Just two days after the release of this month’s edition of the Salina Most Wanted list, three arrests have been made.
On Monday morning, the Saline County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the arrests of Dawn Goldsmith, Jami Ingram and Justus Martinez.
Goldsmith was wanted on arrest warrants for multiple counts of felony failure to appear for possession of methamphetamine and domestic violence battery. She was arrested late Friday night.
Ingram, who was wanted for felony probation violation, felony interference with a law enforcement officer and misdemeanor interference with a law enforcement officer, was taken into custody late Saturday morning.
Martinez was also arrested late Saturday morning. He was being sought by authorities on arrest warrants for multiple counts of felony theft and one count of misdemeanor theft.
This brings the total of arrests from this month’s list to four. The Sheriff’s Office confirmed the arrest of Jacob Phillips prior to the list’s release. Phillips was wanted for felony failure to appear for possession of methamphetamine, felony of drug paraphernalia, possession of clonazepam, possession of alprazolam and criminal use of a weapon. He was arrested late Friday afternoon.
Since the inception of the Salina’s Most Wanted program in 2000, a total of 2,495 arrests have been made as a direct result of tips generated by the list. As a result of those tips, 360 rewards have been paid out.
To view the entire Most Wanted list for April, click here.