Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office wanted misdemeanors

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WALLACE – The Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office currently has more than 1,000 active warrants.

Most warrants for contempt or failing to appear may be taken care of by contacting the court and/or paying the unpaid fines.

If anyone knows the location of a wanted person, they can contact their local law enforcement agency or the Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office at 208-556-1114.

Information is organized by name, age, last known city of residency, charges and bond amount.

Misdemeanors:

• Harrington Leonard Smith, 66, Wallace, Idaho.

Failure to appear for driving under the influence, serve 3 days in jail.

• Randy Scott Dodson, 40, Wallace, Idaho.

Bench warrant for possession of a controlled substance, $1,000.

• Dustin Lee Baldwin, 39, Smelterville, Idaho.

Failure to appear for driving under the influence, $10,000.

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Names of wanted individuals are provided to the News-Press directly from the Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office. If you believe any information is out-of-date or incorrect, please contact SCSO at 208-556-1114.

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