is in jail in Osage County .

If you want a list of all the other county jail inmate searches in Kansas .

If you want a list of all the county jails in the United States . 

If you want to look up an inmate in any of the Kansas state prisons . To look up the prisons in Kansas.

How do I get information on someone in jail in Osage County?

If you want detailed information on a particular inmate in in jail in Osage County, and you can’t find it online in the jail inmate roster, your only other option is to either call the jail at 785-828-4991 , go to the jail in person and ask, or write them at:   Osage County Jail 702 Ash Lyndon, KS 66451 That said, most jails will limit the amount of information that they give to the public about an inmate in their roster because the offender is considered innocent until proven guilty, and thus is afforded a certain amount of privacy.

Once an offender is convicted, you are far more likely to find out information about them.

If you are good at using Google, you can dig into a person’s past and learn as much information about anyone as someone in the media can. 

You can also search a website that has all the public records about people . One of the best online websites we found will cost you only $1.00.

Who can I call to find an inmate in Osage County?

To find an inmate in custody or ask about their roster in Osage County call 785-828-4991 24 hours a day.

Does the jail or prison have to keep the inmate in the county or state where they are charged or convicted?

No.  Even though 99.9% of all pre-trial and convicted inmates are kept in the state where they were arrested and/or convicted, they can be kept in any US jail or prison that will have them. This is seen in circumstances where a jurisdiction is overcrowded, or an inmate is moved for their safety. That said, a person must stand trial where they were arrested unless the presiding judge or prosecuting attorney agrees to move the offender’s trial to a different jurisdiction if it is likely they will not get a fair trial.

What if I can’t find an inmate and I know they are in custody in Osage County?

If you know an inmate is in custody in Osage County, and you can’t find them, it can mean one of several things: 1.    Either you or the jail has the spelling of the inmate’s name inputted incorrectly. 2.    The jail has not yet updated their booking information or roster. 3.    The inmate has already been released. 4.    The inmate has either been arrested or is being housed in another jail. 5.    The inmate is underage; therefore, it is illegal to post their information, or the inmate you are trying to find had their age incorrectly listed as someone under age 18.

I know the person was arrested and in jail, but my search in the roster comes back as “no record found.” What happened?

Same answer as that above. If you know an inmate is in custody in Osage County, but your search comes back in the roster as “no record found.”, it can mean one of several things: 1.    Either you or the jail has the spelling of the inmate’s name wrong. 2.    The jail has not yet updated their booking information or roster. 3.    The inmate has already been released. 4.    The inmate has either been arrested or is being housed in another jail. 5.    The inmate is underage; therefore it is illegal to post their information, or the inmate you are trying to find had their age incorrectly listed as someone under age 18.

I was released from jail in Osage County, but my record still shows. When will it go away?

If your record of arrest and booking is still showing online, even though you were released, it is because some jails allow that information to remain public indefinitely. Unfortunately, even though the charges against you may have been dropped, many jails will not erase that information from their public records voluntarily.

In a situation like this your only option will be to get an attorney and request they petition the court to force the jail to remove this information. That said, if you were in fact found guilty of the crime you were arrested for, it is unlikely they will remove the information surrounding your arrest and conviction.

An inmate’s family member just died; how can I let them know right away?

The death of a family member is one of the few times, if not the only time, that a jail will take a message for an inmate. Because of the sensitivity of the tragic news, when a family member has died, the news will be transmitted by a member of the clergy, a counselor or someone who is very high ranking within the jail. 

Jail management understands that a sudden death of a loved one could cause a violent emotional response that jeopardizes the safety of staff or other inmates.

An inmate’s family member just died; will they be allowed to attend the funeral?

The death of a family member is one of the few times, if not the only time, that a jail will allow an inmate, whether it pre-trial or post-conviction, to be allowed outside of the jail. Even if they are allowed outside the jail, they will have to have at least two armed escorts. An inmate attending a funeral is an extraordinary cost, use of staff and potential danger to the public. That is why it is rarely allowed.

This is not always the case though, and whether an inmate can attend a funeral depends on the inmate’s security classification, whether the jail has the staff to handle it, official jail policy, whether or not the inmate has an attorney that can push the right people, including the judge overseeing the inmate’s case, etc.

What determines whether an inmate is placed in low or high security facilities?

An inmate’s security classification depends on the following: 1.    The inmate’s current crime. 2.    The inmate previous crimes. 3.    The inmate’s history for violence within the walls of the facility. 4.    The inmate’s gang affiliation. 5.    The jail's current distribution of inmates.

