Riverbank Police Services deputies have been patrolling the streets and made several arrests this past week. Here are details on a few of those calls for service.
Deputies were dispatched to the Kohl’s in Crossroads on the report of a subject acting strangely inside of the business on the evening of Saturday, Jan. 9. Deputies contacted a 25-year-old woman on scene and determined she was intoxicated to the point that she was unable to care for her own safety. She was arrested for public intoxication.
During the afternoon, on Friday, Jan. 8, deputies attempted to stop a woman identified as Brenda Rodriguez, 32, near Stanislaus and Third streets as she was actively wanted by parole for a parole violation. Rodriguez fled on foot and deputies gave chase. She was apprehended a short distance away and placed under arrest.
On the morning of Jan. 7, deputies were dispatched to an open field near Van Dusen Avenue and Claus Road regarding a firearm that was found. The firearm is not in the system as stolen; RPS is actively trying to identify the owner.
During the afternoon on Thursday, deputies attempted to stop a subject identified as Kristian Ayala, 23, in the Crossroads as he had active warrants, illegal drugs and paraphernalia. Ayala fled on foot from deputies and a short chase ensued. He was taken into custody shortly after a brief chase.
Deputies were dispatched to Arizona Street on the report of a family dispute on Wednesday, Jan. 6 in the afternoon. Deputies arrested a juvenile for battery and possession of brass knuckles.
On Tuesday, Jan. 5 in the afternoon, deputies were dispatched to Man-O-War Court on the report of a subject acting suspiciously. As deputies arrived, they contacted a man who appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance. As deputies tried to detain the subject a struggle ensued, and it took deputies several minutes to gain control of him. The man was arrested for being under the influence and resisting arrest.