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Mohave 911: Sunday, May 2, 2010

KINGMAN - Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested David Allen Farrar, 46, of Golden Valley April 25 for criminal damage, possession of dangerous drugs, both felonies, and several warrants. Deputies responded to a call in the 6900 block of Laguna Road around 9:30 a.m. and contacted a 43-year-old female. She said they were leaving the residence when Farrar became upset and broke two windows on the vehicle and hit the hood with a shovel. She said that Farrar told her if she contacted law enforcement, he would assault her. Deputies allegedly observed approximately $1,500 worth of damage to the vehicle. Deputies contacted Farrar and he was arrested without incident. During conversations, Farrar allegedly admitted to damaging the vehicle. A search revealed Farrar to be in possession of a plastic bag containing a white substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine. A check showed Farrar to have three outstanding warrants for theft of a vehicle and a warrant for conducting a chop shop, all felonies, issued by Mohave County Superior Court.

KINGMAN - Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested John Joseph Aldridge, 50 and Donald Eugene Butrymowicz, 42, both of Kingman for felony burglary. Deputies responded to the Kingman Industrial Park in reference to items being taken from a business. As deputies were responding, they learned that the vehicles were leaving the scene. Deputies observed one of the vehicles and conducted a traffic stop. Deputies contacted the driver, identified as Butrymowicz. A short time later, deputies conducted a traffic stop on the other vehicle involved and contacted the driver, identified as Aldridge. While speaking with deputies, the men allegedly admitted to taking the items and selling them for scrap metal. Deputies spoke with the manager of the business, who advised that they sell the scrap metal themselves and Aldridge and Butrymowicz did not have permission to take the property.