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

Arrests & Citations

  • On Feb. 8 Camille Francis, 19, was arrested in the area of 301 N. Pacific St. for a valid and confirmed Maricopa County Superior Court warrant and two valid and confirmed Pinal County Superior Court warrants as well as on charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
  • On Feb. 24 Michael Smith Jr., 34, was cited and released on charges of shoplifting after police said he shoplifted a bag of Bugles Nacho Chips, a bag of Chex Mix Muddy Buddy’s and a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee drink from Discovery Market, 295 S. Arizona Blvd. Estimated loss $8.87.
  • On Feb. 16 Juan Valdez Sr., 59, was arrested for two valid and confirmed city of Coolidge warrants near the intersection of West Lindbergh Avenue and North Main Street.
  • On Feb. 17 McElwayne Pablo Jr., 42, was arrested for a valid and confirmed City of Gilbert warrant during a traffic stop that occurred in the 500 block of Coolidge Avenue.
  • On Feb. 17 Rochelle Burnette, 29, was arrested for a valid and confirmed City of Gilbert warrant during a traffic stop that occurred the 500 block of Coolidge Avenue.
  • On Feb. 24 Tiffany Horlacher, 37, was arrested for a valid and confirmed City of Coolidge warrant near 787 N. Arizona Blvd.
  • On Feb. 16 Rebecka Griffin, 47, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Florence justice court warrant while in the 200 block of West Central Avenue.
  • On Feb. 12 Christopher Adams, 54, was arrested for a valid and confirmed JP1 warrant while in the area of West Wilson Avenue and South Main Street.
  • On Feb. 12 Ernest Rushing III, 35, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Eloy city court warrant while in the 1000 block of South Picacho Street.
  • On Feb. 15 Calissta Saenz, 20, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Florence-Coolidge JP3 warrant during a traffic stop that occurred near 818 N. Arizona Blvd.
  • On Feb. 17 Jennifer Bolen, 40, was cited and released for disorderly conduct after police said she threw a half-eaten taco at another individual while at the residence located at 1028 S. Picacho St.
  • On Feb. 16 Mario Favela-Marrufo, 45, was arrested for a valid and confirmed city of Coolidge warrant during a traffic stop that occurred near South Arizona Boulevard and West Gibson Avenue.
  • On Feb. 15 Andrew Davis, 32, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city court warrant during a traffic stop that occurred near West Vah Ki Inn Road and North 14 Place.
  • On Feb. 15 Alfonso Pablo, 34, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence during a traffic stop that occurred near West Vah Ki Inn Road and North 14 Place.
  • On Feb. 15 Susana Kelly, 49, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Pinal County Superior Court warrant and a valid and confirmed Grand Jury warrant during a traffic stop that occurred near West Vah Ki Inn Road and North 14 Place.
  • On Feb. 10 Matthew Inglish Sr., 31, was arrested on charges of burglary, fraudulent use of a credit card, possession of stolen credit cards and possession of stolen merchandise after police said he allegedly stole a gray purse containing $300 in cash, a camouflage wallet, a Social Security card, a driver’s license, a personal check, various other credit cards and gift cards, and a semi-auto OD green and black Glock 42 from a Ram 1500 pickup truck parked at the residence located at 1020 E. Lauren Lane. Police further said he charged $955.16 to the victim’s debit card at Walmart, and multiple items belonging to other victims were also located inside Inglish’s vehicle.

Theft, Burglary & Criminal Damage

  • On Feb. 25 it was reported that sometime between 1 p.m. on Feb. 24 and 5:30 a.m. on Feb. 25 an unknown person attempted a burglary at the United Methodist Church, 392 W. Roosevelt Ave., causing damage to an exterior door and a single pane window. Estimated loss $200.00.
  • On Feb. 26 it was reported that an unknown man and an unknown woman broke the driver’s side window of a red Ford pickup truck that was parked in the driveway of 2192 W. Broadway Ave. and stole a black Ruger LCP .380 caliber handgun. Estimated loss $550.
  • On Feb. 10 it was reported that an unknown person stole a pink Michael Kohrs wallet that contained $50 in cash and a Pinal County Federal Credit Union debit card from an unlocked vehicle in the area of West Roosevelt Avenue.

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