Arrest Record

The following people were arrested in Mineral County on or after Oct. 22 and were in jail on Monday at or after about 8 a.m. All charges against them are misdemeanors unless otherwise noted. All are innocent until proven guilty in court. Names and charges appear as they have been received from the sheriff’s office.

• Brian K. Lockman was arrested on Oct. 20 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for domestic battery. Bail set at $3,000 bond/cash. [Correction from Mineral County Sheriff’s Office on charges originally listed.]

• Allecia Wingfield was arrested on Oct. 20 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for domestic battery. Bail set at $3,000 bond/cash. [Correction from Mineral County Sheriff’s Office on charges originally listed.]

• Kellie A. Camp was arrested on Oct. 23 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for arrest on other agency warrants – Hawthorne Township Justice Court. Bail set at $12,000 bond/cash.

• Juli R. Fisk was arrested on Oct. 24 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for possess schedule I, II, III, IV controlled substance (first/second); use/possess drug paraphernalia; possess hypodermic device; sell/supply/prescribe a controlled substance in presence of…; fail change name/address on drivers license and arrest on other agency warrants – Hawthorne Township Justice Court. Bail set at $17,190 bond/cash and $30,000 bond/cash.

• Tiffany M. Gonzales was arrested on Oct. 24 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for possess schedule I, II, III, IV controlled substance (first/second) and arrest on other agency warrants – Hawthorne Township Justice Court. Bail set at $2,500 bond/cash and $10,000 bond/cash.

• Steffan W. Hughes was arrested on Oct. 23 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for arrest on other agency warrants – Hawthorne Township Justice Court; sell/supply/prescribe a controlled substance, child present and possess hypodermic device. Bail set at $24,400 bond/cash.

• James C. Huston was arrested on Oct. 23 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for use/under influence schedule I, II, III, IV controlled substance and arrest for violation of probation/condition of suspension. Bail set at $2,500 bond/cash and no bail.

• Kemon D. Camp was arrested on Oct. 24 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for use/under influence schedule I, II, III, IV controlled substance and arrest on other agency warrants – Hawthorne Township Justice Court. Bail set at $14,500 bond/cash.

• Christopher M. Montoya was arrested on Oct. 25 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for aggressive driving, first offense-E/PSSZ; driver disobey peace officer; possess burglary tools; unlaw purchase/rcpt/acquire meth precursor; basic speed – 11-15 miles per hour over posted limit; obtain dangerous drug by fraud/forgery and possess schedule I, II, III, IV controlled substance (first/second). Bail set at $35,105 bond/cash.

• Damion R. Sheeks was arrested on Oct. 24 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for DUI, above the legal limit, (first). Bail set at $1,140 bond/cash.

• Ruth L. Fisher was arrested on Oct. 27 by an unknown agency for unknown charges. Unknown bail.

• Donald Yohanna was arrested on Oct. 27 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for trespass, not amounting to burglary. Bail set at $355 bond/cash.

• Alexander M. Seavey was arrested on Oct. 29 by Nevada Highway Patrol for DUI commercial vehicle, above the legal limit (second) and open alcohol container in vehicle. Bail set at $1,695 bond/cash.

• Rafaele P. Tupua was arrested on Oct. 29 by Mineral County Sheriff’s Office for DUI, above the legal limit (first). Bail set at $1,140 bond/cash.

The following were released from the Mineral County Detention Center by a judge unless otherwise noted: Kellie A. Camp (released on bond); Alexandra J. Duncan-Byer (released on recognizance); Damion R. Sheeks (released on bond); Spencer M. Eusted (released to other agency); Azideen D. Revis (released time served); James D. Becerra (released to other agency); Ruth L. Fiser (released time served) and Alexander M. Seavey (released on bond).

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