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Mohave 911: Sunday, January 24, 2010

KINGMAN - Kingman Police Officers arrested local resident Loren Dean Bravo, 24, for felony possession of drug paraphernalia and two warrants from Casa Grande. Officers responded to the 3800 block of Roosevelt Avenue around 10:15 p.m. in reference to an unknown disturbance. Residents told officers that Bravo was acting erratic. A records check was showed that Bravo had two warrants for his arrest. He was then placed into handcuffs and subsequent to arrest drug paraphernalia was located in his pants pocket. He was booked into the Mohave County Jail.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Thursday, February 4, 2010
Article comment by: kingmanite

Yet another Bravo like all the rest of them in Kingman area. There are some Bravos that actually work for a living and are descent human beings and then you have those that make a bad name for that whole family. Why should it matter what his last name is anyway, you have people of all races that are like this in Kingman - espcially whites that do worse things.

Posted: Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Article comment by: No name provided

is this yet another bravo??? Or is he not related?

Posted: Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Article comment by: No name provided


"So, where is a rehab facility here?" & "(hopefully lock-down)rehab resources to resolve the meth situation."

Funny, a "lock down" jail seems to work just fine for them. Be honest...when I come across someone whining for rehab facilities it is usually for one of three reason:

1. Looking to keep a family mmber out of jail by having rehab as an alternative.


2. Looking for someone else to pay for it.

3. They will somehow be making a living from it

Many times when this subject has come up I have challenged anyone to provide statistics on the success rate of meth rehab. I have yet to get an answer. I suspect it is because the success rate is asbysmal. I read a report once where the director of oe facility stated that it takes multiple trips through rehab. I have no problem with that, as long as it is not on the taxpayers dime. Rehab is a joke, but feel free to prove me wrong with facts. I won't be holding my breath. But I am more than happy to pay the cost of keeping them in jail and off the street. I know that works.

Posted: Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Article comment by: Jimmie

Substance abuse is a personal choice. An individual chooses to use. Successful substance abuse treatment has to be on a voluntary basis for it to be successful. Otherwise the person will be wasting thier time if they are unwilling to change. Studies have shown that inpatient substance abuse treatment is no more effective than outpatient programs. I'm for a good rehab facility for those that are motivated for change. Quitting a substance depends on how much desire the individual has to work on the problem as well as eliminating all excuses for using.

Posted: Sunday, January 24, 2010
Article comment by: FightingForMohaveKids

So, where is a rehab facility here? Are the Mohave County residents going to continue to settle for the status quo? I am tired of worrying about the behaviors of the underground criminal network here that are heavy into the meth world. This dilemna affects us all. Why hasn't a rehab facility gone up by now. the county is essentially enabling the criminal world by ignoring the drug problem by NOT having appropriate (hopefully lock-down)rehab resources to resolve the meth situation. This would be such a nice place to live if only the meth people were exposed, stopped, treated or punished in a way that protects the rest of the Mohave County population. Come on people, get rehab resources in here NOW.

Posted: Sunday, January 24, 2010
Article comment by: No name provided

Excuse me but i know the person and he is no methhead.

Posted: Sunday, January 24, 2010
Article comment by: No name provided

Wow,just a few doors down the street. One less methhead to worry about for a week or two,

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