On April 16, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested James Harley Corbin Jr., 36, of Kingman for possession of dangerous drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, felonies.
According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman, deputies conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Hearne Avenue at Bank Street and contacted Corbin, the driver.
Corbin reportedly admitted to having marijuana in a lock box in the vehicle. A search of the box allegedly revealed a black sticky substance, a glass pipe with residue and a plastic bag containing marijuana.
Corbin was taken into custody without incident, transported and booked into the Mohave County jail.
On April 17, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Edward Troy Stoffers, 54, of Kingman on a felony warrant issued by Kingman Justice Court for dangerous drugs violation and drug paraphernalia violation.
According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman, deputies conducted a traffic stop at Roosevelt Street at Butler Avenue.
A records check showed Stoffers, the driver, to have an outstanding warrant.
He was taken into custody without incident, transported and booked into the Mohave County jail.
On April 19, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Norman Allen Gustason, 46, of Kingman for burglary, a felony.
According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman, deputies responded to a report of a prowler in the 2600 block of Suffock Avenue. Deputies contacted a witness who said a man wearing a white shirt and blue pants went in the neighbors’ backyard across the street.
The witness also said the man threw a gun in the driveway of the home. Deputies went to the home and retrieved a revolver on the ground with a wood plaque laying nearby. Deputies entered the property and didn’t find anyone outside, but saw someone inside the home.
Deputies knocked on the door and a man, later identified as Gustason, wearing a white shirt and blue pants answered. Deputies asked him about the revolver and plaque located on the ground. He reportedly said he lived at the home and put the gun and plaque outside.
Deputies noticed Gustason was acting strange. Paramedics responded and transported him to Kingman Regional Medical Center.
Nobody else was at the home, so deputies left a business card. A 38-year-old homeowner later contacted deputies and said Gustason did not live at the home. Deputies learned Gustason lives at another home in the same block.
Deputies returned the wooden plaque and the revolver to the homeowner. Gustason was medically released from KRMC, where deputies took him into custody without incident. He was transported and booked into the Mohave County jail.