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PUBLIC RECORD REQUESTS-CITY OF PRESCOTT-Record(s) requesting: FISCAL RECORDS for 2007 thru2014-Pt 8a

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I am going to squeeze in "out of chronological order" for photo purpose my recent certificate:







September 20, 2021 12:30pm - Update:

My family and friends all know I just recently learned this when I called the jurisdiction court:

REV transcribed:

https://courts.yavapaiaz.gov/bagdad-yarnelljc/ - phone call recorded transcripts:

Joy A. Collura (00:00):

Today is September 20th, 2021, 9:42 in the morning. Just called my brain surgeon to find out any updates before I went and called the courts. I am calling the courts to see if there's any summons waiting for me with my name. [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (00:25):

(silence)

Phyllis (00:26):

Yarnell Justice Court, this is Phyllis, how may I help you?

Joy A. Collura (00:29):

Good morning, Phyllis, it's a few days now, so I'm callin' back to see if I'm in the court system yet.

Phyllis (00:36):

Okay, let me just ... Let me get out of this little spot where I am. All right, uh, birthday.

Joy A. Collura (00:46):

[DOB spoken]

Joy A. Collura (00:46):

(silence)

Phyllis (01:00):

Okay, and who am I speaking with?

Joy A. Collura (01:02):

Joy A. Collura.

Phyllis (01:02):

Joy?

Joy A. Collura (01:03):

Yeah.

Phyllis (01:03):

Okay. Yeah, no, I don't, I still don't see it. Now, I do have a few, but I think they're all [inaudible 00:01:13]. I've got one. Is it a, is it a written one>? Or, no, they said they may-

Joy A. Collura (01:22):

Well, uh, last week-

Phyllis (01:23):

... they may send it out, right?

Joy A. Collura (01:25):

Well, last week Lieutenant Winfrey stated that when I got here to call the deputy and then they would serve me. But then after, on September 13th at 3:00, Morgan [Hader 00:01:34][Joy added: Hayter [sic]] said they mailed it. So, I don't know if I'm supposed to call, or that's why I'm callin' you first, to see.

Phyllis (01:40):

Right. If w- we, if we mailed it, uh, it, we would have a case number here.

Joy A. Collura (01:47):

Okay.

Phyllis (01:47):

But it's for sure out of, out of Yarnell?

Joy A. Collura (01:51):

I would assume so, 'cause it's, uh, dealing with, uh, Boulder Springs, Helms, Glen Ilah section, so that would be Yarnell is what I would assume.

Phyllis (01:58):

Uh, yeah. Um, well let me just, just in case the birthday's in here incorrectly. Yeah, how do you spell your last name Joy?

Joy A. Collura (02:06):

Yeah, C-O-L-L-U-R-A.

Phyllis (02:16):

Okay. Uh, no, I don't, let's see. Oh, it won't let me open it 'cause I already have too many open. Let me just, let me close something.

Joy A. Collura (02:33):

(laughs)

Phyllis (02:34):

(laughs)

Joy A. Collura (02:35):

I'm bad on tabs too.

Phyllis (02:43):

I think it's just an order of protection that we've got in here. [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (02:45):

And that's back in, uh, 2014, '15, right?

Phyllis (02:49):

No, this one's 2021. [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (02:51):

Really?

Phyllis (02:52):

Yeah.

Joy A. Collura (02:53):

Who would have an order of protection against me? [emphasis added]

Phyllis (02:55):

Yeah, no, this in June, but it's never been served. It wouldn't be, 'cause maybe it's [inaudible 00:03:07]. It's Diane Helm? [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (03:08):

Oh, that's the one that's, uh, tryin' to get me for trespassing. So- so she tried to do an order of protection and they wouldn't serve it probably.

Phyllis (03:15):

No, it hasn't been served.

Joy A. Collura (03:18):

Oh, it hasn't, but there-

Phyllis (03:18):

So-

Joy A. Collura (03:19):

... uh, there is an actual order?

Phyllis (03:20):

But you ... Well, it ... The order was ... Oh, no, it was denied.

