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Mohave 911: Tuesday, May 27, 2014


Incorrect assumption

On May 16, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Eric John Carignan, 44, of Kingman for unlawful flight from law enforcement vehicle and possession of drug paraphernalia, both felonies. Deputies observed a motorcycle traveling 39 mph in a posted 25 mph zone and attempted to conduct a traffic stop at 12:40 p.m., but the motorcycle wouldn't stop. Deputies got closer and turned on the siren briefly, and the motorcycle operator headed toward Bank Street, where he finally turned into a driveway in the 3000 block of McVicar Avenue. Police ordered Carignan to raise his hands and as he did so, he dropped a backpack. Carignan told deputies he wasn't running away - he just wanted to get home because he didn't have a motorcycle license and didn't think his motorcycle would be towed if it were parked at his residence. A search of Carignan's backpack revealed a glass pipe with black burnt residue. Carignan was taken into custody without incident and the vehicle was towed from the scene.



Domestic disagreement

On May 17, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Keith Willis, 84, of Kingman for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon per domestic violence, a felony. Deputies responded to a weapons offense call at 12:43 p.m. in the 3600 block of East Dove Lane. Deputies contacted the victim, a 41-year-old woman, at a neighbor's house. She said that she and Willis, her husband, were sitting and drinking on the front porch when Willis went into the residence and returned with his revolver. The victim told deputies that Willis pointed the gun at her stomach said she was a "thieving gypsy" and he wanted his money back. The victim said she went to a neighbor's house to call authorities. Deputies contacted Willis over the telephone, as he would not answer the door. Shortly thereafter, he exited his residence, telling deputies his wife came over to drink, he asked her to leave and when she refused, he grabbed his gun but did not point it at her. Willis was taken into custody without incident and the weapon was taken as evidence.



Parking in a random place

On May 18, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Shawn Mark Ramey Jr., 27, and Jerome Lester Tappe, 41, both of Golden Valley. Ramey and Tappe were arrested for possession of dangerous drugs for sale, possession of dangerous drugs, possession of narcotic drugs for sale, possession of narcotic drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, all felonies. Ramey also was charged with driving on a suspended license, a misdemeanor. Deputies observed a suspicious vehicle at 8:15 p.m. driving an alley south of Potter Avenue and west of Van Nurs Road. As deputies attempted to catch up with the black SUV, it pulled into a driveway of a residence, turned its lights off and two male subjects exited the vehicle. Deputies recognized Ramey, who was driving, from past contacts and knew his driver's license was suspended. A search of the vehicle allegedly revealed about 13 grams of heroin inside a plastic bundle and about 7 grams of a white crystal substance inside several plastic bags. During the investigation, the homeowners came outside and deputies learned they did not know Ramey or Tappe. Both were taken into custody without incident and the vehicle was towed from the scene.



Drug charges, warrant surfaces

On May 18, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Heather Lyn Duvall, 29, of Kingman for possession of dangerous drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, both felonies, and a contempt of court misdemeanor warrant issued by Kingman Justice Court. Deputies contacted Duvall during an ongoing theft investigation at 11:15 p.m. at a residence in the 3000 block of Devlin Avenue. During the investigation, deputies learned Duvall had an active warrant. She was taken into custody without incident. Deputies found Duvall to have been in possession of a plastic bag containing a spoon and residue.



Who's the bad influence?

On May 19, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Justin Lee Newton, 44, and Raymond Edward Murphy Jr., 29, both of Kingman on two counts of aggravated assault, both felonies. Deputies responded to a weapons offense call at 3:09 a.m. at a residence in the 4300 block of Eagle Drive. The caller said he was threatened and a shotgun was pointed at him. Upon arrival, deputies contacted two victims, a 30-year-old male and a 44-year-old female, and both advised that Newton and Murphy barged into their room and pointed a shotgun at them. Both victims said they were told they had 10 seconds to get their things and leave. During conversations with Newton, he said he came to the house with Murphy to kick both subjects out, as they were a bad influence on Newton's son, who also lives there. Murphy said they pointed the shotguns at the ground when they told the victims to leave. Newton and Murphy were taken into custody without incident.




 

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