Couple arrested with multiple weapons in domestic dispute


On January 20, police responded to a Tortosa home with reports of a male subject allegedly banging on the neighbor’s door and pointing a weapon at the homeowner.

According to police documents, at 11:35 p.m., police were dispatched to West Alhambra Street where multiple parties reported a man was banging on a neighbor’s door and talking aggressively.

Dispatch also reported to responding officers that the male suspect had allegedly pointed a weapon at the homeowner.

Officers contacted the homeowner, and he stated that his ex-girlfriend Crystal K. Godinez and her boyfriend Jesse J. Heaphy arrived at the residence.

The homeowner told police that Heaphy had pointed a Taurus handgun at him, and that Godinez was carrying a firearm at one point as well.

Officers later contacted Heaphy and Godinez inside a white 2019 Chevrolet Cruze on West Greco Street.

According to police documents, Heaphy admitted to pointing his Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun and Hi-Point .45 ACP at the homeowner.

Godinez told police that she was at the residence because she was upset with the homeowner. She had her Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun, Hi-Point .45 ACP, and Taurus 9 mm inside the vehicle, which officers were able to locate inside the vehicle.

Heaphy was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and disorderly conduct, and Godinez was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct [domestic violence.] Both Heaphy and Godinez were booked into Pinal County Jail.