Complaints about shoddy tattoos led to the arrests of three adults earlier this week.
A juvenile referral was also made for a 14-year-old in the home reportedly found to be in the possession of marijuana.
Mohave County Sheriff's Spokeswoman Trish Carter said that during an unrelated investigation, two women complained to a deputy about bad tattoos they recently had done by a man who operated out of his home. Operating a tattoo parlor out of a private residence is illegal in Arizona.
One of the tattoos was described as a "demon girl with a devil tail" that extended from the woman's shoulder blades to the small of her back and had poor shading and other problems.
A search warrant was served Monday morning in the 3500 block of Lum Avenue at the home of the alleged artist, 36-year-old Brian Jason Solley. Carter said deputies found what they described as a homemade tattoo gun belonging to Solley.
Carter said deputies also found a metal scale, marijuana and a total of seven pipes in the home.
Ann Marie Caldwell, 33, and Darla Dawn Newell-Mathews, 46, were arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Newell-Mathews was also arrested on a failure to pay fines misdemeanor warrant issued by Kingman Justice Court.
Newell-Mathews' 14-year-old daughter was cited after deputies said they found a pipe and marijuana in the teen's purse. She was released to the custody of a family member.
Solley was booked into the Mohave County Jail on two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of tattooing inside a residence.