Brandon Cory Tyner, 21, of Hill Air Force Base, Utah, was arrested Sept. 22 for endangerment, aggravated assault– deadly weapon/dangerous instances, aggravated assault– officer, criminal damage– defacing of property, narcotic drug possession/use, drug paraphernalia possession/use, unlawful flight from law enforcement and reckless driving. Tyner was given these citations after failing to yield for a traffic stop and then allegedly traveling at speeds of 80-90 MPH while operating his vehicle the wrong way through a section of roadway underneath the BNSF railway overpass into oncoming traffic and struck a police vehicle. Police later located Tyner’s car near US 93. Tyner had reportedly run from the police but an hour later called the police station to surrender and came back to his vehicle. He was later transported to Fourth Avenue Jail.

Don Kentral Hamilton, 43, of Kent, Wash., was cited Aug. 18 for exceeding the speed limit by 20-45 MPH after being allegedly observed traveling at a rate of 61 MPH in a 35 MPH zone.

Vincent Allen Wilson, 26, of Winchester, Calif., was arrested Sept. 21 for carrying a deadly weapon– failure to admit, possession/use of weapon in drug offense, marijuana– possession/use, narcotic drug possession/use, drug paraphernalia– possession/use, knowingly displaying a false license plate and exceeding the posted speed limit by 20/45 MPH.

Christopher Angel Loyle, 24, was arrested Sept. 21 for marijuana– possession/use and drug paraphernalia– possession/use.

According to police, both men were arrested after a traffic stop for speeding. Upon a search of the vehicle, marijuana, concentrate, paraphernalia and a handgun were found. Both men were transported to Fourth Avenue Jail.

A 15-year-old, male was cited Sept. 13 for driving without a driver’s license and speeding at a rate of 20+ MPH above the posted speed limit.

Jeremiah James Kriehn, 35, of Vail, was arrested Sept. 15 on a warrant for failure to comply with a court order after police reportedly ran his name during a traffic stop.

A 17-year-old male, of Wickenburg, was cited Sept. 26 for DUI- liquor/drugs/combination. His passenger, Bachy Enrique Vidrio, 19, of Wickenburg, was arrested for marijuana– possession/use and drug paraphernalia– possession/use. The two were pulled over for speeding. Later, the 17-year-old was released to his parents and Vidrio was transported to Fourth Avenue Jail.

Brandt Easton Buko, 23, of Mooresville, N.C., was cited Sept. 3 for criminal littering after throwing beer cans out the window of the car he was a passenger in.

Kelli Marie Keplinger, 45, of Wickenburg, was arrested Sept. 18 for third degree trespassing and disorderly conduct– disruptive behavior after reportedly going back to a local hotel that she had previously been trespassed from.

Jeffrey Scott Darden, 44, of Wickenburg, was arrested for marijuana– possession/use, dangerous drug– possession/use, DUI– liquor/drugs/vapors/combination, DUI– drugs/metabolite and driving with a suspended license after being pulled over for driving irregularly according to reports. Upon search of the vehicle police reportedly found methanphetamine and marijuana.

Nathaniel Austin Cargin, 21, of Wickenburg, was arrested Aug. 20 for assualt– touched to injure, criminal damage– defacing property and failure to comply to a court order. Cargin was transported to Fourth Avenue Jail.

Jeff Martinez Valles, 29, of Las Vegas, Nev., was cited Aug. 11 for exceeding the speed limit by 20/45 MPH.

Spencer Powell, 44, of Wickenburg was cited Sept. 11 for disorderly conduct– weapon after reportedly threatening someone with a gun. He was later arrested on Sept. 14 for dangerous drug– possession/use and drug paraphernalia– possession/use. Powell was transported to Fourth Avenue Jail.

Leobardo Valdes Torres, 43, was cited Sept. 17 for driving with a suspended license.

Arvnor Thaci, 25, of Wickenburg, was arrested Sept. 21 for shoplifting– removal of goods after reportedly taking three cases of beer from a local grocery store. He was transported to Fourth Avenue Jail.

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