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HOLBROOK AND WINSLOW ARRESTS, Oct 6, 2017
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The unincorporated areas of Holbrook, Joseph City and the Winslow areas, including Adamana, Goodwater, Sun Valley, Woodruff and Chevelon Canyon, are provided law enforcement by the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office.

Sept. 25 — Navajo County Sheriff’s Office deputies in the 8600 block of Reata Road in Winslow arrested Mark Faust, 55, of Winslow, on Winslow Justice Court warrants for alleged disobeying a lawful court order. He was booked into the Navajo County Jail.
Sept. 26 — Deputies on State Route 87 at milepost 348 in Winslow arrested Shelton Barton, 30, of Winslow, on Winslow Justice Court warrants for alleged failure to obey. He was booked into the Navajo County Jail.
Sept. 27 — Deputies in the 1600 block of Greer Avenue in Holbrook arrested Angel Beecroft, 28, of Holbrook, on Holbrook Justice Court warrants for alleged failure to comply. She was booked into the Navajo County Jail.
Sept. 28 — Deputies in the 100 east block of Third Street in Winslow arrested Jocelyn Andrews, 28, of Winslow, on Winslow Justice Court warrants for allegedly violating a court order. She was booked into the Navajo County Jail.
Sept. 29 — Deputies in the 1850 block of SR 77 in Sun Valley, arrested Gary Plummer, 44, of Springfield, Mo. , charged with domestic violence-related criminal damage. He was booked into the Navajo County Jail.
Sept. 30 — Deputies in the 1850 block of SR 77 in Sun Valley, arrested Nikolaos Keffallinos, 37, of Holbrook, on Holbrook Justice Court warrants for alleged failure to appear. He was booked into the Navajo County Jail.

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SNOWFLAKE - TAYLOR ARRESTS, Oct 6, 2017
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Sept. 27 — Snowflake-Taylor Police responded to Ed’s IGA Supermarket on North Main Street in Snowflake, where an officer cited and released Aaron Bell, 36, homeless of Snowflake, charged with shoplifting. Police said he admitted to shoplifting and offered to pay for the items sometime in the future.
Sept. 28 — Police took a report of a counterfeit $100 bill. The case is under investigation.
— Police on South Main Street in Snowflake arrested Romanze Robinson, 19, of Snowflake, on a warrant, and charged with possession of drugs, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Kathryn Baldwin, 18, of Snowflake, was also arrested, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sept. 29 — Police arrested Justin Young, 31, of Phoenix, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
— Police responded to the Walmart on North Main Street in Taylor where an officer arrested Christina Moser, 22, of Snowflake, and Angela Yarbrough, 41, of Snowflake, both charged with shoplifting.
Oct. 1 — Police on South Fourth West Street in Snowflake arrested Richard Kyle Rogers, 33, of Snowflake, charged with burglary, theft, criminal damage, trafficking in stolen property and false reporting to law enforcement. Police said they found stolen property from a recent burglary in his possession, adding that Rogers allegedly confessed.
— Police arrested Ciara Reidhead, 28, of Taylor, charged with possession of dangerous drugs, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Oct. 2 — Police on S. 700 West St., Taylor, arrested Wren Jones, 63, of Snowflake, on a Navajo County Superior Court warrant.
Oct. 3 — Police arrested Tiffany Kingsland, 46, of Snowflake, on a Snowflake Justice Court warrant. She was booked into the Navajo County Jail Annex.
— Police responded to the Basha’s grocery store on North Main Street in Taylor, where an officer cited and referred to juvenile authorities a 17-year-old Taylor boy, charged with trespassing, criminal damage and underage drinking. Zachary Deceault, 24, of Oregon, was also arrested and charged with trespassing.

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PINETOP-LAKESIDE ARRESTS, Oct 6, 2017
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Aug. 27 — Pinetop-Lakeside Police in the 900 east block of White Mountain Boulevard arrested Thomas Bradford Fielder, 44, of St. Johns, on a Navajo County warrant for alleged possession of drug paraphernalia that came with a $5,000 bond. he was booked into the Navajo County Jail Annex.
— Police in the 1700 east block of White Mountain Boulevard arrested David Rhett Keno, 34, a transient, on a Pinetop-Lakeside Justice Court warrant for alleged failure to appear on an original charge of disorderly conduct that came with a $750 bond.


— Police on White Mountain Boulevard, near the intersection with Woodland Road, cited and released to a sober third party, Darin Scott Crow, 50, of Anchorage, Alaska, charged with DUI to the slightest degree, DUI with a BrAC at or above the legal state limit of 0.08, extreme DUI (BrAC greater than 0.15), and super extreme DUI (BrAC greater than 0.20). Police said he had an average BrAC of 0.224 at the time of arrest and that he showed multiple indications of impairment and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Police said he was stopped for allegedly doing approximately 50 mph in a posted 35 mph zone, weaving in his lane of travel, and for allegedly nearly causing an accident.

