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Man Arrested For Child Molestation Edgar ‘Sonny’ Rasmussen
Boord of Grand Island, NE,
Rojas-Nava an illegal Mexican National Edgar “Sonny” Rasmussen, and one step grandson Jona-
78, of Marquette, NE died than Boord of Vail, CO; one
By Christina Fuoco- Saturday, December 11, 2010. brother Morris “Babe” Ras-
Karasinski Junction was later transported views are being pursued to
the Pinal County Detention investigate the totality of the Memorial services were held mussen of Central City, NE;
The News Wednesday, December 15, and one sister Jeanne (Roger)
Center in Florence, where he allegations,” said Capt. Tom
A 46-year-old illegal Mexi- is being held without bond. Kelly of the Apache Junction 2010, at Wagner Funeral Schroeder of Holbrook, NE.
can National was arrested The two victims are females Police Department. Home in Central City, NE. Edgar was preceded in death
Tuesday, December 14, on known to Rojas-Nava. The Department of Home- Burial was in the Central City by his parents, one sister and
five counts of child molesta- “The AJPD Criminal Inves- land Security has filed an Cemetery with military rites. brother in law – Joan and Don
tion, Apache Junction police tigation Division conducted immigration detainer, Kelly He is survived by his wife Glantz, and one grandchild
said. cooperative interviews with added. Betty of rural Marquette, NE; Kristen Murphy. Memorials
Juan Rojas-Nava of Apache Nava and additional inter- one son Terry (Eileen) Ras- are suggested to the Ameri-
Juan Rojas-Nava mussen of Central City, NE; can Legion Lone Tree Post #6
Keeping Students Safe Online one daughter Vicki (John Jr.)
Boord of Grand Island, NE;
two grandsons Daniel Boord
and condolences may be sent
to the family at the funeral
home website, www.wagner-
Youth taught safety, responsibility in accessing technology of Omaha, NE and Joshua funeral.com
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Peaks Elementary School tive or unlawful situations
hosted a pair of assemblies online and how to respond
December 10 to launch a part- appropriately. Friday COLOR or $
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The assemblies were moder- content and contact with po- active online, we can provide i-SAFE curriculum dedicated Carry Paul MitChell, JoiCo, aMeriCan Crew, redKen,
ated by Four Peaks Principal tentially dangerous people,” the tools to take advantage of to educating and empowering it’s a 10, nioxin, sebastian, tigi, & oPi
Brenda Farris, AJUSD Tech- Farris said. “By introduc- everything the Internet has to youth to safely, responsibly now Carry John Paul Pet ProduCts
nology Integration Specialist ing these lessons now, when offer and to be safe while ac- and productively use infor-
Tracy Watanabe, and Apache children are just becoming cessing it.” mation and communications
Concepts introduced during technologies. For more infor-
the assemblies will be rein- mation, contact Four Peaks
City Court forced throughout the remain-
der of the school year by the
Elementary School at (480)
Apache Junction City Magistrate Court
300 E. Superstition Blvd. Sheriff’s Record
City Magistrate James Hazel, Presiding SunTech Computers
December 14 - Robert A. Leigh, 52, of AJ, guilty of driv-
ing on suspended license. Sentenced to $770 fine.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Department 10839 E. Apache Trail #139
Apache Junction, AZ 85120
December 14 - Ernie Arandollo, 30, of Mesa, guilty of Sheriff Paul Babeu, Pinal County Sheriff
possession drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to substance Arrests
abuse program, $310 fine. December 10 - Manuel Borbon, 30, of AJ, was arrested
December 14 - Matthew S. Burton, 26, of San Tan Valley, for failure to appear in 2nd degree.
guilty of driving on suspended license, no insurance. Sen- December 10 - Michael Bringer, 27, of AJ, was arrested
tenced to $933 fine.
December 15 - Yolanda Holmes, 34, of Mesa, guilty of
for probation violation.
December 11 - Kenneth D. Curtis, 48, was arrested for
driving on suspended license, failure to appear. Sentenced DUI with BAC .08 or more.
to $820 fine. December 12 - Daryl Wayne Kelly, 22, of AJ, was ar-
6am lo 0 9pm
December 15 - Julian Espinoza, 31, of AJ, guilty of dis- rested for possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of
orderly conduct/DV. Sentenced to 12 months supervised marijuana.
probation, domestic relations program, attend AA meet- Wade Boyd Leatherman - 28, of AJ, was arrested for Last
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ings for 10 months, $125 attorney fee, $770 fine. criminal damage, threatening/intimidation, disorderly
December 15 - Jerry Larsen, 37, of AJ, guilty of disorder- conduct.
ly conduct. Sentenced to 6 months supervised probation,
alcohol/drug screening, $125 attorney fee, $100 fine. All regular size front loaders
December 15 - Clinton Dugger, 52, of AJ, guilty of crimi-
nal damage. Sentenced to 10 days jail, $195.98 restitution,
Justice Court • Large Loader’s Prices Reduced, Too!
20 hours community restitution. • Drop-off Laundry $1/lb. - 8lb. min.
December 15 - Rene E. Laborde, 49, of Queen Creek,
guilty of DUI. Sentenced to 10 days jail, 9 days postponed, Apache Junction • Ironing Available FREE
alcohol/drug screening, MADD, $158.24 prosecution re- Pinal County Justice Court • R.O. Water - Only 15¢/gal.
covery fee, $36.80 court enhancement fee, $193.83 jail 575 N. Idaho Rd.
costs, $500 prison construction fund, $500 state fund/pub-
Judge Dennis Lusk, Presiding Westar Laundry
lic safety equipment fund.
December 15 - Rico Chavez, 22, of AJ, guilty of driving Luis Quiroz II - 35, of Queen Creek, guilty of DUI. Sen- 10700 E. Apache Trail X
tenced to alcohol screening, MADD screening, 1 day jail,
on suspended license. Sentenced to $770 fine.
24 months unsupervised probation, $1731 fine.
Cecilia Jones - 35, of Queen Creek, guilty of driving on
Police Record suspended license. Sentenced to 36 months unsupervised
probation, $845 fine.
Dallas Ernst - 30, of San Tan Valley, guilty of fictitious
PINAL COUNTY AIR QUALITY CONTROL DISTRICT
plates. Sentenced to 24 months unsupervised probation,
The Apache Junction Police Department $260 fine.
The District hereby gives notice that it proposes to approve the following
permit(s) or permit revision(s). Each list includes the following, in order:
Chief of Police, Jerald Monahan Mercedes Zukatis - 18, of Queen Creek, guilty of under- the proposed permit number, company name, company address, facility
location, facility type and the air contaminants to be emitted or poten-
December 8 - December 14, 2010 age consumption. Sentenced to alcohol screening, MADD tially emitted (Volatile Organic Compounds will be abbreviated as V.O.C.;
Arrests screening, 12 months unsupervised probation. Hazardous Air Pollutants are abbreviated as the HAPS; Benzene, Toluene,
December 9 - Bradley Johnson, 18, of the 200 block S. Joseph Jessop - 27, of AJ, guilty of driving on suspended Ethyl Benzene, and Xylene are abbreviated as BTEX):
Ocotillo Drive, was arrested for burglary/breaking and en- license. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation, Permit No. B31039.000
tering. $328 fine. Section 8, LLC
Kyle Holbrook - 20, of Chandler, guilty of underage DUI. 5346 S. Desertview Dr, Bldg 10
December 9 - Cynthia Camarco, 56, of the 200 block N. Apache Junction, AZ 85210
Meridian Road, was arrested for disorderly conduct. Sentenced to alcohol screening, MADD screening, 24 Section 8
December 9 - Faron Leep, 54, of the 900 block N. Monterey months unsupervised probation. 5346 S. Desertview Dr, Bldg 10
Adam Scott - 29, of Queen Creek, guilty of driving on Apache Junction, AZ
Drive, was arrested for drug/narcotic violations. Facility Type - Powder Coating Facility
December 13 - Johnny Bell, 39, of the 100 block S. 95th suspended license. Sentenced to 36 months unsupervised Emissions - Nitrogen Oxides, Carbon Monoxide, Sulfur Oxides, Particu-
Street, was arrested for drug/narcotic violations. probation, $1019 fine. late Matter, V.O.C.
December 13 - Eric Grubbs, 18, of the 1300 block W. 18th Ric Andersen - 40, of Gilbert, guilty of driving on sus- Under A.R.S. § 49-480, any person who may be adversely affected by the
Avenue, was arrested for drug/narcotic violations. pended license. Sentenced to 2 days jail, 24 months unsu- permit may file a written objection to the issuance of the permit and may
pervised probation, $629 fine. request (in writing) a public hearing. Objections, comments or a request
December 14 - Devon Lorance, 18, of the 6800 block E. for a hearing are due during the public comment period, which ends upon
Las Mananitas, was arrested for drug equipment viola- Rudolph Sandquist - 33 of Queen Creek, guilty of driv- the latter of thirty (30) days from the first publication of this notice, or
tions. ing on suspended license. Sentenced to 24 months unsu- close of business on the date of any hearing that may be held. Send objec-
pervised probation, $629 fine. tions/comments/requests to Pinal County Air Quality Control District, P.
December 14 - Ashley Rose, 25, of the 4600 block E. Sil- O. Box 987, Florence, AZ 85232 or deliver to 31 N. Pinal Street, Build-
verbell, was arrested for shoplifting. ing F, Development Services, Florence, Arizona. The telephone number is
December 14 - Wade Porter, 39, of the 1700 block S. Som- Any objection shall state the name and mailing address of the objector,
brero Road, was arrested for drug equipment violations. be signed by the objector, their agent or attorney, and clearly set forth
December 14 - Russell Demery, 29, of the 600 block E. the reasons why the permit should not be issued. Grounds for objections
are limited to whether the proposed permit meets the criteria for issuance
Southern Avenue, was arrested for burglary/breaking and prescribed in A.R.S. § 49-480 or in § 49-481. The permit package, all
entering. comments and objections will be available for public inspection and/or
Incidents copying at the above address Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. excluding Holidays. PINAL COUNTY
December 8 - Theft/burglary 2nd degree/criminal damage AIR QUALITY CONTROL DISTRICT
in the 600 block W. 16th Avenue. Forgery in the 400 block DONALD P. GABRIELSON, DIRECTOR
Dates Published: December 13, 20, 2010
W. Apache Trail. Theft/burglary 2nd degree in the 2600 End of 30-day comment Period: January 8, 2011
block W. Cody Street. Burglary 3rd degree in the 1700
block W. Apache Trail.
December 9 - Burglary 2nd degree in the 100 block S.
Ironwood Drive. Theft in the 900 block N. Monterey
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