Dispatch: Hotel room destroyed; Aggravated assault of a 56 year old woman

Here's what happened around Campbell County on Thursday. All calls took place between 6 a.m February 18th and 6 a.m. February 19th. All persons cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. *Gillette Police Department* *Kasey Boone, 18, Gillette*, arrested for contempt of court bench warrant. *Tiffany Calico, 41, Gillette* arrested Thursday afternoon for an aggravated assault that allegedly took place on Richards Avenue Wednesday night. A 56 year old woman reported to police that she had been attacked during an argument about a phone. She was found with a broken jaw, broken ribs, a broken nose, severe swelling in both eyes, and a lost tooth. She is still being treated at the hospital. *China Delfino, 22, Gillette*, was stopped Thursday night near 12th and Butler Spaeth. Witnesses said she had been walking around the area confused and hallucinating. She admitted to officers to smoking meth earlier in the day. She was taken to the hospital, treated and released, then arrested for public intoxication. She has previously been charged with possession of meth on February 4th, and January 25th. *Ambrocio Jaramillo, 35, Gillette*, was arrested for public intoxication on Echeta Road at 9:30 a.m. Thursday morning. A family member reported that he may be suicidal, but when officers got to his open front door, he appeared in only his underwear and seemed to be intoxicated. Several empty half-gallon whiskey bottles were found in the residence. He denied being suicidal, and was taken in to custody. His case has been referred to Adult Protective Services. *Jay Stanley, 24, Kayenta AZ*, arrested at 1:51 this morning when officers noticed him walking west on 2nd street. He had allegedly been stumbling on the sidewalk, almost falling in to the street. He didn't seem to know where he was. He was arrested for public intoxication, but no breath test was taken in detention because he was uncooperative. *Jerome Stanley, 26, Kayenta AZ*, also arrested around 2 a.m. this morning. He was stopped for going 39 in 30 mph zone. Officers allegedly smelled alcohol, and he appeared unsteady on his feet. He refused to take a sobriety test, and was arrested for DUI based on his visual sign of impairment. He tested .11 at detention. *Martin Swendson, 50, Gillette*, arrested for a bench warrant. A 34 year old male who was the passenger in a car stopped on 2nd had a warrant for eluding and reckless driving, with a bond of $580. As he was being searched, a misdemeanor amount of marijuana and meth was allegedly found on him. He was cited for possession and arrested for the warrant. *Theft* At 8:30 a.m. at Wal-Mart, a 30 year old woman reported that her vehicle registration stickers were stolen from her license plates. It costs $9 to replace stolen tags. *Animal Cruelty *Thursday morning on Primrose Dr., a 43 year old man reported that two of his 7 month old dogs had been poisoned by an unknown person. Both dogs were taken to the vet, one died under veterinary care and the second dog is still being treated. An investigation is ongoing. *Domestic Violence* While at the hospital on an unrelated investigation, hospital employees told police that a 34 year old female wanted to report a case of domestic violence. On the 16th of February she and her 39 year old boyfriend had drinks at a local bar, and then went back to their Echeta Road home, where the man poked her in the throat. She fell and hit her left hand, breaking a bone in her hand. Her neck had bruising and swelling when police interviewed her. They are still searching for the boyfriend. *Harassment *A 38 year old Wal-Mart employee reported that her 39 year old co-worker had been harassing her. Police contacted the man, and he was advised to stay away from the woman. *Destruction of Property* At 12:20 p.m., the manager at Days Inn reported that a woman in her twenties and an unknown male had allegedly poured an unknown red liquid over both beds, and two lampshades in the room they had been occupying. The seat and cover were forcibly removed from the toilet, and a drawer from the mini fridge was taken. They paid with a pre-paid credit card that did not cover the cost of the damages, which was estimated at $350. An investigation is ongoing. A 49 year old woman reported that her 2003 Jaguar had been keyed while it was parked in a parking lot. $300 damage was done. *Drugs* Thursday afternoon at Adult Probation, officers contacted a 43 year old male that had allegedly produced a positive urine test for meth. He admitted to using in the past couple of days, and consented to a search of his car and residence. K9 units turned over a pipe and syringe. At 8:11 p.m. Thursday night, the hospital pharmacy called police when a nurse turned over a small amount of marijuana she had confiscated from a patient. They wouldn't provide officers with the patient's name. The pot was taken in to evidence for destruction. *Suspicious Activity* A 70 year old woman at Cottonwood Terrace said she saw a man standing by the door to the main office. She asked him if he needed something, he said no and left, headed towards the hospital. When officers arrived on scene, they noticed a damaged door knob to the office door. $35 in damage, investigation is ongoing. *Campbell County Sheriff's Office* *Raymond Allen, 32, GIllette*, was arrested for a warrant. *Michael Bashauer, 19, Gillette*, was arrested for a bench warrant. *Austin Carson, 21, Gillette*, arrested to be held for another agency. *Timothy Goergen, 24, Gillette*, who had been arrested on February 16th for possession of meth, was found to have three prior convictions for possession and was taken back to detention. *Jack Gray, 28, Gillette*, arrested for a warrrant. *Joshua Horton, 25, Gillette*, was with Timothy Goergen during the initial arrest on the 16th. His probation has been revoked. *James Williams, 36, Gillette*, arrested at the VOA. Thursday afternoon a Wright resident who is a diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic reported several incidents at his home which turned out to be unfounded. He appeared to be off his medication and experiencing hallucinations related to the strong winds yesterday. His neighbors also called to report he had been driving slowly around their house. Thursday night deputies were called to an apartment complex when the smell of marijuana was reported. They contacted a woman and she let deputies look around her residence and inspect a hookah she had sitting out in the open. Nothing suspicious was found. *Information provided by GPD Lieutenant Chuck Deaton and Campbell County Undersheriff Quentin Reynolds*. #county17 #news