Three Arrested for Shoplifting and Drug Charges
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12 January 2018
  Officer Ferguson

PV Police were called to a shoplifting in progress.

On Tuesday, January 10, 2018 Prescott Valley Police Department was notified of a shoplifting in progress at Wal-Mart Supercenter, 3450 N. Glassford Rd, in Prescott Valley. The suspect was described as a male Hispanic wearing a black hoodie and red ball cap. The suspect left the store parking lot in a white Chevrolet Impala with Colorado license plates and traveled south on Glassford Hill Rd. 

A marked Prescott Valley Police vehicle was traveling south on Glassford Hill Rd and observed the suspect vehicle pass them with three occupants in the vehicle. The described suspect was driving the vehicle. Police followed the vehicle south on Glassford Hill Rd activating their emergency lights. The suspect vehicle crossed State Route 69 and turned west on 2nd Street. When the suspect vehicle turned north on 7th St, the officers activated their siren. The suspect vehicle continued to travel north on 7th St and turned west on 1st St. The suspect vehicle finally stopped in the parking lot of Insight Firearms Shooting Center. 

 

Upon contacting the occupants of the vehicle, officers immediately began to notice drug paraphernalia where each of the occupants was seated. While searching the vehicle, officers discovered new merchandise from Wal-Mart, Prescott Valley Home Depot and Cottonwood Home Depot.  All three suspects were arrested and transported to the Prescott Jail in Yavapai County.

26-year-old Daniel Dominguez, Jr. was booked for possession of paraphernalia and possession of a narcotic drug with the weight of .1 grams – both felonies.

32-year-old Michelle Dockins was booked on possession of paraphernalia and accomplice to shoplifting – both felonies.

26-year-old Angelo Vergas was booked on possession of paraphernalia, shoplifting, organized retail theft – all felonies; and driving on a suspended driver’s license – a misdemeanor.

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Describe specifically what you observed, including:

Who or what you saw;
When you saw it;
Where it occurred; and
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Prescott Valley Police Department can be contacted at (928) 772-9267 for non-emergencies, 911 for emergencies.  

 

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