During a routine patrol Sunday afternoon, police officers observed Jari Christine May, 38, driving a vehicle near Montana and Porphyry.
May, who has several outstanding warrants, fled from officers but was arrested at Dakota and Porphyry.
Some of those charges included two counts of possession of dangerous drugs, revocation of sentence (a felony), and theft.
On Sunday, some meth, heroin and marijuana were found in the vehicle, along with stolen checks and stolen credit cards.
She was then charged with possession of dangerous drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, eluding officers, and driving with a suspended or revoked license.
May is in jail on a $27,570 bond.
Charged with theft
On Sunday night, residents in the 500 block of Colorado allegedly watched a woman trying to get into vehicles in their neighborhood — sometimes successfully.
They called the police station, and officers arrived at 6:30 p.m., but the suspect, Sherri Lynn Kingston, 50, had taken off.
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A male was able to follow her to the 1700 block of Silver Bow Homes. When officers arrived, Kingston did not have any items in her possession, and had already returned some items to the rightful owner.
She was charged with two counts of theft, and one count pf criminal trespass to vehicles.
Social media threats
Threatening public officials on Facebook will definitely get law enforcement’s attention.
Such was the case at 2 p.m. Saturday, when police officers went to the residence of Julie Marie Riojas, 40, on the 1600 block of Schley, to discuss her threats.
While officers were there, a male told them that Riojas had been threatening him and had grabbed him by the arms.
Riojas was arrested on a felony count of partner or family member assault (third or subsequent offense).
Man refuses to leave
At 4 a.m. Saturday morning, police officers arrived at the Lincoln Hotel and found Michael John Farrell, 57, lying on the floor.
Farrell had been asked to leave the premises, but refused.