Joy A. Collura (03:25):

Denied, I thought so.

Phyllis (03:26):

Yeah-

Joy A. Collura (03:28):

Yeah, 'cause-

Phyllis (03:28):

... yeah-

Joy A. Collura (03:28):

... there was nothin'-

Phyllis (03:29):

... it was denied. Yeah, it was denied, so that's all we have right now.

Joy A. Collura (03:31):

Huh, that's interesting.

Phyllis (03:33):

So nothing- nothing open. So, um, you know, it's ... Unless ... Well let me check one more place. [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (03:41):

Okay.

Phyllis (03:42):

I will see if there's one sitting here that needs an officer to sign it or something. Hang on. [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (03:46):

Okay.

Joy A. Collura (03:46):

(silence)

Phyllis (05:00):

I don't see anything Joy. [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (05:01):

Wow, okay. So I just wanted to make sure. I don't want to call there and then bring it up, you know what I'm sayin'? Like, I have a lot, uh- (laughs)

Phyllis (05:07):

Oh, yeah, I understand.

Joy A. Collura (05:08):

... I have a lot of health problems-

Phyllis (05:10):

Yeah, I just, uh-

Joy A. Collura (05:10):

... and I don't need, uh, any, uh, added stuff-

Phyllis (05:12):

Yeah.

Joy A. Collura (05:12):

... (laughs) over somebody-

Phyllis (05:13):

Yeah.

Joy A. Collura (05:13):

... else's stuff.

Phyllis (05:14):

No, that's for sure. I don't know whether they changed their mind or ... Well, uh, whenever the incident happened, they have up to a year to-

Joy A. Collura (05:21):

Okay.

Phyllis (05:21):

... decide if they want to do something about it, so-

Joy A. Collura (05:23):

Well I did-

Phyllis (05:23):

... it just depends.

Joy A. Collura (05:24):

... I did give 'em over the past week more, uh, documentation, so maybe that will help them to make that decisions too, so. 'Cause I think-

Phyllis (05:33):

Yeah.

Joy A. Collura (05:33):

... when you don't have all the information at hand, the- the, and it's one-sided, then it can become, uh, yeah, like, "Oh, okay, we're just followin' through, doin' our job."

Joy A. Collura (05:42):

But I think, hopefully, that given those a-, uh, additional documents that- that, I'm not the problem, you know? So I, hopefully-

Phyllis (05:52):

Um, yeah-

Joy A. Collura (05:52):

... yeah.

Phyllis (05:52):

... yeah. Well, like I said, if we don't have anything here, there is no case. [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (05:55):

Okay.

Phyllis (05:56):

So, you know-

Joy A. Collura (05:56):

All right, cool.

Phyllis (05:57):

... maybe what you're saying is correct. I'm just letting you know that-

Joy A. Collura (06:00):

Yeah, I know.

Phyllis (06:00):

... speech.

Joy A. Collura (06:01):

Yeah.

Phyllis (06:01):

They have a year from the time of the incident to. But- but it would ... At this stage, um, it ... Uh, how long ago was this?

Joy A. Collura (06:11):

The ... Apparently ... I don't even know, that's why I've asked for the public records.

Phyllis (06:14):

Uh, you don't, you don't actually have a ticket, correct?

Joy A. Collura (06:18):

No, and that's the thing, uh, um-

Phyllis (06:19):

Oh okay.

Joy A. Collura (06:19):

... um-

Phyllis (06:20):

Yeah.

Joy A. Collura (06:20):

And, uh-

Phyllis (06:20):

So this is how, this is how that works. If they decide to do something, we get paperwork from a county attorney. Uh- uh- uh, one, uh- uh, of the officers would have to come up here and, um, sign off on it in front of the judge, you know, blah- blah- blah- blah. And then, um, it would either be served if there was any issue with the, with not being able to, like, not trusting that he would open your mail or whatever, which- [emphasis added]

Joy A. Collura (06:48):

Oh, okay.

Phyllis (06:48):

... is, uh, not gonna be the case, so then it would be sent to you registered mail.

Joy A. Collura (06:53):