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28 Arrested In SWAT Round Up No School Sept. 23
AJPD conducts warrant search “By holding these individu- rests, the Apache Junction
Classes will not be held
at any of the schools in the
that Arizona teachers need to
take an increasing amount of
By Christina Fuoco- als accountable for the crimes Police Department Deten- Apache Junction Unified training and courses each year
Karasinski The warrant roundup was they have already been ac- tion Staff played a huge role School District on Wednes- to retain their certification.
conducted to prevent those cused of, the police depart- in managing and processing day, September 23, because All school offices will be
wanted from committing acts ment hopes to send a strong the individuals brought in by of an Inservice Training Day open during their usual hours
Members of the Apache that would endanger the pub- message that criminal behav- SWAT team members,” Mo- for all teachers. on this day. For more infor-
Junction Special Weapons lic, such as running from the ior will not be tolerated.” nahan said. School district spokeswom- mation, call (480) 982-1110,
and Tactical (SWAT) team police in a pursuit, and com- SWAT team members were Three of the 28 arrests also an Carol Shepherd explained ext. 2014.
arrested 28 people with out- mitting other crimes while used in this operation because had felony warrants from
standing warrants during a being wanted on other out- of their training and expertise Maricopa County Superior
search throughout Apache standing criminal matters,” in handling fugitive status in- Court, and one of the arrest
Junction on Wednesday, Sep- Police Chief Jerald Monahan dividuals. warrants served was for a vi-
tember 9. said in a press release. The operation was con- olent offense, Monahan said. Barbara Anne Ross
Bertha “Berti” Mae Atwell
ducted in partnership with the Overall I feel the operation Barbara Anne Ross, 75, of
Bertha “Berti” Mae Atwell,
Apache Junction Municipal was a success as on many
67, of Gold Canyon, AZ, Apache Junction, AZ, passed
Court. occasions those wanted for away on September 12, 2009,
passed away September 9,
“City Judge James Hazel outstanding warrants tend in her AJ home. Barbara was
2009, in Mesa, AZ. Ser-
made himself available to to commit additional crimes born in Abington, PA, on No-
vices were held at Mountain
see many of the arrestees and while avoiding the long arms
Apache Junction provide them an opportunity of the law,” said SWAT Com-
View Funeral Home Friday, vember 22, 1933. She lived in
Arizona since 1961. She was
September 18 at 1 p.m. Me-
Pinal County Justice Court to resolve the warrant status mander, Lt. Jeff Robinson. morials may be made to the an avid hiker, a wonderful
575 N. Idaho Rd. they were on and with 28 ar- mother and a faithful Jeho-
Arizona Humane Society,
Judge Dennis Lusk, Presiding 9226 N. 13th Ave., Phoenix, vah’s Witness. Barbara was
Nathanael Hardy - 27, of Queen Creek, guilty of speed.
Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation, $310
Sheriff’s Record AZ 85021. Arrangements
by Mountain View Funeral
survived by her 7 children, 15
grandchildren, 2 great-grand-
children, 2 sisters, a brother,
Jeffery Lloyd - 49, of Mesa, guilty of driving on sus- Arley Jarret Parsley and her devoted ex-husband
pended license. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised The Pinal County Sheriff’s Department Joseph James Ross Jr. She
probation, $619 fine. Sheriff Paul Babeu, Pinal County Sheriff was a great encouragement
Ivory Mattiex II - 30, of Queen Creek, guilty of driving Arrests and inspiration to many. She
on suspended license. Sentenced to 12 months unsuper- September 10 - Felix Rodriguez Cuevas, 44, of AJ, was will be greatly missed. The
vised probation, $619 fine. arrested for fictitious license plate. family has requested that
Joshua Ferguson - 21, of Phoenix, guilty of driving on September 10 - Richard Vannoy Garner, 31, of AJ, was donations be given to The
suspended license. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised arrested for probation violation. Crossing Hospice Care of
probation, $1136 fine. September 11 - Amelia Jiminez Reyes, 35, of AJ, was 2423 W. Dunlap Ave, #147,
Christopher Mayberry - 47, of Queen Creek, guilty of arrested on a courtesy hold. Phoenix, AZ 85021, (602)
driving on suspended license. Sentenced to 12 months un- September 15 - Leonard Paul Liszewski, 58, of AJ, was 216-0330.
supervised probation, $320 fine. arrested for disorderly conduct/fighting, criminal damage/
Megan Richardson - 26, of Queen Creek, guilty of driv- defacing.
ing on suspended license. Sentenced to 12 months unsu- September 15 - Ramona Benny Batie, 38, of AJ, was ar-
pervised probation, $354 fine. rested for driving with license suspended, possession of
Michelle Kroese - 21, of Chandler, guilty of DUI. Sen- cancelled, fraudulent drivers license.
