Alana Thomas was cited and released for an unruly gathering. Officers issued her a verbal warning and requested she turn down the music. Officers were dispatched a second time for loud music and issued her a citation.
• Raymond Castillo was cited and released for driving with a revoked driver’s license and no mandatory insurance.
• A man became the victim of a hit-and-run accident when his unoccupied Chevy Silverado was struck by an unidentified SUV.
• Ronald Flores was cited and released for criminal speed and reckless driving.
• Rigoberto Tejeda was arrested for an Eloy Justice Court warrant, driving on a suspended license and violation of a court order when he was stopped for speeding. Tejeda was later transported and booked into the Pinal County jail.
Everlynn Thurmon was cited and released for shoplifting at the Circle K on Main Street.
• Michael Gonzales was arrested for trespassing at the Park Vista Apartments. He was transported to the Pinal County jail.
A woman reported receiving a threat over her work phone.
• A woman reported graffiti on her back fence wall.
• Shawnee Cantu and Edward Castro were arrested for criminal trespassing first-degree after they entered a residence through a window and slept on the couch. During the same incident Cantu was arrested for a warrant and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A man reported he was assaulted near the farm area of Harmon and Toltec roads.
• Roy Olveda was arrested for an outstanding warrant.
Michael Norman was cited and released for trespassing at the Circle K on Toltec Road. Norman was told multiple times to leave the store and not return. He returned and refused to leave the property.
• A man became the victim of criminal damage when a subject attempted to break the lock from a storage container.
Subjects ignited abandoned furniture behind the Maddox Apartments.
• Victor Garcia was cited and released for criminal speed and driving with a suspended license.
• Christopher L. Martell was arrested for possession of dangerous drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. Martell verbally admitted to being in possession of drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine, which was later located during a search.
• Juana Tapia-Portillo was given a citation for speeding and no license. The vehicle was towed for a 30-day hold.