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WEAPONS MISCONDUCT ARREST

Publish Date:  02/27/2017  Source:  

 

On Saturday, February 25th, at about 9:45 am, Kingman Police arrested Kevee Conney Williams, 22 of Kingman on felony charges of Weapons Misconduct/Domestic Violence, and Weapons Misconduct; and two misdemeanor warrants for Failure to Appear and Contempt of Court.  At 4:50 am officers responded to a 911 call at residence in the 3600 block of Bond St. regarding a report of a subject firing a gun at another subject.  At 9:45 am a search warrant was served at the home during which time Williams was taken into custody without incident.   Williams, who was intoxicated and denied any knowledge of the incident, was arrested and booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility on his charges.

FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE ARRESTED

Publish Date:  02/23/2017  Source:  

On Tuesday, February 21st, at about 6:00 pm, Kingman Police arrested Michael Bart Brown, 38 of Kingman, on a felony warrant for Probation Violation issued out of Bannock County, Idaho; and a felony warrant for Parole Violation issued out of the Oregon State Department of Corrections.  Brown was arrested at a residence in the 2500 block of Georgia Ave. after a brief standoff with officers.  Brown had barricaded himself in a rear bedroom, however ultimately cooperated with officers and taken into custody.  Brown was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility on a Fugitive from Justice hold; which is common for out of state warrants, while awaiting extradition.

ARREST FOR BURGLARY

Publish Date:  02/23/2017  Source:  

On Sunday, February 19th, at about 1:00 am, Kingman Police arrested Thomas Andrew Mitchell, 25 of Golden Valley, on felony charges of Burglary, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; and Hayley M. Glass, on misdemeanor charges of Theft, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  Officers responded to a convenience store in the 200 block of Beale St. regarding the report of a male suspect having stolen money and cigarettes from behind the counter.  The investigation revealed that Mitchell had entered the store, walked behind the counter and access cash from a safe, while the store clerk was in another part of the store.  Mitchell is alleged to have stolen cash and a pack of cigarettes. Mitchell left in an older model red truck that was located and stopped by responding officers.  Mitchell had given the money to passenger Glass, who hid it in the glove box of the truck.  Officers located the stolen money and cigarettes in the truck, along with marijuana and the assorted drug paraphernalia.  Mitchell was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility, while Glass was issued a citation and released.

WANTED SUSPECT ARRESTED ON FRAUD CHARGES

Publish Date:  02/17/2017  Source:  

On Wednesday, February 15th, Kingman Police Detectives located and arrested Ashley Dianne Herr, 26 of Kingman, on felony charges of Fraudulent Schemes & Artifices, Theft of a Credit Card and Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card.  Herr, who admitted involvement in the offenses, was ultimately booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.  Herr, who is suspected of other similar offenses, was also booked on a felony Probation Violation warrant.  The investigation is ongoing.

ARRESTS MADE TO BURGLARY AT KINGMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL

Publish Date:  02/17/2017  Source:  

On Wednesday, February 15th, Kingman Police arrested three Kingman teens, ages 17, 16 and 14, each on a felony charge of Burglary.  Earlier in the day, it was discovered that three suspects had jumped a fence at Kingman Middle School and stole a bicycle and a scooter.  The suspects were later located in a park in the 2200 block of Andy Devine Ave, where they were taken into custody.  The investigation led investigators to a residence in the 1900 block of Airfield Ave, where a search of the home resulted in locating the stolen bicycle and scooter.  The three burglary suspects, who admitted involvement in the crime, were arrested and booked into the Mohave County Juvenile Detention Center.

ARREST FOR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

Publish Date:  02/17/2017  Source:  

On Thursday, February 16th at about 7 pm, Kingman Police arrested Wayne Charles Cook Jr., 42 of Tucson, on felony charges of Aggravated Assault, Disorderly Conduct Involving a Weapon and Resisting Arrest.  Officers had responded to a disturbance at a truck stop in the 3300 block of Andy Devine Ave. where it was reported that Cook had thrown a knife at another man in the parking lot.  Officers arrived and learned from witnesses that Cook had become involved in an argument with another truck driver during which time he is alleged to have thrown a knife, narrowly missing the victim.  Cook, who had locked himself inside of his truck, refused officers commands and had to be forcibly removed from his truck.  An officer received minor injuries. Cook, who denied involvement, was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility on his charges.  Alcohol is believed to have been a factor.

