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May 18, 2018 - 10:07am
Arizona Game and Fish Conducting Annual Life Jacket Exchange Program
Tomorrow the Arizona Game and Fish will be conducting their 10th annual life jacket exchange program. The lifejacket exchange will be in 3 different locations in Mohave County: In Lake Havasu City at Windsor 4, The Bullhead City Fire station #2 and in Meadview at Lake Mead plaza. People with old, worn out life jackets can swap them in for a brand new one, only while supplies last so get there early. Type 1 and type 2 lifejackets will not be accepted.

May 18, 2018 - 10:04am
Woman Surrenders to Police
The woman involved in allegedly following a vehicle around areas of bullhead, shooting a vehicle and causing damage to the vehicle is now in custody after turning herself in to police. 30 year old Kristin Schmitt surrendered to police late Wednesday night. After being interviewed, Schmitt was charged with a felony of aggravated assault. The other suspect involved, 44 year old James Marlowe still remains at large.

May 18, 2018 - 10:04am
Teen Injured After Motor Home Breaks From Tow Strap
On Tuesday a Kingman teen was seriously injured after a motorhome broke from itís strap while being towed. The motorhome collided with the 17 years olds Toyota Tacoma head on. The teen was taken to Kingman Regional Medical Center and later flows to a Las Vegas Hospital with serious injuries. The two men towing the motorhome allegedly gave the police conflicting information. As of now no arrests have been made but the pair may receive criminal charges including false reporting to the police endangerment, and unsafe towing. The investigation is still ongoing.

May 18, 2018 - 10:03am
Motorcyclist Killed and Another Injuried in Lake Havasu City Car Crash
In Lake Havasu City one motorcyclist was killed and another was left injured after a driver failed to yield making a right hand turn. It was reported a 24 driver was traveling Kiowa Blvd North and when she attempted to make a right turn she failed to yield and smashed into two motorcycles. The motorcyclists were a married couple and part time residents of Lake Havasu. One of the riders was a 60 year old woman who was pronounced dead at the scene. Her husband was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. Both victims were wearing their helmets and protective gear. The driver of the vehicle was not cited and did not seem to be impaired or speeding. The accident is still under investigation.

May 17, 2018 - 10:08am
Kingman Police Department Awarded by The Western Arizona Council of Emergency Medical Service
The Kingman Police Department has been awarded by The Western Arizona Council of Emergency Medical Service for its development and the training of officers in administering NARCAN to reverse drug overdoses. The department was recognized for being the first law enforcement agency in the state to develop the NARCAN program in the efforts to fight the increase of overdoses caused by heroin and opioids. So far the program has saved 5 lives from drug overdoses.

May 17, 2018 - 10:06am
Explosions Heard in Kingman From Pressurized Cans
Kingman residents can now put their worries to rest regarding explosions heard during the fire that took place on Snavely Ave last week. Some residents feared the explosions were the cause of illegal activities and a possible result of meth lab blowing up, an investigation determined there were no such activities that took place but rather the explosion was caused by pressurized cans. The single wide mobile caught fire last week and was completely destroyed with an estimated $18,000 in damages. No injuries were reported and the investigation continues.

May 17, 2018 - 09:51am
Parole Request Denied For 86 Year Old Murderer
A parole request has been denied in a 4 to 0 vote by the Arizona Board of Executive Clemency. 86 year old Michael Ko-Gi-ens was arrested in 1992 for shooting and killing his estranged wife Deborah Ko-Gi-ens and her new boyfriend John Brown. In 1994 he was convicted of two counts of first degree murder. Ko-Gi-ens was a well known physician in the Kingman area. He will now have to wait another year until he can get another parole hearing.

May 17, 2018 - 09:50am
Fatel Car Accident on Hwy 68 Has Left One Man Dead and Others' Injured
On Tuesday, a tragic car accident on Hwy 68 involving teenagers has left one dead, one in critical condition, and 5 others injured. The driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle about a mile and half west of Union Pass, causing the vehicle to go on the inside shoulder and striking the guard rail. The vehicle then rolled and hit another guardrail on the outside lane. 19 year old Cash Petty lost his life in the incident and another victim was flown to a Las Vegas hospital in critical condition. 5 others were taken to Western Arizona Regional Medical Center with non- life threatening injuries. The accident remains under investigation.

May 16, 2018 - 10:27am
Mohave Community College Hosts One-Day Workshop at Their Kingman Campus
Mohave Community College Kingman Campus will be holding a one-day workshop in hopes of better preparing others in an emergency situation. The workshop will include how to prepare for everyday emergency situations, disasters, and catastrophic events. The workshop takes place tomorrow from 8am to 3pm in the 800 building at the Kingman Campus. The class is $43 dollars and includes the supplies needed.

May 16, 2018 - 10:25am
Serious Injury Car Accident Leaves Elderly Woman in a Las Vegas Hospital in Serious but Stable Condition
A serious injury car accident has left a 92 year old woman in serious but stable condition in a Las Vegas Hospital. Two vehicles were involved in the accident that took place on Saturday on Harrison Street in Kingman. It was reported, the 92 year old victim slowed to make right hand turn when another vehicle came from behind and failed to slow down crashing into the victimsí vehicle causing it go off the roadway crashing into a power pole. The driver was cited for failure to control speed to avoid a collision and suffered minor burns from the airbag deployment. A 72 year old passenger in the victimized vehicle also suffered minor injuries.

May 16, 2018 - 10:23am
Temporary Felony Warrents Issued for Suspect Invovled in Weekend Weapons Offense
Police have identified two suspects involved with a weapons offense that took place over the weekend. 30 year old Kristin Schmitt of Golden Valley, and 44 year old James Marlowe are both wanted for allegedly following a vehicle throughout areas of Bullhead and at one point fired shots at the vehicle. Schmitt also allegedly used a club to smash the window of the vehicle. The victims eventually drove to the Bullhead City Police Department. One of the victims was able to identify the suspects and temporary felony warrants have been issued. They are considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Bullhead City Police Department.

May 16, 2018 - 10:21am
Kingman Intruder Enters Home and Begins Fighting with the Occupants
Around 1:30am Saturday morning, a Kingman man allegedly entered a Kingman home and began fighting with the occupants. It was reported 24 year old John Grizzell and a male occupant of the home began fighting inside the house which eventually led outside. The intruder broke away from the occupant and attempted to lock to the door with the female occupant still inside. She was able to tackle him and around that time police arrived. Refusing verbal commands the intruder was tased and seemed to unfazed by it. Police were able to restrain him and place him under arrest. Grizzell was charged with first degree trespassing, second and third degree burglary, unlawful imprisonment, resisting arrest with physical force, and robbery.