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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Johnny Northside Removed Significant Name From Hennepin County Jail Roster

Recently, Johnny Slumlord Northside has stated on his blog that he will not and has not removed any names from the Hennepin County Jail Roster. This has been his response to people who have written him and begged him to remove their names as it has caused potential employers to not hire them after they find a record of an arrest on Johnny Northside's blog but since the charges were dropped, the list shows the arrest was made as John is the only one who keeps the information online after the County removes it after a few days.

Here is the story from the StarTribune about the brother of Minneapolis Chief of Police, Tim Dolan. Paul Dolan was arrested and left off the jail roster- June 12, 2012

Chief Dolan's brother charged with attacking man in city park

Jun 16, 2012  -- Paul J. Dolan, the brother of Minneapolis' police chief and a convicted drug offender, was charged Friday with beating and threatening to kill a man who was sitting with his former wife at a North Side city park.

Dolan, 56, of Minneapolis, was charged with second-degree assault and terroristic threats in the ambush of the man Monday evening in Cleveland Park, according to charges. He remains jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail.

In January 2010, Dolan was ordered by a Ramsey County judge to serve six months in the workhouse and serve 10 years' probation after he was videotaped in his U.S. Postal Service truck smoking methamphetamine on his St. Paul route.
When authorities searched his home, they found 130 marijuana plants and a grow operation, according to court documents.
According to Friday's criminal complaint: A man told police that he and Dolan's ex-wife were sitting at a park table late Monday afternoon, talking about their romantic relationship. Paul Dolan came up from behind and knocked the man to the ground with a blow to the head, then pulled a knife and tried to stab him in the head numerous times.

The two struggled on the ground, with Dolan saying he would kill the man and his family.
Amid pleas from others in the park to stop, Dolan let the man go and drove off.
Officers found Dolan at his home a few blocks away. He denied carrying out the attack and denied being in the park at the time.
Dolan's brother, Tim Dolan, is retiring as Minneapolis Police Chief by the end of the year.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

He also has offered to remove the names of any Occupy MN protestors who appear on the jail roster. So when he says names will not be removed he is lying.