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A Mother And Son Get Into An Argument And Break Glass Plates All Over The Apartment


6/15/24


| Vernal, Ut. | June 13th, 2024 |


Officer Nielsen with the Vernal City Police Department was dispatched to a report of a domestic incident at the Twin Cedar Apartment complex, located at 295 North 120 West, Vernal, Utah.


When the officer arrived, he started walking up to the apartment door when he saw a male crossing the street. Officer Nielsen had Officer Maughan stop to see where the male was coming from. The male said he had just left the apartment complex.


Officer Nielsen proceeded to the vehicle and spoke to a female sitting inside. She was identified as 40-year-old Loni June Nephi.


Loni stated she just wanted a cigarette when Officer Nielsen repeatedly asked her what had happened inside the apartment. Loni said she wasn't inside the apartment and only wanted to smoke so she could go back inside.


When Loni was asked what apartment she lived in, she said she didn't know and wouldn't ever say which apartment was hers. Officer Nielsen could smell the odor of alcohol coming from Loni's person and asked her multiple times how much she had to drink, with no reply. While speaking with Loni, the officer never saw any marks or indications that she had been assaulted.


Corporal Oldham told Officer Nielsen he had been in the apartment with the other party, and it was apparent that an argument had occurred between Loni and her son. There were glass plates broken throughout the apartment. Blood was seen on the ground of the apartment that Loni's son had stated was his from him grabbing a glass plate.


The son was identified as 18-year-old Alaric Pasecho, who told Officer Maughan that his mom and him had gotten into an argument inside the apartment, but neither of them had touched each other.


Alaric took Officer Maughan and Corporal Oldham inside the residence. Inside the apartment, the officers observed multiple glass plates broken along with small amounts of blood. Alaric had told officers it was his blood from grabbing a plate and showed them his injury.


Corporal Oldham stated that what had happened inside the apartment would have disturbed the neighbors, which would have caused such an alarm to call the police. It was determined that Alaric had committed disorderly conduct by causing a public annoyance or alarm by breaking plates and screaming.


Officer Nielsen determined that Loni was intoxicated to the level that she was a danger to herself or others because she did not know which apartment was hers and was walking outside to her vehicle across the street. It was also determined that Loni was interfering with the arresting officer by not telling him or other officers she was indeed inside arguing and throwing plates, causing a disturbance to the neighbors. Loni was hindering the investigation by laughing and not answering simple questions she was asked.


Officer Nielsen wrote Aleric a citation, and when the officer returned to the apartment to give Aleric a copy of his citation, he began to change his story to pushing his mother. The officer told Aleric that his mom wouldn’t say if anything happened.


Officer Nielsen never saw any physical marks on his mother. When this was mentioned to Aleric, he began to get agitated and yell. He was told to stop, and Aleric took the citation and threw it. The officer started to leave the apartment when Aleric stood up, pushed the TV off the stand, and started yelling.


Officer Nielsen determined that Aleric would be handcuffed and taken to the patrol vehicle.


Aleric was transported to Uintah County Jail and booked in on Disorderly Conduct after being asked to stop and Interference with a peace officer.


Loni June Nephi may post bail in the amount of $1,490.00.


Alaric Pasecho may post bail in the amount of $1,040.00.


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