In August of 1999, the Polk County Jail was completed. It has a capacity of 195 inmates. The Polk County Jail is a facility which is staffed by the best correctional personnel in the State. During their first State Jail Inspection, the Polk County Jail received an overall rating of 99.8 percent. This rating is a tribute to all of the hard work and dedication that the staff of the Polk County Jail constantly shows.
Polk County Inmate Roster
Here are some Polk County Inmates:
- Anderson, Alyssa Audrey, age 23, ID Number 78944, booking date/time 6/11/2021 7:17:21 PM. Charges: statute 973.10, description: Probation hold
- Anderson, Devan Blaine age 23, ID Number 76151, booking date/time 4/5/2021 6:10:45 PM. Charges: statute 943.10(1m)(a), description: Burglary to building or dwelling
- Appleton, Tara Lynn, age 32, ID Number 3496, booking date/time 4/20/2021 8:56:52 PM. Charges: statute 999, description: Out of county lodger
- Barkema, Michael Charles, age 49, ID Number 75101, booking date/time 6/14/2021 10:33:33 AM. Charges: statute 940.09(1)(a), description: Homicide by intoxicated use of vehicle
- Bearheart, Erin Rachel, age 29, ID Number 79011, booking date/time 6/20/2021 5:09:09 AM. Charges: statute: 961.41(3G)(G), description: Possess methamphetamine, Statute: 996, description: Out of county warrant
- Benjamin, Lexi Jean, age 23, ID Number 70672, booking date/time 3/15/2021 9:56:34 PM. Charges: Statute 946.41(1), description: Resist or obstruct an officer, Statute 973.10, description: Probation hold
- Berg, Brent Gilbert, age 43 ID Number 19860, booking date/time 6/18/2021 4:16:00 PM. Charges: Statute 999, description: Out of county lodger
- Bergsnev, Jonathan Patrick, age 35, ID Number 74220, booking date/time 6/19/2021 8:21:14 AM. Charges: Statute 946.49(1)(b), description: bail jumping-felony, Statute 961.41(3G)(G), description: Possess methamphetamine
- Bloom, Erik Dane, age 55, ID Number 30322, booking date/time 2/18/2021 11:23:34 PM. Charges: Statute 346.63, description: Operating while intoxicated (5th or 6th)
- Boley, Cody Edwar, age 24, ID Number 78744, booking date/time 5/16/2021 3:17:01 PM. Charges: Statute 943.38, description: Forgery uttering, statute 961.41 (3G)(G), description: Possess methamphetamine, statute 961.573 (1), description: Possess drug paraphernalia
- Bowe, Christopher Graham, age 41, ID Number 7022, booking date/time 5/24/2021 10:33:17 PM. Charges: Statute 973.10, description: probation hold
- Bystrom, Richard Allen, age 35, ID Number 30376, booking date/time 1/5/2021 4:20:20 AM. Charges: Statute 940.203(2), description: threat to judge prosecutor or le officer, statute 941.375(2), description: Disharging bodily fluids, statute 947.01, description: disorderly conduct
- Campbell, Wendy Brooke, age 44, ID Number 42186, booking date/time 3/3/2021 10:16:19 PM. Charges: Statute 961.41(1M)(EM)3, description: possess w/intent methamphetamine >10 to 50 grams, statute 961.42(1), description: keeper of a drug house or car, statute 961.573(1), description: possess drug paraphernalia, statute 973.10, description: probation hold, Statute 999, description: out of county lodger
- Carpentir, Robert Bernard, age 38, ID Number 72182, booking date/time 5/3/2021 4:09:28 PM. Charges: Statute 961.41 (1)(E)1, description: deliver PCP, Methcathinone, and amphetamine less than 3 grams
- Coqut, Luke Alen, age 32, ID Number 2860, booking date/time 5/7/2021 6:25:21 AM. Charges: Statute: 943.01 (1), description: damage property, statute 943.14, description: criminal trespass to dwelling, statute 946.49 (1)(b), description: bail jumping felony, statute 947.01, description: disorderly conduct
- Denetz, Joshua Alan, age 42, ID Number 3126, booking date/time 3/5/2021 7:21:04 PM. Charges: Statute: 999, description: out of county lodger
- Fossum, Tavia Kay, age 25, ID Number 38290, booking date/time 6/16/2021 2:06:33 PM. Charges: Statute: 973.10, description: probation hold
- Haynie, Andrew Thomas, age 32, ID Number 1148, booking date/time 5/11/2021 12:45:55 PM. Charges: Statute 973.10(2), description: probation revocation order and warrant
Alert update 5/29/2021: Inmate visitation and inmate programs have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to make sure that those incarcerated are able to visit with their family and friends, the Sheriff’s Office is giving those in custody with 15 minutes of video visits and telephone calls per week with free of charge. As for programs, they are able to offer Celebrate Recovery via the televisions in the facility on Sundays. In addition, they we continue to provide access to cleaning supplies while people are out the cells for cleaning as needed.
Mission of the Polk County Jail
The Polk County Jail serves lots of constituencies: the citizens of the County, criminal justice agencies, the inmate population, staff at the facility, and others who come to the Jail. Need to know that the Jail has 3 primary responsibilities to these groups:
- To make sure that those who are legally held in the facility remain there until released by the Court or until their sentences are complete.
- To provide for humane, safe, secure, constitutional, and standards-compliant conditions of the confinement.
- To give access to the basic human services that offer inmates the potential for reintegration and rehabilitation.
The mission of the Polk County Jail is to give pretrial detention services for criminal justice agencies in Polk County and as a place in which sentences imposed by the Courts will be served. In carrying out the mission, the Polk County Jail is going to operate as directed by federal laws, Oregon Statutes and Oregon Jail Standards.
The Polk County Jail acknowledges that most inmates held in the facility will eventually return to the community. As a result, the facility and its staff have an obligation to give access to basic human services that may facilitate the reintegration of the inmate population as law-abiding, responsible citizens.
Polk County Jail: Suicide Prevention Resources
Suicide is the leading cause of death in prisons and jails. In the United States, the suicide rate in jail is almost four times that of the national average. If you or someone you know in the Polk County Jail is thinking about suicide, you have to contact the jail staff immediately. Being in custody will be very stressful and make anxiety due to fear of the unknown. During your conversation with a loved one in jail or prison, if you become concerned your loved one is in emotional distress and making comments of self-harm that lead to a suicidal crisis, please call Polk County Jail staff at 503-623-9254. Or you are also able to call a Jail Medical professional at 503-831-1738.