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Elko County arrests: May 1, 2021
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Elko County arrests: May 1, 2021

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Dillon R. Hill, 27, of Elko was arrested at 1575 Lamoille Highway on a bench warrant. Bail: $360

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Dalton L. Kaady, 22, of Fallon was arrested on Interstate-80 overpass for driving under the influence. Bail: $1,140

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Travis B. Kelson, 39, of West Valley City, Utah was arrested on a warrant for felony possession of a controlled substance, possession to sell a controlled substance, burglary of a business, and four counts of intent to utter a fictitious bill, note or check. Bail: $45,000

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Robert E. Lee, 22, of Elko was arrested at Last Chance and Buzzard roads for destroying the property of another and operating an unregistered vehicle. Bail: $1,335

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Jodie E. Longtree, 21, of Elko was arrested at 1702 Sagebrush Drive on four Bureau of Indian Affairs tribal charges. Bail: $2,000

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Michael L. Lujan, 41, of Colfax, California was arrested on U.S. Highway 93 for false statement to obstruct a public officer, fugitive felon from another state, and bribery of other public officer.

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Anthony P. Valles, 49, of Elko was arrested at 1740 Mountain City Highway on a bench warrant and for destroying property of another. Bail: $1,605

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Silvia S. Villano-Pittman, 32, of Elko was arrested at 1513 Oakwood Drive for second-offense domestic battery. Bail: $5,140

We've seen demonstrations in Columbus, Ohio in recent weeks after a 16-year-old Black girl was killed by police.And now a federal judge has ordered police there to stop using force against peaceful protesters.The judge made the decision in light of protests last year after the murder of George Floyd.He says Columbus officers "clothed with the awesome power of the state" ran "amok."The judge's order prevents officers from using tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets against people who aren't breaking the law. 

The charges above do not imply guilt. Under the law, everyone is presumed innocent unless proven guilty in court.

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