Mans Warrant Revealed When Officers Attempt To Return Found Wallet

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On Wednesday February 10th at approximately 1:30 PM Daniel Dominguez, 27, out of Lake Havasu City was arrested at his home on Hidden Valley Drive for a valid Misdemeanor Warrant issued that same day by Judge Davis out of Lake Havasu City Courts in a DUI case after officers responded to the residence to provide Dominguez his wallet which was found and turned in at the post office. The warrant was confirmed by dispatch. Dominguez was transported to the court at 2001 College Drive where he was seen by Judge Jill Davis, who ordered him to redo his contract with the court regarding his fines and was ordered to pay $100.

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