View the activity log for the Low Police Department from March 13th to 19th. Violations are listed in the order they appear in the log.
Lucille Gray, 58, of Yyanbito, New Mexico, and Corencia Lynch, 28, of Gallup, were stopped by police just before 4:30 p.m. in the 50th block of Clubs’ West Deuce. Mr. Lynch, the driver, was stopped at 55 inches. 35 mph zone.
The SLPD reported that she “showed signs of intoxication” and admitted to consuming alcohol before being stopped. She performed poorly on her on-site breathalyzer test, with her breath alcohol content readings of 0.166 for her and 0.162 for her.
It was also discovered that Lynch was driving with a license revoked in New Mexico due to a previous DUI. Passenger Gray was found with an open bottle of alcohol in the car.
Lynch was arrested for aggravated DUI and speeding, and Gray was charged with drinking in the car and released.
Just an hour later, White River resident Joshua Lupe, 39, was stopped for speeding near the intersection of US 60 and Little Mormon Lake Road. Lupe admitted to drinking “earlier in the day” after officers noticed signs of intoxication.
The resulting FST had BrAC measurements of 0.116 and 0.111. He was arrested for DUI and driving with a blood alcohol level of 0.08 or higher.
Around 9:30 p.m., Show Row resident Lloyd Chavez, 67, was stopped for making a detour on the 300 block of East Deuces of Clubs. Officers noted he showed signs of intoxication and had a poor consequent FST performance, though exact measurements were not provided.
Mr Chavez admitted to drinking and told police he was also taking painkillers. He was arrested for DUI. His charges are listed as “pending” while the SLPD awaits the results of blood tests.
Jacob Sharp, 24, of Bloomfield, New Mexico, was stopped early in the morning by police for failing to stop at a stop sign in the West Brady 200 block on Show Row. Sharp admitted to using marijuana and was arrested for DUI. A formal indictment is still pending, according to blood test results.
At 7:21 a.m., Elizabeth Raitt, 61, of the Shaw Low community, was stopped on the 500th block of North Clark Road in the suspect’s hometown after failing to dim her headlights. Raitt admitted to her drinking, and she was also arrested on suspicion of DUI.
White River resident Danny Taylor Jr., 42, was contacted by police after failing to stop at a nearby stop sign at Walgreens at 5160 South White Mountain Road. Officers reported that he “showed signs of intoxication” but had a low BrAC on examination. Officers found an open container of liquor in Taylor’s car. He was indicted and released on charges.
Show Row suspect Brian Sharter, 20, “drove off and hit a roadside sign” near Show Row Lake Road and Scott Ranch Road just before 7:46 a.m. However, the SLPD said the suspect “walked away without making any effort to report it.” In the event of an accident or damage. ”
Officers met with Ms Sharter after the accident, but she was released after failing to make a report after the hit-and-run.
Samuel Aldredge, 22, another Shaw Row resident, met the SLPD after trying to dispose of a pool table in the communal trash can of his apartment complex on the 400th block of North Central Avenue.
According to the arresting police officer, after management told the suspect that the pool table could not be disposed of that way, the suspect moved the table “over a six-foot-tall concrete-block wall to an adjoining property.” I threw it into the
He admitted that the table belonged to him, but said “someone else” threw it against the wall. He was arrested for littering.
At 5:45 p.m., White River resident Bobby Johnson, 58, shoplifts “frying pans, tea and belts” at Walmart at 5401 South White Mountain Road, Shaw Row. was witnessed.
Johnson admitted to stealing items and was found to have previously trespassed from the location. He was arrested for shoplifting.
At the same location, less than an hour later, officers were contacted by Walmart Loss Prevention about Thomasita Skidmore, 33, who also lives in White River. The suspect reportedly shoplifted $75 worth of “clothes and alcohol” before attempting to flee the store.
When police found a suspect who “matched the shoplifter’s description,” she was charged with shoplifting and released after admitting that she “should have paid for the goods.”
