Kingman Police Utilize Narcan and Save Overdose Victim
On Oct 15, at approximately 3:45 a.m., Kingman Police responded to a reported heroin overdose victim. Upon arrival, officers found an unresponsive 29-year-old male victim who was showing signs of an opioid overdose. The officer administered Narcan to the victim, which began reversing the effects of the drug overdose. Kingman Fire and River Medical responded and took over patient care.
This is the first use of Narcan since the Kingman Police Department conducted training and implemented Narcan for use in early October. The Narcan program has been implemented at no cost to the community using drug seizure asset RICO funds.
On Oct. 14, at approximately 10 p.m., Kingman Police arrested Brandon Jay Havatone, 24 of Kingman, in the 2600 block of North Stockton Hill Road on a felony charge of robbery. This arrest stemmed after police responded to a disturbance in the 2600 block of North Stockton Hill Road. Upon police arrival, an officer observed a female subject with blood on her who stated a male suspect stole her phone and was running down Airfield Avenue. Officers located the suspect, identified as Havatone, on foot at Main Street and Atlantic Avenue. Havatone was transported to Kingman Regional Medical Center as he was bleeding from several lacerations.
The investigation revealed that the 48-year-old female victim refused service to Havatone who became aggressive, tackled the female victim to the ground causing injury to her legs. The victim had a kitchen knife and cut Havatone in the hand in self-defense before Havatone fled the scene taking the victim’s phone. The victim walked to a nearby business and asked employees to help her call 911.
Once medically released by the doctor, Havatone was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.
Alleged: Aggravated Harassment
On Oct. 15, at approximately 9:35 a.m., Kingman Police arrested Thomas Wayne Hood III, 25 of Kingman, in the 2000 block of Davis Avenue on a felony charge of domestic violence by aggravated harassment, and misdemeanor charges of criminal damage and disorderly conduct both by domestic violence. This arrest occurred after police responded to a domestic disturbance at a residence in the 2000 block of Davis Avenue where the suspect left in a vehicle prior to officer arrival. Officers were able to locate the suspect vehicle and conducted a traffic stop in the area of Pasadena Avenue and North Stockton Hill Road and took the suspect, identified as Hood, into custody. Officers contacted the 34-year-old female victim who had an active order of protection against Hood, her husband, which prevents him from contacting her. The investigation revealed that Hood had contacted the victim, violating the order of protection, and an argument ensued during which time Hood had broken several items inside of the residence prior to leaving in his vehicle.
Hood was ultimately arrested and booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.
Alleged: Aggravated Harassment
On Oct 15, at approximately 9:35 a.m., Kingman Police arrested Julie Ann McCoy, 29 of Kingman, in the 1000 block of Sycamore Avenue for a felony charge of aggravated harassment. This arrest stemmed after police responded to a reported violation of order of protection at a residence in the 1000 block of Sycamore Avenue. The suspect, identified as McCoy, was banging on a door trying to enter the victim’s residence. Officers responded and located McCoy and took her into custody.
McCoy, who admitted to banging on the door trying to get inside to get her things, was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.
Alleged: Aggravated Domestic Violence
On Oct. 15, at approximately 5:50 p.m., Kingman Police arrested Jessica Anne Bucci, 43 of Kingman, in the 1800 block of Miami Avenue on a felony charge of aggravated domestic violence and domestic violence by disorderly conduct. Officers responded to a reported domestic disturbance in the 1800 block of Miami Ave. Upon arrival, officers made contact with a 39-year-old male victim and a 43-year-old female suspect, identified as Bucci. The investigation revealed that Bucci, had an altercation with her husband and had become disorderly kicking nearby objects and grabbing the victim by the shirt and pulling him to the ground.
Bucci, who has been previously arrested for domestic violence on four other incidents, was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility for felony aggravated domestic violence and disorderly conduct. Alcohol is believed to be a factor.
