Arrests

SWEETWATER COUNTY — The following arrests were reported:

ROCK SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT:

Brannon Christopher Graham

Brannon Christopher Graham

Brannon Christopher Graham, 45, of Los Angeles, California was arrested Nov. 7 for alleged failure to provide proof of liability coverage; expired or improper vehicle registration; speeding; driving with a license that is canceled, suspended, or revoked, second offense; and driving while under the influence of alcohol, second offense within ten years.

Angela Susan Boyer

Angela Susan Boyer

Angela Susan Boyer, 39, of Rock Springs was arrested Nov. 7 for allegedly driving while under the influence, incapable of safe driving, combo, first offense; failing to maintain a single lane while driving on the roadway; possessing an open container in the streets.

Randi Michelle Merrill

Randi Michelle Merrill

Randi Michelle Merrill, 32, of Rock Springs was arrested Nov. 7 for allegedly driving while under the influence of alcohol, first offense; failing to provide proof of liability coverage as the driver; and failure to use proper turning movements and signals safely resulting in a crash.

Roger Allen Greenfield

Roger Allen Greenfield

Roger Allen Greenfield, 54, of Rock Springs was arrested Nov. 7 on a warrant for alleged theft, less than $1,000.

SWEETWATER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE:

Joan Manuel Ortiz Conteno

Joan Manuel Ortiz Conteno

Joan Manuel Ortiz Conteno, 31, of Mount Dora, Florida was arrested Nov. 7 for alleged manufacture or delivery of Schedule I, II, or III drugs; possession of schedule I, II, or III drugs, more than three ounces, 3/10 gram, three grams, or 5/10 gram respective; attempts and conspiracies; exceeding 75 mph on the interstate (6+ mph over); and driving with a license that is canceled, suspended, or revoked, first offense.

Jovanny Zacarias Barrios

Jovanny Zacarias Barrios

Jovanny Zacarias Barrios, 31, of Fresno, California was arrested Nov. 7 for alleged manufacture or delivery of Schedule I, II, or III drugs; possession of schedule I, II, or III drugs, more than three ounces, 3/10 gram, three grams, or 5/10 gram respective; and attempts and conspiracies.

WYOMING HIGHWAY PATROL:

Dawn Marie Militello

Dawn Marie Militello

Dawn Marie Militello, 52, of Mohave Valley, Arizona was arrested Nov. 7 for alleged possession of a controlled substance in powder or crystalline form, less than three grams, first offense; possession of Schedule I or II drugs, more than three ounces, 3/10 gram, three grams, or 5/10 gram respective; and possession of a controlled substance in plant form, less than three ounces, first offense.

Christina Ann Stevens Conduff

Christina Ann Stevens Conduff

Christina Ann Stevens Conduff, 54, of Atwood, California was arrested Nov. 7 for allegedly driving with a license that is canceled, suspended, or revoked, first offense; and using or being under the control of a controlled substance.

Justine Rene Blanton

Justine Rene Blanton

Justine Rene Blanton, 49, was arrested Nov. 7 for alleged possession of Schedule I, II, or III drugs, more than three ounces, 3/10 gram, three grams, or 5/10 gram respective; possession of Schedule I or II drugs, more than three ounces, 3/10 gram, three grams, or 5/10 gram respective; possession of a controlled substance in liquid form, less than 3/10 gram, first offense; possession of a controlled substance in pill or capsule form, more than three grams; and driving with a license that is canceled, suspended, or revoked, first offense.

For a complete jail roster, click on "Jail Roster" under the "Records" tab at www.rocketminer.com.

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