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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - LEVEL 2

Gabriel Barrios Levle 2 Sex Offender

Name: Gabriel Barrios

Comments: In 2007, offender was convicted of attempted sexual conduct with a minor.  35 year old offender engaged in sexual relations with a 15 year old female known to him.

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Security Tips for the Holidays

Are you heading out of town for Christmas, or maybe even New Years? If you are, here are a few things to consider.

1) Do not post on social sites when you are leaving or how long you will be gone. If you must or have posted about leaving town already put a posting saying thank you "someone" for watching and staying at our home while we are gone.

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Scammers use Affordable Care Act to fool victims

Open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act begins on Oct. 1 and at the new health insurance marketplaces, call centers are open to help consumers understand what the act means for them.

However, criminals, scammers and con artists are going to work, calling victims and posing as a government representative so they can rip you off.

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SCAM: Individual Demanding Money and Claiming to be a Lieutenant with the Yuma or Pinal County Sheriff’s Office

Over the weekend, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received multiple reports of an individual that was contacting residents by phone claiming to be with the Yuma or Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. He stated he was a lieutenant and threatened to arrest them for a jury summons or warrant.

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Sex Offender Registration in Queen Creek

Erik Gomez SantiagoErik Gomez Santiago was convicted in 2010, after taking a please, for the attempted kidnapping and attempted sexual assualt of a teenage female friend.  He picked her up with another co-defendent and took her back to the co-defendents home where she was sexually assualted by both men.

Erik Gomez Santiago is a 17 year old hispanic male.  He is 5 feet tall, weighs 120lb with brown hair and brown eyes.  His new registered residence is 34132 N Bell Road Queen Creek, AZ 85142

He has tattoo of 3 dots on his left hand and a tattoo of a cross on a finger on his left hand.

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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - Younger

Name:  Younger, Ronnie Alan

In 1998, Ronnie Younger was convicted of Molestation of a Child.  His victim was a four (4) year old female previously known to him.  In 1999, Younger was convicted of Failure to Register as a Sex Offender.

Residence: 39231 N Luke Circle San Tan Valley, AZ 85140

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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - LEVEL 3 - Hansen

Christy Scott Hansen Level 3 Sex Offender

Name: Christy Scott Hansen

Offense: Convicted in 1998 for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender.  Convicted in 2000 for failure to registre as a sex offender.  Convicted in 1987 for Rape in the second degree on a 25 year old female stranger.

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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - LEVEL 3 - Doster

Gary J Doster Level 3 Sex Offender

Name: Gary J Doster

Offense: Offender was convicted of Indecent Exposure in 2013.  Offender exposed his genitals to multiple adult and juvenile victims at a public pool,

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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - LEVEL 2 - Tillery

Michael Dwayne Tillery Level 2 Sex Offender

Name: Michael Dwayne Tillery

Offense: In 1995, 19 year old offender was convicted of sexual conduct with a minor after he had sexual intercourse with a 13 year old female.

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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - LEVEL 2 - Shagawa

Shagawa Level 2 Sex Offender

Name: Andriya Musas Shagawa

Comments: In 2001, 27 year old male offender engaged in sexual activity with a 14 year old female acquaintance.

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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - LEVEL 2 - Mondragon

Daymn Pete Mondragon Level 2 Sex Offender

Name: Daymn Pete Mondragon

Comments: In 2013, offender accepted a plea agreement and was convicted of Lewdness involving a child in Utah.  Offender engaged in sexual acts with a 10 year old female acquaintance.

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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - LEVEL 2 - Hulsey

Jason Ray Hulsey Level 2 Sex Offender

Name:  Jason Ray Hulsey

Comments: In 2010, Offender was convicted in Mesa County Colorado of Sexual Assault - 10 year age difference.  Offender engaged in sexual activities with 16 year old female acquaintance.

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Sex Offender Notification - San Tan Valley - LEVEL 2 - Hart

Alexander Hunt Level 2 Sex Offender

Name:  Alexander Hart

Comments: In 2012, Mr Hart accepted a plea agreement to Child Abuse after engaging in sexual acts with a 14 year old female acquaintance.

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Sun Safety for Your Baby

Sun Safety for Your BabyDid you know? It can take only 15 minutes of exposure to the sun for your baby's delicate skin to get a burn. Here are five tips for keeping your baby safe. Learn more.


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Student Approached by Stranger in White Van

Hello parents.

This message is being sent on behalf of the Magma Ranch Administrative Team.

Late yesterday afternoon the Team was advised that, while on the way to the bus stop before school, a student was approached by a stranger in a white van.

It was reported that this happened on N Muscovite Drive in the Bella Vista South neighborhood.

Mrs. Hendry notified the District Office, the Transportation Department, the Bus Driver and the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.

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Stop Vehicle Theft in It's Tracks

According to the FBI’s 2012 Uniform Crime Report, there were 19,158 stolen vehicles in Arizona. The Arizona Automobile Theft Authority (AATA) recommends “Layered Protection” to prevent auto thefts. If a thief has to work hard to get your car, that may prevent it from being stolen.

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SRP impersonator scamming AZ businesses out of money

A man pretending to be a Salt River Project (SRP) employee is trying to scam businesses in Arizona, according to police.

The Chandler Police Department said the man is calling businesses, saying he's from SRP and telling them their power bill is past due.

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Smoke alarms keeping you up at night?

The cooler weather is often a much-needed relief from the typical Arizona summer, but with the changing temperatures comes, a spike in Smoke Alarm Assistance calls for fire departments everywhere. As the temperatures drop and residents start to open their windows for the first time in months or turn on their heaters, smoke alarms pickup particles of dust as smoke and can activate. The fire department is often called out to homes were residents have changed the batteries in the smoke alarms and yet they are still chirping or going off.

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Shoppers: Be Alert to Thieves!

One of artist Paul Landau’s specialties is his photographic capture of hummingbirds.

One evening recently, I received a most upsetting phone call. My wife was calling me on her cell phone to inform me that while she was shopping in a local store, someone had stolen her wallet containing some cash, credit cards, driver’s license, debit card and the usual out of her purse. (Fortunately, she does not carry her social security card in her possession). She was understandably very distraught, had informed the store management and was at the police station in the process of filing a police report.

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Think Before You Shop: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle During Holidays

Americans produce 25 percent more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day than they do at all other times of the year. Much of that waste is the direct result of holiday festivities. Items such as gift wrap, shipping materials and packaging, holiday cards, and disposable dinnerware from holiday parties all end up in landfills. The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG), in cooperation with its Solid Waste Advisory Committee and the Valleywide Recycling Partnership, has produced a series of short educational videos designed to inform residents how to reduce holiday trash. The videos are being released just in time for “America Recycles Day” Nov. 15 (the Town will be hosting a Nov. 16 event) and in time for the holiday season.

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