At the same Walmart store, Andrea Chaney, 47, a Heber resident, was seen sitting at a nearby bus stop drinking alcohol shortly after 10:30 p.m. and was charged with public drinking. , was released.
At 1:36 p.m., police were summoned to a residence located 600 blocks east of Nicholas on Show Row. Officers met Eli Baka, 19, from Show Low, who was described as “intoxicated and wanting more”.
The suspect’s mother contacted the SLPD after her son began “yelling and swearing and slamming doors.” The suspect allegedly pushed her mother away and punched her in the face during her temper tantrum.
Baka was arrested for assault, disorderly conduct and underage drinking.
Just before 9:05 p.m., police were dispatched near 4441 South White Mountain Road after receiving a call that a man had thrown an object on the freeway near Taco Bell and was lying in the driveway.
Arriving officers observed Richard Garcia, 39, of Show Low lying in a Taco Bell drive-thru, appearing “extremely drunk.” Garcia was arrested for obstructing a highway or thoroughfare.
Kurt Gessner, 61, of the Show Low area, was pulled over for speeding near the Show Low City Park at 1501 West Owens, the suspect’s hometown. During the stop, officers noticed signs of intoxication.
As a result of the resulting FST, the suspect performed poorly and he was arrested for DUI, although police records show that he was fully charged with blood test results not yet available. Are listed.
The location of Show Low’s Michael Perez, 37, was revealed to officers while investigating another case. The SLPD reportedly learned that Mr. Perez was serving two misdemeanor warrants for his arrest, and reportedly interrogated Mr. Perez in the gymnasium of Shaw Low Middle School, 500 blocks east of Old Linden Road. I was contacted.
Officers found the suspect in the gym’s parking lot and told Perez he was under arrest, but officers said Perez replied, “It’s not my daughter’s basketball game.” After police grabbed her hand, Perez tried to pull her away.
The SLPD said Perez “was given several orders to stop resisting and put his hands behind his back, but he kept trying to pull them away.” With the help of bystanders, police pushed Mr. Perez to the ground and handcuffed him.
Officers say the vehicle suffered about $1,000 in damage when they tried to load the suspect into it. Perez was arrested pursuant to an existing warrant and charged with additional charges of resisting arrest and criminal damages.
Shortly after 4 p.m., Concho David Scott, 63, went to SLPD headquarters at 411 East of Crabs to report that his cell phone had been stolen. Scott displayed signs of intoxication and he “admitted to drinking and driving to the police station”.
Scott did poorly on the FST as a result and was arrested on suspicion of DUI, but blood test results have not yet been charged.
At 11:11 p.m., Linden resident Logan Barkley, 22, was stopped by police for speeding near the intersection of West Old Linden Road and North Needles Creek.
Barkley was found to be driving with a suspended license as a result of a previous DUI. In addition, officers learned that the suspect had issued two arrest warrants through the Shaw Law Justice Court.
Berkeley was charged with driving under a suspended license and two existing misdemeanor warrants.
Police found Joshua Milligan, 30, from the Shaw Low community, walking around 1441 East Meadow View Place shortly after 4:30 p.m. I have confirmed that there are two.
When approached, Mr Milligan provided officers with a “pseudonym”. The suspect’s girlfriend, whose name was not disclosed, continued to provide officers with a different pseudonym than one already provided to police.
Milligan’s true identity was confirmed using advance booking photos, and the suspect was booked on two pre-existing misdemeanor warrants from the SLJC.
Shortly after 5 p.m., Jessica Barumby, 40, of Show Law, was seen walking near the Ponderosa Meadows Apartments at 250 North 16th Street. Officers knew she had multiple arrest warrants.
Officers “stopped and tried to talk to her” before Barumby ran through the open apartment door. According to reports, it was “not her apartment.”
Police said apartment residents tried to drag the suspect out of the house, but he jumped out a window and escaped.
Shortly thereafter, officers arrested Barumby on a standing warrant (two felonies and one misdemeanor) and one count of resisting arrest. However, officers reported that “other charges” in the case were still pending.