ARREST FOR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON

Publish Date:  02/13/2017  Source:  

On Saturday, February 11th, at 2:00 am, Kingman Police arrested Kolton Brian Clark, 23 of Kingman, on a felony charge of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Clark was arrested after officers responded to a disturbance at a bar in the 3600 block of Stockton Hill Rd., where it was reported that one subject pointed a gun at another subject during an argument. The investigation revealed that Clark brandished and pointed a handgun at the victim, 30 of Kingman, during an argument. Alcohol was involved. No one was hurt. Clark was arrested and booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.

ARREST FOR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

Publish Date:  02/13/2017  Source:  

On Saturday, February 11th, Kingman Police arrested Emmanuel A. Lakhan, 32 of Kingman, on a felony charge of Aggravated Assault by Domestic Violence.  Lakhan was located and arrested at his residence in the 3300 block of Armour Ave. Saturday night, where he was taken into custody for an incident earlier in the day.  The incident involved allegations that Lakhan feloniously assaulted his girlfriend.  KPD began the investigation after the victim, in this case, was brought to Kingman Regional Medical Center due to injuries suffered in the assault.  The victim, 23, was treated and released.  Lakhan was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.

ARRESTS MADE IN CONNECTIONS TO NUMEROUS VEHICLE BURGLARIES. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SOUGHT.

Publish Date:  02/09/2017  Source:  

On Thursday, February 2nd, Kingman Police Detectives arrested Stephen E. Hirst, 24, and Brigite A. Bartholomew, 23, both of Kingman, on suspicion of 30 felony counts of Vehicle Burglary; and Dakoda L. King, 22, and Michelle K. Robelli, 55 (Dakoda’s mother), on felony charges of Possession of Dangerous Drugs and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  A third suspect, Chiron T. McCall, 21, is still being sought in connection with the burglaries.

Since the beginning of the year, KPD has taken over 100 reports of Vehicle Burglary (theft from a vehicle) occurring all over the city.  Investigators developed information that Hirst, Bartholomew, and McCall were involved in a significant portion of the vehicle burglaries reported.

On Thursday, February 2nd, a search warrant was served at a home in the 2700 block of Superba Ave., where King and Robelli were taken into custody on drug charges.  Methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia was located at this residence.  King and Robelli are not being charged in connection to vehicle burglaries; however, all of the vehicle burglaries are believed to be related to illegal drug use by all suspects.

Simultaneously, KPD detectives assisted the Mohave County Probation Department with a search at a residence in the 2800 block of Wikieup Ave., where Hirst and Bartholomew were taken into custody.  Items connecting them to numerous vehicle burglaries were located and recovered.

Hirst and Bartholomew admitted to their involvement in at least 30 vehicle burglaries around the Kingman area.

Detectives recovered numerous items believed to have come from burglaries, but have not been able to locate all victims and property owners.  It is believed that many vehicle burglaries have gone unreported.  Anyone who believes they have been the victim of a vehicle burglary and did not report it, are asked to contact KPD with a description of items stolen.

Hirst, who had a felony warrant for Probation Violation, was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention on the warrant.  All of the suspects were released pending felony summons, while detectives continue the investigation.  The investigation is ongoing.

Chiron T. McCall is still being sought by investigators.  Anyone with information on McCall’s location, or any other information, is urged to contacted KPD by calling (928) 753-2191, report anonymously to Mohave Silent Witness by calling (928) 753-1234 or report tips online at kinganpolice.com by clicking on “Give A Tip”.

 

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ARRESTS MADE IN CRIMINAL DAMAGE (GRAFFITI) SPREE

Publish Date:  02/09/2017  Source:  

On Saturday, February 4th, the Kingman Police Department arrested three juveniles, ages 12, 13 and 15 on twenty misdemeanor charges of Criminal Damage – Graffiti.  On Friday, February 3rd, KPD took 20 reports of graffiti that occurred in the area along Adams St., between Lovin Ave. and Harrod Ave.  On Saturday officers identified the juvenile suspects, who admitted responsibility.  The juveniles, who lived in the neighborhood, were arrested and later released to parents.  The juvenile suspects are not believed to be part of a “gang”.  Charges have been filed through the juvenile justice system.

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