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

Arrests

Friday

Amy Mejia, 37, outstanding warrant and two probation violations.

Yolanda Hernandez, 61, two probation violations.

Francisco Yucupicio, 33, misconduct involving weapons.

Cobb Cozell, 22, disorderly conduct with weapon.

Mariann Long, 33, possession/use of drug paraphernalia

Denis Maradiaga, 38, second-degree failure to appear.

Racquel Piedra, 47, super extreme DUI with BAC of more than .20.

Stephen Starzl, 35, aggravated DUI with BAC .15-.20 and passenger under 15.

Calvin Lee, 29, probation violation.

Abdihakim Yusuf, 28, endangerment.

Tydell Cherry, 17, disorderly conduct, criminal damage, aggravated assault, threats, resisting arrest, theft-means of transportation, unlawful flight from law enforcement and DUI-liquor/drugs/vapors/combo.

Norman Norvell, 56, failure to comply with court order and first-degree criminal trespassing.

Dustin Couturier, 45, super extreme DUI with BAC of more than .20

Allen Moore, 48, outstanding warrant.

Stephen Guerra, 32, outstanding warrant.

Saturday

Sara Robles, 36, second-degree failure to appear and an outstanding warrant.

Cindy Coffin, 50, two outstanding warrants.

Gilbert Catha, 60, three outstanding warrants.

Michelle Stetz, 41, two outstanding warrants.

Jose Flores-Molina, 50, extreme DUI with BAC .15-.20.

Richard Mills, 34, three outstanding warrants.

Sunday

Nathaniel Mojica, 22, second-degree failure to appear and an outstanding warrant.

Matthew Mata, 19, aggravated assault of peace officer, disorderly conduct-fighting, criminal damage-deface and a probation violation.

Matthew Yanez, 31, third-degree criminal trespassing.

Daniel Sanchez, 27, aggravated assault-impede breath/blood, disorderly conduct-fighting, two probation violations and an outstanding warrant.

Bradley Marsh, 27, two outstanding warrants.

Nicholas Vass, 32, super extreme DUI with BAC of more than .20.

Anthony Campillo, 28, second-degree failure to appear.

Rosa Macazan, 32, outstanding warrant.

Bobby Ibarra, 23, criminal damage and three outstanding warrants.

Dayton Hughes, 27, third-degree burglary.

Dennis Bakker, 73, driving with suspended license, sex offender address change, sex offender failing to confirm ID and exceeding 85 mph.

Clinton Slaughter, 47, driving with suspended license, two counts of second-degree failure to appear and two outstanding warrants.

Russell Talavera, 28, outstanding warrant.

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Thefts

A theft was reported Friday in the 4700 block of North St. Joseph Street in Cactus Forest.

Shoplifting was reported Friday in the 3100 block of West Hunt Highway in San Tan Valley.

A theft was reported Friday in the 5500 block of East Mining Camp Street near Youngsberg.

A theft was reported Friday on East U.S. 60 near Superior.

The theft of a motorcycle was reported Saturday in the 1400 block of East 29th Avenue near Apache Junction.

A theft of a bicycle was reported Sunday in the 400 block of East First Street near Arizola.

Shoplifting was reported Sunday in the 14500 block of South Sunland Gin Road in Arizola.

A theft was reported Sunday in the 28500 block of North Opal Drive in San Tan Valley.

A theft from a motor vehicle was reported Sunday in the 2500 block of East San Manuel Road in San Tan Valley.

A stolen vehicle was recovered Sunday in the 800 block of West Baseline Avenue near Apache Junction.

Incidents

Assault with a firearm was reported Friday in the 2600 block of South Noble Street in Arizola.

An assault was reported Friday at North Parisi Street and East Anastasia Lane in San Tan Valley.

An assault was reported Saturday in the 8500 block of West Torreon Drive in Arizona City.

An assault was reported Saturday in the 8000 block of West Reata Lane in Arizona City.

A sex offense was reported Sunday at West State Route 84 and North Montgomery Road west of Casa Grande.

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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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