What information is available about an inmate?

The information that a jail or court releases publicly about an inmate depends on the laws in the state, the policy of the jail, and the sheriff’s or warden’s individual decision.

Jail booking records and rosters can include more or less, the following information: •    Full name of the inmate •    Inmate's physical characteristics (age, sex, height, weight, etc.) •    Inmate’s mugshot(s) •    Booking number, Inmate ID#, Jacket #, etc. •    Booking date and time •    Charges or offense details – the applicable statute •    Bond or bail amount, if applicable •    Court date, if set, plus the court name and location •    Previous arrests in this jurisdiction, conviction details, and sentence

What is vinelink.com?

Vinelink, which you will see referenced when discussing public information about offenders and inmates, is a national public roster that both allows the public to look up and see the person’s status, plus be able to track their movements, whether it involves being transferred from one facility to another or being released from custody.

The tracking feature is especially helpful for those who are victims of, or witnesses to, a crime and fear that the release of an offender may be dangerous to them or someone close to them.

Anyone can register with Vine to receive automated notifications via email, text or phone. It is available in 48 states and 2,900 jails and prisons.

Here is a short video explaining why it started and how it works.

How do I find old Osage County jail and inmate records from years ago?

To find jail records that go back many years really depends on how far you want to go back, however you would need to send a written request to the county sheriff as follows: Osage County Sheriff Att: Jail Records 702 Ash Lyndon, KS 66451

Let them know the inmate’s name, any aliases, date of birth, the date range that the inmate may have been incarcerated, the crime they were charged with/convicted of, and any other helpful information you can think of.

How can I have my jail record sealed?

To have your jail records sealed, you will have to have the crime you were convicted of expunged. You should know up front that not all crimes are eligible for expungement. 1.    Hire a lawyer that specializes in expungement. 2.    If your crime is eligible, they will contact the District Attorney's office in the judicial district where you were charged or convicted.  3.    They will file a petition with the court where you were charged or convicted. 4.    The entire process may take 1-2 years.

Where can I get Prison records from the state of Kansas?

To get prison records from the state of Kansas, you will need to send a written request to the state prison system in Kansas.

Let them know the inmate’s name, any aliases, date of birth, the date range that the inmate may have been incarcerated, the crime they were charged with/convicted of, the name of the facility you believe they were incarcerated in, plus any other helpful information you can think of.

For inmate services and facility information such as:

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Osage County Jail Inmate Services Information

Phone: 785-828-4991

Physical Address: 702 Ash Lyndon, KS 66451

Mailing Address (personal mail): Inmate's first and last name Osage County Jail 702 Ash Lyndon, KS 66451

Every year Osage County law enforcement agencies arrest and detain 640 offenders, and maintain an average of 32 inmates (county-wide) in their custody on any given day.

The weekly turnover rate of inmates is approximately 55%, meaning that every week more than half of these inmates are released and then replaced with new offenders being booked into jail.

The charts below break down the men, women, races, ethnicities and the types of crimes that people are arrested and incarcerated for in both Osage County and state prisons throughout the country. This information is compiled from local police and the Osage County Sheriff's Department, as well as the state of Kansas and the United States Department of Justice and Census Bureau.

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  • Osage County, MO Arrest Records
  • What are Osage County Arrest Statistics?
  • Violent Crime Arrests vs. Non-Violent
  • Osage County Crime Rate from 2001-2017
  • Osage County Arrest and Criminal Records by Age
  • Osage County Crime Rate by Age Groups
  • Osage County Police Records
  • Osage County Mugshots
  • Police Departments in Osage County
  • Osage County,MO Jail and Inmate Records

How Does Osage County Inmate Search Work?

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  • Osage County Jail

County Arrests by Cities

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Osage amassed 185 arrests over the past three years. During 2017, Osage’s arrest rate was 563.53 per 100,000 residents. The county of Osage is 23.75% lower than the national average of 739.02 per 100,000 residents. During that same year, 2 arrests were for violent crimes like murder, rape, and robbery. The county of Osage also experienced 75 arrests for property crimes. When compared to Andrew and Boone , Osage is a more dangerous place to reside.

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  • 185 Arrests in the county for the last 3 years
  • 563.53 Arrest rate in 2017 per 100.000 population
  • 2 Violent crime arrests

Osage County Recent Arrest Trends

In Osage, the most common crime is larceny/theft which accounts for 40 of the arrests in a year. The second most common crime in Osage, is burglary, and the third most common is motor vehicle theft.

