The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office is notifying the public of a level two sex offender living in Williams.
Christopher Lloyd Blackburn was convicted of sexual conduct with a minor in April 2007. The victim was a 15-year-old girl in Navajo County. He was also convicted for failure to register as a sex offender in 2009.
He currently lives at 7300 N. Hopi St.
The information is provided to alert the public of sexual offenders in the area. Harassment of sex offenders will not be tolerated.
Flagstaff police responded to a vehicle on fire Thursday in the 3700 block of South Yaqui Drive.
The vehicle's front seats were on fire with the blaze growing bigger.
When the Flagstaff Fire Department put out the fire they found a cigarette butt.
Police forwarded the investigation to detectives.
A woman was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, giving a false report to police and resisting arrest by engaging in passive resistance on Thursday after she ignored repeated requests to stop sleeping near the Walmart on East Huntington Drive.
When the woman was approached she gave a false name to police and began to run away, stating that she did not do anything wrong. As she was arrested, the woman tried to pull away from police.
Police searched the woman’s backpack and found burnt tinfoil and a plastic bag with meth residue.
The woman was identified as Loretta Lesko.
A woman was arrested on Thursday for assaulting a law enforcement officer after police caught her and another man attempting to have sexual relations in the woods near the Walmart on East Huntington Drive.
Police noted that the woman was very intoxicated and that the man she was with has multiple outstanding warrants.
When police tried to arrest the man, the woman hit the officer which led to her arrest.
The woman was identified as Christina Lewis.
City and county residents who want to report a crime but wish to remain anonymous may call Silent Witness at 774-6111 or (877) 29-CRIME, submit a tip online at www.coconinosilentwitness.org, or text the word “Flagtip” along with your information to 274637 (CRIMES). Rewards of up to $2,000 are given for information that leads to an arrest.