Aug. 28 — Police responded to the Safeway grocery store in the shopping plaza at 20 E. White Mountain Blvd. where an officer arrested Frankie Cooley, 57, of Whiteriver, charged with shoplifting alcohol.
Aug. 31 — Police on Woodland Road and Farnsworth near the Mountain Meadows Recreation Complex arrested Blake Wilson Nash, 47, of Lakeside, charged with DUI to the slightest degree, DUI with a BrAC at or above the legal state limit of 0.08, and extreme DUI (BrAC greater than 0.15). Police said he had an average BrAC of 0.166 at the time of arrest. Police said Nash was allegedly clocked doing between 58-59 mph in a posted 30 mph zone when stopped. Police said he showed several indications of impairment and performed poorly on field sobriety tests.

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SHOW LOW ARRESTS, Oct 6, 2017
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Sept. 22 — Show Low Police on the Deuce of Clubs near Owens cited and released Olivia Naron, 20, of Show low, charged with driving with a suspended license and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said they found small bags with suspected marijuana residue, a pipe, and a marijuana grinder in her possession after a drug dog reportedly alerted to her purse.
— Police on the Deuce of Clubs near Ninth Street cited and released William Lee, 19, of Show Low, and Donald Pearce, 20, of Show Low, both charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sept. 23 — Police in the 250 block of 16th Avenue arrested Raymond Pierce, 37, a Show Low transient, charged with felony aggravated assault. Police said he stabbed his ex-girlfriend in the hand with an umbrella handle, then hid in her car from police. Court records indicate two previous domestic-violence incidents in the last year which qualified him to be charged with felony aggravated assault.
— Police responded to Walmart, where an officer arrested Shawn Tohannie, 40, of Whiteriver, charged with felony shoplifting. Police said he took a carry bag to Walmart in which he allegedly hid some merchandise and then went through the self check-out, paying for some and not others. Police said prior arrests/convictions for shoplifting qualified Tohannie to be charged with a felony this time.


Sept. 24 — Police in the 430 west block of McNeil arrested Toby Leyba, 24, a transient, charged with false reporting to law enforcement, aggravated assault, felony possession of drug paraphernalia; and on a Navajo County Superior Court warrant for alleged attempted murder, aggravated assault, and probation violations. Police said Leyba was in a verbal argument turned physical with his boyfriend, adding that he allegedly had meth residue and a meth pipe in his backpack. Police said he tried to give a fake name and date of birth to officers.

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SHOW LOW ARRESTS, Sep 29, 2017
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Sept. 16 — Show Low Police on U.S. 60 near Summer Pines arrested Glen Sandoval, 44, of Thoreau, on an Apache County Sheriff’s Office warrant for alleged contempt of court on an original vehicle highway weight charge that came with a $633 bond.
— Police in the 5800 block of Show Low Lake Road near the campground arrested Adriel Namoki, 24, and Royce Namoki, 46, both of Polacca. Adriel was charged with domestic violence-related assault and domestic violence-related disorderly conduct after she allegedly got into a family argument during which witnesses reportedly saw her hit and scratch two victims. Royce was arrested on three warrants out of Winslow for failure to appear (x2) and violating a court order that came with $1,000 in combined bonds.

Sept. 17 — Police in the 700 south block of Eighth Street arrested Sharyna Schinke, 25, of Show Low, charged with DUI to the slightest degree, DUI with a BrAC at or above the legal state limit of 0.08, and having an open container of alcohol in a moving vehicle. Police said she had an average BrAC of 0.105 at the time of arrest. Shianne Tamayo, 20, of Show Low, was arrested and charged with underage drinking, and on a warrant that came with a $750 bond. Police said she admitted drinking four shots of alcohol.
— Police in the vicinity of the Deuce of Clubs and Central Avenue cited and released Richard Schmidt, 33, of Snowflake, charged with driving with a suspended license.


Sept. 18 — Police in the 2700 west block of Owens arrested four people who were reportedly causing a disturbance at a loud drinking party. Sedric Beatty, 19, of Show Low, was charged with disorderly conduct and underage drinking. A BrAC test came back positive for alcohol in his system. Jeremia Phillips, 19, of Show Low, was charged with disorderly conduct, underage drinking, and failure to comply with law enforcement. A BrAC test came back positive for alcohol in his system. Police said Phillips jumped a fence and hid under a porch to avoid being arrested. Jordan Schinke, 20, of Show Low, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, underage drinking, and failure to comply with law enforcement. A BrAC test came back positive for alcohol in his system. Police said he, too, jumped a fence to try and get away from police but was caught right away. Anna Ruiz-Cooke, 19, of Show Low, was cited and released, charged with disorderly conduct.
— Police in the 3000 block of Show Low Lake Road arrested Keshena Jefferson, 31, of Whiteriver, charged with domestic violence-related criminal damage, and domestic violence-related disorderly conduct. Police said Jefferson was seen by witnesses yelling at his sister and smashing her cell phone.

