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

On Oct. 2, police were called to a home on N. Arbor Drive, where they found a man bleeding from his nose. Joshua Otero was arrested for assault – domestic violence and booked into Pinal County Jail.

On Sept. 28, Hollie Fain was arrested for assault – domestic violence at a home on W. Corvalis Lane. Fain had allegedly been drinking alcohol when she and another individual got into an argument. Fain became aggressive and threw a speaker at the alleged victim, striking them in the chest and leaving them with a welt. The victim then called 911. Fain was uncooperative with officers upon their arrival, and was placed under arrest.

On Sept. 26, Officers responded to a call on W. Cowpath Road, where they learned that Marlen Pierson had allegedly engaged in an argument with someone at the residence. During the argument he chased the alleged victim around the garage and kicked in a door. He then left the residence only to return later and punch the alleged victim in the face while they slept in their bed, threatening to kill them multiple times. Pierson allegedly admitted to striking the alleged victim. Officers arrested him for threats – domestic violence, criminal damage – domestic violence and assault – domestic violence. While being searched, officers also found a cartridge with THC residue.

On Sept. 21, police were called to a home on W. Nina Street after someone was heard outside yelling for help. When officers arrived, the residents of the home told police their child, who has disabilities, grew anxious when the residents were arguing and began yelling outside. The individual told police the argument had not been physical. When an officer ran a routine warrants check on the residents though, they found Cornelius McMilan had an outstanding warrant for his arrest from the city of Gilbert for failure to comply. He was arrested.

On Sept. 19, a woman reported Shawn Baptisto was trying to force his way into her apartment. While responding, the officer was advised Baptisto had two warrants for his arrest. Upon arrival, the officer found Baptisto trying to hide in a different apartment’s patio area. Due to the lack of evidence and an independent witness no charges were filed for the night’s events, But Baptisto was arrested for the two warrants according to the police documents.

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Katie Sawyer covers Maricopa and the surrounding area for PinalCentral, including city, education, business, crime and more. She can be reached at ksawyer@pinalcentral.com.

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