Crimes & Fires for May 24, 2005

Man arrested on damage charges

KINGMAN ­ Kingman Police officers arrested Daniel John Stickney, 24, of Kingman, at about 12:26 a.m. Monday on two felony criminal damage charges, one misdemeanor disorderly conduct and four local misdemeanor arrest warrants.

The arrests followed Stickney's alleged disagreement with his girlfriend in the 1200 block of Fort Beale Road.

Officers responded to a 911 call after Stickney allegedly became disruptive with his girlfriend at his residence.

According to the police report, Stickney was handcuffed and placed in the back seat of the patrol car. Stickney allegedly banged his head against the rear passenger window, causing it to shatter. He then allegedly kicked the smaller passenger window, shattering it, and allegedly attempted to escape from the patrol car.

Officers shackled Stickney and placed him in the rear passenger seat of another police patrol vehicle, where Stickney allegedly tried to kick out its window.

He was booked into the Mohave County Jail.

Local man arrested on domestic charge

KINGMAN ­ Kingman Police officers arrested Larry Lynn Slaton, 24, of Kingman at about 10:22 a.m. Sunday for domestic violence and a felony arrest warrant.

Police were summoned to a residence in the 100 block of Maple Street regarding a fight. They booked Slaton into Mohave County Jail on one count of felony probation violation warrant through the Mohave County Superior Court and one misdemeanor disorderly conduct/domestic violence after Slaton allegedly physically assaulted his girlfriend during an argument over their 2-year-old daughter.

Woman arrested on several charges

KINGMAN ­ Kingman Police officers arrested Davita Joanie Butler, 35, of Kingman at about 9:26 p.m. Saturday after she allegedly tried to run over her husband with their 1989 Ford Aerostar van.

Officers booked Butler into the Mohave County Jail on one felony count of domestic violence by assault, one felony count of domestic violence by endangerment, one count of felony criminal damage and two counts of felony endangerment/risk of physical injury.

Officers responded to a cell phone call that reported the driver of a van was trying to ram into a Mercury Sable passenger car from the south side of Little League Park and ending at a gas station in the 700 block of West Beale Street The police report stated Butler was angry with her husband and allegedly struck him with the front left fender of the mini-van in the parking lot at the ball field, causing abrasions to her husband's forearm.

Her husband then entered the Mercury, occupied by two other people, and Butler allegedly attempted to run the sedan off the roadway along Topeka Street and along Andy Devine Avenue as the driver of the sedan tried to elude Butler.

Butler also allegedly threw a large rock at the sedan, striking the rear passenger door.

Juvenile booked on probation violation

KINGMAN ­ A 17-year-old Kingman girl was arrested at about 3:56 p.m. Sunday on a felony probation violation warrant at a residence in the 3300 block of Lomalia Street.

Following up on a tip, Kingman Police officers booked the 17-year-old into the Mohave County Jail on a Mohave County Superior Court warrant. Her probation officer had remanded her to adult probation.

California warrant leads to local arrest

KINGMAN ­ Kingman Police officers arrested Elijah Matthew Seaman at about 4:58 a.m. Sunday on a felony arrest warrant from California, after the KPD received a call concerning suspicious activity in the 3200 block of East Andy Devine Avenue.

Officers booked Seaman into the Mohave County Jail for a felony arrest warrant from Imperial County Sheriff's Office, El Centro, Calif.

The fugitive from justice warrant indicated the original charge was for a stolen vehicle. Seaman is awaiting extradition to California.

Man arrested on felony warrants

KINGMAN ­ Kingman Police officers responding to a dispute in the 1300 block of Stockton Hill Road arrested Mark Elliot Terry, 51, of Kingman for one felony arrest warrant and one misdemeanor arrest warrant at about 6:50 p.m. Friday.

Officers arrested Terry after a computer check turned up the two arrest warrants. One was through Mohave County Superior Court for felony failure to appear and the second warrant was misdemeanor failure to appear.