The following people were booked into the Pinal County Adult Detention Center:

Arrests

Friday

Stanley Green, 41, disorderly conduct-fighting, resisting arrest, two counts of first-degree criminal trespassing and an outstanding warrant.

Scarpion Smith, 48, second-degree failure to appear, shoplifting and second-degree criminal trespassing.

Gage Bowra, 27, aggravated DUI — license suspended for DUI.

Alexis Gonsalves, 25, trafficking in stolen property and a drug paraphernalia violation.

Nicholas Dewlaney, 40, DUI-liquor/drugs/vapors/combo.

Carla Mickelson, 74, super extreme DUI with BAC of .20 or more.

Andre Stewart, 49, second-degree failure to appear.

Josue Garcia-Gutierrez, 37, possession/use of a dangerous drug.

Jerome Pablo, 38, two outstanding warrants.

James Travella , 32, aggravated DUI — license suspended for DUI.

Andrew Grant, 25, shoplifting, assault, assault with intent to injure, aggravated assault of health care professional and an outstanding warrant.

Saturday

Treasure McKenzie, 36, fraudulent schemes and artifices, taking identity of another and forgery.

James Austin, 23, two outstanding warrants.

Dylan Parks, 28, two dangerous drug violations.

Donald Jacques, 60, an outstanding warrant.

Katrina Sisney, 37, possession/use of drug paraphernalia, possession/use of prescription drug and an outstanding warrant.

Brittany Burge, 31, second-degree failure to appear.

Danuel Garcia, 23, probation violation.

Sunday

Arnold Boni, 39, five outstanding warrants.

Cassandra Garcia, 42, disorderly conduct-fighting and three outstanding warrants.

Adrian Marquez, 32, possession of dangerous drug for sale, possession/use of marijuana, drug paraphernalia violation and a probation violation.

Christopher Miranda, 33, outstanding warrant.

Allen Markgraf, 25, DUI-liquor/drugs/vapors/combo.

Sharod Greer, 32, five counts of second-degree failure to appear.

Anthony Hernandez, 25, outstanding warrant.

Blaine Lewis, 23, threats of intimidation and third-degree criminal trespassing.

Gilbert Sanchez, 41, aggravated assault-impede breath/blood and unlawful imprisonment.

Christopher Chiriac, 21, driving with suspended license.

Erin Lansberry, 41, outstanding warrant.

Thefts

The theft of a vehicle was reported Friday in the 4700 block of Bonanza Drive in Randolph.

A theft was reported Friday in the 26000 block of North Mitchell Trail in San Tan Valley.

A theft was reported Friday in the 4200 block of East Coal Street in San Tan Valley.

A theft was reported Friday in the 900 block of North Al Sieber Road near Apache Junction.

A theft was reported Friday in the 1000 block of East American Avenue in Oracle.

The theft of a vehicle was reported Friday in the 10300 block of West Midnight Drive in Arizona City.

A theft was reported Saturday in the 1100 block of East Desert Moon Trail in San Tan Valley.

Shoplifting was reported Saturday in the 1700 block of West Hunt Highway in San Tan Valley.

A theft was reported Saturday in the 400 block of North Main Street in Superior.

A theft was reported Saturday in the 800 block of North Oakcliffe Court in Oracle.

Shoplifting was reported Sunday in the 300 block of West Hunt Highway in San Tan Valley.

Incidents

An assault was reported Friday in the 500 block of South San Carlos Street in Florence.

Fraud was reported Friday in the 1500 block of West Lind Road in San Tan Valley.

An assault was reported Friday in the 1200 block of East Press Place in Queen Creek.

A sex offense was reported Friday in the 2500 block of East Germann Road near Queen Creek.

An assault with a weapon was reported Friday in the 200 block of South McNab Parkway in San Manuel.

An assault was reported Saturday in the 15700 block of West Belmont Drive near Casa Grande.

An assault was reported Sunday in the 500 block of North Eleven Mile Corner near Casa Grande.

An assault with a firearm was reported Sunday in the 1000 block of East Denim Trail in San Tan Valley.

Fraud was reported Sunday in the 100 block of East Mayfield Drive in San Tan Valley.

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Jim Headley is a reporter covering breaking news, crime and justice around Pinal County. He can be reached at jheadley@pinalcentral.com.

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