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14-YEAR-OLD HOMICIDE SUSPECT TAKEN INTO CUSTODY NEAR SHOW LOW
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A 14-year-old boy was taken into custody in connection with a burglary-turned-homicide out of Concho, Arizona, according to the Navajo County Sheriff's Office.

Joshua Richardson is allegedly broke in and killed 54-year-old TerriLynne Collins.
According to DPS, Collins went to a trailer on the property after she received a text message for help from the her 18-year-old daughter. Collins discovered the boy on the property with a knife. Meanwhile, Collins's husband Ernest Collins JR., a local attorney, was on the phone with her, yelling for her to shoot the intruder. He went on to say, he heard most of the struggle until there was nothing but a dial tone.

The boy is facing charges of first-degree murder and burglary in the first degree.

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SNOWFLAKE-TAYLOR ARRESTS, Aug 25, 2017
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Aug. 17 — Snowflake-Taylor Police, on West Player Drive in Snowflake, arrested Nabahe Manygoats, 23, of Snowflake, charged with alleged domestic violence-related assault, domestic violence-related disorderly conduct, and domestic violence-related threatening and intimidating. He was booked into the Navajo County Jail.

Aug. 20 — Police cited and released Daniel Luna, 21, of Taylor, charged with alleged criminal damage and domestic violence. A subpoena was issued for Kristina Kellogg, 23, of Taylor, on charges of alleged criminal damage and domestic violence.

Aug. 22 — Police on North Hillcrest Drive in Snowflake arrested Romanze Robinson, 19, of Snowflake, charged with alleged possession of a stolen vehicle and trespassing. Kathryn Baldwin, 19, of Snowflake, was also arrested, charged with alleged possession of a stolen vehicle. Both were booked into the Navajo County Jail.

For Snowflake-Taylor bail bonds call:
Navajo County Bail Bonds (928) 532-0878

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WILCKENS ALLEGEDLY ADMITTED TO KILLING SANDERS COUPLE
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Garry Wilckens is charged with the first-degree murder shooting deaths of Robert and Martha Sorensen, of Sanders. He is incarcerated at the Apache County Jail and is being held without Apache County bail bonds.

The Sorensens were discovered by Apache County deputies July 1 with multiple .22 caliber gun shot wounds to their chests.

According to an affidavit filed July 13 with Wilckens’ arrest warrant, Wickens allegedly admitted to killing the Sorensens, and the Sorensen’s daughter, Susan, appears to have been present at the time of the murders.

Susan Sorensen is described in the statement as being involved in a “dating relationship” with Wilckens.

Wilckens was arrested July 7 in Mesa after allegedly assaulting a man at a bus stop. A probable cause hearing scheduled for Wilckens on Aug. 16 was continued until Aug. 30. The motion to continue order indicated court-appointed attorney for the defense, Bryce Hamblin, was awaiting additional disclosure and “discussions are ongoing with the state.”

For Apache County bail bonds, please call:
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WINSLOW AZ POLICE DEPARTMENT
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Winslow Police Department is a full service department operating with 22 sworn officers and 9 civilians. This includes the Director of Police Services, 2 Lieutenants, 3 Sergeants, 2 Investigators, 4 Corporals, and 10 officers.

Defendants arrested in Winslow, AZ will be transported to the Navajo County Jail In Holbrook. Defendants will be held for their Initial Court Appearance in front of a magistrate within 24-hours of their arrest. At the Initial Appearance, the judge will set Winslow bail bonds, or release the defendant on their own recognizance.

The Winslow Police Department participates in Drug and Gang Task Force and the School Resource Officer programs.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Winslow Police Department
708 W. Third Street
Winslow, AZ 86047
(928) 289-2431
Fax (928) 289-1464

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THREE ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH OFFICER REED SHOOTING
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Officer Reed was killed Nov. 8, 2016, by 36-year-old Phoenix resident Daniel Erickson. Show Low residents Lisa Marie Tuetken, Matthew Levi Jacoby, and Maria Lies, have all been charged with first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of Reed and Erickson. All three must post Holbrook Bail Bonds to be released from the Navajo County Jail.

Show Low Police said the reason they have all been charged with murder in the first degree stems from their involvement with Erickson and drug trafficking that ultimately led to the shootings. Reed was gunned down by Erickson, who shot him in the head and left him to die. Erickson and another man, Jason Michael Hill, of Phoenix, who is also facing first-degree murder charges for his involvement, ran from police in Hill’s Chevrolet Blazer.

Soon after Reed’s death, police arrested Hill and Christopher Talley, of Snowflake, both charged with four counts each of first-degree murder, two counts of manufacturing dangerous drugs (methamphetamine), two counts of selling dangerous drugs, and single counts of hindering prosecution, child-vulnerable adult abuse and attempted misconduct with weapons.

Erickson was killed by police during a standoff at the Lake of the Woods resort in Lakeside during which he held a 15-year-old “hostage” in a cabin, refusing to surrender or let her go.

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