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July 15, 2020 - 10:58am
Peach Springs Women Charged in Girlfriends Death
34 year old Leanne Watahomigie of Peach Springs was arrested for suspicion of second-degree homicide. Kingman Police responded to an unresponsive female victim in the 3300 block of E. Andy Devine Ave. Officers began CPR prior to paramedics arrival where the victim was pronounced dead. The victim had been identified as 38 year old Nellita Smith. According to reports Smiths injuries were consistent with blunt force trauma. It appeared that Smith and Watahomigie were in a romantic partnership and had been arguing prior to the incident.

July 15, 2020 - 10:56am
14 Year Old Dies in SARA Park
A 14-year old girl has died after suffering from a heatstroke while hiking in SARA Park in Lake Havasu City. The girl had been hiking with a group of family members for about three hours when she was unable to continue and paramedics were called. She was treated at the scene before being transported to a local hospital. According to Lake Havasu Officials the young girl did not survive. Local Fire Department would like to remind everyone that it is important to start early, carry plenty of water, know the area you are hiking, advise others of your plan, carry a charged cell phone, and know your limits while hiking during the summer months. Hiking in extreme heat advisories is not recommended.

July 14, 2020 - 10:57am
CRUHSD to Start School Year on Schedule
Colorado River Union High School District has opt to keep their original start date of July 29 for the 20-21 school year. Teachers are ready to start online intrusions; they’ve prepared four weeks of online lessons so far. The idea of a hybrid plan is to ensure that the school years progress schedules can be modified to accommodate the educational needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most parents, teachers, and students are willing to begin the school year online this month and wait to see whether it is feasible for students to return to campus in mid-August.

July 14, 2020 - 10:56am
Life in Prison for Women Who Mudered Her Mother
Mohave County Superior Court Judge has sentenced 24 year old Carrie Vanover to life in prison. Vanover and co-defendant 32 year old Mark Baldonado murdered Vanover mother in April 2019. The dispute evolved after Vanover mother threatened to take custody of their unborn child. The defendants planned to use pills to sedate the mother, making her easier to kill. However, when that did not work Baldonado used a hammer to repeatedly strike her in the head. When the hammer did not work as well Baldonado retrieved a .38 caliber and shot her twice in the face and chest. Both defendants must remain in prison for at least 25 years before the possibility of parole.

July 13, 2020 - 10:44am
Almost 2 Pounds of Hero Found in Drug Bust
Detectives with the Bullhead City Police Department assigned to the Arizona State Gang Task Force served a search warrant in Bullhead City with the assistance of BHCPD, Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team, DPS, Criminal Targeting Unit and Mohave County Sheriff’s Office. The warrant was issued to a local business, Cactus Skate Shop located in the 1300 block of Hancock Road. During the search detectives seized 1.75 pounds of heroin with a street value of over $80,000 along with $9,000 in cash. Detectives arrested 46 year old Johnny Angelo who was charged with possession of Narcotic Drugs for sale.

July 13, 2020 - 10:43am
Nevada Bars to Glose Once Again
Nevada's governor orders bars to close again. Bars that do not serve food will close their doors and end counter service. Restaurants will also need to stop serving parties of six or more. The governor stated that the move to close bars was due to the lack of compliance. Compliance monitors conducted over 1,500 observations of businesses since Nevada’s mask mandate and found that only 79% of bars were following the guidelines. For most the Covid-19 virus only causes mild or moderate symptoms, however for older adults and immune compromised individuals it can cause pneumonia and even death.

July 10, 2020 - 11:11am
CRUHSD Holding Meeting Saturday
The Colorado River Union High School District governing board will be holding a meeting Saturday morning at 9 a.m. at the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse, so that local stakeholders can share ideas about the High Schools reopening. Social distancing will be implemented as well as the cities guidelines regarding masks in public. The meeting will focus on short and long term goals for CRUHSD, campus reopening, potential calendar changes, and other opening options.

July 10, 2020 - 11:10am
Excessive Heat Warning
The Nation Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch with temperatures expected to reach over 115 degree in Bullhead City. The extreme head will increase the potential for heat-related illnesses especially those working or participating outdoors. Young children and pets should never be left unattended in a vehicle under any circumstances. Heat exhaustion can cause one to faint, become dizzy, clammy, and swat excessively. Heat stoke causes ones to have throbbing headache, no sweating, body temp above 103, skin to be red hot and dry. Both illnesses can cause nausea or vomiting and rapid pulse.

July 08, 2020 - 09:10am
MCSO Seeking Information on Missing Kingman Man
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public assistance in located a missing Kingman Man. 47 year old Lance Bush was last seen around 1pm on Saturday July 4th along Black Rock Road on the Arizona Strip. We was last seen wearing cargo shorts and a tank top. He is described as 5 feet 4 inches weighing about 160 pounds with long black hair, in a pony tail, and a mustache. Anyone with information on his possible whereabouts is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office.

July 08, 2020 - 09:03am
Authorities Release Identity of Man Who Lost His Life in Vehicle Collision
The victim of the July 2nd traffic fatality, in Mohave Valley, has been identified by as 36 year old Terry Wyatt Jr of Needles, California. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Wyatt was northbound in his vehicle when he was struck head on by a truck who crossed the center at a high rate of speed and crossed the center line of the hwy. The accident was reported around 8:30am. The other driver was flown to a Las Vegas hospital for life threatening injuries. Wyatt was pronounced deceased at the scene.

July 08, 2020 - 09:02am
Fort Mohave Man Indicted on First Degree Murder Charge
A Fort Mohave man was indicted last week after allegedly fatally shooting his wife. 56 year old Keven Olejniczak was indicted on first degree murder by domestic violence by the Mohave County Grand Jury. Deputies were called to the Fort Mohave home of Olegniczak and his wife, Angela where she was found deceased with multiple gunshot wounds. After deputies learned that he shot his wife several times during an argument, Olejniczak was arrested and taken into custody. (A first degree murder conviction can result in a natural life in prison sentence or life in prison with parole possibility after 25 years served).

July 08, 2020 - 09:01am
ADOT Announces Plans to Install a Right-turn Lane on Hwy 95 in Bullhead City
To reduce traffic backups and improve safety conditions at the intersection of Hwy 95 and Marina Blvd, ADOT has announced plans to install a right-turn lane in the southbound lane of Hwy 95. The construction will mainly occur along the roadway shoulders with no daytime lane closures planned. Lane closures will be limited to nighttime hours however reduced speeds in the construction zone will be enforced. The project is expected to begin in this winter and should take about 3 months to complete. (Comments or concerns about the project should be submitted to ADOT by August 3rd).