MCSO arrests uneasy rider

Carrissa Bobak

Carrissa Bobak

KINGMAN - On Nov. 17, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Carrissa Bobak, 21, of Kingman on felony charges of possession of dangerous drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and a misdemeanor failure to appear warrant issued by Kingman Justice Court.

Deputies reportedly watched as drivers veered around Bobak in the area of Northern and Butler avenues at about 5:40 p.m. She was on a bicycle and appeared to have trouble controlling it.

They stopped her and reportedly noticed she was having a difficult time standing still. A record check revealed the warrant and she was taken into custody without incident. A search allegedly revealed Bobak was in possession of a syringe that contained methamphetamine.

Harassment

On Nov. 14, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Patricia Yvette Pena, 32, of Kingman on a felony charge of aggravated harassment by domestic violence.

Deputies responded to a disturbance call in the 2600 block of Neal Avenue shortly after 11 p.m.

The caller told deputies he has an order of protection against Pena and that Pena was waiting for him on his front porch when he arrived home.

After confirming the order was active, deputies contacted Pena, who reportedly told them she thought the order had expired.

Multiple charges

A Kingman man learned the hard way that nothing good happens after midnight.

On Nov. 20, Kingman Police officers arrested Earl Joseph Carter, 30, of Kingman on felony charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of narcotics, possession of narcotics for sale, possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor charges of false reporting, failure to identify and driving on a suspended license. Carter also had two warrants for his arrest, one for felony possession of methamphetamine issued by Mohave County Superior Court and one for felony trespassing issued by Kingman Justice Court.

Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 3600 block of Andy Devine Avenue at about 2:10 a.m.

Carter allegedly provided officers with a false name, but they learned his identity. A record check revealed the warrants and Carter was taken into custody.

A search allegedly revealed he possessed meth, narcotics packaged for individual sales and drug paraphernalia.

He was taken into custody without incident.

Fugitive nabbed

On Nov. 15, Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested Michael Keith Young, 29, of Kingman on two felony fugitive from justice warrants issued out of California, along with misdemeanor charges of trespassing and resisting arrest.

Deputies stopped a vehicle traveling in the area of McVicar Avenue and Bank Street at about 7:25 a.m. Young, the passenger, allegedly gave deputies a false name, and then ran from them when they attempted to take him into custody, according to sheriff's office spokeswoman Trish Carter.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety Ranger helicopter and Kingman Police officers assisted, along with K9 Ecko and his handler.

Ecko reportedly located Young hiding in bushes on a property in the 2900 block of Northfield Avenue.

Young was taken into custody without further incident.

Narcotics

On Nov. 20, Kingman Police officers arrested Clayton M. Farnsworth, 19, of Kingman on felony chares of possession of dangerous drugs, possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officers responded to a trespassing call in the 200 block of Beale Street at 7:45 a.m. Farnsworth was sleeping in a car and reportedly refused to leave when police were called.

A search allegedly revealed he was in possession of methamphetamine and prescription pills for which he did not have a prescription.