  • 40 Larceny/Theft
  • 25 Burglary
  • 10 Motor Vehicle Theft

In Osage, the most violent crimes committed are murder, manslaughter, rape, robbery and aggravated assault. The county of Osage has a higher rate of non-violent crime. During 2017, Osage experienced 2 violent crimes and 75 non-violent crimes. When comparing Osage to the national average of 739.02 , Osage is lower by 23.75% than the national average.

Most crimes committed in Osage are perpetrated by people between the ages of 21-30. Conversely, those committing the fewest crimes are between the ages of 61-70.

Police records exist in different types of Sheriff’s Offices and in many forms. In most generally, Osage county police reports may be obtained from the local county Sheriff’s Office. You can visit in person and request documents as county police records are available to the masses per the state laws and the Freedom of Information Act. The documents may include Osage county police reports, Osage county bookings and even images. These documents are related to when a person is arrested, booked, and incarcerated. First, they are questioned, and basic data is taken while someone fills out the report. Then the arresting officer takes pictures of the person, and they are put in a jail cell until they can make pay the fees. Some regions may charge a fee for a copy of police records. You may have to appear in person and may need to have the following facts for them to find your file:

  • Date and time of the occurrence
  • The location of the incident
  • Name(s) of those involved
  • Officer’s name and rank
  • Case number

This will help the administrator find the records you need.

Osage county police records can reveal a lot of information about a person. A good type of police record might be a traffic incident report. Some reports are available to the public after a waiting period, such as 60-days.

Sometimes you can get copies of Osage county police records by mail. Contact your local county Sheriff’s Office to inquire about requests and the payment.

Osage County mugshots have been taken since the 1800s, shortly after the development of photography. Then in 1888, a French policeman Alphonse Bertillon standardized the process and made it the norm. Many of these pictures are kept in a “mug book” to help witnesses and victims identify people.

Osage county mugshots are the pictures taken of people upon arrest. Local police, Sheriff’s Offices, and other law enforcement agencies take them. Usually , the subject is photographed from the front (full-face view) and then the side (profile view). These Osage county mugshots are stored with the person’s criminal record and police reports. They are used by victims, witnesses, and investigators to identify bad guys.

Typically , when a judge issues an Osage county arrest warrant for other crimes , and the criminal does not show up in court, these mugshots are used to help locate the suspect.

Mugshots are readily show up online as they are public records. Information informational portals offer mugshots with other types of documents such as criminal records, arrest records and other court cases.

Felonies, Misdemeanors, and Sex Offenders

Police and arrest records will also include information on felonies, misdemeanors, and sex offenders. Since everything is readily available and connected, any past arrests will show up as well.

Osage County, MO Jail and Inmate Records

OSAGE County has 18 jails with an average daily population of 761 inmates with a total of 18 jail population. When breaking down the OSAGE County jail population by gender, females are a minority compared to male prisoners and make 11% with 2 female and 10 male inmates.

Osage County inmate records are public files that anyone can acquire easily. The Freedom of Information Act governs the rules regarding Osage county inmate records which provide a lot of useful insights about a person.

Osage county bookings are also helpful when looking for stats on whether or not a stranger has been arrested. When a perpetrator is arrested, the officer fills out paperwork and then holds them in a incarceration cell , which essentially becomes their Osage county booking record. It may also include things like fingerprints, photos , physical details, their name, and address, officer in charge , the details of the crime, the location, and any trucks that were involved. The general public has the ability to get a copy of someone’s Osage county booking records without any type of approval .

  • Agency Name: Osage County MO Jail
  • Type: County
  • Address: 106 E Main St., PO Box 619
  • Phone Number: 573-897-3927
  • Fax: 573-897-4383
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website: http://osagecountygov.com/county_offices/county_sheriff/index.php
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    Osage County Sheriff's Office Sheriff: Chris Wells 131 14th Street Lyndon, KS 66451 Phone: (785) 828-3121 Fax: (785) 828-3662 Email: [email protected]. Osage County Criminal Records. Osage County records their criminal activity in the form of criminal records.

  9. Osage County Sheriff's Office

    The Osage County Sheriff's Office has been operating very lean, especially when considering the effects of inflation. When comparing the budget spending power between fiscal year 2013-2014 and fiscal year 2022-2023, and adjusting for an estimated annual inflation rate of 2%, the figures show a significant decrease in spending power. ...

