On April 9, Dominic Williams was involved in a single vehicle roll over collision on John Wayne Parkway. Police made contact with him in the area and conducted a warrants check on him. He was found to have two existing warrants for driving on a suspended license, and one for failure to comply with court order. He is also under a mandatory insurance suspension. He was arrested and booked for driving on a suspended license.
On April 9, Police conducted a traffic stop at Bowlin Road and John Wayne Parkway. A passenger in the vehicle was identified as Jonathan Aldridge and found to have a valid warrant out for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On April 5, officers were dispatched to a CVS due to reports of a physical fight between a male and female. After police arrived, the man allegedly involved in the assault, Chistopher Yellowhair, began walking away from the scene. Police pursued him and he eventually stopped. An officer on scene observed a woman known to Yellowhair with three scratch marks on her neck in the shape of fingers. The reporting party stated they saw Yellowhair grab the woman and heard her scream, and observed Yellowhair with his hands around her neck. The woman stated Yellowhair had accused her of cheating, and then followed her and grabbed her by the neck. Yellowhair was arrested for aggravated assault.
On April 4, police were dispatched to Wilson Street to conduct a welfare check. They were met by a woman who stated she’d been standing on a ladder when Jesse Owens pulled her left arm, causing her to fall off the ladder onto the tile floor. He then picked her up off the ground, walked her to the master bedroom and threw her onto the bed. Officers observed bruising on her left bicep. Owens was arrested for assault and disorderly conduct.
On April 3, Anthony Harvey was pulled over on Honeycutt Avenue and John Wayne Parkway. An officer detected an odor of burnt marijuana from the vehicle. Harvey told the officer he did not have a medical marijuana card, and advised the officer there was a firearm in the trunk. However, he was untruthful about having a criminal history that prevented him from possessing a firearm. He was arrested and charged with weapons misconduct and false reporting, and DUI charges are pending blood test results.
On March 26, officers responded to an alleged assault. The reporting party stated there were two men arguing in the backyard of a residence and one had struck the other’s leg with a cinderblock. Upon arrival, officers observed a man laying on the kitchen floor with a large cut on his left leg. Fire and medical responded and transported him to the hospital. The alleged assailant, Jared Metts, had left the house on foot. He was found standing at the front door of a home, and identified himself. He stated he had been drinking and did not remember the assault. He was arrested for aggravated assault and disorderly conduct, and transported to Maricopa police for booking.