On Sept. 20, Kingman Police officers arrested Charles J. Hood, 50, of Kingman on a felony charge of aggravated assault and misdemeanor charges of weapons misconduct and false reporting. Officers responded to a disturbance call at an apartment in the 1000 block of Beverly Avenue after a caller advised two men were arguing and one of them was threatening to use a knife on the other. Hood had left the residence, but was located a short distance away. Hood reportedly gave police officers a false name. The investigation revealed Hood allegedly brandished a knife and threatened the victim. Police said he later admitted his involvement and he was ultimately booked into the Mohave County jail. Police believe the use of alcohol played a role in the dispute.
On Sept. 22, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Roger J. Broadbeck, 35, of Kingman on a felony charge of unlawful use of means of transportation. Deputies responded to a stolen vehicle report in the 4600 block of Powell Avenue at about noon. About five hours later, a Kingman Police officer located the car at a home in the 3200 block of Sage Street and contacted the MCSO. Deputies responded and arrested Broadbeck, who was taken into custody without incident.
On Sept. 23, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Sasha N. Baker, 25, on a felony warrant for probation violation issued by Mohave County Superior Court and a misdemeanor count of providing false information. Deputies contacted Baker and another woman as they were riding bicycles at about 10 minutes after midnight in the area of Mallard Drive and Diagonal Way. Both of them reportedly provided false names. A description of Baker's tattoos was entered into a database and revealed her identity. The other woman was arrested on misdemeanor charges. They were taken into custody without incident.
On Sept. 24, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Verjean Amy Fox, 48, of Kingman on a felony charge of trafficking in stolen property. The alleged victim on Sept. 5 reported her wedding ring was missing and that Fox, her housekeeper, had been one of the only people inside the residence. A friend of the alleged victim confronted Fox, who returned the ring after first denying she had the item. The woman inventoried her jewelry and discovered additional items were missing. On Sept. 24, deputies obtained a warrant and searched Fox's home. They reportedly found other pieces of jewelry that belong to the alleged victim. Fox, according to deputies, admitted to taking the items. She was taken into custody without incident.