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Arrests & Citations

On Oct. 19 Ashley Miles, 34, was taken into custody for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrant while in the area of North La Palma and East Hanna Roads.

On Oct. 16 Harmony Selbe, 18, was cited and released for assault after police said she reportedly slapped a passenger in her vehicle while parked outside of 2290 W. Roosevelt Ave.

On Oct. 16 Zaria Rutledge, 18, was cited and released for assault after she reportedly punched the driver of a vehicle dropping her off at least 7 times while the vehicle was parked outside of 2290 W. Roosevelt Ave.

On Oct. 14 Daniel Nunez, 38, was arrested on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia after police found a glass smoking device that tested positive for methamphetamine among items Nunez stated belonged to him while at the San Carlos Park, 300 W. Central Ave.

On Oct. 10 David Williams, 67, was arrested on charges of assault, criminal damage and disorderly conduct after police said he threw milk and orange juice around the kitchen of the residence he and his girlfriend share, broke two glasses and created a hole in the wall above the kitchen sink, grabbed his girlfriend’s pinky and ring fingers on one hand and bent them downward, and slammed the door shut on both of her arms as she was trying to enter the residence. This incident occurred at 371 W. Spruell Ave.

On Oct. 6 Clinton Slaughter, 23, was cited and released for having no mandatory insurance and driving on a suspended license during a traffic stop that occurred at 219 W. Northern Ave.

On Oct. 12 Frank Lopez III, 28, was arrested for three valid and confirmed warrants while at 903 N. California St.

On Oct. 17 Maria Vega, 45, was arrested for three valid and confirmed warrants and on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia while she was in the area of West Northern Avenue and North 7th Street.

On Oct. 20 John Szymkowski, 54, was cited and released for a shoplifting incident that occurred on Sept. 10 after police said he did not scan a Google Chrome Cast while in the self-check out line at Walmart, 1695 N. Arizona Blvd., and later returned the item to the store. Police said he also replace the price tag of an oil pan with that of a tent peg while at the store. Estimated loss $36.99.

On Oct. 8 Daniel Garza Jr., 43, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city court warrant during a traffic stop that occurred in the 400 block of West Coolidge Ave.

On Oct. 8 Amanda Padron, 42, was arrested was arrested for a valid and confirmed Casa Grande Justice of the Peace #2 warrant during a traffic stop that occurred in the 400 block of West Coolidge Ave.

On Oct. 10 Manuel Felix, 60, was arrested for two valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrants while in the 2000 block of East Pichacho St.

On Oct. 18 Michael Rivera, 23, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrant, a valid and confirmed town of Florence warrant, and a Pinal County Superior Court warrant while standing outside of the residence located at 120 W. Palo Verde Ave.

On Oct. 7 Julian Soza, 42, was taken into custody at the Gila River Detention Facility for a valid and confirmed Coolidge City Warrant.

On Oct. 20 Malcolm Hodges, 50, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrant and a town of Florence warrant while at the residence located at 312 W. Hess Ave.

On Oct. 19 Cintya Juarez, 26, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrant while at 631 N. Arizona Blvd.

On Oct. 16 Jesus Ortiz, 24, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Coolidge city warrant, a Coolidge-Florence Justice of the Peace warrant, and a Pinal County Superior Court warrant while at 754 W. Taylor Ave.

On Oct. 15 Ernest Rushing Jr., 59, was cited and released for driving on a suspended license and no proof of insurance during a traffic stop that occurred in the area of South Main Street and West Seagoe Ave.

On Sept. 1 Aubrianna Moreno, 25, was arrested on charges of aggravated assault and criminal damage after police said she threw a grill and mountain dew bottle that struck an employee at Walmart, 1695 N. Arizona Blvd., destroyed the glass of a sliding door at the store, threw a knife into the toilet in the women’s bathroom and damaged a wooden tray. Estimated loss $1,038.

Theft, Burglary & Criminal Damage

On Oct. 21 it was reported that a Galaxy S10 was stole from a classroom at Coolidge High School, 684 W. Northern Ave. Estimated loss $1,000.

On Oct. 9 it was reported that an unknown man shoplifted a 30 pack of Bud Light beer from Speedway gas station, 780 N. Arizona Blvd. Estimated loss $26.99.

On Oct. 12 it was reported that sometime between the hours of 11:30 p.m. on Oct. 11 and 2:55 a.m. on Oct. 12 an unknown person(s) egged a while Jeep Patriot that was parked in the driveway of 959 W. Elizabeth Way and dented the roof. Police said that the front of the residence was also egged. Estimated loss $300.

On Oct. 12 it was reported that an unknown person(s) broke the exterior glass on a sliding glass door at the residence located at 2191 W. Central Ave. with what appeared to be a BB gun pellet. Estimated loss $500.

On Oct. 8 it was reported that an unknown man shoplifted an order of car parts from Autozone, 1070 N. Arizona Blvd. Estimated loss $1,001.98.

On Oct. 7 it was reported that unknown woman stole $40 that were accidentally left at the self check out counter at Walmart, 1695 N. Arizona Blvd., by another customer. Police said the woman used the money to purchase her own merchandise. Estimated loss $40.

On Oct. 18 it was reported that an unknown man shoplifted a 30 pack of Bud Light beer from Circle K, 1541 N. Arizona Blvd. Estimated loss $32.

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

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