Fergus resident hides wanted man from police [UPDATED]

Published 11:19am Wednesday, June 12, 2013 Updated 11:23am Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Ashlie Ada Stock, 21, of Fergus Falls, was charged with aiding an offender to avoid arrest, a felony. Her first court appearance was June 10.

According to the criminal complaint, Fergus Falls police received an annoymous tip April 9 that Andrew Arlow Jensen was living with Stock at her apartment in the 800 block of West Lincoln Avenue. Jensen reportedly had three arrest warrants for a felony fifth-degree controlled substance crime, felony violation of no contact order and contempt of court.

Police contacted Stock at her home and told her about Jensen’s warrants, but she said Jensen was not there and that police would need a search warrant if they wanted to look for him in the residence. A similar situation involving Stock occurred Oct. 8, 2012. Police obtained a search warrant and found Jensen in the basement.

It was apparent to police upon talking with Stock that she knew Jensen was there.

Stock’s next court appearance is scheduled for June 24.


  • ashlieada91

    Must be bored, out of stories, this is old, just for the record I am proud of sticking up for my man and hope that anyone in this situation would stick up for there.

    • mike weller

      No sense in retaining an attorney now,you just incriminated yourself.

  • ashlieada91


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