Grants Police Department
• Leron Sleuth, drunk and disorderly
• Edward Merayo, warrant
• Jason Dennis Dominguez, warrant
• Katie Taylor, warrant
• Juan Aguilar, revoked license
• Joshua Clark, auto burglary, criminal damage
• Theodore Francis, drinking in public
• Paul Mitchell, revoked license
• Christopher Baca, warrant
• Joshua Lee Hayes, drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct
• Shane Vicenti, warrant
• Michael Chacon, warrant
• Ronald Rovie, warrant
• Brittany F. Shutiva, disturbing the peace
• Priscilla A. Emerson, warrant
• Ellen F. Riley, warrant
• Judith Cook, warrant
• Anna Becenti, warrant
• Shawn Long, eluding
• James Cain, warrant
• Moises Martinez, Jr., fleeing, resisting arrest
• Shane Yazzie, warrant
• David Quintana, Jr., murder
• Leo G. Esparza, warrant
• Xavier Farias, warrant
• Frank J. Gutterrez, warrant
• Merlin Pino, drunk and disorderly conduct
• 4:48 a.m. Dona Street. A woman heard a loud noise and checked to see the car door was open. Nothing was taken.
• 7:47 a.m. Sage Drive. An apartment was broken into.
• 2:35 a.m. Roosevelt Avenue. A vehicle near a dollar store was smoking and its tires were blown out when it got stuck in the ditch. The driver was taken into custody for DWI, then the officers found he was only 17. The juvenile was released to his grandmother.
• 5:06 p.m. Rodeo Road. A six-foot long bull snake was on a woman's porch An officer released it on Mount Taylor.
• 12:06 a.m. E. Old Highway 66. A man driving a black Chevy truck swerved into the caller's lane, then corrected out of the lane and into a truck on the parking lot of Riverside Auto. He started to walk away but the caller followed him to Mount Taylor Addition, where officers took him into custody.
Milan Police Department
• Brian Antonio, warrant
• Camille Sandoval, battery on household member
• 1:40 a.m. Santa Fe Avenue. An 18 year old and a minor were fooling around on the man's car owned by his grandmother. The vehicle was towed, the young man was booked for indecent exposure and littering when officers found a used condom on the ground. The girl was taken home with her mother.
• 12:07 p.m. Motel Drive. A fuel pump at Petro Fuel Island ignited and the fire was contained within two hours.
• 2:33 p.m. Santa Fe Avenue. A man made a complaint about his dog being picked up by animal control and not at the shelter. He threatened to shoot the officer. The man later apologized to officers.
Cibola County Sheriff's Office
• Dominic Kose, warrant
• Melissa A. Krukoff, detention order
• David Perry, warrant
• Jeremy Hustito, warrant
• Jobie Wells, warrant
• Kami Valencia, warrant
• Jonathan Abeita, warrant
• Kathy A. Shroulote, warrant
• Ricky Wells, restraining order violation
• Jimmy J. Marez, revoked license
• Freddie Mirabel, court hold
• Sergio Rivera, warrant
• Matthew W. Sarracino, warrant
• 7:13 p.m. Fort Wingate Road. A man heard bullets falling around his house and watched the bullets send dirt flying.
• 4:13 p.m. Roger Hill Road. A woman was nearly rear ended by a dump truck. An officer located a truck fitting the description but the driver said it wasn't him.
• 8:41 a.m. Roosevelt Street. A 911 call was taken from a bank's worker that she had been robbed. The suspect was wearing a black mask and armed. A command post was set up to search for the man. Schools were placed on lock down temporarily.
• 8:58 a.m. Brook Street. Milan Animal Control needed help with a skunk captured in a trap. It was released in the Zuni Mountains.
State Police Department
• Steven Jaramillo, APPO hold
• Brandon J. Davis, warrant
• Nicole Francisco, warrant
• Elwood F. Meyers, warrant
• Richard S. Yazzie, warrant
• Jose L. Sanchez, battery on household member
• Julian Pino, warrant, suspended license
• Donovan Juan, warrant
Cibola County Detention Center DUI and DWI bookings
• Jerry Delgarito, Jr., DWI, warrant
• Donovan Dominguez, DUI
• Casey Garcia, DWI, roadways laned, revoked license
• Eric Gonzales, DUI
• Ivan Lucero, DWI, warrant, failure to maintain
• Leroy P. Ramone, DUI, roadways laned, no insurance
• Ryan Romero, DUI
• Tiffany Wood, DWI, no seatbelt
13th Judicial District Court
• Steven Gaudio pleaded no contest to the charge of criminal damage to property, misdemeanor, and was given a deferred sentence for 364 days. He was ordered to spend the sentence on supervised probation. He must pay probation costs and successfully complete any programs recommended to him by the Adult Probation and Parole Office. He shall pay restitution not to exceed $999. His probation will remain supervised until restitution is paid in full. The probation can be transferred to the state of Florida.
• Benjamin Curiel was convicted of the charges distribution of prohibited, controlled or counterfeit substances, fourth degree felony, to the Department of Corrections for 18 months. All but 10 days were suspended in which he was given pre-sentence confinement.
The probation includes paying costs, $5 domestic violence education fee, $100 DNA fee and submit to DNA testing and $75 lab fee. He shall complete 100 hours of community service and shall continue schooling to advance his career and provide documents. He can transfer to Arizona.
• Melissa Krukoff was convicted for a charge of child abuse - intentional (no death or great bodily harm), third degree felony, and was given a deferred sentence for three years.
She shall be placed on supervised probation for three years. She must successfully complete a drug and alcohol assessment and follow the recommendations. She shall receive credit of 17 days and must complete family dependency court and pay $135 to Cibola County Community Compliance Program.
• Abelardo Descheny was convicted for aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer, fourth degree felony, driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor and/or any drugs (.08 or above)(second offence), misdemeanor, to the Department of Corrections for 18 months.
Upon release he shall be placed on one year parole with the APPO. He shall pay $100 DNA fee and submit to DNA testing. He shall pay $10 domestic violence education fee, $65 DWI lab fee, $75 DWI prevention fee, $20 corrections, $10 court automatic, $20 miscellaneous fees and a $500 DWI fine. He shall install an ignition interlock system on all vehicles he has access to. An alcohol screening and recommendations shall be taken. It is strongly recommended that he complete the alcohol program with the Springer Correctional Center. He shall complete DWI School and shall receive four months for presentence confinement.
13th Judicial District Court