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Silver Belt | Law enforcement searches Globe-Miami for wanted man

Photo credit/GCSO Ruben Mageno

The Gila County Sheriff’s Office, the Gila County Narcotics, Gang and Violent Crimes Task Force, and the Grove Police Department are looking for a Claypool man with a felony warrant who is considered armed and dangerous.

According to Sher, on the afternoon of Wednesday, May 3,If’s Office, an investigation issued a search warrant at the Central Heights residence. The operation was part of an assault, weapons, and felony warrant investigation involving Ruben Mageno, 34, of Claypool, whom law enforcement believes is in the Grove-Miami area. Mageno was not found at the residence and an investigation was ongoing at press time.

During the operation, the sheriff’s office alerted com.municipality Members were instructed to avoid areas close to Yuma Trail and Lincoln Street near Golden Hill and Russell Road. The search warrant was served by the Drug, Gang and Violent Crimes Task Force, Sheriff’s Office, Arizona Department of Public Safety, Grove Police Department, and San Carlos Apache Police Department.

Mageno called ‘Lil Rue’ explained in law encoercion 5 feet 7 inches, 215 pounds, dark hair and brown eyes, “evil side” tattoos under eyes, numerous neck tattoostoo. The sheriff’s office is asking anyone who has seen him or has information about his whereaboutsabout Call 911 or Dispatch Communication Center at 928-425-4449.

A Miami school issued a security alert to its campus Wednesday morning because Mageno is believed to be in the area. This was later changed to a full lockdown with no visitors allowed when a parent reportedly threatened him over the phone in an unrelated case. A woman identified as Alyssa Courtney, 31, of Miami He was arrested and imprisoned in Gila County Jail on charges of threatening or intimidating and obstructing/obstructing an educational institution through physical intimidation.

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