Yuma police arrested two

Yuma police made two arrests last Thursday, July 6, following an investigation after impounding a vehicle.
Yuma officers contacted a vehicle they observed with fake license plates out of Nebraska.
The driver was cited for fictitious plates and released, along with a male and female passenger. The vehicle was then towed.

Through further investigation, it was found that the driver gave a false name and his true identity was confirmed through a Nebraska agency as Kerec Gilmore. Gilmore had five felony warrants out of various counties in Nebraska.
The male passenger was identified as Dexter Idhen, who had warrants for his arrest out of Colorado.
Later that night, officers observed the suspects at the Harvest Motel, in Yuma.
Yuma Police officers, along with a Yuma County Sheriff’s Deputy, responded to the hotel and both male parties were taken into custody without further incident.
The female party had a non-extraditable warrant out of Montana and was released with no charges.
Gilmore was arrested on his Nebraska warrants and new charges from the Yuma Police Department, pertaining to the fictitious plates and providing a false name.
Idhen was arrested on his Colorado warrants.
Both were transported and released to the custody of the Logan County Jail.
As always, both suspects are to be considered innocent until proven guilty.