Submitted by the White Pine Sheriff’s Office for May 10 – May 16 Information and spellings of names contained in the blotter are as released by the WPCSO. Information will not be withheld at the requests of persons whose names appear in the blotter or elsewhere in the newspaper that are released by law enforcement agencies that include the WPCSO, Nevada Highway Patrol, Ely Shoshone Tribal Police and other local, state, federal and tribal law enforcement agencies.

MAY 10

Report of an arrest—Officer reported that during a traffic stop Christina M. McPike age 50 of Federal Way WA was arrested for allowing an unlicensed person to operate a vehicle, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance.  Emile Jenkins age 41 of Las Vegas was arrested for illegally parking on a highway, driving without a valid license, ex-felon in possession of a firearm, and possession of cocaine.

Report of a welfare check—Officer attempted to contact the person, but she was not at home.

Report of a parking problem—Officer located several vehicles that were parked in an alleyway. The owner of the vehicles were contacted and advised to remove them.

Report of an alarm—False alarm.

Report of a trespasser—Officer received a report of someone who had entered into a camp trailer that didn’t belong to them. Officer checked the trailer and the area, but no one was located.

Report of a suspicious subject—The individual was contacted who was traveling thorough the Ely area. No problems were reported.

Report of a problem with a subject— Officer received a report of an individual who was possibly attempting to get a prescription filled under false pretenses. Officer contacted the individual and the attending doctor and reported that it was a misunderstanding.

Report of a problem with a subject—Reporting party stated that an individual she knows glared at her making her feel threatened. The incident was documented.

Report of a problem with a subject—Reporting party stated that her ex-boyfriend keeps coming to her home and causing problems. She was advised to obtain a protective order and to call the Sheriff’s Office when he returns to her home.

Report of a custody problem—Reporting party stated that his ex-wife was not going to provide their children they have in common for visitation rights this weekend. The incident was documented.

Report of a problem with a subject—Reporting party stated that an individual was banging on her door trying to get in. Officer contacted the individual and identified him as Shawn R. Southall age 28 of Ely. Southall was arrested on a probation violation.

New bookings—Christina M. McPike / Allowing an unlicensed person to operate a vehicle, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance/ Bail $50,000./Emile Jenkins/ Illegally parking on a highway, driving without a valid license, ex-felon in possession of a firearm, and possession of cocaine/ Bail $55,000/Shawn R. Southall / Probation violation / No bail

MAY 11

Report of harassment—Reporting party stated that an individual was causing problems with one of her family members. The incident was documented.

Report of identity theft—Reporting party stated that someone had gained access to his social security account and was having his social security checks deposited into a different account. Investigation continues.

Report of a welfare check—The individual was contacted and no problems were reported.

Report of an alarm—False alarm.

Report of property damage—Reporting party stated that an unknown person had broken the windows out on his camper trailer. The incident was documented.

Report of illegal dumping—Officer received a report of an individual who was dumping trash in the county. The individual was located and issued a citation for illegal dumping. He was also advised to clean the trash up and take it to the landfill.

Report of identity theft—Reporting party stated that someone had gained access to his debit card and had used it in several different states. The reporting parties banking establishment had already been notified. The incident was documented.

Report of a problem with a subject—Reporting party observed an individual breaking beer bottles and causing a disturbance near a local casino. The individual was contacted and issued a citation for littering.

Report of a reckless driver—Officer contacted the operator of the vehicle and advised him of the complaint. He was issued a warning.

Report of an arrest—Officer reported that during a traffic stop Penny S. Forman age 51 of Ely was arrested for suspended registration on a vehicle, driving suspended, no insurance, open container of alcohol in a vehicle, possession of a controlled substance, use of a controlled substance, and possession of methamphetamine/ Bail $61,450.

Report of a welfare check—The individual was located and was fine.

New Bookings—Irene G. Duran / Ely Municipal Court warrant X 2, Contempt of court / Bail $1,220 / $1,550./Penny S. Forman / Suspended registration on a vehicle, driving suspended, no insurance, open container of alcohol in a vehicle, possession of a controlled substance, use of a controlled substance, and possession of methamphetamine. / Bail $61,450.

