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8/4/2013 6:00:00 AM
Kingman pursuit ends with arrests on McVicar
Nicholas Cavalier (left) and Amanda Dutton
Nicholas Cavalier (left) and Amanda Dutton
Doug McMurdo
Miner Staff Reporter

KINGMAN - A Kingman man in a stolen PT Cruiser reportedly fled from Mohave County Sheriff's deputies on Thursday, only to be found later at the home of his alleged partner in crime.

Nicholas Cavalier, 18, and Amanda Diane Dutton, 26, also of Kingman, were arrested twice in one day on a host of charges involving theft, resisting arrest and running from law enforcement.

The incident began at about 9 a.m. when deputies spotted a stolen PT Cruiser in the area of Bond Street and Snavely Avenue.

Deputies said Cavalier, the alleged driver, refused to stop when they attempted to pull him over.

They lost sight of the car in the area of Benton Street and Neal Avenue, but found it abandoned in the desert north of Famoso Drive and east of Marshall Drive a short time later.

A witness told deputies Cavalier ran into Dutton's home in the 3100 block of McVicar Avenue.

Deputies surrounded the property and found Cavalier inside. He was taken into custody.

Dutton landed in hot water when the woman told deputies that Cavalier had been at the home for about an hour.

She was initially charged with false report to law enforcement, a misdemeanor, but she would be in more serious trouble before the day was over.

On the way to jail, Cavalier reportedly threatened to kill the deputy transporting him and the deputy's family.

Deputies continued to investigate the pair and made contact with a 74-year-old woman living in the 2000 block of Lass Avenue.

She reported her car was stolen on Wednesday, along with the following items: two flat screen televisions, her purse with credit cards and a variety of jewelry, some that was sold to a coin shop in Kingman. Deputies also alleged that both Cavalier and Dutton used the victim's credit card to purchase items.

In total, Cavalier was hit with six felonies. The teenager was charged with felony theft of a vehicle, unlawful flight from law enforcement, resisting arrest, fraudulent use of a credit card, burglary and trafficking in stolen property. He faces four misdemeanor charges of reckless driving, excessive speed, trespassing and threat/intimidation.

The trespassing charge was filed after a neighbor told deputies Cavalier entered his property without his permission. The threat charge regards comments made to the deputy en route to the Mohave County jail.

Originally charged with lying to deputies regarding how long Cavalier had been at her home, Dutton additionally faces felony charges of possession of stolen property and fraudulent use of credit cards.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Article comment by: Jack a Lope

for anybody wanting to know what meth will do to youre looks. take a look at this YOUNG womans face. she does not look a day under 36 .... today.

Posted: Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Article comment by: R Jr

there not Inbred! That's the result of Meth and what it will do to you!! she could have been and prob. was beautiful. I know many that its ruined.

Posted: Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Article comment by: A C

Wow, definitely a couple of winners.

Posted: Monday, August 5, 2013
Article comment by: gun owner 000

I can hear it now.....His public defender telling the judge he's really a good kid, He just made some bad decisions (like that jailhouse tat around his neck). He wants to make something of himself, but nobody will give him a job(can you blame them?) Hey! Cupcake! Jobs are hard to come by, these days. You stacked the deck against yourself with all of that gangster wannabe junk... And now, you have yourself a nice long "rap sheet" to go along with it. Enjoy your new life in jail, Bubba's waiting for you to make dinner for him.

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Article comment by: anonymous anonymous

I do not know which to feel sorry for the likely drug addicts depicted in this story or the sadist's posting their prison fantasies on what they dream of happening to them in prison! Or is these wishes not fantasies but personal experiences of their own they do seem to have some inside knowledge of prison life! The woman with sunken cheeks indicates to me no very healthy, likely on drugs, as to the tattoo's on the fellows neck, likely this is not his first time involved with the legal system, but I do not find any glee in human beings ruining their lives, guess the Jesus I believe in mentions something about the sick and those in prison, one can be sick of body via disease or illness or sick of mind and soul as well!

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Article comment by: My new favorite tune

It goes like, two and a three.

La La la .....Lock em up....yea yea Lock em up.

This is the future generation raised by TV.

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Article comment by: It's About Time

Inbreeding at its finest! Get this trash off our streets for good!

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Article comment by: Kingman Resident

I like reading news like this! I have had enough with these druggies running around committing STUPID activities, probably to gather enough money to buy the lil meth they can get. What we the community really needs is to pull out these meth, heroin, crack dealers out from where their hiding!

p.s.: Is that a tattoo of a 13 on his neck? Oh God...

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Article comment by: NO PLEA PLEASE

Maybe this one will stay behind bars for a while due to his threat to the officer, not worked down to speeding and credit card fraud.

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Article comment by: justanobody sr

what a "punk"!
tats and gangster wanna be look,
now he can see what awaits him in prison, I'm sure someone will take him under their wing and explain how prison life is. hope his girl friend get jail time too.

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Article comment by: gun owner 000

A nice couple of upstanding citizens, eh?
Cavalier showed poor judgment by stealing a PT Cruiser, and then trying to elude the Sheriff's department with it. Everything went downhill from there. This is what happens with beer, meth and too much video game playing conspire to get good kids into a lot of trouble.

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013
Article comment by: American Patriot

It's the poster children for the video, onset to "Faces of Meth." OUTSANDING work by the S.O!

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