The Newman Police Department received 95 calls for service and reported 71 officer initiated calls for a total of 166 incidents between Sept. 13 to Sept. 19. There were
25 cases opened and six arrests. The department issued seven traffic citations, seven parking citations, and three criminal citations. One citation was given for a municipal code infraction. Six vehicles were towed.
A resident in the 700 block of Eucalyptus Avenue reported damage done to the garage door. The vandalism was reported at 9:10 a.m. Sept. 17.
The trim on the inside of the garage door was pried off and broken near where the locks would be for the roll up door, according to the Newman Police Department.
The garage door was partially open and the roll up door tilted. The damage was estimated at $1,000. The case is under investigation.
On Sept. 15 the Newman Police Department received a call from an individual reporting that a person on Cinnamon Teal was seen siphoning gas from a 1985 model Chevy Blazer.
The suspect jumped into a maroon 905 model Honda Accord and drove off northbound Hills Ferry from Sherman Parkway.
An officer investigating the theft found that the keyhole had been damaged and could smell gasoline. No suspect was identified.
Conrado Andrade, 45, of Newman was arrested on Sept. 13 for being an unlicensed driver.
Miguel Angel Estrada, 49, of Crows Landing was arrested on Sept. 14 for driving with a license suspended for DUI.
Maria Nancy Ruiz, 48, of Newman was arrested on Sept. 14 for a warrant out of Stanislaus County.
Roberto De La Torre-Hernandez, 49, of Turlock was arrested on Sept. 16 for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and being an unlicensed driver.
Sabrina Markel Hewes, 27, of Santa Nella was arrested on Sept. 17 for being an unlicensed driver.
Toni Josette Marin, 21, of Turlock was arrested on Sept. 18 for being an unlicensed driver.
The Gustine Police Department received 85 calls for service and reported 71 officer initiated calls for a total of 156 incidents between Sept. 13 to Sept. 19. There were 16 cases opened and nine arrests made. The department issued nine traffic citations and had three vehicles towed.
Lotto ticket likely lost, not stolen
A claim made to the Gustine Police Department that a winning lotto ticket was taken by a store clerk turned out to be false and was actually a lost ticket.
On Sept. 11 the Gustine Police Department was contacted by a Gustine resident about a winning $600 winning lotto ticket. The man said he went to the Quick and Easy convenience store at 780 South Avenue to claim the prize and was given a form to fill out.
The man told the police department he believed the clerk kept the ticket, but a later review of the surveillance video shows the clerk handing the man the winning ticket and the claim form, according to the police department.
When the man was contacted again he stated he probably lost the ticket, according to the police department.
Around 10:20 p.m. Sept. 18, a Gustine Police officer spotted Abraham Ramirez in the area of 1st Avenue and 5th Street. The officer recognized Ramirez and knew he had a warrant for his arrest. The officer took Ramirez into custody and during a search discovered a glass pipe that is used in ingesting methamphetamine.
Antonio David Silva, 25, of Gustine was arrested on Sept. 15 for driving with a license suspended for DUI.
Juan Pablo Caballero Ornelas, 25, of Gustine was arrested on Sept. 17 for attempted murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon not a firearm and a fireworks violation.
Pablo Caballero, 44, of Gustine was arrested on Sept. 17 for cultivation of marijuana and willful cruelty to a child.
Peggy Lorraine Ruiz, 49, of Gustine was arrested on Sept. 17 for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
Abraham Barajas Ramirez, 29, of Gustine was arrested on Sept. 18 for a misdemeanor warrant.
James Malcolm Harris, 52, of Gustine was arrested on Sept. 19 for violating a court order.
Tina Marie Lalisan, 50, of Gustine was arrested on Sept. 19 for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon not a firearm, inflicting corporal injury and threatening a crime with intent to terrorize.
Weekly arrest and incident reports are provided by the Newman and Gustine police departments. Charges may have been dropped as of press time. All suspects are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty.