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

Arrests & Citations

On Nov. 14 Tanisha Figueroa, 31, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Pioneer Justice Court warrant following a traffic stop that occurred at 680 W. Coolidge Ave.

On Nov. 12 Anthony Clay, 18, was arrested on charges of criminal damage, disruption of an educational institution and burglary after police said he broke into the Coolidge Alternative Program, 800 N. 9th St. and stole 17 apple iPads, 7 dell laptops, an element computer monitor, an Epson Projector and two other projectors, 5 Vizio sound bars, 2 ancient Panasoinic video recorders, various power cords, various remotes, an Acer Laptop, a Samsung Flip Phone, a Keurig Coffee maker and holder, a bubble gum machine and a mini fridge. The stolen items totaled an estimated $13,210. Most of the items were later recovered by police.

On Nov. 12 Emiliano Tristan, 18, was arrested on charges of criminal damage, disruption of an educational institution and burglary after police said he broke into the Coolidge Alternative Program, 800 N. 9th St. and stole 17 apple iPads, 7 dell laptops, an element computer monitor, an Epson Projector and two other projectors, 5 Vizio sound bars, 2 ancient Panasoinic video recorders, various power cords, various remotes, an Acer Laptop, a Samsung Flip Phone, a Keurig Coffee maker and holder, a bubble gum machine and a mini fridge. The stolen items totaled an estimated $13,210. Most of the items were later recovered by police.

On Nov. 12 Carlos Nunez, 36, was arrested for a valid and confirmed town of Florence warrant and cited for driving on a revoked license, driving with only one headlamp, no current registration and no mandatory insurance following a traffic stop that occurred at 1940 S. Arizona Blvd.

On Nov. 12 Joel Deleon, 52, was taken into custody for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrant at the Coolidge Police Department, 911 S. Arizona Blvd.

On Oct. 29 Terry Hayden, 59, was arrested behind Safeway, 1449 N. Arizona Blvd., for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrant.

On Nov. 1 Kenneth Kitsmiller, 51, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, threatening and intimidating, domestic violence and being a prohibited possessor in possession of a firearm after police said he got into a verbal argument with his wife, became belligerent and attempted to retrieve a firearm during the argument. The incident occurred at 229 W. Palm Court.

On Oct. 29 Joseph Ortiz, 28, was cited and released for possession of marijuana during a traffic stop that occurred outside the Coolidge Alternative Program, 800 N. 9th St.

On Oct. 26 Shadonna Dukes, 20, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence following a traffic stop that occurred near the intersection of South Arizona Boulevard and West Martin Road.

On Oct. 22 Sebastian Navarrete-Ramirez, 23, was cited and released for driving on a suspended license, driving on an expired registration and possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop that took place near the Rain Tunnel Car Wash, 1086 N. Arizona Blvd.

On Nov. 10 Gabriel Moreno, 26, was arrested for a valid and confirmed city of Coolidge warrant in the area of 4th Street and West Coolidge Avenue.

On Nov. 9 Frank Chubick, 49, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrant while he was collecting trash out of a dumpster behind Tractor Supply, 950 N. Arizona Blvd.

On Nov. 8 Christopher Smith, 18, was cited and released for unreasonable speed, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop that occurred on North Kenworthy Road just south of West Vah Ki Inn Road after police said he was travelling at 50 MPH in a 35 MPH zone.

On Nov. 7 Henry Ramirez Jr., 18, was cited and released for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia while parked at the intersection of North 16th Street and West Hess Avenue.

On Nov. 5 David Jackson, 26, was arrested for 8 valid and confirmed city of Coolidge warrants after police were called to the residence located at 1206 W. Central Ave. to remove an unwanted person from the home.

On Nov. 5 Pedro Reyes Jr., 57, was cited and released for driving on a revoked license following a traffic stop that occurred near the intersection of South Kenworthy Road and West Martin Road.

On Nov. 4 Matthew Skinner, 30 was arrested on charges of aggravated assault (domestic violence) after police said he pushed his mother to the ground and kicking her in the head while at an apartment located at 523 N. Main St.

Theft, Burglary & Criminal Damage

On Nov. 9 it was reported that sometime between 7 p.m. on Nov. 6 and 9 a.m. on Nov. 9 an unknown person(s) committed criminal damage by spray painting graffiti on the front of a brick perimeter wall bordering the property located at 571 N. Macrae Rd. Estimated loss $1,000.

On Oct. 26 it was reported that an unknown person(s) stole the license plate from a red 1999 Ford F-250 Pickup truck that was parked in the backyard on the property located at 597 W. Harding Ave.

On Nov. 10 it was reported that on Nov. 6 an unknown man shoplifted a brown Dickies brand coat, a USBC charger, a pair of pliers, a pint of chocolate milk and two cell phones from Walmart, 1695 N. Arizona Blvd. Estimated loss $126.18.

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