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Police report

The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department.

AREA 1

400 block of West Windsor Road

Meliton Villamor, 23, was arrested Sept. 30 on suspicion of possessing a firearm with narcotics and methamphetamine and marijuana for sale.

South Glendale Avenue and East Maple Street

Joshua Brooks, 24, was arrested Oct. 1 on suspicion of unlawful display of evidence of car registration.

100 block of North Brand Boulevard

Annalisa Contreras, 39, was arrested Oct. 1 on suspicion of identity theft, burglary, petty theft and false identification to a police officer.

South Glendale Avenue and East Colorado Street

Jesus Rodriguez, 47, was arrested Oct. 1 on suspicion of domestic battery.

100 block of North Isabel Street

Jeffrey Freeman, 39, was arrested Oct. 1 on suspicion of possessing obscene material of a minor in a sexual act.

AREA 2

1300 block of West Glenoaks Boulevard

Keandray Jamerson, 26, was arrested Sept. 30 on suspicion of possessing marijuana.

Kittren Murphy, 21, was arrested Sept. 30 on a warrant for failing to appear in court or pay a fine, and petty theft.

1600 block of Rancho Avenue

Anthony Ortega, 59, was arrested Oct. 2 on suspicion of resisting arrest and possessing a controlled substance.

1300 block of West Glenoaks Boulevard

John Lemons, 41, was arrested Oct. 3 on suspicion of spousal assault.

AREA 3

900 block of Geneva Street

Everett Ellis, 30, was arrested Oct. 1 on a warrant for evading a public transportation fare.

1900 block of Deermont Road

Nicolas Sardo, 35, was arrested Oct. 1 on suspicion of resisting arrest and assault with a deadly weapon.

AREA 4

2700 block of Fairmount Avenue

Lorenzo Mitre, 53, was arrested Sept. 30 on suspicion of burglary and a warrant for driving on a suspended or revoked driver's license.

3600 block of Foothill Boulevard

Mario Argueta, 27, was arrested Oct. 3 on suspicion of being drunk in public.

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