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3/7/2013 11:07:00 AM
UPDATED: Four arrested after Kingman SWAT standoff
DOUG McMURDO/Miner
DOUG McMURDO/Miner

KINGMAN - An investigation into a shots fired call on Tuesday led to a tense standoff Wednesday in Kingman when two men, one of them reportedly armed with a sawed-off shotgun, barricaded themselves in a home with two young children inside.

Members of the Mohave County Sheriff's Tactical Operations Unit and hostage negotiators were deployed to the home in the 4000 block of Irving Avenue after deputies learned both men inside refused to exit the home and that children were also inside.

Ultimately, the two four-year-old children were safely removed from the home through a window and four people were arrested on a host of felony charges including child endangerment and assault on a police officer.

Nolan Gene Martin, 36, Manuel Ricardo Duvall, 19, Gina Maria Denubilo, 32, and 58-year-old Jimmy Lee Clouse were arrested at the scene.

See Friday's edition for an expanded report.



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Reader Comments

Posted: Friday, March 8, 2013
Article comment by: jana gallagher

i just want to say that two of the four people are good people i cant vouch for the other two but, i can tell you this much Gina is a good mother who comes from a good family and would never put her children in harms way and jimmy is a good man who helps bring anyone to justice that harms or has ill intent on a child or a woman!!!!! i am sure that the p.d. just overreacted as they do alot (the William" Billy" Bonnie case ) ! i wish that just once mohave county would be sued and lose even just for deflimation of character> Lol i'm sure i will be chastized for this comment and still i refuse to hide my name!!!!!! forever true forever proud

Posted: Thursday, March 7, 2013
Article comment by: Concerned Citizen

What are the original charges? shots fired in the county is not a valid reason for a standoff. lets hear the whole story or we will have to conclude that the MCSO excercised overpowering abuse of force without evidence. AGAIN! and are now charging people that did not lay down and "DO AS THEY ARE TOLD" PFFF. to MCSO. Release the story. as of now you are a bunch of cowards.



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