APD arrest 4 people on north Bolton

Around noon Monday, members of the Amarillo Police Department Proactive Criminal Enforcement Unit (PACE) located a stolen vehicle parked at a residence in the 3300 block of north Bolton Street.

The officers saw three subjects walk away from the vehicle and into a residence. Officers made contact with a Jocelyn Hockaday, 25-year-old female, and Jose Tarin Ballin, 57-year-old-male, who both came outside. Jose Galvan, 41-year-old male, eventually exited the residence and at the same time, Jaime Cuellar Grado, 34-year-old male, jumped out of a window and fled on foot. Grado was caught a short distance from the residence and detained. 

Grado was found to have a felony warrant for Theft of Materials. He was arrested for his warrant, Unauthorized use of a Vehicle and for Evading Arrest/Detention with a Previous Conviction and booked into the Potter County Detention Center. 

Jose Ballin was charged with Tampering with Evidence with Intent to Impair and booked into the Potter County Detention Center. 

Jose Galvan was found to have three local municipal warrants and Jocelyn Hockaday was found to have one local municipal warrant. They were both booked into the Randall County Jail. 

Officers also located methamphetamine at the scene. The investigation is ongoing.

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