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

Arrests

Friday

Peter Long, 32, suspicion of possession/use of drug paraphernalia, prisoner making contraband and possession/use of marijuana.

Alas Barre, 49, suspicion of first-degree trespassing, third-degree trespassing-railroad, failure to comply with court order, resisting arrest and an outstanding warrant.

Codey Heffner, 19, suspicion of domestic violence-fighting, assault with intent to injure and criminal damage.

Alden Lopez Rodriguez, 33, suspicion of false reporting to law enforcement and possession/use of marijuana.

Tamera Tobler, 44, six outstanding warrants and a parole violation.

Travis Cale, 38, suspicion of first-degree trespassing, third-degree burglary and criminal damage.

Codey Foy, 43, suspicion of possession of weapon by prohibited person, disorderly conduct with weapon, preventing use of telephone in emergency, disorderly conduct-fighting and discharging firearm in city limits.

Dustin Pierwola, 40, suspicion of possession/use of dangerous drug and possession/use of drug paraphernalia.

Samuel Southard, 28, state parole violation.

Saturday

Arther Gil, 34, suspicion of drug paraphernalia violation, possession/use of dangerous drug, resisting arrest and a probation violation.

Kermit Hoyt, 29, suspicion of possession/use of dangerous drug and possession/use of drug paraphernalia.

Richard Alvarez, 51, six outstanding warrants and suspicion of a drug paraphernalia violation.

Anderson Bia, 48, suspicion of criminal damage, domestic violence-fighting and a probation violation.

Jessy Williams, 40, suspicion of aggravated assault.

Michael Smith, 63, outstanding warrant.

Jeffery Moreno, 41, suspicion of possession/use of dangerous drug, possession/use of marijuana and possession/use of drug paraphernalia.

Richard Peralta, 29, suspicion of misconduct involving weapons, harassment, aggravated assault with deadly weapon, endangerment and disorderly conduct with a weapon.

Amelda Pablo, 47, outstanding warrant.

Sunday

Kelli Lambert, 33, suspicion of possession/use of narcotic drug, possession/use of drug paraphernalia and two outstanding warrants.

Sherlynn Miller, 47, suspicion of aggravated DUI-license suspended for DUI.

Andrew Pavano, 31, suspicion of resisting arrest and failure to obey police officer.

Mark Encinas, 54, suspicion of aggravated assault on peace officer.

Prince Gaye, 29, contempt of court, suspicion of first-degree trespassing and second-degree burglary.

Gabriel Rhodes, 47, second-degree failure to appear and an outstanding warrant.

James Jefferies, 36, outstanding warrant.

Thefts

Shoplifting was reported Friday in the 1700 block of East Florence Boulevard in Casa Grande.

A theft was reported Friday in the 8200 block of South Sunland Gin Road near Arizola.

A theft was reported Friday in the 8800 block of Southwest Santa Cruz Boulevard in Arizona City.

A theft was reported Friday in the 2500 block of East Hunt Highway in San Tan Valley.

Shoplifting was reported Saturday in the 1700 block of East Florence Boulevard in Casa Grande.

A theft was reported Saturday in the 40800 block of North Ironwood Drive near Queen Creek.

The theft of a vehicle was reported Saturday in the 42600 block of North Suburban Avenue near Queen Creek.

A theft was reported Saturday in the 900 block of West Sixth Avenue in San Manuel.

A theft was reported Sunday in the 3100 block of North Anthem Way in San Tan Valley.

A theft was reported Sunday in the 5800 block of East Valley View Drive in San Tan Valley.

Incidents

An assault of a peace officer was reported Saturday in the 5700 block of West Victory Way near Florence.

An assault was reported Saturday in the 4500 block of East Silverbell Road in San Tan Valley.

An assault was reported Saturday in the 100 block of North Lobb Avenue in Superior.

An assault with a firearm was reported Saturday at West Gibbs Avenue and South Belmont Street in Superior.

An assault was reported Sunday in the 3400 block of North Hunt Highway in San Tan Valley.

An assault was reported Sunday at North Occidental Boulevard and West Mountain Vista Avenue in San Tan Valley.

An assault of a peace officer was reported Sunday in the 5300 block of South Superstition Mountain Drive in Gold Canyon.

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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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