Drug dealing, and the problems associated with it are, unfortunately, something that is not new to the Page, Arizona area. Recently however, a large number of arrests by the Page Police Department at Canyon Lake Apartments has managed to put a small dent in the issue.
According to one of the residents within the complex, this has been an ongoing issue for some time. There have been arrests in the past, she let us know, but that has hardly made any significant change to nightly and daily activities.
This particular apartment complex is geared more for the retirement community, and at all hours of the night there were always large volumes of high speed traffic, and loud music from those vehicles even late into the night.
There is a bit of relief now due to the diligence of the Page PD, however several residents are still concerned that the problem is more systematic in nature, and may not yet have been fully resolved. These same residents are concerned that there could be a possible escalation of activities, including possible violence, as they do not believe the issue has been completely resolved.
LPNN would like to thank the Page Police Department for their service, and for the recent work that helped this part of our community. Below Is the list of the arrests made here at the Canyon Lake Apartments over the last couple of weeks. Please give a shout out to the Page Police Department for their hard work, and service.
Recent Arrests at Canyon Lake Apartments
PAGE, AZ (July 7, 2017):
On June 29, 2017 at 45 4th Ave., Canyon Lake Apartments, 42-year-old Jerome CLITSO of Page was arrested for DUI, 37-year-old Pete DIAZ of Page was arrested for a warrant, 40-year-old Leland TOM of Page was arrested for a warrant, and 34-year-old Letisha BEGAY of Page was arrested for a warrant, promoting prison contraband, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
On July 5, 2017 at Canyon Lake Apartments, 38-year-old Sharlene TODAKOZIE of Page was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, 59-year-old Michael GILL of Page was arrested for facilitation of dangerous drug possession, and 25-year-old Viola THOMPSON of Kaibeto was arrested for a warrant.
The charges referenced herein are merely accusations and all individuals are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.