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

Arrests & Citations

  • On June 16 Cheryl Moreno, 38, was arrested for a valid and confirmed felony warrant following a car fire that occurred in the area of South La Palma Road and West James Street.
  • On June 24 Taylor Miller, 26, was arrested on charges of burglary, possession of drug paraphernalia and false reporting to law enforcement after police said she reportedly stole a while baseball hat, a Northwest wood grain pocket knife, a Girls 24-month multi-colored nightgown and a pair of black flops from a white Chevy truck that was parked in the driveway of 667 West Coolidge Place.
  • On June 15 Abel Velasco, 37, was cited and released for possession of drug paraphernalia after police said he was found with a glass marijuana smoking pipe on his person while in the area of 100 W. Taylor Ave.
  • On June 16 Michael Perea, 43, was cited and released for criminal damage after police said he reportedly damaged the front door of the residence located at 650 W. Palo Verde Ave. Estimated loss $700.
  • On June 23 Samantha Popp, 23, was arrested on charges of shoplifting Dawn dish soap, NOS energy drink, LAC Mascara, CRC Brakleen cleaner and Miracle Gro twist ties from the Dollar General, 1797 S. Arizona Blvd. and for a valid and confirmed City of Coolidge warrant. Estimated loss $25.
  • On June 23 Crystal Wheeler, 28, was arrested on charges of shoplifting Dawn dish soap, NOS energy drink, LAC Mascara, CRC Brakleen cleaner and Miracle Gro twist ties from the Dollar General, 1797 S. Arizona Blvd. and for two valid and confirmed warrants out of Eloy and Pinal County respectively. Estimated loss $25.
  • On June 18 Damien Hetrick, 19, was arrested for a valid and confirmed city of Coolidge warrant while at 335 W. Kennedy Ave.
  • On June 16 Jeremy Camden, 40, was arrested on charges of assault and disorderly conduct (domestic violence) following a physical altercation that occurred at 162 E. Taylor Ave.
  • On June 16 Tara Camden, 39, was arrested on charges of assault and disorderly conduct (domestic violence) following a physical altercation that occurred at 162 E. Taylor Ave.
  • On June 17 Anna Francisco, 42, was arrested on charges of possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia after police responded to the area of West Hess Avenue to reports of woman knocking on doors.
  • On June 17 Matt Arredondo, 57, was arrested for a valid and confirmed Pinal County warrant and cited for no mandatory insurance, driving on a suspended license and no current registration during a traffic stop that occurred near the intersection of West Hess Avenue and North Main Street.
  • On June 17 Larry Adams Jr., 27, was arrested for a valid and confirmed warrant while at 444 E. Lincoln Ave.
  • On June 17 Larry Adams Sr., 52, was arrested for a valid and confirmed warrant while at 444 E. Lincoln Ave.
  • On June 11 Quincy Wilson, 41, was arrested on charges of threatening and intimidation after police said he reportedly told his neighbor he was going to killer her. He was located by police in the 400 block of West Bealey Ave.
  • On June 7 Cobie Slaughter, 21, was arrested on charges of assault (domestic violence) after police said he hit his girlfriend several times while in the area of 435 W. Vah Ki Inn Rd.
  • On June 11 Emilio Lopez Jr., 32, was arrested for a valid and confirmed city of Eloy warrant at 719 W. Northern Ave.

Theft, Burglary & Criminal Damage

  • On June 18 it was reported that sometime between June 15 and June 16 an unknown person stole a rented 2018 Nissan Rogue that was parked in the back of the residence located at 370 W. Seagoe Ave. Estimated loss $30,000.
  • On June 18 it was reported that on June 9 an unknown person(s) committed burglary by entering into a 2016 Hyundai Sonata that was parked in the 400 block of Roosevelt Avenue and stole a white and beige Tommy Hilfiger backpack with a pink guess wallet that contained two $100 bills, an Arizona Drivers License, an Arizona State Identification Card, a Social Security card and $150 in miscellaneous make up. Estimated loss $425.
  • On June 16 it was reported that an unknown woman shoplifted two candy bars and a bag of candy from the Giant Gas Station Convenience store, 780 N. Arizona Blvd. Estimated loss $7.
  • On June 14 it was reported that sometime between May 14 and June 14 an unknown person committed burglary and criminal damage by breaking in the residence located at 1280 N. Mesquite lane through the kitchen window and stealing a box of outside lights. Estimated loss $75.
  • On June 10 it was reported that sometime on May 27 an unknown person(s) damaged the gas cap on a vehicle was parked in the parking lot of 903 N. California St. Estimated loss $100.
  • On June 13 it was reported that an unknown person entered a vehicle that was parked in the driveway of 529 W. Verde Lane and stole a Nintendo Switch, three controllers, three video games, a vape pen and a check issued from the IRS. Estimated loss $939.
  • On June 13 it was reported that sometime between 3 p.m. on June 12 and 8:50 a.m. on the 13th an unknown person(s) committed burglary by taking a red and black Predator 4000 Watt generator from a brown wooden utility trailer parked in the driveway of 911 W. Vah Ki Inn Road. Estimated loss $339.
  • On June 13 it was reported that two unknown persons(s) entered the back yard of the residence located at 210 W. Matin Rd. and took a blue 50cc mini dirt bike. Estimated loss $400.
  • On June 11 it was reported that an unknown person(s) entered the Coolidge Church of Nazarene, 1101 W. Coolidge Ave., and stole an iPad, ZAGG keyboard, miscellaneous chargers, Apple TV converter boxes, a DVD player and cables, a computer hard drive, and a camera; and damaged a window and two doors on the classrooms within the building. Total estimated loss $4,400.
  • On June 15 it was reported that an unknown person(s) stole a 2000 GMC Sierra 1500 from the residence located at 787 N. Arizona Blvd. Estimated loss $3,000.

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