PCSO Victoria Molina

Victoria Molina

CASA GRANDE — A Casa Grande woman was arrested on suspicion of assault charges after she allegedly punched two other women.

According to Casa Grande Police reports, Victoria Molina, 28, was arrested on suspicion of assault, aggravated assault with a weapon, domestic violence disruptive behavior-fighting, failure to confirm her identity as a sex offender and failure to notify police of an address change as a sex offender.

At 4:17 a.m. on July 31, a Casa Grande Police officer responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at the emergency room at Banner Casa Grande Medical Center. A woman being treated told the officer that she had been drinking with Molina and another woman in the backyard of her home in the 100 block of East Beech Avenue.

The woman said Molina became upset for an unknown reason and started choking the other woman and punching the woman in the stomach.

The woman being treated at the emergency room told officers that she slapped Molina in an effort to get her to stop hitting the other woman and Molina hit her in the face. The woman at the emergency room said she then told Molina to leave.

Molina and the woman Molina had allegedly been hitting left together through the alley, the woman at the emergency room told officers. Shortly after the two left, she heard the other woman screaming. She told officers that she went out into the alley and saw Molina allegedly choking the woman again.

The woman at the emergency room told officers she pushed Molina, and Molina hit her on the arm with a silver metal pole. She went to the emergency room to get her arm checked out, which is when a nurse reported the incident to police. Officers later found a pole in the alley.

Officers located Molina around 9 a.m. at a home in the 100 block of East Date Avenue after they received a call of suspicious activity for an unrelated incident.

The officer who responded to the call on East Date Avenue was told by dispatch that officers wanted to speak with Molina about the fight that had allegedly happened earlier that day and that she was a registered sex offender who had allegedly not updated her address. Molina also allegedly told the officer that she did not have an ID. Officers noted that Molina does not have a permanent address.

She was taken into custody and booked into the Pinal County jail.


Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa is a reporter covering the city of Casa Grande and the surrounding area, as well as Central Arizona College. She can be reached at sadams@pinalcentral.com.

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