Last night Globe Police arrested 38 year old Anthony Ramos
for assault at a business on Ash Street.
27 year old Jessica Morales was arrested for criminal
trespassing at a business on Highway 60.
18 year old Manuel Perez was arrested at a traffic stop for
DUI, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
66 year old William Lockwood was arrested for shoplifting at
a business on Hill Street.
Officers are investigating a delayed domestic assault report
taken at a residence on First Street; criminal damage at a residence on West
Galiuro Gap; a break in at a residence on Hackney Hill Road; and shoplifting at
a business on Highway 60.
The Gila County Sheriff’s Office arrested 27 year old Adam
Lopez for theft of a credit card and fraudulent schemes.
A School Resource Sergeant at the Miami Schools took an
assault report and a report of threats.
Deputies are investigating a theft at a residence in Miami
Gila County has the highest percentage of people who
report that they are in poor or only fair health.
The county scores very low in behavioral health
factors. These are smoking, obesity and physical inactivity. The motor vehicle
death rate per 100,000 people and the teen birth rate are also among the
highest in the state.
The county is 12th out of 15 in the number of
years of potential life lost before age 75. In other words, the mortality rate
Gila County also shows poorly in the areas of high school graduation and
children in poverty. The violent crime rate per 100,000 population is high.
Gila County’s best rankings are in clinical care and physical environment. The only major areas of concern are diabetic
screening and a high number of low income people who don’t live near a grocery
store. The county also has a high percentage of people who were exposed to
drinking water exceeding a violation line during the past year.
Barbara Ann McBride of Globe passed away March 14 at Copper
Mountain Inn. She was 59. She is survived by her daughter Kim Sutton of Claypool;
3 sons; 3 brothers; 2 sisters; 4 grandchidlren and one great grandchild.
A Memorial Service for Barbara McBride will be held Monday
(March 25) at 1:pm at Lamont Mortuary.
The documentary “So Dear to the Miners” will be shown at the
Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum on Saturday, March 23 at 11:am.
This film was produced by Miami native Sam Munoz. Munoz is a
retired educator now living in Tempe.
The documentary focuses on the stories of immigrant groups
that came to our region from all over the world to find a new and better life.
People of all backgrounds came together to create the mining district story.
Everyone is invited to attend this showing free of charge.
Three different two-vehicle colisions occurred on Highway 60 on Saturday. No
injuries were reported.
On Friday morning there was a two vehicle non-injury collision
in the area of Ash and Oak Streets.
Yesterday Globe Police arrested 50 year old Pamela Moore for
assault and disorderly conduct after a disturbance at a business on Highway 60.
An Apache Junction man was arrested for shoplifting early
Friday morning at a business on North Broad Street.
29 year old Nadine Belknap was arrested for assault Friday
night after a disturbance on Jess Hayes Road.
21 year old Nathaniel Lister was arrested for DUI at a
traffic stop Friday night. His passenger 20 year old Lakota Shirley of Winslow
was arrested for underage consumption.
Two people were arrested
separately on Friday for shoplifting.
36 year old Dustin Pena and 36 year old Jeffrey Kramer were booked and
42 year old Edwardo Castillo was arrested Friday for
Officers are investigating a theft in the area of Hagen
Road; a theft on Hill Street; criminal damage in the area of East Street; a hit
and run accident on Highway 60; and a hit and run on North Broad Street.
Yesterday the Gila County Sheriff’s Office arrested 31 year
old Beau Gerardo on failure to appear warrants for possession of dangerous
drugs, child support and giving false information to law enforcement.
19 year old Aaron Gaona was cited and released fo driving
with a suspnded license.
A juvenile ran from a deputy at a residence on McKinney. His
father, 40 year old Brian Ingram was charged with hindering prosecution.
A juvenile was charged with threats and assault at the Gila
County Juvenile Detention Center.
On Friday morning Sheriff’s
deputies responded to a report of a truck that was stuck on the railroad tracks behind the AM/PM. The
deputies helped remove the truck and then cited 25 year old Nicholas Foglietti
for driving on railroad tracks.
Deputies are investigating criminal damage at Pinto Creek
Mobile Home Park and a report of threats taken at a residence on Snedden