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Nye County District Attorney’s Report

Editor’s note: The Nye County District Attorney’s Report is provided by the office of DA Chris Arabia. Plans call for it to be provided on a monthly basis as the information becomes available. This is the September 2019 report, released his week. Duplicate names represent separate cases. See pvtimes.com for a look at recent DA reports.

Adam Dashiel — No insurance, no driver’s license

Adam Dashiel — Possession of drug paraphernalia

Adam Dashiel — Possession of drug paraphernalia

Michael Maxwell Sr. — Petit larceny

David Sharp — Driving under the influence of alcohol

Demitrius Dunlap—Johnson — Driving under the influence of alcohol

Kimberly Brake — Battery

James Senary — False statement to or obstructing public officer

Michael Nielsen — Driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense

Clinton Roberts — Battery (simple)

Eugene Harris — Possession of controlled substance with intent to sell

Kimberly Brake — Burglary with prior conviction, grand larceny

Aaron Farrell — Disturbing the peace

Michael Carrasco — Evade, elude, fail to stop on signal of police

David Ahern — Disturbing the peace

John Behmer — Stopping, standing or parking vehicle in specified prohibited place

Lamonick Kaahu — Domestic battery

Zachary Heier — Reckless driving

Thomas Fulton — Stopping, standing or parking vehicle in specified prohibited place x 2

David Souto — False statement to or obstructing public officer

Larry Kerns — Driving under the influence of alcohol

Keanu Kaiwi—Geraghty — Speed too fast for condition/due care

Janeen Brooker — No driver’s license in possession, no proof of insurance

Lea Armendariz — False statement to or obstructing public officer

Suzann Thompson — Unlawful trespass upon land, petit larceny

Joseph Nelson — Unlawful use of a controlled substance

Joseph Nelson — Burglary

Maren Kozbial — Attempted burglary

Tyson Jones — Possession of drug(s) which may be introduced into interstate commerce

Dillon Derr — Grand larceny of a motor vehicle

Bailey Guilinger — Possession of controlled substance with intent to sell

Bailey Guilinger — Possession of controlled substance with intent to sell

Bailey Guilinger — Possession of controlled substance with intent to sell

Thomas Clawson — Battery causing substantial bodily harm

Thomas Clawson — Battery by a prisoner

Steven Thompson — Disturbing the peace

Steven Thompson — False reporting of a crime

David Pattilo Jr. — Resisting public officer, unlawful trespass upon land

George Ferguson — Prohibited acts of convicted sex offender

Alexis Hinds — Attempted offense involving stolen property

Lucille Macias — Battery upon a peace officer, indecent or obscene exposure

Dolten Delapena — Obtaining money under false pretenses

Dolten Delapena — Petit larceny

Isaac Gengler — Resisting public officer

Roudy Goodsell — Driving under the influence of alcohol, third offense

Riley Alger — Possession of controlled substance

Shawn Speakman — Stop required on signal of peace officer, resisting public officer

Lucas Parten — Possession of drug paraphernalia

Ever Marioni — Battery

Robert Stodghill — Theft

Brandy Meixner — Domestic battery

Henry Calvin — Driving without a valid license

Henry Calvin — Driving without a valid license

Kathaleen Fitzpatrick — Stopping, standing or parking vehicle in specified prohibited place

Calvin Henry — Driving without a valid license, unregistered vehicle, fictitious or suspended/revoked registration/plate/title

Toni DeAngelis — Driving under the influence

Diana Martin — Domestic battery

Antone Priester — Driving under the influence, no driver’s license, no insurance, speeding

Joshua Gerecke — Driving under the influence

Nicholas Rotella — Driving under the influence

Manuel Mendez — Driving under the influence

Tyler Crihfield — Disturbing the peace

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