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    Kansas Arrest Reports are not public record. Register of Persons Charged (arrest sheet) is public information. (No juvenile records will be released) Accident reports are open public record. ... Osage County 717 Topeka Avenue Lyndon, KS 66451 Phone: 785-828-4812. Quick Links. Online Burn Permit. Employee Access. Elected Offices. County ...

  11. Osage County Jail Log, Jan. 9, 2022

    The following individuals were booked into the Osage County Jail in connection with charges or warrants as listed by the arresting agency. Jan. 9, 2023 Paul David Long, 55, Osage City, court order, OSSO. Johnny Owen Holloway, 59, Ottawa, Johnson County warrant, OSSO. Jan. 11, 2023

  12. Osage County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

    Court records in Osage County are maintained by the county courthouse. In Osage County, people can access court records at: Osage County Clerk: Beth Billington 20th Judicial Circuit P. O. Box 825 Linn, MO 65051 Phone: (573) 897-3114 Fax: (573) 897-5770 Mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  13. Osage County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

    The County Sheriff's office is located at the address below: Osage County Sheriff's Office. 900 S St Paul Ave Pawhuska, OK 74056. (918) 287-3535. To book an appointment or enquire for more information, requesting parties may call the County Sheriff on the Phone: (918) 456-2583.

  14. Osage County Jail inmate back in custody after three-hour escape

    Oct 30, 2023. COLUMBIA − An inmate is back in custody after he allegedly escaped from the Osage County Jail Sunday night. Officials say Alex Stieffermann escaped after he "overpowered and ...

  15. Osage County, OK Arrests, Mugshots & Jail Records

    Osage amassed 1,186 arrests over the past three years. During 2017, Osage's arrest rate was 889.01 per 100,000 residents. The county of Osage is 20.30% higher than the national average of 739.02 per 100,000 residents. During that same year, 57 arrests were for violent crimes like murder, rape, and robbery. The county of Osage also experienced ...

  16. Osage County Arrest report April, 4 2024

    Booking Report. This lists the age, gender and first three charges, select a name for more information on the arrest. 0 records this day. 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.

  17. Osage County Jail Log, Oct. 18

    Oct. 18, 2023 Terrance Neil Ruble, 46,Topeka, Osage County warrant, OSSO. Oct. 19, 2023 Aaron Montgomery Shields, 43, Lyndon, Osage County warran ... Anytime you have knowledge of criminal activities, illegal drug activities, or someone who committed a crime, call Crime Stoppers and report it. Anyone who calls 877-OSCRIME (877-672-7463) with ...

  18. Osage County Jail, MO Inmate Search: Roster & Mugshots

    Official inmate search for Osage County Jail. Find an inmate's mugshot, charges, bail, bond, arrest records and active warrants. 573-897-3927, Osage County Missouri.

  19. Osage County OK Arrest Records and Warrants

    Want to obtain arrest records and information on warrants- Contact the Sheriff's Department at (918) 287-3535. Need to know about recent arrests- Contact the Osage County Jail at (918) 287-4295. Want to do a warrants search through the judiciary- Contact the trial court at (918) 287-4108. Need to obtain criminal case records- Contact the ...

  20. Osage Beach Police Make 3 Arrests Over Past Week

    The Osage Beach Police Department reports three arrests for the week ending on Sunday. Two of the arrests, a 34-year-old man from Kaiser and a 56-year-old from Osage Beach, were arrested on outstanding warrants for failure to appear in court. The other individual arrested was a 32-year-old woman from Eldon for DWI and C&I driving. Osage Beach ...

  21. Osage County Jail Log, Jan. 4, 2022

    Recent sheriff's reports: At 1:40 p.m. Jan. 8, 2023, an Osage County Sheriff's deputy conducted a traffic stop at milepost 46 on K-31 highway, near Melvern, for a traffic violation. During the stop, illegal narcotics were located.

  22. Osage County Jail, KS Inmate Search: Roster & Mugshots

    Official inmate search for Osage County Jail. Find an inmate's mugshot, charges, bail, bond, arrest records and active warrants. 785-828-4991, Osage County Kansas.

  23. Osage County, MO Arrests, Mugshots & Jail Records

    Osage County, MO Arrest Records What are Osage County Arrest Statistics? Osage amassed 185 arrests over the past three years. During 2017, Osage's arrest rate was 563.53 per 100,000 residents. The county of Osage is 23.75% lower than the national average of 739.02 per 100,000 residents. During that same year, 2 arrests were for violent crimes like murder, rape, and robbery.