Kearny Police Report

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According to state law, there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damages are estimates.

Feb. 1

A verbal warning was issued for a stop sign violation.

Feb. 2

A verbal warning was issued for allowing a minor to drive.

Agency assist to Hayden Police Department with a report of a possible assault.

A verbal warning was issued for speed.

Feb. 3

A domestic disturbance was reported on York Dr.

A welfare check was requested on Hwy 177 near Breezeway Trailer Park.

Theft was reported on the 400 block of Essex.

Suspicious activity was reported near the tanks.

A verbal warning was issued for a parking violation.

Ryan Anthony Chiquete, 26 of Kearny, was arrested on warrants out of Kearny Magistrate Court. He appeared before the judge and was released.

Feb. 4

Agency assist to Pinal County Sheriff Office with a domestic disturbance at Stephen’s Trailer Park.

Burglary was reported on the 300 block of Essex.

Criminal damage was reported at Rio Vista Trailer Park.

A verbal warning was issued for a headlight violation.

A verbal warning was issued for an illegal U-Turn.

Feb. 5

A drivers license was found and turned into the police department.

A verbal warning was issued for a headlight violation.

Feb. 6

A welfare check was requested near Constitution Hall.

Citizen assist with a fingerprinting request.

A verbal warning was issued for a stop sign violation.

Feb. 7

Clarence Bapisto, 19 of Dudleyville, was arrested on a warrant out Kearny Magistrate Court.

Feb. 8

Citizen assist with a locked vehicle.

Suspicious activity was reported at the Kearny Corrals.

A verbal warning was issued for speed/stop sign violation.

Two verbal warnings were issued for stop sign violations.

A verbal warning was issued for an illegal U-Turn.

Samuel Frank Horton Jr., 33 of Kearny, was arrested for disturbing the peace. He was cited and released.

Feb. 9

Criminal damage was reported on the 300 block of Hartford.

A verbal warning was issued for a headlight violation.

A verbal warning was issued for a reflector violation.

A verbal warning was issued for failure to transfer a title.

Feb. 10

A 13-year-old minor was arrested for criminal damage.

A civil standby was requested at Rio Vista Trailer Park.

Citizen assist with the report of a barking dog.

Feb. 11

A verbal warning was issued for required mirrors/inadequate windshield.

A civil standby was requested at Rio Vista Trailer Park.

Cattle was reported on Hwy 177 near the high school.

Suspicious activity was reported on the 400 block of Greenwich.

Feb. 12

Jordan James Garcia, 21 of Winkelman, was arrested on a warrant out of Mesa City Court.

Agency assist to Pinal County Sheriff Office with an attempt to locate.

A verbal warning was issued for speed.

Citizen assist with a domestic problem.

Feb. 13

A noise disturbance was investigated on York Dr.

A verbal warning was issued for illegal burning.

A citation was issued for a stop sign violation.

A verbal warning was issued for a stop sign violation/no registration in vehicle/illegible drivers license.

During the period of Jan. 31 to Feb. 13 there were 23 ambulance runs, 16 information reports and one 911 open line report.

Vicki Clark (22 Posts)

Vicki started her career in the journalism field while attending Ray High School in Kearny with an excellent teacher who took her by the hand and guided her. She worked on the school newspaper and as a senior was a co-editor. Her dream was to go on to college to study journalism and eventually to travel the world reporting the news. This dream was interrupted by life circumstances. She stayed in Kearny and went to work for the Copper Basin News in 1964 as a typesetter. Her editor was Ira Q. Toler and he also was a good teacher. After marrying and having children, her desires to again work in the newspaper field surfaced. She responded to an ad for a position in advertising for the Copper Basin News which included selling, lay-out and design. She was hired on the spot. The business has greatly changed with technology and the introduction of desktop publishing. She was fortunate enough to be a part of it. She has now worked for Copper Area News Publishers on and off for over 30 years, starting when John Seater was the publisher. She has held many positions over the years, but is most proud to be named a reporter. She loves to write and is so grateful for being given that chance.


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