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Winslow Police Log

The Winslow Police Department responded to the following incidents during the week of June 19-24. This is not a complete list of calls that officers answered. Unless otherwise noted, all charged suspects are innocent until proven guilty.

June 19

Weapons arrest

A woman called to have her boyfriend's brother removed from her house on the 1100 block of W. Mahoney. The woman said Jonathan Redmayne, 22, had a gun but was not threatening anyone. The caller and her boyfriend went to a neighbor's house until police arrived. The woman gave officers permission to enter the house with force and arrested Redmayne. He was charged with misconduct involving a weapon, disorderly conduct with a weapon, aggravated domestic violence and criminal trespassing.

Slash and paint

A bus owned by the Desert View Baptist Church was reported damaged around 9:22 a.m. The tires were flattened and shot with paint balls.

June 21

BB gun attacks

Six more vehicles were reported with window damage believed to be caused by BBs or pellets. On June 21, damage was reported on the 500 block of Oak, 400 block of Cottonwood and 700 block of Hillview. A car on the 200 block of Aspinwall (June 22) and a truck on the 200 block of Hillview (June23) were hit also.

Fire station tagged

Graffiti was found on Fire Station No. 2 near the Desert View neighborhood.

Fire

Firefighters responded to a fire in an open area on the 1200 block of W. Third shortly after 2 p.m. Boxes and pieces of wood had been set on fire. The fire was extinguished.

June 23

BB gun found

Police stopped a 17-year-old girl for a traffic violation around 12:30 a.m. Police found a BB handgun and drug paraphernalia in the car. She was charged with three counts of possession of the paraphernalia and released.

Police received eight calls regarding animals, 17 disorderly conduct calls, 10 trespassing calls, 11 assaults or domestic violence calls, responded to 14 medical emergencies and issued 36 traffic tickets or warnings.

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