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Police calls for Friday, April 10, 2022

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This report contains information available to the Empire from law enforcement and public safety agencies.

Driving while intoxicated

At 1:57 a.m. on Friday, 28-year-old Joel Antonio Huerta was arrested for driving while intoxicated. He was taken to Lemon Creek Correctional Center, and the vehicle he was driving was impounded.

Found property

At 4:45 p.m. Thursday, a cellphone found on Egan Drive was placed in safekeeping.

Lost Property

At 2:19 p.m. on Thursday, a Trek bicycle inside a bicycle bag was reported lost.


At 1:47 p.m. Thursday, a 42-year-old man reported a 70-year-old man trespassing at a business in the 9100 block of Mendenhall Mall Road.

Violating conditions of release

At 8:26 p.m. on Thursday, 36-year-old Jeffrey Charles Garrison was arrested for violating conditions of release in the 600 block of Willoughby Avenue. Garrison was taken to LCCC.

Warrant arrest

At 10:38 a.m. Thursday, 43-year-old Yvonne Christina Rider was arrested in the 1900 block of Allen Court for failure to remand to Lemon Creek Correctional Center. Rider was taken to LCCC.

At 12:28 p.m. Thursday, Rachell Jessica Lawrence was arrested in the 8600 block of Teal Street on a Juneau Police Department warrant for failure to appear for larceny. Lawrence was taken to LCCC.

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