On Aug. 28, police were dispatched to a residence on Condrey Ave in reference to Jesse Cahill. The officer knew the man had an outstanding warrant, and upon arrival at the home, Cahill was arrested for an extraditable warrant out of San Joaquin, California.
On Aug. 28, Kenneth Moffit was arrested for 12 warrants and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On Aug. 24, Robert Ronquillo was arrested during a traffic stop by Maricopa police for five warrants out of Eloy.
On Aug. 24, Noe Perez was advised by police to leave a residence on Blazen Trail and not to return without the permission of the homeowner or risk being arrested. However, Perez returned a little over an hour later and the police were called. When they arrived, Perez claimed the homeowner had given him permission to come back, which they had not. He was arrested for third degree criminal trespass.
On Aug. 23, Ashlee Pagan was pulled over by police for a traffic stop on Vintage Drive. Once identified by police, she was arrested for a warrant out of Adams County, Colorado for failure to comply with probation terms.
On Aug. 21, police were called for a domestic dispute at a residence on Lago Street. The caller accused Alante Smith of choking her during an argument, and taking away her phone. The reporting party also said Smith punched her in the stomach and back. The alleged victim fled the home into the backyard and said Smith locked her out. She told police she had to hop the back fence and go to a neighbors house to call 911. Smith was arrested for two counts of assault domestic violence, preventing the use of a phone and failure to pay fine.
On Aug. 19, an officer made contact with Brenden Acosta for a pedestrian violation. He was found to have a warrant for his arrest out of Casa Grande Municipal.
On Aug. 18, officers responded to a call for service on Van Loo Drive. The reporting party stated Peter Vu was refusing to leave the residence. Officers made contact and confirmed the resident had an order of protection against Vu. He was arrested for interfering with judicial proceedings and transported to Pinal County Jail.
On Aug. 17, police were called by a neighbor on Honeycutt Ave to report a man, later identified as Anthony Alaniz, using the neighboring home’s hot tub. The neighbor told police the man did not live there. Officers arrived and questioned Alaniz who allegedly admitted to not knowing the homeowners. Officers searched his backpack and found a marijuana wax pen. He was arrested for first degree criminal trespass and possession of drug paraphernalia.