Anyone with information about any crime in the state may call the Grand Island-Hall County Crime Stoppers, (308) 381-8822. Callers will remain anonymous.

A reward of up to $1,000 will be paid after law enforcement agencies have determined the seriousness of the crime and the usefulness of the information.

Inmate custody status can be obtained by calling the VINE hotline at (877) NE 4 VINE or by visiting www.vinelink.com. Information is available 24 hours a day.

If you see a crime happening, call the Grand Island-Hall County Emergency Center — 911.

Grand Island Police

The following felonies were reported:

— Brandy Mancinas was arrested for allegedly assaulting Baltazar Palma Ambriz Tuesday at 514 N. Walnut. The assault was witnessed by a a police officer. Mancinas’ backpack was searched and several items were located inside, including a firearm, drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine, police say. She was arrested for third-degree domestic assault, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and carrying a concealed weapon. Ambriz was arrested for an active Hall County warrant.

Hall County Sheriff

Law enforcement arrested three people on warrants in three cases. There were 14 calls for service. For more information visit www.hallcountyne.gov and click on the sheriff link.

Court report

Hall County District Court

— Eduardo Acosta, 23, Grand Island, attempt of a Class 4 felony, 12 months probation, $300 probation fee.

— Mardoqueo M. Andablo-Comacho, 25, address listed as Grand Island and Alda, had his probation revoked on five offenses. On two counts of attempt of a Class 2A felony, he was sentenced to nine months in jail with 18 months post-release supervision for each. For attempt of a Class 3 or 3A felony, the sentence is nine months in jail with 12 months post-release supervision. For third-degree domestic assault, he was sentenced to 270 days in jail. For criminal mischief totaling $0 to $500, the sentence is 90 days in jail.

Hall County Court

— Latika L. Goodwin, 32, Omaha, theft by shoplifting totaling $0 to $500, second offense, $200 fine. Also guilty of failure to appear when on bail for a misdemeanor, $50 fine.

— Andy L. Yarns, 30, Grand Island, was charged with first-degree assault of a child (subjecting a child younger than 12 to sexual penetration) on Jan. 1, 2017. Arraignment set for 1:30 p.m. Nov. 28.

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