Two for two
Jack Michael Angulo, 28, was two for two Sunday night.
Around 8 p.m., police arrived at a home on the 1400 block of Texas avenue investigating a call about an unwanted male beating on the door of his ex-girlfriend’s home.
He left, but allegedly returned and struck two cars in front of the home. The owners did not press charges.
Police tracked the suspect Angulo to Elm Street, where he was taken to jail for disorderly conduct and failure to disperse.
Angulo soon bonded out, but was back in jail a few hours later for throwing two Mason jars through two windows at the same residence.
He was arrested for criminal mischief, but bailed out again.
At 11 a.m. Saturday, an officer noticed Lonnie Joseph Stevens, 29, standing near a vehicle on Park and Excelsior. The officer knew Stevens had several warrants out for his arrest, and Stevens was taken to jail.
During the arrest, a syringe and a pipe were found in his possession, and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia was added to his list of felony and misdemeanor offenses.
Officers went to a residence on the 300 block of South Montana street at 1:30 p.m. Saturday looking for Adrian Anthony Aragon, who has two felony warrants out of New Mexico.
When police knocked on the front door, Aragon answered and was taken to jail.
Refusal to leave
An employee at St. James Healthcare called Friday morning regarding Ryan James Carpenter, 31, who would not leave the premises.
Police arrived at the scene and told Carpenter he had to go, but the man still refused. So, he was jailed for failing to disperse.
Fight at Fairmont
At 9:30 p.m. Friday, police were called to Fairmont Hot Springs. Apparently an argument had ensued when Fairmont employee Ely Boone Christensen, 22, told patrons he was closing the waterslide for the night.
This resulted in an argument between Christensen and two of the patrons, and Christensen allegedly grabbed one of them.
Witnesses told police Christensen was the aggressor and he was arrested for simple assault.
A juvenile male has been turned over to juvenile probation for going through vehicles Friday morning near the Butte Public Library, 226 W. Broadway St. Money was taken from one of the vehicles.
The teen, who was found in the library, is also a suspect in an earlier theft to a motor vehicle.
A car’s windshield was shot out Friday with a BB gun in the 1700 block of Longfellow street.
There are no suspects.
Four guns taken
A woman moving out of an apartment in the 800 block of West Broadway street reported a theft from her apartment.
In a report, she stated a couple of her friends were helping her to move, but now she is missing four rifles and a flat-screen TV.
The case is under investigation.
When the noise got to be too much Saturday at a residence on the 200 block of South Excelsior avenue, police were called.
When they arrived around 1:30 p.m., all the people were drinking and all were underage.
The parents of five of those ticketed for being a minor in possession were called because they were 17 or under. Nine others were cited at the scene and released, as they were 18 and older.
Only one was taken to jail, Chase Townsend, 19, and that’s because he had six misdemeanor warrants for his arrest out of Cascade County.
- Two padlocks were cut off at storage units owned by American Mini Storage, but nothing appeared to have been taken. There are no suspects.
- At 2 a.m. Monday police responded to the Quality Inn Express, where someone staying there had their car’s rear window broken, but nothing was taken. There are no suspects.
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