Yesterday morning an unoccupied vehicle rolled out of a
driveway, down an embankment and into the side of a building on Prickly Pear Drive.
There were no injuries.
Globe Police arrested 29 year old Keith Hopkins for organized
retail theft at a business on Hill Street. Hopkins also had three outstanding
Officers responded to a report of shoplifting at a business
on Highway 60. The item was returned and the business chose not to file
charges. However, it was later learned that 31 year old David Colyott had given
false information to the officer. Colyott was contacted and arrested for false
reporting, identity theft and shoplifting.
43 year old Ralph Francisco was arrested for trespassing at
a business on Hill Street.
54 year old Daniel Miller was arrested late last night for DUI.
27 year old Margaret Randall was a arrested on a failure to
comply warrant for disorderly conduct and criminal damage.
31 year old Ricky Lynch was arrested on a Graham County
warrant for DUI.
Officers are investigating a fraudulent check reported at a
business on North Broad Street and shoplifting at a business on Hunter Drive.
Yesterday the Gila County Sheriff’s Office cited and
released 51 year old John Imhoff for disorderly conduct and threats and
24 year old Emiliano Brewer was cited and released for
Deputies are investigating the burglary of an abandoned
house on Locomotive Drive and a fight at a residence on Hammond.
Thanks to help from Freeport McMoRan, a work crew of
prisoners from the Gila County Sheriff’s Office, and museum docents and helpers,
those who attend the monthly hamburger fry this Friday (August 30) at the Gila County Historical Museum will have the opportunity to visit on the lawn of the
newly refurbished building.
In addition, the Bustle and Boots Square Dance Club will
The Coconino and Tonto National Forests will hold a public
open house next week in Pine. It will be an opportunity for the public to
provide comments and feedback on new concepts regarding the management of
Fossil Creek and its future.
The Open House will be held on Thursday, September 5 at the
Pine Senior Center.from 5:30 to 7:30pm.
Congress designated a portion of Fossil Creek as a Wild and
Scenic River in 2009. That requires the Forest Service to “protect and enhance”
the river’s free-flowing condition and water quality.
Nobody was hurt in a two vehicle accident yesterday in the
Claypool Circle K parking lot.
Globe Police arrested 26 year old Randall Philpot in
connection with a domestic dispute at the Cobre Village Apartments. Philpot was
charged with domestic violence assault, criminal damage, disorderly conduct and
preventing the use of a telephone during an emergency.
50 year old Veronica Antonio was arrested for shoplifting at
a business on Highway 60.
43 year old Ralph Francisco was arrested for criminal
trespass at a business on Hill Street.
24 year old Vincent Doss was arrested for disorderly
29 year old Nadine Belknap was arrested for public consumption
The Gila County Sheriff’s Office arrested 36 year old Jeremy
Barentine at Holiday Hills Mobile Home Park for domestic violence assault, endangerment
and disorderly conduct. The victim was taken to the hospital.
19 year old Christopher McInturff was cited and released for
33 year old Lee Deiters was arrested on a child support warrant.
An attempted break in was reported at Holiday Hills Mobile
Nobody was hurt in a single vehicle accident yesterday
afternoon on East Ash Street.
Globe Police arrested 33 year old Lee Deiters for domestic
violence/assault after a domestic disturbance in the area of Ash Street and
21 year old Dominique Gilmore was charged with domestic
violence/disorderly conduct after a disturbance on South Eleventh Street.
23 year old Zachary Noland was arrested for shoplifting,
attempted theft and false reporting at a business on South Broad Street. Noland
also had warrants for attempted shoplifting and false reporting.
Two people were arrested yesterday afternoon at a business
on Highway 60. 25 year old Orlando Tuffly was charged with shoplifting. 28 year
old John Falquez was arrested on warrants for theft and shoplifting.
24 year old Brittany Martinez was arrested for shoplifting
at a business on Highway 60.
47 year old Jonathan Edwards was arrested for giving a false
name to an officer during a traffic stop.