Alleged: Felony Disorderly Conduct
On Oct. 16, at approximately 6:20 p.m., Kingman Police arrested Jonathon Michael Flanders, 29 of Kingman, in the 3800 block of North Roosevelt Street on a felony charge of disorderly conduct. This arrest occurred after police responded to reported gun shots heard in the area of the 3800 block of North Roosevelt Street with a subject standing on the porch of his apartment with a weapon. Officers responded on scene and made contact with two male subjects, 29-year-old Flanders, who had been consuming alcohol and another 30-year-old male. The investigation revealed that Flanders fired off a round from his 9mm handgun into the air near his apartment complex.
Flanders, who admitted his involvement, was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.
Alleged: Injury accident, aggravated assault
On Oct. 15, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Jose Vidal Sepras, 55, of Dolan Springs, for aggravated assault – temporary disfigurement, a felony.
Approximately 9:30 p.m., deputies responded to the 14800 block of Frontier Drive regarding a male and female subject being struck by a neighbor who may be intoxicated. Upon arrival, deputies discovered that the incident was a two vehicle collision with injuries. Sepras was the driver and sole occupant of a white Ford truck which was parked along the north side of Frontier Drive, in front of his residence.
A green van driven by a male subject and his wife as passenger were returning home as they traveled west on Frontier Drive. As they passed by the white Ford, they recognized Sepras their neighbor in the driver seat and they continued to their residence across from Sepras’ property. As the male driver was getting back into the driver’s seat of his van from opening up his front gate, the white Ford accelerated towards him and struck the driver’s side of the van, causing the van to spin. The white Ford continued traveling into an empty field behind the van where the truck got high centered on brush and stopped.
Sepras exited the truck and fell to the ground. The 60-year-old female passenger in the van sustained a large frontal head wound and was transported to Kingman Regional Medical Center by Lake Mohave Ranchos Fire Department personnel. Apparently, Sepras was stumbling around and yelling. It was reported that Sepras had a handgun with him, but he did not threaten anyone or attempt to use it. Deputies determined that Sepras was highly intoxicated and sustained a laceration to his nose from the collision.
Sepras was taken into custody and transported to Kingman Regional Medical Center where a blood draw was conducted which will be submitted to DPS Crime Lab for further analysis. Sepras was treated and medically released. Sepras was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail without incident. Further charges are pending the results of the blood draw.
On Oct. 14, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Jon Marc Bourland III, 27, and a 26-year-old man, both of Kingman.
Bourland was arrested on two felony warrants for probation violations issued by Mohave County Superior Court and a misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear issued by Kingman Justice Court. The man he was with was with was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear issued by Kingman Municipal Court. Approximately 10:15 a.m., deputies observed Bourland in front of a residence in the 3600 block of East Quail Lane. Deputies knew Bourland to have warrants. As deputies stopped, they further observed Bustamante run into the house. During the investigation, deputies learned that Bustamante was also in the residence. Announcements were made for Bourland to exit the residence. After several announcements, Bourland came to the front door where he was taken into custody without incident. A records check showed the 26 year-old to have a warrant. Deputies contacted him inside the residence regarding his active warrant where he was taken into custody without incident.
They were transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail without incident.
Alleged: Drugs, warrants
On Oct. 14, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Vanessa Anne Woods-Carmody, 37, of Kingman, for resisting arrest, possession of dangerous drugs, possession of narcotic drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, all felonies, along with six misdemeanor warrants.
Approximately 2 p.m., deputies responded to a possible trespasser identified as Woods-Carmody at a business in the 2100 block of East Gordon Drive. Upon arrival, deputies observed her backing out of a parking space. Deputies contacted her and instructed her to stop her vehicle and step out. Deputies knew Woods-Carmody to have active warrants.
As deputies were taking her into custody, she resisted. Woods-Carmody kicked off of the vehicle in front of her to attempt to free herself from the deputies. She was taken into custody.
A records check confirmed her to have a shoplifting warrant issued by Kingman Justice Court and the following warrants issued by Kingman Municipal Court; a probation violation and four failure to appear.
A search of Woods-Carmody’s vehicle revealed several pills identified as narcotic drugs, a plastic bag containing a white crystal substance and two glass pipes.
She was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.