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Dec. 20 Globe Police arrests and service calls

December 20, 2017

TOTAL NUMBER OF CALLS FOR SERVICE: 17

TOTAL NUMBER OF TRAFFIC STOPS: 03

 

ARRESTS:

Globe Police Department arrested Mary Louise Red Feather, age 37, out of San Carlos, on a failure to pay warrant for the original charge of the charge of liquor-consumption in public.

ITEM OF INTEREST:

0637: Officers responded to a residence on Mesquite Street in reference to an alarm.

0817: Officers responded to a residence on Estate Drive in reference to an alarm.

1037: Officers responded to a residence on Saguaro Drive in reference to a welfare check.

1110: Officers responded to Dollar General in reference to shoplifting.

1150: Officer responded to the Dollar General in reference to a wanted person. Officer arrested Mary Red Feather.

1216: Officer responded to Walmart in reference to shoplifting.

1303: Officer responded to Giant in reference to an unwanted person.

1547: Officer responded to Globe High School in reference to a juvenile problem.

1636: Officer responded to a residence on Sixth Street in reference to an agency assist for Adult Protective Services. 

1639: Officer responded to a residence on Kline Street in reference to an unsecure premise.

1939: Officer conducted a field interview in the area of Ash Street and Monroe Street. 

1945: Officer responded to the area of Santee Street and Broad Street in reference to a motorist assist.

1951: Officer responded to Dollar General in reference to an unwanted person.

2051: Officer responded to a residence on Fourth Street in reference to an agency assist for the Department of Child Safety.

2125: Officer responded to Circle K near Hunter Drive in reference to shoplifting.

2150: Officer, along with Globe Fire Department and Tri-City Fire Department, responded to the area of Main Street and Highway 60 in reference to a two-vehicle accident.

2232: Officer responded to the area of Ash Street and Seventh Street in reference to a traffic hazard. 

 

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