News Briefs: Monday, July 2, 2012

Ariz. GOP delegate indicted for attack

An Arizona Republican delegate has been indicted after Kingman police said she pointed a gun at a repo man and led authorities on a chase.

The Mohave Valley Daily News reports that a grand jury indicted last week 68-year-old Sharon Kay Holmes on two counts of aggravated assault, one count of unlawful flight from law enforcement and one count of criminal damage.

According to Kingman police, Holmes pointed a gun at a repo agent attempting to repossess her Jeep. While her Jeep was hooked up to the tow truck, police said she got into her vehicle and tried to drive off. She then led police on a brief chase.

It was unclear if Holmes has an attorney.

Holmes was a delegate to a GOP convention in Phoenix in May.

Kingman seminar empowers kids

Southwest Behavioral Health is hosting a Good Touch Bad Touch Lunch & Learn presentation on how to protect and empower our children from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at the Southwest Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic, 2215 Hualapai Mountain Road.

The program teaches children that most touches are good and most people want to help keep kids safe. Good Touch Bad Touch also empowers children to say "no" when they are being hurt. The program includes information about bullying, Internet safety/cyber-bulling and how to be a good friend to someone who is being abused.

The presentation is free. Seating is limited. For more information, contact Chaz Martinez at (928) 310-1701. RSVP at (928) 753-9387 or email chazm@sbhservices.org.