MAY 12

Report of a problem with a subject—The reporting party claimed her neighbor’s car tires had been slashed.  A male subject had been seen in the area who had at one time been in a dating relationship with the victim.  The male was located and was in possession of a knife, but denied damaging the tires.  A report will be submitted to the District Attorney for possible prosecution.

Report of suspicious circumstances—The reporting party believed someone may have entered her home while she was gone.  The residence was checked, but nothing was found out of the ordinary.

Report of a dog problem—The reporting party complained about a neighbor’s dog being neglected.  The dog was found to be without shelter.  A citation will be issued for animal neglect and dog license required.

Report of a public nuisance—The reporting party complained a public utility had dug up the alley and there was exposed fecal matter.  The information was passed onto city authorities.

Report of an animal problem—A horse was allegedly observed to be running at large.  The owner located and contained the horse.

Report of a hit and run—City – the reporting party claimed an unknown vehicle struck his parked and unoccupied vehicle sometime during the night.  The investigation continues.

Report of a business license check—The worker was advised to acquire the correct licensing before continuing work.

Report of a barking dog—The reporting party complained about a barking dog.  The owner could not be located.

Report of a parking violation—The offending vehicle was properly parked, but unregistered.  The vehicle was red tagged for removal.

Report of a juvenile problem—Two unlicensed juveniles were reportedly driving a vehicle.  The vehicle was located, parked and unoccupied.

New Bookings—None

MAY 13

Report of an arrest—Officer reported that during a traffic stop Cody Jakubisin age 32 of Battle Mountain, NV was arrested for driving suspended, operating an off highway vehicle on a roadway, lighted lamps required, and possession of drug paraphernalia

Report of property damage—Reporting party stated that someone had shot several of his windows on his residence with a BB gun. Officer reported that the incident was documented.

Report of a scam—Reporting party stated that she received a phone call and the caller claimed to be from the IRS. The reporting party gave the caller her identification and personal information and then realized it was probably a scam. The reporting party was advised it was a scam and to monitor her credit and other banking accounts.

Report of a problem with a subject—Reporting party stated that her neighbor was yelling at her child due to their dogs barking at him. The incident was documented.

Report of an accident—Officer assisted with the Nevada Highway Patrol with an accident involving a pedestrian and a motorist.

Report of a safety violation—Reporting party stated that an individual came to pick up several children, but the vehicle that she was operating didn’t have enough car seats for all of them. The reporting party was concerned for the children welfare. The area was patrolled, but the vehicle had already left the area.

Report of a dog problem—Officer received a report of a dog being locked inside a vehicle. Officer located the vehicle, but while attempting to locate the owner the vehicle left the area.

Report of a wallet found—The wallet was returned to the owner.

Report of a possible drunk driver—The area was patrolled, but the vehicle was not located.

New bookings—Cody Jakubisin / Driving suspended, operating a off highway vehicle on a roadway, lighted lamps required, and possession of drug paraphernalia/Bail $1,405./Jose D. Granillo Jr. / Failure to obey traffic signal, and no registration located inside the vehicle/ Bail $640. / Elko Justice Court warrant, contempt of court/ Bail $495/ Elko Municipal Court warrant, contempt of court/ Bail $495./ Arrested by the Nevada Highway Patrol.

MAY 14

Report of a dog at large—Officer reported that the dog was captured and returned to its home.

Report of an agency assist—Officer assisted the Ely ambulance with an individual who was having problems breathing.

Report of a suspicious subject—Reporting party believed that someone was following her and was going to harm her. Officer checked the area and no one was located.

Report of a domestic disturbance—Officer contacted the parties involved who had engaged in a verbal argument. The parties involved separated for the day.

Report of a barking dog—Officer reported that several dogs in the neighborhood were barking due to a lawn care service doing work in the area.

Report of a reckless driver—The area was patrolled, but the vehicle was not located.

Report of a juvenile problem—Reporting party stated that several juveniles were hiding in people’s yards. The juveniles were contacted who were playing a game. They were advised to stay off people’s property.

New bookings—Kristin Tolbert / Meadow Valley/ Lincoln County Justice Court warrant/ Bail $2,345 / Arrested by the Nevada Highway Patrol

MAY 15

Report of a possible drunk drive—The area was patrolled, but the vehicle was not located.