tenced to alcohol screening, MADD screening 30 days September 17 - Clay Logan Barber, 19, of AJ, was ar- Arley Jarret Parsley, 47,
jail, 24 months unsupervised probation, $4227 fine. rested for interfering with judicial procedures, failure to born July 28, 1962, of Kulm,
Parmena Duna - 20, of Queen Creek, guilty of under- appear in 2nd degree. ND, died Friday, Septem-
age consumption. Sentenced to alcohol screening, MADD ber 4, 2009, at his home. He
screening, 12 months unsupervised probation, $553 fine. is survived by his parents,
Michael Bagnall - 18, of Coolidge, guilty of underage Karen & Cliff Parsley, & one
consumption. Sentenced to alcohol screening, MADD sister, Terry (Mike) Brass-
screening, 12 months unsupervised probation, $553 fine. field of Apache Junction,
Kathy Mitchell - 38, of Gilbert, guilty of shoplifting. Sen- one brother, Chad (Calvin)
tenced to 12 months unsupervised probation, $553 fine. The Apache Junction Police Department Parsley of Phoenix, AZ. and
Willis Mace - 20, of Casa Grande, guilty of shoplifting. wife Margie, one son Adam,
Chief of Police, Jerald Monahan and two daughters, Jamie and
Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation, $553
fine. September 9 - September 15, 2009 Ashley all of Kulm. We will
Anthony Davis - 29, of Florence, guilty of driving on Arrests
suspended license. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised September 9 - Joshua M. Baxter, 22, of the 400 block of
probation, $440 fine. West 18th Avenue, was arrested for possession of danger-
Victor Camacho - 20, of Queen Creek, guilty of criminal ous drugs.
damage/disorderly conduct. Sentenced to 12 months un- September 9 - Gregory A. Wyke, 55, of the 2400 block The Services Include:
supervised probation, $553 fine. of East 15th Avenue, was arrested for false reporting to
Beauty Roller Sets • Curling Iron
Perms • Color • Frosts
September 9 - Jeremy C. Gwynne, 28, 100 block of STOP
City Court North Palo Verde Drive, was arrested for assault/domes-
tic violence. 1678 West Abba • Matrix • RedKen • Wella
September 9 - Lonnie D. Schuster, 48, transient, was ar- Supersition Blvd.
Apache Junction City Magistrate Court
rested for possession of dangerous drugs, possession of (N.W. Corner of
prescription drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. Superstition Blvd. A Men/Women Salon
300 E. Superstition Blvd. September 10 - Jaremy J. Denton, 32, of the 400 block & Ironwood) Open Tuesdays - Saturdays
City Magistrate James Hazel, Presiding of East 4th Avenue, was arrested for telephone harass-
September 8 - Roderick Baugh, 52, of AJ, guilty of disor- ment.
derly conduct/DV. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised September 10 - Jason M. Barber, 38, transient, was cited
Kyhn s Jewelers
probation, contentious relationships program, $300 fine, and released for public urination.
probation can be termed in 6 months if all terms are met. September 12 - David J. Colletti, 29, of the 200 block
September 8 - Jaimie Burton, 32, of AJ, guilty of driving of North Winchester Road, was arrested for aggravated
on suspended license. Sentenced to $760 fine. assault/law enforcement officer and resisting arrest. Jef- “Your Family Jeweler Since 1972”
September 8 - Dori Landolt, 22, of Tempe, guilty of no frey D. Colletti, 23, of the same address was arrested for September Birthstone Jewelry
valid drivers license. Sentenced to $200 fine. unlawful flight, reckless driving and threatening/intimi-
September 8 - Aaron Flores, 20, of Mesa, guilty of under- dating.
age consumption. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised September 13 - Christina Marcheski, 18, of the 7700 Similar
probation, substance abuse program, $300, probation can block of East Emelita Avenue, Mesa, was cited and re- (Reg. prices)
be terminated when all terms are met. leased for minor in consumption of alcohol.
September 8 - Seth Meyers, 19, of Mesa, guilty of under- September 13 - Dustin S. Ford, 25, of the 700 block of APACHE JUNCTION
age consumption. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised South 98th Street, Mesa, and David T. Porter, 36, of the 3061 W. Apache Trail
probation, substance abuse program, $300, probation can 2600 block of West Saddle Butte Street, were both ar-
be terminated when all terms are met. rested for forgery/check fraud. Layaway
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September 15 - Michael Ramsey, 43, of AJ, guilty of September 14 - David J. Beaver, 55, of the 2600 block Available (SE Corner Meridian & Apache Trail)
driving on suspended license. Sentenced to $760 fine. of West Gregory Street and James E. Williams, 59, of the
September 15 - Adam Ray, 22, of AJ, guilty of disorderly 3100 block of East Broadway Avenue, Mesa, were both
conduct. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation, cited and released for disorderly conduct/fighting. Summer Hours: 8am-6pm 7 days a week
anger management program, $200 fine. September 15 - Joe Perez, 43, of the 2400 block of North
September 15 - Jarrad Patrick, 37, of AJ, guilty of driving Shiprock Street, was arrested for driving suspended,
on suspended license. Sentenced yo $760 fine. failure to provide ID, aggravated/DUI, possession of
September 15 - David Laubinger, 33, of Rimrock, guilty stolen property, theft of means of transportation.
