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September 28, 2020 - 10:43am
Arizona Declared Open by Gov. Ducey
Arizona Governor has declared that Arizona is Open. Governor Doug Ducey has stated that he will not order business to re-close or impose new restrictions even if the states COVID numbers return to “substantial”. Statewide, the rate of infections is below 100 per 100,000 residents and even the percentages of tests that are coming back positive are below 5%. The governor believes he will not have to close business down again since the situation is different, even if the numbers may not show it.

September 28, 2020 - 10:22am
Guilty Plea for BHC Resident Who Killed His Mother
Bullhead City resident 45-year old Travers Proulx pleaded guilty to second degree murder of his mother. Under the plea agreement he could be sentenced 16 to 25 years in prison. Proulx stabbed his mother, Bette Vaughn, several times as she sat at her kitchen table on August 11th 2019. According to Proulx attorney his client was under the influence of methamphetamine and believed that his mother hurt his daughter. An autopsy showed that Vaughn was stabbed multiple times in the back and chest. A superior Court Judge will sentence Proulx on October 29.

September 25, 2020 - 11:33am
Schools Opening-Keep Children Safe
Schools will be returning back to in person session next week. Many police departments want to remind parents and drivers to keep the safety of children in mind. Drivers are asked to watch carefully for pedestrians and children on bikes. Schools speeds zones will be heavily enforced and remember to be patient when following school buses. Vehicles traveling in both directions must come to a complete stop for school buses that are displaying flashing lights and an extended stop sign.

September 25, 2020 - 11:31am
LHC Burglary Suspect Arrested
A Lake Havasu burglary suspect has been arrested. 41-year old Michael Brothers has been arrested for the several residential burglaries that have occurred in the Lake Havasu area over the past month. Brothers would force his way into residences and structures and remove items of value belonging to the home or building owners. Brothers had previous burglary arrest from 2009, 2012, and 2015. In March of this year Brothers was released from prison and put on parole. Brothers has been charged with multiple offenses and will remain in custody on a $100,000 bond.

September 24, 2020 - 10:40am
Peach Springs Man Arraigned in Kidnapping Incident
37 year old Allijah Lee was arraigned and pleaded not guilty to charges of kidnapping and assault. Lee was arrest in early August when he allegedly assaulted a minor in a bathroom at the London Bridge Beach in Lake Havasu. According to police Lee was involved in another incident at Bridgewater Channel shortly prior to the incident in the bathroom. Lee was also arrested by Kingman police in 2016 attempting to photograph a man underneath a restroom stall. Lee is scheduled to appear in Mohave Superior court October 21 for a pre-trial conference. Lee is currently free from custody in lieu of a bond.

September 24, 2020 - 10:36am
Body Cams Approved for MCSO
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office body camera program has been approved in a 5-0 vote. The cost will be spread over a 5 year span costing about $1.2 million dollars. The MCSO body camera program will be contracted through AXON which was proved to the City of Tucson in 2015. The program includes body cams, taser devices, software licensing, data storage, and proper training using all equipment. Body cams are used as a way to reduce lawsuits, provide evidence, and improve relations between officers and their communities.

September 23, 2020 - 10:42am
Counterfeit Pills Causing Increase in Local Overdoses
The Lake Havasu City Police department is making the community aware of illegally manufactures counterfeit pills that are believe to be causing the increase in local drug overdoses. Counterfeit pills can look like legitimate pills however they can be laced with other substances such as fentanyl which can be fatal in small doses. Pills such as Xanax or Percocet have been found in proximity to where the over doses are occurring. LHCPD officers have responded to half a dozen calls within the past few weeks involving unresponsive subjects. Though officers carry Narcan kits (a nasal spray for OD victims) it is not always effective in reversing the effects.

September 23, 2020 - 10:40am
Bar Owners Sueing Governor Ducey
Bar owners are suing the Arizona Governor for giving restaurants the ability to sell alcohol on the go. Attorney Ilan Wurman is representing over 100 bar owners against the AZ Governor. In March the Governor directed the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control to not enforce the provisions of the Series 12 (restaurant) liquor license that stopped the sale of beer, wine, and spirituous liquor off premises. Though restaurants have reopened, bars still remained closed while the governor continues to allow restaurants to violate state liquor laws giving them the ability to sell alcohol on the go.

September 22, 2020 - 11:15am
Laughlin Will Be Getting A New Coffee Shop
A New Coffee shop will be opening in Laughlin. It will be located in the parking lot of the new Market-Laughlin (formerly Aldape’s Market). The Purple Cup Coffee Company has big plans for the little shipping container shop. It will not only be offering coffee but pastries and snacks as well it will also be a drive-thru coffee stop. There currently is no opening date, but they are hoping to open in the next couple weeks. The Laughlin Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the grand opening complete with ribbon and giant scissors once the official date is released.

September 22, 2020 - 11:13am
Child Molester Sent To Prison Against Victim's Wish
Local judge sends child molester to prison against victim’s wishes. 35 year old Larry Hayes of Golden Valley was sentenced to seven years in prison. Hayes will also be ordered to register as a sex offender once released and will serve a lifetime on probation. The victim requested that Hayes be on probation rather then sent to prison. The victim explained that he resided elsewhere and was no longer in harm’s way. Hayes pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted sexual conduct with a minor.

September 21, 2020 - 10:31am
Vegas Bars to Re-open
Nevada COVID-19 panel voted to reopen bars in and around Las Vegas limited capacity, distance between customers, and facial coverings will still be permitted. Taverns, bars, breweries, distilleries, and wineries can reopen following the task force decision. Nightclubs and other entertainment venues will remain closed, though Nevada Governor said he will review coronavirus directives including a 50-person cap on public gatherings and a 50% capacity limit at businesses including casinos. The decision could affect everything from church congregations, business meetings, and political rallies.

September 21, 2020 - 10:26am
Plea Agreement Rejected by Superior Court Judge
A Superior Court judge has rejected 23 year old Brent Sekel plea agreement stating that he could not sentence someone to supervised probation for being involved in the death of a human being. Sekel was being charged with first degree murder along with multiple other charges for his involvement in the murder of Kevin Hurtado. Sekel reportedly went to go watch a fight between Benjie Nunez and Hurtado in a parking lot. Nunez never showed so Hurtado, his wife, and two friends left to go home. Sekel followed them back to their house, where Nunez and Jonathan Wallace reportedly shot and killed Hurtado and injured his wife in a drive-by shooting.