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Police Log, Oct. 12, 2017

Police Log, Oct. 12, 2017

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Police Log

Oct. 12

Eddie Chavez-Nunez, 24, of Spring Valley, California, was arrested on U.S. Highway 93 for speeding 31-plus miles over limit, owning or possessing a gun by a prohibited person, and driver disobeying police officer. Bail: $21,635

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Miguel A. Diaz, 38, of Spring Valley, California, was arrested on U.S. Highway 93 for owning or possessing a gun by a prohibited person. Bail: $20,000

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Kaileigh L. Estrella, 19, of Elko was arrested at the Elko County Jail on a warrant for failure to appear after bail on a felony crime and failure to appear after bail on a misdemeanor crime. Bail: $3,640

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Heriberto R. Gonzalez-Martinez, 23, of Elko was arrested at Khoury’s Market on a warrant for destroying the property of another. Bail: $1,140

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Joseph K. Gould, 36, of Spring Creek was arrested at the Lander County Jail for probation violation. No bail

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James D. Horner, 51, of Reno was arrested at Washoe County Jail for two counts of failure to appear after bail on a misdemeanor crime. Bail: $2,665

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Edwin Lopez Rico, 23, of Chula Vista, California was arrested on U.S. Highway 93 for owning or possessing a gun by a prohibited person. Bail: $20,000

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Mercedes C. Martinez, 23, of Spring Creek was arrested at High Desert Inn on two counts of possession of a controlled substance, three counts of use or possession of drug paraphernalia, and for failure to appear after bail on a misdemeanor crime. Bail: $12,920

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Brian K. Parker, 49, of Elko was arrested at Humboldt County Jail on a warrant. Bail: $695

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Anthony D. Robles, 29, of Reno was arrested at Washoe County Jail on a warrant for failure to appear after bail on a misdemeanor crime. Bail: $1,095

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Jason T. Stone II, 18, of Spring Creek was arrested at Elko County Jail for failure to appear after bail on a misdemeanor crime. Bail: $2,500

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

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