Navajo County Sheriff’s Office | Police reports

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

Heber / Clay Springs / Pinedale

  • Jan 29 – The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office on the 2900 block of Skylark Drive in Heber arrested Andrea Chaney-Connor, 45, of Heber, on charges of domestic violence related to disorderly behavior.

Snowflake / Taylor / White Mountain Lakes

  • Jan 24 – MPs arrested Keith Clark, 56, of Snowflake on a first-degree no-show arrest warrant.
  • Jan 27 – MPs on the 4400 block of Sorrel Road in Snowflake arrested 19-year-old Skylar Williams of Snowflake on charges of domestic violence related to disorderly behavior.
  • Jan. 30 – MPs on the 4200 block of Jay Road in Snowflake arrested Marvin Alderman, 54, of Snowflake, on charges of domestic abuse-related disorder and domestic violence-related criminal harm.

Anyone with information can call the WeTip hotline 1-800-782-7463 for confidential reports. ATV / motorcycle riders please remember that everyone who drives on a public road (dirt or pavement) must have the appropriate license and other relevant documents. It is the responsibility of each ATV / motorcycle operator to understand the laws associated with the operation of their ATV / motorcycle. Please remember that regardless of the time of year, you must have an outdoor burn permit issued by your local police or fire department. Your observance is greatly appreciated. The sheriff’s volunteers want everyone to know that they are making house clocks as part of their service. You would like to extend this service to those who have a part-time home in the area, those who go on vacation, etc. Please call the sheriff’s office to speak to the director of the sheriff’s axillary volunteer for your community or leave a message. 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 protect your community, please contact a supervisor or proxy at one of our local telephone numbers: 928-524-4050 or 928-289-6850. Information can also be sent to WeTip at 1-800-782-7463.

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