Submitted by the White Pine County Sheriff’s Office for Nov. 11-18. 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 the law enforcement agencies that include the WPCSO, Nevada Highway Patrol, Ely Shoshone Tribal Police and other local, state, federal agencies.

NOV. 22

REPORT OF AN ACCIDENT: Destinie Nicole Ainsworth, of Ely, lost control of her vehicle due to icy conditions, causing it to leave the roadway and strike a guide post and rock wall. A report was completed.

REPORT OF A BURGLARY: City – the reporting party claimed an unknown subject entered his home and stole some of his property. The investigation continues.

REPORT OF A RECKLESS DRIVER: City – the vehicle wasn’t located.

REPORT OF A DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE: The reporting party claimed she and her boyfriend had been arguing and he broke multiple items in their home. The boyfriend was gone when officers arrived. They attempted to locate him, but were unsuccessful.

REPORT OF A WELFARE CHECK: City – the subjects were located and were fine.

New Bookings: None.

NOV. 23

REPORT OF A POSSIBLE THEFT: City – the reporting party discovered someone had broken into his RV sometime within the last few months, but he was unsure if anything had been taken. A report was completed.

REPORT OF THREATS: City – the reporting party claimed several male subjects threatened to fight him. The investigation continues.

REPORT OF A DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE: The parties were contacted and claimed to have been arguing over parenting issues. Both parties separated for the day.

REPORT OF A THEFT: City – the reporting party, an employee at a local convenience store, observed a female subject take goods without paying for them. The female was later identified as 41 year old Dawn Hinton. She was later located and arrested for burglary and larceny.

REPORT OF THREATS: The reporting party claimed to have received an email claiming the sender had nude photos of her and was threatening to send them to several people of she didn’t pay the sender money. She was advised this was a scam.

REPORT OF A HIT AND RUN: City – the reporting party discovered someone struck his vehicle while it was parked and unoccupied. A report was completed.

REPORT OF A WELFARE CHECK: City – the subject was located and claimed to be okay.

REPORT OF A BATTERY: The reporting party, a juvenile, claimed another juvenile struck him. The deputy was unable to locate the other unknown juvenile.

REPORT OF DRUGS: City – someone reported smelling drugs in an apartment complex. Contact was made with the tenants, who admitted smoking marijuana in the hallway. They were warned about smoking it in a public place.

New Bookings: None

NOV. 24

REPORT OF A BURGLARY: City – the reporting party claimed her ex-boyfriend was in her apartment, refusing to leave, and was damaging her property. When deputies arrived, the male fled the apartment through a back window. The male was later located and identified as 27 year old Ely resident Dakota Miles Hunt. He was arrested for burglary, trespassing, and several other charges.

REPORT OF LITTERING: City – the reporting party claimed an unknown subject keeps throwing garbage on his property. A report was completed.

REPORT OF THEFT: City – the reporting party, an employee of a local convenience store, observed a female stealing goods without paying for them. The female fled the store when confronted. The female was identified as 41 year old Dawn Hinton, who was also suspected of a previous theft. She was arrested for burglary and larceny.

REPORT OF SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: The reporting party claimed a friend was in the hospital and there was an unknown subject at his trailer. The subject was contacted and he claimed the owner’s girlfriend had asked him to watch the trailer while he was gone.

REPORT OF A SUSPICIOUS SUBJECT: The subject was gone when deputies arrived.

New Bookings: Dawn Hinton / Warrant, petit larceny, and burglary / Bail $20,000;; Austin White / Hold for transport company; Joshua Abrams / Hold for transport company; Mason Calloway / Hold for transport company; Andre Smith / Hold for transport company; Michael McIntosh / Hold for transport company; Samuel Jamerson / Hold for transport company; Sylviano Molina / Hold for transport company; Dakota Miles Hunt / Burglary, trespassing, obstructing a peace officer, and injury to property / Bail $10,000

NOv. 25

REPORT OF A SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE: City – the vehicle was located and the driver claimed to have just pulled over to sleep.

REPORT OF THREATS: City – the reporting party claimed an unknown male called and threatened him. A report was completed.

REPORT OF A WELFARE CHECK:The subject was located and claimed to be fine.

REPORT OF STALKING:The reporting party claimed a male appeared to be hanging around areas in which his granddaughter frequents. The male subject was later located and advised to stay away from the female.

REPORT OF A POSSIBLE INTOXICATED DRIVER:City – the driver was not intoxicated.

New Bookings: Larry William Perkins Jr / Serving time for previous arrest

NOV. 26

REPORT OF A DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE: City – one of the parties was contacted and he said he had been arguing with his girlfriend, and she had left the home prior to law enforcement arrival.

REPORT OF SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: City – the reporting party claimed to have received an unusual voice-mail. A report was completed.

REPORT OF DRUGS: City – a juvenile was found to be in possession of a controlled substance while at school. A report was completed and forwarded to Juvenile Probation.

REPORT OF THREATS: The reporting party claimed to have received a threat while at work from a customer. The deputy attempted to locate the customer, but was unsuccessful.

REPORT OF A PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT: City – Justin Manning, of Ely, was backing up from a parked position and struck a parked vehicle. A report was completed.

REPORT OF A PROBLEM WITH A SUBJECT: The reporting party was trying to recover property from another person, who had refused. Both parties worked the problem out civilly.

REPORT OF A VAGRANT: City – the area was checked, but the subject wasn’t located.

REPORT OF SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: City – an employee of a local convenience store observed a man and woman in the store. The woman appeared to be in need of assistance and the employee called for law enforcement. When the deputy arrived, the man and woman were in a car and fled the area. After a short pursuit, and with the assistance of the Nevada Highway Patrol, the vehicle was stopped. The driver, identified as 26 year old Jamin Phillip Matthews, of Ely, was taken into custody. Deputies later learned the female was his girlfriend whom he had battered and forced to go with him against her will.

REPORT OF A DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE: City – the parties were contacted and they claimed to have only been arguing. They separated for the day.

REPORT OF A TRESPASS: City – a deputy observed several people behind an abandoned business. They all denied being in the building. The deputy later located where someone had entered the building. He again spoke to the subjects, and all of them admitted to being in the building. A report was completed and submitted to the City Attorney for prosecution.

New Bookings: Jamin Phillip Matthews / Eluding, domestic battery by strangulation x2, false imprisonment, kidnap 2nd degree, unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, reckless driving, fail to obey a traffic control device, fail to obey traffic control signals, and failure to yield right of way / Bail $65,000