•Helen Marquez, warrant
• Joseph Olveda, warrant
• George Olveda, warrant
• Donavon Begay, warrant
• Melissa Bustamante, warrant
• Betty Nolasco, warrant
• Randall Wilcox, warrant
• Joseph Manning, trespass
• Mark Cayaditto, warrant
• Earl Martinez, resisting
• Carlena Martinez, warrant
• Eric Garcia, aggravated assault with deadly weapon
• Virgil Warner, trespass
• Cherylne Smith, possession of marijuana
• Jerry Sanchez, warrant
• Gabriel Sanchez, revoked license
• Brandi Rodriguez, revoked license
• Richard Richardson, battery on household member
• Quincy Elkins, arrest order
• Francisco Ramirez, warrant
• Stacy Sanchez, child abuse
• Crystal Chavez, warrant, concealing identity
• Alejandro Torrez, arrest order
• Senovio Chavez, warrant
• 11:17 p.m. Harrison Avenue. A man saw flashlights coming through his window. While he ran an errand he noticed someone had tried to break in.
• 7:49 p.m. Cordova Court. A woman’s apartment was broken into and her T.V. was broken and 10 dollars in change was missing.
• 1:47 a.m. Santa Fe Street. A fight broke out at a watering hole that left one man bleeding from the face and a woman arrested.
• 4:06 p.m. Santa Fe Avenue. A restaurant and gas station were broken into within hours of each other.
• 3:44 p.m. Second Street. A man was busted for attempting to break into a vehicle.
• 7:57 a.m. Santa Fe Avenue. Three local businesses were broken into in the night.
• 7:59 p.m. San Jose Road. A residence was being broken into and a runaway juvenile from Arizona was caught in the act.
• Angela Caraveo, warrant
• Eloisa Lopez, warrant
• Mitchell McGee, warrant
• Ross Armijo, warrant
• Germaine Abeyta, warrant
• Shawn Jay Devore, warrant
• 9:37 a.m. BIA 122 Road. A man said he paid a company to perform some bounty hunting but hasn’t heard anything since. The timeframe to file a report had passed.
• 10:12 p.m. West Pinion Road. A fully engulfed semi burned in Bluewater Village.
• 7:51 p.m. Main Street. A generator was stolen from a residence and footprints were tracked to another residence nearby.
• 10:11 p.m. Zodiac Bar Road. A woman ran into three vehicles in a parking lot before running over a man and left towards I-40. She was caught and arrested three miles into Pillowcrest.
• 3:05 a.m. HW 66. A man was stabbed by another man.
• Luther Paul Garcia, warrant
• Michael S. Brito, warrant
DUI and DWI bookings
• Delbrenda Bodie, aggravated DWI
• Dalvin Phillips, DUI
• Carlos A. Padilla, DWI, revoked license
• Christian Perea, DUI, speeding, failure to maintain
• Gary Tolth, aggravated eluding, revoked license, DUI
• Darryn Ward, DUI
• Martin Garcilazo, 36, was sentenced on his plea agreement for the offense of disorderly conduct, petty misdemeanor to the Department of Corrections for six months.
The sentence was suspended on the condition that he be placed on unsupervised probation for six months with the Adult Probation and Parole Office. He must pay probation costs, restitution and will make monetary compensation to the victim. He must not go to any gambling establishment.
• Kyle Shirleson, 27, was indicted on battery upon a peace officer, fourth-degree felony and resisting, evading or obstructing an officer, misdemeanor.
• David Chavez, 48, was indicted on one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, fourth-degree felony.
• George Chavez, 17, was indicted on a count of conspiracy to commit aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, fourth-degree felony.
• Moises Martinez, 36, was indicted on a count of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), fourth-degree felony.
• Eric Chavez, 22, was indicted on a count of aggravated battery with deadly weapon causing great bodily harm, third degree felony; aggravated assault and conspiracy to commit aggravated battery, fourth-degree felonies.
• Dustin Dean, 34, was indicted on unlawful taking of a
motor vehicle, fourth-degree felony.
• Loren Urioste, 47, was indicted on possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), fourth-degree felony and possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor.
• Rudy Gallegos, 25, was indicted on aggravated battery (in a manner where death or great bodily harm may occur) and bribery of a witness (threats) , third-degree felonies and interference with communications, misdemeanor.
The Grants Police Department will be out in force to stop drunk drivers. Officers will be conducting sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols throughout the city during the month of March.