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Mohave 911 - 03/22/06

Crimes and Fires - 03/22/06

KINGMAN – Kingman Police arrested Tommy Lee Dixon Jr., 20, of Golden Shores on Friday night on felony charges of criminal damage/domestic violence, two counts of criminal damage, possession of stolen property and a misdemeanor failure to appear warrant from a previous domestic violence offense.

About 8:50 p.m., officers responded to a reported forced entry into a home in the 2800 block of Georgia Avenue, a news release from the KPD stated.

The female victim stated Dixon, her former boyfriend, had kicked open the front door and confronted her.

He then left the scene driving a newer model motor home.

About 9:30 p.m., officers located the motor home in the downtown area. Attempts to stop it failed, with Dixon allegedly damaging yard fencing and the edge of a residential roof on Copper Street before abandoning the motor home on Turquoise Street and fleeing on foot.

A K-9 unit from the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and Kingman Ranger, the Arizona Department of Public Safety air rescue helicopter, were called in to search for Dixon.

He was located hiding in the attic of a residence in the 100 block of Oak Street and taken into custody after a brief struggle with the K-9 officer.

A records check uncovered the outstanding warrant.

Dixon was booked into Mohave County Jail.

Subsequent investigation determined the motor home, valued at $240,000, was stolen from an RV dealership in Laughlin, Nev.

It received substantial damage resulting from the pursuit.

An additional felony charge of possession of stolen property was added to the booking sheet upon completion of that phase of the investigation, and Dixon is expected to face further charges filed by Nevada authorities.

KINGMAN – Eddie Albert Isaac, 41, and Lynda Ashley, 43, both of Kingman were arrested Friday on felony charges of fraudulent schemes and practices, forgery, theft, possession of forgery devices and identity theft.

About 9:30 a.m., officers were called to a bank in the 2600 block of Stockton Hill Road, where a subject was trying to cash a check believed to be fraudulent, a news release from the KPD stated.

Isaac and Ashley allegedly had opened bank accounts with bogus information and written checks against those bogus accounts.

A subsequent search warrant served at their motel room in the 1900 block of East Andy Devine Avenue led to the discovery of assorted documents and personal information not belonging to either suspect.

Both suspects were booked into Mohave County Jail.

GOLDEN VALLEY – Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Richard Lawrence Turk, 35, of Golden Valley on Saturday on a felony fugitive from justice warrant issued by Madison County Superior Court in Nebraska.

About 8 a.m., deputies contacted Turk near Bouse Road and Chino Drive, a news release from the MCSO stated.

A records check uncovered the warrant. Turk was booked into Mohave County Jail to await extradition.

KINGMAN – Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Michelle O’Sullivan, 21, of Golden Valley on Sunday on a felony charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Deputies responded to a business in the 3300 block of East Andy Devine Avenue, a news release from the MCSO stated.

The reporting party said a customer had left her purse in the store. He added that in looking inside for her identification, he found a glass pipe.

As deputies spoke further with the reporting party, a customer identified as O’Sullivan came into the store looking for her purse. After questioning, she was booked into Mohave County Jail.

DOLAN SPRINGS – A woman was airlifted to University Medical Center in Las Vegas on Monday night following a rollover accident on U.S. 93.

About 6:30 p.m., two units and four personnel from the Lake Mohave Ranchos Fire Department responded to milepost 33, engineer/paramedic Tony DeAngelis said.

The woman was northbound and alone in her vehicle when it rolled over, ejecting her.

Mercy Air personnel flew her from the scene to UMC, DeAngelis said.

No further information was available.

KINGMAN – A fire Tuesday caused an estimated $20,000 damage to a residence and its contents.

About 10:40 a.m., trucks and 13 personnel from the Hualapai Valley Fire Department responded to the 4700 block of Thompson Way, a news release from the HVFD stated. Upon arrival of a first battalion chief, fire and smoke was observed in the rear of the structure.

An aggressive attack was mounted and the fire was contained to the rear of the structure and one bedroom.

The cause of the blaze was determined to be an accidental electrical fire.

No injuries were reported.

KINGMAN – Two men were taken to Kingman Regional Medical Center following a rollover accident Tuesday on Interstate 40.

About 11:48 a.m., two units and four personnel from the Golden Valley Fire Department responded to milepost 40, firefighter Daniel Burgan said.

The men were belted in to their seats when the westbound vehicle rolled. Their injuries were not perceived as life threatening.