Joe Clos - Director
Gerry Delgado - Administrator
The mission of the City of Kingman Information Technology Department is to assist in the delivery of City services by managing and coordinating the use of information technology across the various City departments.
- Maintain, upgrade and replace phone, computing and networking components as needed
- Coordinate the use of common technologies between City departments
- Investigate new technological opportunities on behalf of the City
We are dedicated to delivering professional service in a courteous manner to every department at the City of Kingman and to all residents.
Dangerous Drugs, Drug Manufacturing & HAZMAT
On October 4th, 2019, detectives with the Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team (MAGNET) arrested Alexander Van Muchow, 29 of Kingman, on felony charges of Manufacturing Dangerous Drugs, Possession of Chemicals and other drug-related charges.
On October 4th, 2019, detectives with the Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team (MAGNET) arrested Alexander Van Muchow, 29 of Kingman, on felony charges of Manufacturing Dangerous Drugs, Possession of Chemicals and Equipment to Manufacture Dangerous Drugs, Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale, and Possession of Dangerous Drugs.
MAGNET detectives, with the assistance of the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Detective Division, Kingman Police Department’s EOD/HAZMAT team, Department of Homeland Security (HSI) and the United States Postal Inspector’s office executed a search warrant at an address in the 3900 block of Walleck Ranch Drive. During the execution of the search warrant Detectives located an active clandestine laboratory. The residence had equipment and chemicals to produce and manufacture Dimethyltryptamine(DMT), Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), mescaline and Psilocybin Mushrooms.
Approximately 40 pounds of raw DMT product was located inside the residence and was actively being processed at that time the search warrant was being executed, approximately 100 LSD tabs, over 1 pound of psilocybin mushrooms and well over 100 Peyote and San Pedro cacti in different stages of growth and processing. This number of drugs has a potential street value of over $3,500,000. Some of the items were already prepackaged for distribution across the country. The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) clandestine laboratory team responded with a HAZMAT cleanup crew to assist in the investigation and cleanup of the clandestine laboratory.