On April 15, Maricopa Police conducted a traffic stop on Lakeview Drive. The driver verbally identified himself and stated he did not have any identification with him. During the investigation, officers were able to locate a driver's license that belonged to the driver but did not match the name originally given. Uriah Stricker allegedly admitted to giving the name of his brother and was found to be driving on a suspended license. K-9 Murphy was deployed and alerted to the presence of a substance inside the vehicle. Inside, police found a glass pipe with white residue.
Stricker was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a suspended license and false reporting to a law enforcement officer.
On April 12, police responded to a call from a Culver’s employee reporting a man laying on the ground outside. Josue Cruz-Borbon was located and found to be in possession of a gas card that was not his. He said he found it on the ground. The gas card owner, Autozone, said the card had last been seen inside a company vehicle. Cruz-Borbon was arrested for theft and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On April 8, David Campbell Jr. was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct following a verbal and physical dispute at a home on Manderas Lane.
On April 8, Antonio Santos allegedly attacked an individual with disabilities at a home on Mac Neil Street. According to the police report, Santos reportedly punched the person with disabilities repeatedly in the face, causing heavy bruising and a hemorrhage in their right eye. Santos also threatened the alleged victim’s life. The individual is not able to independently move, and could not defend themself in the alleged attack. The reported injuries were not discovered until the next day when the individual’s caregiver arrived. Santos denied the allegations, and was arrested and charged with two counts of felony aggravated assault, assault, endangerment, disorderly conduct and threats.
On April 7, Daniel Castillo was taken into custody from the Gila River Jail and transported to Pinal County Jail for an outstanding warrant.
On April 7, Theodore Whitfield was arrested for a warrant during a traffic stop on McDavid Road and transported to Pinal County Jail.
On April 7, Jason Granoski was arrested for two outstanding warrants during a traffic stop on Adams Way. Granoski was also found to be in possession of three firearms, and was charged with being a prohibited possessor.
On April 6, an Arby’s shift manager called police to report a man outside the drive-thru window after the restaurant was closed yelling about the CIA. Police arrived and found Nathan Leichter, who refused to identify himself but was known by the reporting officer due to previous contacts. Leichter was arrested for failure to identify and trespassing.
On April 3, police were called to the intersection of Maricopa Groves Parkway and Elizabeth Ave for a physical altercation. According to the police report, Terrence Blount allegedly punched and kicked another person, and knocked out their tooth during the altercation. Blount was arrested for one count of aggravated assault and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On April 3, police contacted Roi Majid on Rosemont Street and arrested him for an extradition warrant out of California, no bond.
On April 2, police made contact with Bobby Thomas and told him he had been trespassed from the dirt lot next to Goodyear Iconic Tire Shop and to take his belongings and tent. He had been approached the previous night by officers telling him that his tent and belongings would be considered littering if he remained. He was arrested by police and charged with littering.
On March 29, Police were called after a physical confrontation between Leslie Reyes and another member of a residence on Michaels Drive which left the other person with bruises and a cut to their eyebrow. Reyes was charged with assault – domestic violence.
On March 30, police stopped a man walking in the roadway in the area of the Rancho El Dorado community. The man refused to identify himself to police. He was later identified as Eli Anguliano. Anguliano was arrested by Maricopa police and charged with refusing to provide a truthful name and false reporting to a law enforcement officer.
On March 29, Baron Antone was taken into custody from the Gila River Jail and transported to Pinal County Jail for an outstanding warrant.
On March 28, Diane Muto was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Eloy and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On March 27, Christopher Germain was allegedly detained at Fry’s grocery store after a shoplifting incident. He was later arrested by Maricopa police for an outstanding warrant and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On March 25, police responded to a verbal disagreement on Magnolia Road where they found Tameka Barton who was allegedly very irate and reportedly admitted to breaking items in the home. She was arrested for criminal damage and disorderly conduct and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On March 25, police were called to a disturbance on Starlight Drive. There, they found an alleged victim with a fresh bump and bruise on their forehead and injuries to their ear. Cameron Garrett was arrested for assault and disorderly conduct and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On March 23, Glenn Edaakie reportedly became intoxicated and destroyed the cellphone of an alleged victim who was recording him as he was being erratic at a home on Velazquez Drive. Edaakie was arrested for criminal damage and disorderly conduct and booked into Pinal County Jail.
On March 23, Eugenio Valenzuela was taken into custody from the Gila River Jail and transported to Pinal County Jail for two outstanding warrants.
On March 21, Maria Robles was taken into custody from the Gila River Jail and transported to Pinal County Jail for an outstanding warrant out of the City of Maricopa.
On March 19, police conducted a traffic stop on Spencer Gay and found him to be in possession of over 3 ounces of individually wrapped marijuana, drug paraphernalia, $3,200 in cash and a 9mm handgun. Gay was arrested for possession of marijuana for sale, drug paraphernalia, possession of a deadly weapon in commission of a felony and money laundering.
On March 16, police received a call from a resident of a home on Tucker Road reporting their son had discharged a weapon inside the home. Bennito Servian allegedly purchased a weapon and was manipulating it in his room when it accidentally discharged. The bullet went through both his bed and the floor and then into the below garage. The caller left the home with two minors and called police, who came to the home and arrested Servian for unlawful discharge, discharge of a deadly weapon and endangerment.
On March 16, police conducted a traffic stop and found the passenger in the vehicle, Sergio Chochran, had three warrants for his arrest. He was arrested and taken to Pinal County Jail.
On March 13, Alexander Nieto was arrested near Murphy and Honeycutt roads after he was found to have five active warrants for his arrest.