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Police Log Sept. 28

The Winslow Police Department responded to the following incidents during Sept. 18-24, This is not a complete list of calls that officers answered. Unless otherwise noted, all charged suspects are innocent until proven guilty.

Sept. 18

Motorcycle Theft

Police officers responded to a report of a motorcycle that was stolen from the Bel-Air Motel, located at 1003 E. Second Street.

Warrant arrest

Lyle Johnson turned himself into the police department on a valid warrant. He was booked into the Navajo County Jail.

Sept. 19

Criminal damage

A Winslow man reported four tires on his vehicle were punctured while it was parked in the 1200 block of East Second Street. The tires were valued at $130 each.

Aggravated assault

Police officers responded to the Cottonwood Apartments for a report of assault. Eric Tabaha, 19, was booked into the county jail on a valid warrant and charges of resisting arrest and aggravated assault. Animal control officers were also called to transport a pit bull to the animal shelter.

Sept. 20

Warrant arrest

Police officers arrested Dana Marie Ortiz, 28, on a valid felony warrant. She was booked into the county jail.

Sept. 21


An employee of the Handee Laundromat, located at 1715 N. Hicks Ave., reported the theft of $500 from the coin machine at the car wash.

Sept. 22

Criminal damage

Police officers responded to the 400 block of East Fourth Street for a report of a slashed tire. The estimated value of the tire was $150.

Vehicle damage

Police officers responded to the 1900 block of Third Street for a report of a broken vehicle window. The rear window was valued at $250.

Checks stolen

Police officers responded to the 2200 block of Caddyshack Lane for a report of $7,000 in stolen checks.

Bicycle stolen

Police officers received a report of a woman's stolen mountain bike from the Winslow Inn, located at 701 W. Third Street. The bike was valued at $150.

Police received four calls regarding animals, 10 disorderly conduct calls, five trespassing calls, seven assault or domestic violence calls, responded to 17 medical emergencies and issued five traffic violations.

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