Police

Arrests reported Nov. 24-30

Posted 12/2/22

Editor’s Note: This column, prepared by Paradise Valley Police Department, lists arrests, not convictions, unless otherwise stated. Arrested persons listed here who are later found not guilty …

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Police

Arrests reported Nov. 24-30

Posted

Editor’s Note: This column, prepared by Paradise Valley Police Department, lists arrests, not convictions, unless otherwise stated. Arrested persons listed here who are later found not guilty or have had charges against them dropped are welcome to inform the newspaper, which will confirm the information and print it.

The following information was provided on adult arrests that occurred Nov. 24–Nov. 30.

• Trent Michael Carney was arrested Nov. 25 as the result of a traffic stop on the corner of North Tatum Boulevard and East Lincoln Drive. Carney is charged with one count of possession of an open container in the passenger compartment of a vehicle on the roadway.

• Raymond Garcia was taken into custody Nov. 28 as the result of an investigation in the block of 7100 E. Berneil Drive. Garcia is charged with one count of disorderly conduct - fighting and one count of threatening or intimidating to cause injury or damage property.

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