Douglas County's Most Wanted -- Aug. 11In conjunction with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department, the Superior Telegram provides information on offenders sought by law enforcement.
In conjunction with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department, the Superior Telegram provides information on offenders sought by law enforcement. There are more than 3,000 active warrants in Douglas County, for everything from sex assault to unpaid fines. The sheriff’s department has winnowed down the list to their “most wanted.”
If anyone has information on these offenders, they can contact the tip line at (715) 395-1230. If they know exactly where an offender is at the moment they call, however, they are asked to call 911.
The following offenders have active arrest warrants:
Avery Dean Deberry, 52, is being sought for possession of meth, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The charges stem from an incident that occurred in March of 2008 at the Parkland weigh station. State troopers at the station noticed Deberry’s vehicle had tinted windows and pulled him over for a safety inspection. With the help of a K-9 unit, troopers found a canister of marijuana, a small white cylinder with meth in it and items used to smoke the illegal drugs in the truck and on Deberry’s person.
Deberry made his initial appearance in Douglas County Court in March of 2008 and posted $1,000 cash bail, according to online court records. When he failed to make his preliminary hearing a month later, a bench warrant was issued.
Deberry is a white male with blond hair and blue eyes. He is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 145 pounds. His birth date is Sept. 23, 1957.
Serjio Alphonso Wynn, 29, is being sought for second offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, possession with intent to deliver marijuana and second offense operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration. The charges stem from a May incident when Wynn’s vehicle was stopped in Superior for speeding and running a red light, according to the criminal complaint. Wynn admitted to Superior Police Officers that he had been drinking. During the stop, officers found a bag filled with smaller bags of marijuana – 22.7 grams total -- under the front passenger seat of the car, the complaint stated. A blood test revealed Wynn’s blood alcohol concentration to be .245, and the complaint noted that he had pled guilty to driving while intoxicated in St. Louis County in 2009.
Wynn made his initial appearance in Douglas County Court in June and posted $300 cash bail, according to online court records. When he failed to appear for his preliminary hearing later that month, a bench warrant was issued and his driver’s license was revoked, court records show.
Wynn is an African American male with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 220 pounds. His birth date is Feb. 3, 1981.