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March 21, 2018 - 10:13am
Two Yard Sales. Two Organizations
If you’re looking to get out and about this week, two local organizations will be hosting yard sales this week. The Colorado River Historical Society will be hosting one tomorrow and Thursday beginning at 8am, located at the museum north of the Laughlin Bridge at 2201 Hwy 68. The monies raised will go to the Colorado River Historical Society Museum building fund. The second sale will be hosted by The American Legion Unit 87 Women’s Auxiliary on March 23rd and March 24th at 2249 Clearwater Dr. from 8am to noon. Gently used items are also being accepted by both groups.

March 21, 2018 - 10:11am
Two Lake Havasu Teens Charged After Bringing BB Gun on School Bus
The Lake Havasu middle school student who was arrested for having a bb gun in his possession on a school bus allegedly had a partner in the situation. After parents received messages from their children indicating one of their fellow classmates was in possession of a gun, police pulled the bus over and searched it finding a bb gun in a back pack that allegedly looked very similar to a handgun. Two 14 year old boys were arrested and each charged with 2 counts of aggravated assault and taking to a juvenile detention center.

March 21, 2018 - 09:55am
Topock Man Charged With 23 Counts Some Invovling Sexual Misconduct With A Minor
A Topock Man has been charged with 23 counts including 10 counts involving sexual misconduct with a minor and child abuse and 13 drug charges. During the arraignment hearing last week, 36 year old James Lauver Jr., was indicted on 7 counts of sexual misconduct with a minor, 3 counts of child abuse, and 13 drug charges including sale of narcotic and dangerous drugs and administrating narcotic and dangerous drugs. His next hearing is set for April 16th.

March 20, 2018 - 10:54am
Smart and Final Moving to a New Location
Smart and Final in Bullhead city is moving to a new location that will be more than twice the size of its current location going from 13,000 square feet to 30,000 square feet. The Smart and Final “Extra” store will be located in former “Food City” building and will expand its products lines as well bring in more jobs to the community by nearly tripling its labor force. The store also has a liquor license pending which will allow them to sell hard liquor at their new location. The goal is to have Smart and Final ‘Extra’ opened by the summer.

March 20, 2018 - 10:51am
Woman Arrested for Theft and Fruad
In Bullhead City, a woman was arrested after she allegedly stole credit cards out of a woman’s purse that she was staying with. 36 year old Shannon Morgan was staying with the victim after she got evicted from her own home. The victim told officers that she believed Morgan stole the cards and used them at several locations. Morgan was booked on suspicion of theft of credit cards, fraudulent use of a credit card as well as two outstanding warrants.

March 20, 2018 - 10:43am
BB Gun Found in Students Bookbag
In Lake Havasu City, a middle school student was detained after police found a BB gun in his back pack. Reports were made when parents received messages from their children indicating that a fellow student was in possession of a gun on their school bus. Police pulled the bus over and evacuated the students and followed up with a search of the bus where they found the BB gun in a student’s book bag. Officials said the student never threatened others with the gun and the charges the student may be facing are still unknown.

March 19, 2018 - 10:08am
Kingman to Implement New Pilot Program by End of the Year
Due the vast amount of car accidents in Kingman, the Kingman police Department wants to implement a pilot program and install cameras at 3 of Kingman’s most dangerous intersections including Stockton Hill and Airway Ave (in which were 211 accidents in 2015 alone). The cameras will be used to catch red light runners who will be snapped by the camera and tickets will be mailed directly to the offender. The use of cameras would free-up officers for other tasks as well as keep the officers and public out of harm’s way as there would be fewer stops made on the busy roadways. The goal is have this pilot program started and in place by the end of the year.

March 19, 2018 - 10:05am
Texas Woman Sentenced For May 2017 Manslughter Case
The Texas woman who previously pleaded guilty to manslaughter as a dangerous felony and driving under the influence has been sentenced. The sentencing took place last Thursday at Kingman superior Court. Melanie Jones was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the May 2017 death of Robert Fox the second. Jones was driving along hwy 95, near the Laughlin Bridge when she struck Fox with her vehicle causing him to be thrown off his bicycle resulting in his death. She reportedly had an alcohol blood level of about .2%. In Arizona, the alcohol limit is .08%

March 19, 2018 - 10:03am
Man Sentenced For Ambush Shooting From Last Year
A Lake Havasu man has been sentenced to 15 and half years for the alleged ambush shooting that took place in September of last year in a parking lot in Golden Shores. Robert Davis was found guilty of attempted first degree murder for when he allegedly lured the 41 year old victim into a parking lot where he was shot. Officials said Davis could have been acting as a vigilante considering he was allegedly told the man he attempted to kill was an alleged child molester. There are two other parties involved in this case who are still awaiting trial.

March 16, 2018 - 10:37am
Two Accidents. One Day. In Kingman
There were two separate car accidents in Kingman that ended fatally for one and left another in serious condition. The first one occurred Tuesday evening on Route 66 when James Schubert crossed the center median in his pick-up truck and collided with a semi truck. The semi ended up about 50 yards into the desert off the roadway and the pick up was found on its side and Schubert was pronounced dead at the scene. The 41 year old truck driver was not injured. The second accident occurred Tuesday afternoon and involved 4 vehicles on Andy Devine. 68 year old Kathleen Cahoon, who officials believed to be impaired, failed to slow down for stopped traffic when she crashed into a Hummer H3 which then crashed into a White GMC, the GMC was also forced to hit another vehicle. The 63 year old Hummer driver was flown to a Las Vegas Hospital with serious head injuries.

March 16, 2018 - 10:36am
Stabbing in Kingman
A man was stabbed in Kingman Tuesday at a home in the 2300 block of Airway Ave. 41 year old Eric Maxwell stabbed a 35 year old unnamed man. Reportedly, the domestic related stabbing regarded Maxwell’s ex girlfriend. 15 minutes after the stabbing, Maxwell was arrested in 220 block of Hualapai Mountain Road. The victim is expected to survive after undergoing surgery at Kingman Regional Medical Center. Maxwell, who allegedly admitted to the crime was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, which is a felony offense.

March 15, 2018 - 09:57am
Severe Drought Status in Parts of Mohave County
Parts of Mohave County as well as Coconino and Yavapai counties are now considered to be in Severe Drought Status. This is due to the historically dry winter we had along with an early end of monsoon season. The entire state of Arizona is considered to be at at least moderate levels of drought and nearly 65% of Arizona is considered to be at severe level or worse. A study of hydrology and projected operations of the Colorado river systems will be released by the Bureau of Reclamation those projections will be used to determine whether lake Mead will fall to levels that could cause a shortage declaration. Officials said if we get to the point where cutting water usage is necessary they will have plans to conserve more so that the residents will not be impacted.