Two juveniles were referred to the Juvenile Probation
Department for fighting at Globe High School.
Officers are investigating shoplifting at a business on
North Broad Street and a forged prescription at a business on Highway 60.
The Gila County Sheriff’s Office arrested 29 year old Leslie
Davidson for trespassing at the Apache Gold Casino.
A deputy took a theft report at a residence on Apache Hills
Lifelong Globe resident Raul Sanchez passed away August 25
at Banner Gardens Hospice in Mesa. He was 85. He is survived by 6 sons; 31
grandchildren, 43 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren.
A Memorial Service for “Nuga” Sanchez will be held Saturday
(August 31) at 9:am at Holy Angels
Memorial donations are suggested to the Dylan Earven
The 44th annual Gila County Fair is coming up
September 19 through 22.
Fair entry forms must be received by Wednesday, September
The four day event begins on Thursday, September 19. Friday
is Senior Day; people 65 and over will enter free. Saturday is Apache Day,
sponsored by the Apache Gold Casino. And the annual Junior Livestock Auction is
on Sunday at 1:pm.
Every day of the fair will include vendors, a carnival, a
petting zoo, livestock exhibits and livestock shows.
Fairbooks are available throughout the county at local libraries, businesses and the Chamber of Commerce.
Globe Police contacted two people who were drinking in the
creek area along Jesse Hayes Road. 48 year old Leola Upshaw was charged with
criminal trespass. 32 year old Jesse Contares was also charged with criminal
trespass and for public consumption.
51 year old Manuel Johnson was arrested yesterday for
criminal trespass at a business on Highway 60.
44 year old Elvis Kinney was arrested on a failure to comply
warrant for criminal trespass.
Officers are investigating a report of a domestic
disturbance at a business on South Hill Street.
The Gila County Sheriff’s Office arrested 24 year old inmate
Justin Clyder on a contempt of court warrant for leaving the scene of an
Deputies are investigating a report of a self-inflicted
gunshot wound at a residence on Marion Canyon; an assault reported at a
residence on Calle de Loma; a theft of a license plate from a resident on Short
Avenue; a theft at Apache Trail Mobile Home Park; and a burglary at a residence
on Railroad Avenue.
Venda L. Palmer passed away Sunday at her home in San
Carlos. She was 60. She is survived by 4 children; 4 sisters; 3 brothers; 16
grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.
The wake for Venda Palmer is tomorrow (Wednesday) at 4:pm at
the Wayne Salter residence. The funeral is Thursday at 10:am at Burdette Hall.
Jr. passed away August 20 at his home in Globe. He was 89. He is survived by
his life partner Betty Mathews; his son; 3 daughters; 7 stepchildren; his
brother; 2 sisters; 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life for Dave Moraga, Jr. will be held
Saturday, September 7 from 2 to 6:pm at the American Legion Hall in Globe.
Memorial contributions may be made to Gila Aging Services or
The Crossing Hospice Care.
Eight, Arizona PBS has installed brand new digital translators in several rural areas, including
Globe-Miami now has free over-the-air access to Eight HD
programming in high definition video, plus Eight’s other digital channels that
are currently not available on cable. The new translator also provides access
to the Sun Sounds reading service for the visually impaired.
Staff from Eight, Arizona PBS will be at the Globe Active
Adult Center on Tuesday (August 27) at 10:30am to introduce this new service to
the Globe-Miami area. Everyone in the community is invited to attend.
Globe City Council meets tonight (Monday) at 6:00.
The Council will proclaim September to be Senior Center
Month and Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. There will also be a Memorial for
Globe Active Adult Center Director Jane Eck.
The Council will consider an Operations Agreement between
the Globe Active Adult Center and Gila Aging Services.
The Council will also consider an Intergovernmental
Agreement with Gila County for $10,000 for nutrition programs at the Globe
Active Adult Center and an Amendment to
the Globe City Code Grease Interceptor Policy.