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May 23, 2019 - 09:59am
Swim Lessons Offered for Youth of BHC for 18th Year!
Bullhead City, the Morning Kiwanis Club of Bullhead City, and the Community Service Foundation will be offering swim lessons for the 18th year. Swim lessons are 2 weeks long and classes are 30 min each day of the session and offered at 6 different times for parents convenience. Registration for the first session will be tomorrow at the Suddenlink Center from 6:30 to 9:30am for all morning lessons. Even lesson registration will be held tomorrow from 5:30 to 8:30pm. Spots are limited to a first come first serve bases. Visit BULLCITY DOT COM for more information.

May 23, 2019 - 09:51am
Clark County is Asking Bullhead City for 4.5 Million Dollars for Bridge Funding
Clark County is asking Bullhead City for 4.5 million dollars to help pay a share of the new bridge linking Bullhead City and Laughlin. Clark County, the State of Nevada, and federal sources involved with the project are expected to provide most of the money however Nevada funders are seeking $9 million more to fully fund the project and Bullhead City is being asked to provide half of that which would be the 4.5 million. The Bullhead City Council postponed making any decision on the financial assistance during Tuesday’s Council meeting and plan to schedule a workshop to discuss the matter that would likely be on June 4th. The new bridge would be an extension of the Bullhead City Parkway near Mohave Crossroads shopping center. The project is slated to begin this year with an estimated 2 years of construction.

May 22, 2019 - 10:02am
City Hopes to Have Lake Havasu Ave Paving Project Completed by Friday
The Lake Havasu Ave project is nearing completion and if the weather cooperates, the paving is on schedule to be done by Friday before the busy Memorial Day Weekend. After paving is completed, there will be minimal work remaining including decorative sidewalks, landscaping improvements, and improved timing on traffic signals. This work will have minimal traffic impact. Until then, the public is asked to use caution and follow detour signs when traveling near the construction area.

May 22, 2019 - 10:01am
The First of Nine Defendants Arrested as a Result of an Undercover Sting Operation has Been Sentenced
The first of 9 defendants arrested as a result of an undercover sting operation has been sentenced. 72 year old George Lizotte of Bullhead City pleaded guilty to attempted sexual conduct with a minor under the age of 15 and of luring a minor under the age of 15 for sexual exploitation. Under the plea agreement, other charges were dismissed. The deal required imposition of a prison term between 5 and 10 years. After consideration of mitigating factors in the case including former military service, lack of any substantial criminal history and the fact that there was no actual victim in the case Lizotte was sentenced to the minimum 5 year prison sentence followed by lifetime probation.

May 22, 2019 - 10:00am
Mohave County Drug Dealer Convicted in Absentia
A Mohave County Superior Court jury convicted a former Desert Hills resident and Mohave County drug dealer in absentia. It took jury less than 15 min to convict 59 year old David Muehlhausen (mule-housen) of all of his 7 felony offenses. During the hearing, the jury was told that Muehlhausen sold drugs to a confidential informant who was working with law enforcement. They also watched a video featuring Muehlhausen’s various admissions when interviewed at the police department. Muehlhausen’s no show at trial was no surprise, a warrant was issued for his arrest in August of 2016 after he missed several court hearings. He faces up to 55 years in prison if he’s located and returned for sentencing.

May 21, 2019 - 09:59am
"Buckle Up Arizona! It's the Law!"
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is partnering with Kingman Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies for the “Buckle Up Arizona, It’s the Law!” Enforcement Campaign that will run through June 2nd. Law enforcement agencies across the state will be stepping up traffic enforcement patrols and the Kingman PD received a $1,000 grant for overtime for officers to enhance enforcement and exercise zero tolerance during this campaign So Buckle Up Arizona, it’s the Law!

May 21, 2019 - 09:56am
Inmate Who Failed to Return After Granted Furlough Sentenced to Additional Prison Time
A Bullhead City man already sentenced to 25 years in prison has gotten additional prison time after failing to return back to jail following furlough. 47 year old Chase Salveson pleaded guilty in March to drug and weapons offenses and was sentenced to 25 years in prison. The plea deal granting Salveson furlough required him to surrender the following day and show up for his sentencing the next month. He did neither and spent nearly 7 months on the run before being arrested in Bullhead City. On May 8th he pleaded guilty to escape and failure to appear charges and was sentenced to an additional 5 years in prison.

May 21, 2019 - 09:48am
A Nearly 5 Year Old Murder Case is Slowly Moving Forward
A nearly 5 year old murder case is slowly moving forward. A two day evidentiary hearing for 30 year old Justin Rector is affirmed for early July. Rector, charged with the 2014 kidnapping and murder of 8 year old Isabella Grogan-Cannella, filed a motion in December to represent himself and agreed to plead guilty to first degree murder under a plea agreement. However in January he asked to withdraw from his plea agreement after receiving a mitigation report which showed evidence that he believed could provide doubt of his guilt. He also asked to withdraw his request to represent himself and asked for a new attorney. His new attorney will be representing him at the July 11th hearing on Rector’s motion to withdraw from his plea agreement.

May 20, 2019 - 09:34am
Andy Devine Ave Milling and Paving Project Continues This Week
As the milling and paving project continues on Andy Devine Ave, today the two southbound lanes will close with traffic being diverted to the center lane. All Businesses will remain open throughout the project and work crews will maintain access with proper signage. Once that work is completed the southbound lanes will reopen and the center lane will be closed for milling and paving. The project is expected to be done by June 6th.

May 20, 2019 - 09:33am
Kingman Father Recieves Lenient Sentence in Manslaughter of 4 Year Old Son.
A Kingman father convicted of driving under the influence and manslaughter in the death of his young son has been sentenced to prison although according to the judge the term imposed wasn’t nearly harsh enough. 31 year old Daniel Stuart pleaded guilty to the charges acquired from the tragic day in 2017 in which he was driving a pick-up truck on US 93 with multiple occupants including his 4 year old son and 3 other children when the truck rolled and struck a guardrail ejecting his young son Kaleb Stuart. Kaleb was pronounced dead at the scene. Stuart’s Blood alcohol content measured .101% 4 hours after the accident. He was sentenced to 7 years in prison the maximum punishment allowed under the plea agreement.

May 20, 2019 - 09:32am
MCSO Finds Source of Inmate Drug Overdoses
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office has found the drug source they believe was responsible for the April 16th inmate overdoses at the Mohave County Adult Detention Center. It was determined that 24 year old inmate Jonathan Hutchinson smuggled contraband into the facility in his body cavity. The investigation revealed that he had smuggled in roughly 30 counterfeit hydrocodone pills and an unknown amount of methamphetamine. The pills were created with use of the synthetic opioid Fetanyl. A small amount of the substance was found in the possession of two inmates 29 year old Michael Pauly and 52 year old Anthony Colella. The county’s attorney’s office will review the findings and decide if additional charges are necessary for the inmates

May 17, 2019 - 10:27am
AZGFD Hosts Multiple Life Jacket Exchanges This Saturday
This Saturday the Arizona Game and Fish Department will be hosting a life jacket exchange for the 11th year from 10 am to noon while supplies last. Life Jacket exchanges will be taking place in our area at London Bridge Beach in Lake Havasu and at Bullhead City Fire station #2 in Old Bullhead. Type 1 and Type 2 life jackets will not be accepted. (Additional exchanges will be held throughout the summer.)