• 700 block of S.E. 14th Avenue – A 2005 Ford sports utility vehicle was reported burglarized Monday with entry made through an unlocked door. A camouflage handbag valued at $60 and a checkbook were reported stolen.
• 1000 block of S.E. 18th Street – A Mercury Tracer was reported burglarized Thursday with entry made through an unlocked door. A Kenwood CD player valued at $250 was reported stolen.
•1100 block of S.E. 8th Street – A residence was reported burglarized Sunday where a pair of Wrangler jeans, cash, wallet and a Motorola flip phone were reported stolen. The total value of the stolen items is $285.
The Mineral Wells Police Department reported making the following arrests:
• Kimberly Jo Arzate, 35, of San Angelo, was arrested Saturday for possession of a controlled substance greater than 1 gram and less than 4 grams.
• Ollie Geneva Baker, 43, of Mineral Wells, was arrested March 18 for driving while intoxicated.
• Steven V. Cortez, 23, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Friday for possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces.
• Justin Trent Cox, 39, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Friday for no driver’s license and no insurance.
• Kristene Jean Davila, 20, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Thursday on four MWPD traffic warrants.
• Ricardo Davila, 33, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Saturday for three MWPD traffic warrants.
• Alice Marie Eiceman, 46, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Sunday on two Tyler Police Department warrants for forgery of a financial instrument.
• Carl Dan Fairley Jr., 24, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Sunday for public intoxication.
• Clarence Henry Faubion, 46, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Saturday for running a stop sign, no vehicle inspection and possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Pablo Ernesto Garcia, 18, of Mineral Wells, was arrested March 18 on two MWPD traffic warrants.
• Zachary Curtis Harris, 21, of Mineral Wells, was arrested March 19 on four MWPD traffic warrants.
• Jonathan Harwell, 22, of Hudson Oaks, was arrested March 17 on two MWPD traffic warrants and a Palo Pinto County Sheriff’s Department misdemeanor warrant.
• Brenda Kay Helbach, 36, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Monday on two MWPD traffic warrants.
• Daniel Frausto Hernandez, 35, of Mineral Wells, was arrested March 19 for criminal trespass.
• Jeannie D. Mabry, 52, of Perrin, was arrested March 17 for attempting to obtain a controlled substance by forgery.
• Moses Ozzy Menchaca, 17, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Saturday on a MWPD warrant for violation of curfew.
• Stanley Kyle Nunley, 18, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Friday for failure to control speed and failure to signal turn.
• Tamara Marie Pirtle, 34, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Sunday on four MWPD traffic warrants.
• Christopher Lee Prewitt, 29, of Mineral Wells, was arrested March 17 for seven MWPD traffic warrants.
• James Louis Rudzavice, 26, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Sunday for evading arrest/detention, running a stop sign, no driver’s license and no insurance.
• Kevin Ray Schmidt, 28, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Friday on five MWPD traffic warrants.
• Anthony Gerald Smith, 45, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Saturday on two MWPD traffic warrants.
• John Christopher Soto, 17, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Wednesday on seven MWPD traffic warrants.
• Crystal Hale Taylor, 31, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Saturday for public intoxication.
• Kelly Gale West, 18, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Saturday for theft greater than $50 and less than $500.
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