of driving on suspended license. Sentenced to $760 fine. Incidents
September 15 - Jose Carreon, 21, of Mesa, guilty of driv- September 9 - Reported a theft in the 200 block of South
ing on suspended license. Sentenced to $760 fine. Ironwood Drive. Stolen was a Stihl model No. BR420C, Flu Shots
September 15 - Michael Walz, 20, of AJ, guilty of driving serial No. 260117510 leaf blower. Door to Door time is 39 Minutes
on suspended license. Sentenced to $760 fine. September 9 - Reported a failure to return vehicle in the
September 15 - Raul Ruiz, 24, of Arizona City, guilty of 1100 block of West Apache Trail. Stolen was a tan 1995 For our cash patients
driving on suspended license. Sentenced to $760 fine. GMC van.
September 15 - Brent Lee, 49, of AJ, guilty of criminal September 11 - Reported a theft and criminal damage in
damage. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation, the 700 block of West Apache Trail. Stolen from Super-
$200 fine. stition Plaza was copper tubing and damaged was the air
September 15 - Richard Vickers, 22, of AJ, guilty of driv- conditioning unit.
ing on suspended license, ignition interlock device viola- September 11 - Reported a residential burglary in the (480) 982-3691 • Fax (480) 982-3692
tion. Sentenced to 2 days jail, $191 jail fee, $1060 fine. 2800 block of West 4th Avenue. Stolen from the shed was 6820 S. Kings Ranch Rd., Suite 130 • Gold Canyon
September 15 - Luis Ochoa-Chavez, 45, of Phoenix, a black/red air compressor and vehicle jump starter.
guilty of speed, driving on suspended license. Sentenced September 11 - Reported a residential burglary, crimi- www.goldcanyonurgentcare.com
to $1060 fine. nal damage and theft in the 1100 block of South War-
September 16 - Christian K. Dominguez, 19, of Mesa, ner Drive. Stolen was a 40in Sanyo TV and a Crossman
guilty of assault, failure to appear. Sentenced to 7 days Strom XT pellet gun.
jail, $109 fine. September 11 - Reported a theft from vehicle in the 3400
September 16 - Justin L. Cross, 21, of AJ, no charge pro- block of South Bowman Road. Stolen was a portable
vided. Sentenced to 7 days jail. DVD player w/two monitors.
September 16 - Joshua D. Smith, 29, of AJ, guilty of DUI September 13 - Reported a vehicle burglary, theft and
with BAC .08 or over. Sentenced to 10 days jail, 9 days criminal damage in the 1200 block of West 15th Avenue. Feel lost? Overwhelmed? Thinking?
postponed, alcohol/drug screening, MADD, $145 jail fee, Stolen is pending inventory and damaged was the pas- What Do I Do? Call Mountain View!
$500 prison construction fund, $500 state fund/public senger window.
Caring – Professional - Compassionate
safety equipment fund, $665 fine. September 13 - Reported a vehicle burglary in the 2500
September 16 - Bridget Garcia, 33, of Phoenix, guilty of block of West Apache Trail at Walmart. Stolen was a Best Value Available
driving on suspended license. Sentenced to 2 days jail, Blackmoore DVD player and a Pioneer car stereo. Pre-Arrangement Terms
$191 jail fee. September 14 - Reported a theft of means of transpor- $120000 Cemetery Spaces
September 16 - Amanda Alvarez, 23, of AJ, guilty of tation in the 300 block of South Phelps Drive. Stolen
failure to appear. Sentenced to 12 months unsupervised was a blue 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser with AZ plate No. Crematory on premises.
probation, 15 days jail postponed, $300 fine. AAK8386. We accept and honor all funeral pre-arrangements.
September 16 - Yesenia Edin, 19, of AJ, guilty of assault/ September 15 - Reported a vehicle burglary and theft Mountain View Funeral Home & Cemetery
DV, failure to appear. Sentenced to 12 months unsuper- in the 400 block of East Meridian Drive. Stolen was a 7900 E Main St., Mesa • 480-832-2850
vised probation, domestic violence program, $300 fine. Garmin model 1200 GPS unit and case. Family Owned Since 1951