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

On Feb. 2, a concerned citizen called the police to report a man pulling the letters off of a Bashas’ sign. They also reported seeing the man throwing rocks at the sign. When police arrived on scene, they observed the damaged sign. An officer contacted Fabian Sanciprian, who matched the description the caller had given, and observed that he had blood on his jeans and hands. Sanciprian also reportedly had a strong odor of alcohol coming from him. He identified himself verbally, and police ran a check on him. He was found to have a warrant out for his arrest involving a previous incident of criminal damage. He was arrested for criminal damage and the outstanding warrant.

On Feb. 1 at around 8 a.m., police received reports of a vehicle stuck in a ditch near Smith-Enke Road. When police arrived, they found Aaron Littleman behind the wheel. Littleman reportedly had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath, and displayed obvious signs of extreme intoxication. He refused to give identification, or follow commands of officers. Littleman was arrested and found to have his license previously revoked for DUI. Upon search of the vehicle, officers reportedly found several open containers of vodka. Littleman refused a breathalyzer, and blood was taken from him via warrant. He was arrested and booked for aggravated extreme DUI.

On Jan. 29, Maricopa police were advised that the Department of Public Safety were at QuikTrip with Dennis Lenhart, who had a warrant out of Maricopa. He identified himself and was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant.

On Jan. 27, police responded to Miramar Road for a civil standby. The reporting party, Paris Evans, told police she was arguing with another woman and needed police to standby while she went into the residence to collect her belongings. The woman allowed her into the residence. The officer advised Evans they would only stand by for 15 minutes, per policy. After 15 minutes, the officer told Evans she needed to leave. Evans was told that the remainder of her things would be mailed to her by the other woman. Evans allegedly began to scream that she would not leave until she had collected her items. The woman asked police to have Evans removed. Evans reportedly continued to scream and curse at the woman, who advised she’d like to press charges for disorderly conduct. Evans was arrested for disorderly conduct.

On Jan. 27, police conducted a traffic stop. The driver, Kira Briley, was found to have an outstanding warrant out of Yavapai County. She was arrested.

On Jan. 27, Maricopa police responded to a 911 hang-up at Alamendras Street. Police made contact with Anthony Moore, and records indicated he had a warrant for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into Pinal County Jail.

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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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