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July 15, 2019 - 10:20am
Mohave High School Getting Upgrades
Mohave High School is getting a facelift on the cafeteria which is expected to look more like a restaurant once the upgrades are complete. Also progressing at MHS is the switch of the administration building and library allowing security to be closer to the main parking lot. The work is being funded by bond money. The cafeteria facelift is hoped to be completed by July 22nd so teachers can meet there to prepare for start of the new school year which begins July 31st.

July 15, 2019 - 10:17am
Rector Sentenced in 1st Degree Murder Case
The Bullhead City man charged in the 2014 murder of 8 year old Isabella Grogan-Canella had his motion to withdraw from his plea agreement rejected and has been sentenced for the crime. In December of 2018, while representing himself, 31 year old Justin Rector agreed to plead guilty to first degree murder, under a plea deal in which his other charges in two other cases would be dismissed. After receiving a mitigation report he asked to withdraw from his plea deal believing the report could provide doubt to a jury of his guilt. Last Thursday the motion to withdraw was rejected and on Friday Rector was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for 35 years. His remaining charges in two other cases were dismissed.

July 15, 2019 - 10:16am
Woman Charged in Double Homicide Wants to Have Her Case Reheard by Grand Jury
A woman charged in the Fort Mohave double homicide of 51 year old Mona Carter and 22 year old Daryl Ward is fighting to have her case reheard by the grand jury. 50 year old Robin Reid is charged with two counts of murder and two counts of kidnapping. Her attorney argued that the prosecutor made misleading statements to the grand jury including alleging that Reid admitted her involvement in the duct taping and gluing of Ward and that there was no evidence that Reid murdered either Carter or Ward and no evidence that she kidnapped Carter. Mohave County attorney argued back saying there were over 1,000 pages of documents and 20 to 30 witnesses questioned resulting in 6 defendants being charged in the crime. Witnesses also placed Reid in the back room where the alleged kidnapping took place. The judge expects to have a decision by this week.

July 12, 2019 - 10:11am
Blood Shortage Across the Country; American Red Cross Issues Emergency Call for Help
The American Red Cross has issued an emergency call for help for a shortage of blood across the country. Generally, the organization keeps a 5 day supply of all blood types but only has less than a 3 day supply of types A and B and less than a 2 day supply of type O. The Red Cross collects about 40% of the nation’s blood and depends on businesses and schools to set up blood drives. The emergency call is for all blood types.

July 12, 2019 - 10:10am
Lake Havasu Caretaker Arraigned on Theft Charges
Last week, a Lake Havasu man and caretaker was arraigned on theft charges in a case of alleged exploitation of vulnerable adult. 56 year old Daniel Cramer cared for the alleged victim for nearly a decade. According to the report, Cramer asked the victim to sign a deed for the sale of her house, valued at over $125,000. The house sold and Cramer allegedly admitted to buying two vehicles for roughly $26,500 and also place $50,000 into a mutual fund. It is still unclear where the rest of the money went. Cramer provided no financial assistance to the victim or her family. Cramer believed it was within his rights to sell the property as the executer of her estate. A pre-trial conference is set for July 22nd.

July 12, 2019 - 10:09am
The City of Needles is Now Officially a Second Amendment Sanctuary City
On Tuesday Needles City Council unanimously approved a declaration making the city a Second Amendment Sanctuary City. The city will now exempt itself from any restrictive gun laws that California passes and allows them to continue concealed carry and purchasing ammunition. The resolution for the declaration states, “It is the desire of the city council to declare its support of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. The resolution also states, “The City Council affirms its support for the San Bernardino County Sheriff in his exercise of sound discretion to not enforce against any person an unconstitutional firearms and ammunitions law within the City, and to demonstrate leniency to concealed carry permit holders from other states while in the city.

July 11, 2019 - 08:35am
The VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System Leadership is Hosting a Veterans Meeting This Friday
The VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System leadership is hosting a veterans meeting this Friday from 1 to 2pm at the Laughlin American Legion Post 60 on Bruce Woodbury Drive. The meeting will update the Laughlin area community on Veteran Affairs services and care. The meeting is free to attend and open to the public.

July 11, 2019 - 08:34am
Two of 9 Men Sentenced as Result of Undercover Sting Operation
Two of 9 men arrested as a result of an undercover sting operation targeting predators have been sentenced. Las Vegas man, 33 year old Durell Shaw, pleaded guilty to attempted sexual conduct with a minor and luring a minor under the age of 15 for sexual exploitation. He was sentenced to 8 years in prison as well as lifetime probation once released. Another man, 33 year old Daniel Martin of Lake Havasu pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of attempted luring a minor for sexual exploitation. He was placed on probation for 15 years and ordered to perform community service as well as spend one year in Mohave County Jail. He avoided prison time as he never attempted to meet up with the so called underage girl.

July 11, 2019 - 08:33am
Value of Local EPCOR Water Arizona Valued at $55 Million
On Tuesday the city council heard from the company that was hired to evaluate the local water system owned by EPCOR Water Arizona. During the meeting a $55 million valuation was placed. In 2017 EPCOR presented a rate and consolidation plan to the ACC that would have raised local water bills substantially. City officials sought to intervene and became involved in the case. Earlier this year an interim rate was approved and EPCOR was told to provide a new long-term rate plan next year. Bills were raised by roughly $7. A meeting is scheduled for July 16th during which, council members will decide whether or not to start the take over process. If it’s decided to send the matter to voters, the election would be held on November 5th.

July 10, 2019 - 08:27am
Construction for the New Catholic Charities’ Homeless Shelter is Underway
Construction for the new Catholic Charities’ homeless shelter is underway. The Shelter will officially be named The Legacy Foundation Christine Stamper Center for Help & Hope. The over 10,000 square foot facility will be located on North Oatman Road near Miracle Mile in Bullhead City and will serve the entire tristate. Able to accommodate up to 57 people, the facility will offer a range of support services including job preparation and search, housing and referrals for treatment as well as a day time drop-in resource center. The Shelter is projected to open next year.

July 10, 2019 - 08:26am
Man Arested in Relation to Shooting in Kingman
A Kingman man was arrested following a report of a Kingman shooting late Saturday night. Officers responded to the 3400 block of North Diamond St after they were told there was a man down in the roadway and that a vehicle had quickly fled the scene. Upon arrival a 42 year old man was laying in the street, alive but unresponsive. It was determined that the man was NOT shot but possibly passed out from being shot at. The suspect vehicle was located along with the suspected shooter, 28 year old David Grassie. Grassie who eventually admitted his involvement, is prohibited from possessing firearms and was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Center. The investigation is ongoing.

July 10, 2019 - 08:25am
Fatality Reported in Single Vehicle Rollover Accident
A single vehicle rollover accident resulted in the death of the sole occupant of the 4 door sedan. The accident occurred about 25 miles north of Kingman on Pierce Ferry Road. Authorities responded to scene around 7:30 pm Sunday evening and found the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle to be dead at the scene. The victim was identified as 42 year old Edgar Avila-Perez, of Dolan Springs. It was determined the vehicle left the roadway after hitting a dip in the road. The car went airborne after traveling through bushes and barbed wire fencing and rolled several times. The victim was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle. The investigation is ongoing.