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The following was taken from the records at the Coolidge Police Department.

Arrests & Citations

On Jan. 22, Charles Rodriguez, 38, was arrested on West Bealey Avenue arrested for a valid warrant out of Pinal County.

On Jan. 22, Breanna Ashcraft, 20, was arrested on West Vah Ki Inn Road for assault with an intent to injure.

On Jan. 22, Therin Castillo, 38, was arrested on North Arizona Boulevard for criminal trespassing and criminal littering.

On Jan. 22, Benjamin Lara, 20, was arrested on West Woodruff Road and North Tweey Road for a confirmed Town of Florence warrant.

On Feb. 4, Andrew Jamerson, 22, was arrested on West Lindbergh Avenue and North 4th Street for warrants during a traffic stop.

On Feb. 10, Sequoya Satala, 18, was arrested for shoplifting $30 worth of product at the Coolidge Walmart.

On Jan. 31, Anthony Rocker, 29, was arrested on West Seagoe Avenue for aggravated assault with a golf club.

On Feb. 14, Arnold Boni III, 38, was arrested on South Arizona Boulevard for five active City of Coolidge warrants.

On Feb. 14, James Davis, 48, was arrested at North 23rd Street for DUI, violation of an order of protection and disorderly conduct.

On Feb. 14, Tara Camden, 39, was arrested on West Dewey Avenue for refusing to provide her truthful name and for eight valid warrants.

On Feb. 13, Terrance McKinney, 28, was arrested on North Pacific Street for an outstanding warrant.

On Feb. 14, Adam Zavala, 35, was transferred into custody of the Coolidge Police Department from the Eyman Prison for a City of Coolidge warrant.

On Feb. 7, James Austin, 23, was arrested for stealing a victim’s trailer on North Main Street.

On Feb. 11, Shelly Hollister, 46, was arrested on North Arizona Boulevard for an outstanding warrant and possession of 1,8 grams of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

On Feb. 18, Jayson Palmer, 42, was arrested on North Arizona Boulevard for shoplifting about $29 worth of goods from Walmart.

On Feb. 18, Blasa Ornelas, 32, was arrested on West Taylor Avenue for domestic violence assault.

On Feb. 18, Megan Withrow, 28, was arrested on West Northern Avenue for three City of Coolidge warrants.

On Feb. 18, Marcos Sesor Armenta, 21, was arrested on West Central Avenue for two valid City of Coolidge warrants.

On Feb. 19, Joshua Gear, 32, was arrested on West Roosevelt Avenue for criminal trespass.

On Feb. 19, Tyler Lane Lacy, 26, was arrested on South 4th Street and West Canal Road for false reporting to law enforcement, and possession of marijuana, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

On Feb. 19, Sarah Miller, 38, was arrested on North Arizona Boulevard for a warrant out of Yuma County Superior Court.

On Feb. 19, Brandon Nass, 33, was arrested on West Roosevelt Avenue and South Arizona Boulevard for an active City of Coolidge warrant.

On Sept. 19, Nota Steward, 65, was arrested on South 4th Street and West Harding Avenue for a warrant out of the City of Coolidge.

On Sept. 19, Gerardo Nunez-Calderon, 43, was arrested on West Orlando Drive and North Main Street for three outstanding warrants.

On Feb. 20, Quincy Wilson, 42, was arrested on North California Street for violation of a court order and false reporting to law enforcement.

On Feb. 19, Yolanda Hernandez, 61, was arrested on North Palm Court for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.

Theft, Burglary & Criminal Damage

Between Jan. 1 and Feb. 12, an unknown person stole approximately $2,500 worth of copper wire from a San Carlos Irrigation well pump at Bartlett and Clemans roads.

On Feb. 15, an unknown person committed approximately $200 worth of damage by breaking a window on a vehicle at East Burke Avenue.

On Feb. 15, an unknown person was reported to have stolen a check from a mailbox that was then deposited into another account.

On Feb. 16, an unknown person committed hit-and-run by crashing into trash cans and leaving the scene on West Hess Avenue. Car parts left behind showed the vehicle was possible a Ford F-150.

On Feb. 11, someone reported their ATV had been stolen, but it was later determined the theft was unfounded.

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