KIMBALL -- The Kimball County Sheriff’s Office made three arrests June 21 and 22. 

On June 22, a deputy observed a vehicle swerve around three cars and go through a red light at a high speed then turn down another street and run a stop sign. The deputy flashed his lights to pull the vehicle over. Upon making contact with the driver Patrick Nesvadba, 51, of Sidney, Nesvadba stated he was running from the cartel.  

Nesvadba was arrested for possession of a deadly weapon by a felon and reckless driving. He is still in custody, and his bond is set at $25,000. The Kimball Police Department assisted with the arrest. 

On June 21, a deputy clocked a vehicle traveling 95 mph in a 75-mph zone. He conducted a traffic stop, where he issued Dmytro Dolinko, 43, of Florida a citation. Dolinko refused to sign the citation, which is state law that the citizen must sign. 

When the officer explained to Dolinko that it is not an admission of guilt but an acknowledgement that the citation was received, he still refused to sign.  

Dolinko was arrested for refusal to sign the citation after being asked multiple times. He has since bonded out. 

The Kimball County Sheriff’s Office arrested Ezmaralda Garza, 27, of Scottsbluff June 21 with a warrant from Scottsbluff for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, DUI, and driving under a suspended license. 

She was then transferred to the custody of Scottsbluff. 

The Kimball Sheriff’s Department says all subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.