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Crimes & Fires for July 14, 2005

Man charged with loitering

KINGMAN ­ Kingman Police officers arrested a homeless man for trespassing and begging a business's customers for money, after the man allegedly tried to elude police.

At about 9:59 p.m. Tuesday, officers placed Jack Daniel Ingram, 33, a Kingman transient, under arrest for felony resisting arrest. This is Ingram's second arrest for the same offense, at the same business, Flying J truck stop in the 3300 block of East Andy Devine Avenue, according to a KPD report.

Ingram allegedly pulled away from the arresting officer who informed him that he was committing a misdemeanor violation. Ingram allegedly then fled on foot across Andy Devine Avenue, where the officer caught him.

Officers booked Ingram into the Mohave County Jail on one count of felony resisting arrest, one count of misdemeanor trespass and one count of misdemeanor loitering.

Transient charged with burglary

KINGMAN ­ Kingman Police officers arrested Thaddeus Sheldon Isaacs, 46, a Kingman transient, at about 8:07 a.m. Tuesday for burglary from a soft-drink delivery truck at a convenience store in the 4000 block of Stockton Hill Road.

An off-duty officer allegedly saw Isaacs opening a side sliding door on the truck, removing the case of soda from a Kalil-RC Cola truck and placing it inside a Dumpster while the delivery employee was inside the Circle K store. The off-duty officer summoned on-duty officers, who booked Isaacs into the Mohave County Jail on one count of burglary in the third degree.

Inmate charged with forgery

KINGMAN ­ Kingman Police officer arrested Benjamin Michael Harmer, 18, of Kingman, at about 1:31 a.m. on Wednesday for forgery.

The arrest occurred at the Mohave County Jail, where Harmer was incarcerated on an unrelated charge, after the officer investigating a forgery case reported on July 2 learned of his whereabouts.

Harmer allegedly took a check from an acquaintance's home in the 100 block of Chestnut Street, wrote the check to himself and cashed it at a local convenience store.

Fire calls

Kingman ­ 12 medical calls, one minor injury accident, one public assist, one commercial fire alarm

Hualapai Valley ­ Three medical calls.

Lake Mohave Ranchos, Dolan Springs ­ Four medical calls.