Report of a goat at large—Officer received a report of a goat that was running at large. Officers located the goat and captured him. He was taken to the Ely Animal Control Building.

Report of a citizen assist—Officer received a report of an elderly female who had fallen and needed assistance. When officers arrived on scene an ambulance was requested and the female was transported to E.R.

Report of a theft—Reporting party stated that some acquaintances of hers used her phone, but never returned it. Investigation continues.

Report of a fight—Reporting party stated that he had been battered by an unknown person. Officer contacted several individuals in the area, who provided statements indicating that the reporting party had fallen down and then claimed he had been battered. The incident was documented.

Report of an ATV disturbance—City — officer received a report of an ATV disturbance. The area was patrolled, but the ATV was not located.

Report of suspicious activity—Reporting party stated that someone had attempted to gain access into her home by damaging a lock to her door. Officer reported that the lock had been damaged, but no access to the home had occurred. The incident was documented.

Report of a reckless driver—Officer received a report of an individual who was operating a vehicle in a reckless manner. Officer contacted the operator of the vehicle and advised him of the complaint. He was issued a warning.

Report of a domestic disturbance—Officer contacted the parties involved who had engaged in a verbal argument. The parties involved were advised to keep the peace.

Report of a reckless driver—The area was patrolled, but the vehicle was not located.

Report of an open doo—Officer reported that an open door on a closed business was located by a concerned citizen. The business was checked and the owner secured the door.

REPORT OF A BATTERY

Reporting party stated that he had been battered by several individuals. Investigation continues.

REPORT OF SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSATNCES

City — reporting party stated that someone was throwing rocks are her home. The area was patrolled, but no one was located.

New bookings

David L. Ulibarri / Serving time

MAY 16

Report of threats—Reporting party stated that someone had put a note on her front door to her residence that made threats towards her. The incident was documented.

Report of a theft—Reporting party stated that someone had stolen a water heater out of a home that a bank had foreclosed on. Investigation continues.

Report of harassment—Reporting party stated that an employee that works at the same business as she does keeps being harassed by a customer. The reporting party stated that the customer is making unwanted advances toward the employee. The employee was advised to obtain a harassment order against the customer.

Report of a theft—Reporting party stated that someone had stolen her mediation from her residence. Investigation continues.

Report of a trash problem—Officer received a report of a vehicle that was going to the Ely Landfill, but trash was falling out of the vehicle. Officer contacted the operator of the vehicle and advised him to clean up the garbage that had fallen out.

Report of a juvenile problem—Officer received a report of several juveniles that were involved in an altercation while attending school. The juveniles were contacted and a report was sent to Juvenile Probation.

Report of an alarm—False alarm.

Report of a problem with a subject—Reporting party stated that he had gotten into an argument with an individual over a dog problem. Several threats were made during the argument. The reporting party wanted the incident documented. A report was completed.

Report of a problem with a subject—Reporting party stated that he had fired an employee from his place of business, but the employee still had a key to the business. The employee was contacted and the key was returned.

Report of an ambulance assist—Officer assisted the Ely ambulance with an individual who had become trapped under a tractor while working on it. The individual was transported to E.R.

Report of suspicious activity—Reporting party stated that he observed several juveniles pushing around wheel chairs and thought the wheel chairs could be stolen. The area was patrolled, but the juveniles were not located.

Report of an arrest—Officer reported that Sam K. Bida age 52 of Ely was arrested for operating an OHV on a public roadway and driving suspended.

Report of a music disturbance—Officer contacted the individual and advised him to turn his music down.

Report of a domestic disturbance—Officer contacted one of the parties involved who stated that she had a verbal argument with her boyfriend. The parties involved had already separated for the night.

New bookings—Sam K. Bida / Operating a OHV on a public roadway and driving suspended/ Bail $855./Ali E. Alnuaimi/ Driving suspended/ Bail $355./ Arrested by the Nevada Highway patrol /Vincent R. Bible/ Serving time/Kyle P. Hannig/ Ely Justice Court warrant, contempt of court/ Bail $2,000.