Douglas County's most wantedIn 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, call the tip line at (715) 395-1230. Call 911 if you know exactly where an offender is at the moment.
The following offenders have active arrest warrants:
Jonathan Allen Bunnell Jr., 23, of Superior is sought on one count felony physical abuse of a child-intentionally cause bodily harm. Bunnell is accused of kicking a bike, causing it to strike a 13-year-old in the arm, then putting his hand around the front of the teen’s neck and choking her during an altercation on Dopp Road in August. The alleged victim is a relative of Bunnell’s. The Superior man told Deputy Jake Engelman that he had a confrontation with the girl and the bike may have struck her when he pulled it away. He also admitted to placing his hand on her collarbone/lower neck area and pushing her, but denied choking her.
Bunnell made an initial appearance in Douglas County Circuit Court on Aug. 20. He was released on a $1,000 signature bond with the condition he has no contact with the victim and provide the Clerk of Courts with his current address. After attending the preliminary hearing and arraignment, Bunnell failed to appear for a status conference in November and a bench warrant was issued.
Bunnell is a white male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5-foot-5 and weighs 130 pounds. His birth date is Jan. 9, 1988.
Chad Alan Dolsen, 28, of Superior is sought for one count felony burglary as a party to a crime. He pleaded no contest to the charge in December and two additional felony charges — possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia to manufacture, compound, convert, produce or store meth — were dismissed. When Dolsen failed to appear for a February sentencing hearing, a bench warrant was issued.
Dolsen was present when three other people burglarized a home belonging to his relatives in the town of Superior on June 23. He told Investigator Brad Hoyt that he owed one of the people involved in the burglary $1,000 for drugs, and he had to either pay it or come up with items to meet the debt. Dolsen told Hoyt that he planned the burglary and led the others to the residence.
Dolsen is a white male with brown hair and blue eyes. He is 6 feet tall and weighs 170 pounds. His birth date is Feb. 9, 1983.