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JULY 10, 2013 SUPERIOR SUN, SUPERIOR, ARIZONA PAGE 5 n to sw m Put your Hawaiian shirt Senior High School Multi their students. In addition event will need to visit on and join the Superior Purpose room. The luauto the prevention and each of the prevention and Substance Abuse Coalition themed event will begin education booths thereeducation booths in order for the 7th Annual Back at noon and will be open will be raffle drawings, to receive a backpack To School Win to Swim until 4 p.m. Parents and music, free food and limbo filled with school supplies. event this Friday, July guardians are encouraged contests. Those students who visit 12 at the Superior Junior to attend the event with Students who attend the each booth will also receive a free pool pass. of Coolidge, the Town This year the event has of Superior, the Pinal been funded primarily County Sheriff's Office, by the Cenpatico Resolution Copper, the Reinvestment Grant Superior Unified School and is co-sponsored by District and the Superior the United Dance Crew Optimist Club. According to state are listed. All damageJune 28 zero block of Lobb. law, police may arrest amounts are estimates.Child abuse was reported Calls not listed include suspected offenders by Items are given to to police at the Main St. 16 traffic stops, four two methods. The suspect The Superior Sun by station, disturbances, three alarm may be physically taken the Superior Police June 29 drops, two information into the department Department and reflectJennifer Armenta, 30, reports, three agency and booked into jail, information available Superior, was arrestedassists, five suspicious or the arresting officer at the time the report is on three warrant issued activity reports, three may write a citation and compiled, out of Superior. She was animal complaints, five release the suspect to June 26 also charged with two welfare checks, two citizen appear in court later. All Burglary was reported in counts of possession of assists, one fire call, two suspects are presumed the 300 block of Crowe. drug paraphernalia andcivil matters, one medical innocent until proven June 27 possession of dangerous call and one traffic hazard. guilty in a court of law. Theft was reported in the drugs. Citizens are reminded Only criminal citations 200 block of Sunset. 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