John Wayne Jenkins Sr.
John Wayne Jenkins Sr.
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John Wayne Jenkins Sr., 39, Roseau, was sentenced to a felony charge of violation of a Domestic Abuse – No Contact Order.

A five-year stay of imposition was granted. As a condition of that sentence, Jenkins was ordered to serve 60 days in jail. He was granted credit for eight days served. His jail time may be served in another county. Work release and STS privileges were granted.

John Wayne Jenkins Sr.

Jenkins was ordered to have no contact with the victim unless approved by the court. He was ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous as directed by his agent and provide proof to his supervising agent. Jenkins was ordered to comply with a Domestic Abuse – No Contact Order. He was ordered to not use or possess firearms, ammunition, or explosives.

Jenkins was ordered to complete a chemical assessment. He was ordered to provide a DNA sample. Jenkins was also ordered to pay $210 in fees and fines.

The charge stemmed from a Nov. 23 report to the sheriff’s office, according to the complaint. The deputy learned about a disturbance in the 41500 block of 130th St. S.E. in Plummer. He found that there was a no-contact order between Jenkins and a female occupant. The order stipulated that the two of them were to have no contact.

However, Jenkins was allowed to have visits with their children, and those visits were to be scheduled using a third party. He wasn’t allowed to be inside the woman’s home.

The deputy learned that Jenkins had broken into the home and took the kids. He admitted that he had tried to pick up the kids for Thanksgiving. The deputy also learned that Jenkins had visited the kids several times at the home, which is also occupied by a man and the kids’ grandmother.

Jenkins had stayed overnight at the home without permission. The man said Jenkins had spoken directly to the woman, which is in violation of the Domestic Abuse – No Contact Order. Jenkins told the deputy that he had stayed overnight at the home. However, he wouldn’t respond when asked about directly speaking with the woman.

The complaint indicated that Jenkins had two qualified domestic violence offenses, including Roseau County offenses of threats of violence and violation of a Domestic Abuse – No Contact Order. He also had a stay of adjudication for a Roseau County offense of terroristic threats. All were 2020 court files.