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January 20, 2021 - 08:31am
Havasu Women Threatens to "Blow Up" Bank
A Lake Havasu City woman was arrested after threatening to blow up a bank. 43-year-old Shannon Engle was arrested after LHC police officers were called to a bank on McCulloch BLVD after receiving reports of a woman screaming and being erratic. According to alleged witness statements, Engle stated that she would “blow up” the bank, the London Bridge and the ice cream shop if employees didn’t “put $10 million on the ground.” When Officers arrived they escorted Engle from the building. Engle was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and was transported to the LHC jail without further incident.

January 20, 2021 - 08:29am
Predestrian Stuck By Vehicle
A Bullhead City pedestrian was struck by a vehicle Monday night. The Bullhead City emergency units were called to the intersection of Highway 95 and Talc Road on reports of a vehicle-pedestrian accident. The female victim that was struck suffered a compound fracture to her leg and was flown to a Las Vegas hospital for further treatment. No further information regarding whom the driver was or what type of vehicle stuck the women has been provided. If anyone has any information regarding the incident contact the Bullhead City Police department or the Mohave County Silent Witness.

January 19, 2021 - 08:13am
DOT Food Partners With FEMA
Dot Foods, Inc. has partnered with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to donate food to disaster relief agencies across the U.S. Dot Foods began donating to local agencies when COVID-19 hit, however it had more product available than local food banks and pantries surrounding its 12 U.S. distribution centers could take. So, naturally they turned to FEMA for help. With the help of FEMA Dot has provided over 6 million pounds of product to food banks and disaster relief organizations across the U.S. in the last year.

January 19, 2021 - 08:12am
ASU Students Win $1M Mask Challenge
Arizona State University students win $1M face mask challenge. The Luminosity Lab team at ASU developed a fog-free face mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The fog-free facial mask dubbed “Floemask” took the team six months to develop. The million-dollar international competition with XPRIZE Next-Gen Mask Challenge brought in hundreds of entries from young inventors from over 70 countries to create the next generation of surgical-grade consumer masks.

January 18, 2021 - 08:24am
Vista Health Care Open in Laughlin
The Vista Health Care facility in Laughlin has opened. In a ribbon cutting ceremony that took place on Saturday is the third health care facility in Laughlin either to announce its opening or its plans to do so, joining the Southern Nevada Health Care facility behind Clark County Fire Department's Station 76 off Thomas Edison Drive and the Laughlin Community Health Center in the Professional Business Center behind South Pointe Market. Vista Health Care is located in the Laughlin Town Center, near the Market-Laughlin.

January 18, 2021 - 08:23am
Kingman Schools Going Back To Hybrid Learning
Kingman Schools will be going back to hybrid teaching. In a 3-2 vote the Kingman Unified School District members have chosen to have the school district go back to hybrid learning for the third quarter which will begin January 19th and finish on March 11th. Board members, along with KUSD Superintendent Gretchen Dorner, recognized the challenges of the growing number of COVID-19 positive cases in the KUSD community and hope with the coming year school attendance can go back to a new normal.

January 15, 2021 - 09:14am
Mohave High Received Threat
Authorities responded to a threat that was directed towards the Bullhead City Mohave High School. The threat that was made on social media caused the Bullhead Police Department personnel to do a soft lockdown while they secured and checked the campus. Police determined that the school was safe and classes resumed and were dismissed at their regular time. During the investigation it was confirmed that the male suspect who posted the threat to social media is out of state. Currently no arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.

January 15, 2021 - 08:30am
Domestic Dispute Leads to Drugs and Counterfeit Money
The Lake Havasu City Police Department responded to the 2600 block of Avalon Place regarding reports of a domestic dispute occurring. During the investigation officer’s located methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, counterfeit money, and blank credit cards inside the residence. As a result of the investigation, 49-year-old Melissa Coffey-Meyer and 46-year-old Robert Neal were arrested. Coffey-Meyer is currently being held on a $50K bond as well Neal. Both have been transferred to the custody of the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.

January 14, 2021 - 09:05am
Kingman Resident Arrested for Assaulting a 76-Year-Old Women
A Kingman resident was arrested after assaulting a 76 year-old women. According to reports 42 year-old Robert Spano assaulted an elderly woman in the Walmart parking lot on Stockton Hill Road. Spano reportedly punched the victim in the head and face, knocking her to the ground, prior to attempting to steal her vehicle. Spano assaulted multiple people while fleeing from police even giving one victim a broken ankle. Spano was arrested on suspicion of felony aggravated assault and three counts of robbery, as well as a misdemeanor in criminal damage, trespassing, and disorderly conduct.

January 14, 2021 - 09:04am
Bomb Threat at Fort Mohave Maverik Store
A bomb threat was received at a Fort Mohave convenience store. The Maverik gas station and convenience store located in the 4400 block of Highway 95, reportedly received a call from a man claiming that there was a bomb inside the building. The Maverik employee contacted the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and they quickly evacuated the store. Thankfully, no explosives were found during the search. This is the second most recent bomb threat that the county has received where no actual explosives have been located. If anyone has any information please contact the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.

January 13, 2021 - 08:34am
BCSD's Neighborhood Meal Delivery Adjusted
The Bullhead City (Elementary) School District will be adjusting their neighborhood meal deliveries this week and next week due to Monday's January 18th, Martin Luther King Day. Deliveries today will have meals for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and the following Monday which is the federal holiday of MLK. There will be no school, nor meal deliveries on the 18th.The free neighborhood meals are available for anyone 18 and under, regardless of where they attend school. BCSD’S neighborhood meal delivery program is funded through the U.S department of Agriculture grant through the remainder of the school year.

January 13, 2021 - 08:32am
Father Arreted After Suspicious Fire Caused the Death of His Two Children
A father has been arrested after a suspicious house fire caused the death of his two children. The Needles Fire department responded to the home where it was engulfed in flames. The firefighters extinguish the blaze and upon entering the home they discovered the bodies of the two children. 35 year old Christifer Williamson was watching the children while their mother was out of town; however he was not at the scene when deputies and firefighters arrived. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, if anyone has any information regarding the incident contact the San Bernardino County Sherriff’s Office or the Mohave County Silent Witness line.