KINGMAN - Kingman Police officers arrested Patrick Jaye Liewer Jr., 18, of Kingman on Tuesday on suspicion of felony possession of marijuana for sale, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs in a "Drug Free School Zone." Any drug offense committed on public property that is within 1,000 feet of a school zone is an aggravating felony violation. At 2 p.m., officers were conducting a random patrol at the skate park inside Firefighter Memorial Park and contacted Liewer. A Mohave County Sheriff's Office K-9 alerted on a bag Liewer was carrying. He was found to be in possession of marijuana and assorted drug paraphernalia commonly used for drug sales. He was booked into the Mohave County Jail.
KINGMAN - The Kingman Police Department is reminding the public that bicycles are prohibited from being used in the skate park east of Kingman Middle School.This park was designed and intended for use by skateboards and skates. Kingman Police will be aggressively enforcing all laws and city ordinances in all of the city parks. Anyone with information of a crime being committed is urged to contact the KPD at 753-2191 or Mohave Silent Witness at 753-1234.
KINGMAN - Mohave County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested James Walter Adcock, 26, of Golden Valley and Bradley Victor Senesac, 20, of Kingman early Saturday morning. Adcock and Senesac were each arrested on suspicion of felony theft of means of transportation and theft, felonies, and Senesac was arrested on suspicion of an additional felony charge of unlawful flight from law enforcement. At 12:15 a.m., deputies observed a Toyota pickup truck traveling at a high rate of speed on Packard Avenue near Tommie Drive with two male occupants. The officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but it continued traveling. Dispatch informed deputies that the vehicle they were following had just been stolen from the 3900 block of Ryan Avenue. A short time later, deputies located the vehicle abandoned in an alley between Butler and Neal avenues. Two men were found walking north on Patsy Drive at Northfield Avenue. Deputies detained the two men and identified them as Adcock and Senesac. Evidence showed the two to be the suspects police were looking for, and Senesac was the driver of the vehicle. Deputies contacted the 18-year-old owner of the vehicle. The owner said he saw men get into his truck and take off. Adcock and Senesac were transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.