Navajo County Sheriff’s Office | Police reports

The unincorporated areas of Holbrook, Joseph City and Winslow, Adamana, Goodwater, Sun Valley, Woodruff and Chevelon Canyon are provided by the Navajo County’s Sheriff’s Office.

• May 9 – Deputies from the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office at NCSO Prison in Holbrook arrested Carla Baca, 35, of Holbrook on charges of assault.

• May 10 – Holbrook NCSO Prison agents arrest Reese Ahasteen, 18, from Winslow on charges of assaulting a deputy.

• May 15 – Holbrook NCSO prison officials arrested Paul Serna, 26, from Holbrook and Jeremy Laban, 38, from Polacca on charges of disorderly behavior / fighting.

The unincorporated areas of Pinetop-Lakeside, Show Low, Linden, Pinedale, Clay Springs, Heber-Overgaard, Snowflake, and White Mountain Lake are provided by the Navajo County Sheriff’s Office.

Heber / Overgaard / Claysprings / Pinedale

• May 4 – MPs arrested Show Low’s Brandon Mersino, 31, with an unspecified warrant.

• May 14 – MPs arrested Dalton Stewart, 21, of Heber, on charges of theft, misconduct and criminal trespassing.

Pinetop / seaside / wagon wheel

• May 13 – MPs arrested Show Low’s Brandon Redwing, 30, with an unspecified warrant.

• May 14 – MPs arrested Juan Vargas-Bonilla, 42, of Lakeside on charges of misconduct and property damage.

• May 15 – MPs arrested Ronald Bristow, 51, of Lakeside with an unspecified warrant

Any information that is available to the public regarding any suspect in any case is encouraged to assist law enforcement with information about the criminal activities.

Your help will be gladly taken. In addition, anyone with information can call the WeTip hotline 1-800-782-7463 for confidential reports. ATV / motorcycle riders please remember that anyone driving on a public road (dirt or sidewalk) must have the correct driver’s license and other relevant papers. Each ATV / motorcycle operator is responsible for knowing the laws associated with operating their ATV / motorcycle. Please remember that regardless of the time of year, you must have a permit issued by your local police or fire department for any outdoor burn. Your observance is very much appreciated. Sheriff’s Axillary Volunteers want everyone to know that they are doing house surveillance as part of their services, want to extend this service to those who have part-time housing in the area and are going on vacation, etc. Please call the Sheriff’s Office to contact the Sheriff’s Axillary Volunteer’s Director for your community to speak or leave a message for. Please remember to buckle up and watch out for motorcycles and ATVs on the roads. Be courteous to other drivers and if you must consume alcohol, get a designated driver, not a DUI. If you have information that could help the Sheriff’s Office keep your community safe, please contact a supervisor or proxy at one of our local telephone numbers: 928-524-4050 or 928-289-6850. Information can also be submitted to WeTip at 1-800-782-7463.

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