Mohave 911 | Sept. 10, 2018

Clemmit Andrew Teidel, Guadalupe G. Martinez-Orozco, Jesse Colin Dyke

Clemmit Andrew Teidel, Guadalupe G. Martinez-Orozco, Jesse Colin Dyke

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and Kingman Police Department reported the following arrests for the week of Sept. 7:

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Clemmit Andrew Teidel

Unlawful flight

After passing vehicles on the left on Harrison Street while evading police, a Kingman man was arrested last week.

Clemmit Andrew Teidel, 22, was arrested by Kingman police officers at about 1:10 p.m. Friday in the area of Beverly Avenue and Harrison Street following a short vehicle pursuit.

Law enforcement attempted to conduct a traffic stop after observing a blue, two-door sedan traveling east on Airway go through a red traffic signal at North Stockton Hill Road. The driver, later identified as Teidel, was the only person in the vehicle. He turned right onto Harrison Street reaching speeds of about 50 mph and passing vehicles on the left.

The officer stopped the pursuit due to safety concerns for the public. Another officer then located Teidel at the intersection of Beverly Avenue and Harrison Street and successfully conducted a traffic stop.

Teidel was arrested for felony unlawful flight from law enforcement and booked into the Mohave County jail.

Drug arrest

Patrick James Campbell, 33 of Kingman, and Delilah Rose MacMillian, 28 of Kingman, were arrested by the Kingman Police Department at about 7:45 p.m. Friday when a patrolling officer came upon a vehicle parked by the water tanks in the 500 block of Anson Smith Road.

Four individuals were inside the parked vehicle. The officer made contact with Campbell and MacMillian, both of whom were passengers. Campbell was in possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia, according to police, and was arrested for felony possession of narcotics. He was booked into Mohave County jail.

MacMillian was found in possession of drug paraphernalia, arrested on felony possession of drug paraphernalia, cited and released.

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Jesse Colin Dyke

Shoplift, drug paraphernalia

Kingman Police responded to an in-progress shoplifting call at Walmart, 3300 block of N. Stockton Hill Road, at about 10:10 p.m. Friday and arrested 38-year-old Kingman transient Jesse Colin Dyke after a short foot pursuit.

The arriving officer was told by a loss prevention employee that the male suspect, later identified as Dyke, was running through the parking lot. There was a short foot pursuit that occurred before Dyke ran toward another officer who was arriving on scene. That officer took Dyke into custody.

Investigation revealed that Dyke had taken a computer and placed it inside of a child seat box before going to the register, where he paid for the seat. He reportedly ran when contacted by a loss prevention employee.

KPD reports that Dyke was in possession of drug paraphernalia and had a warrant for his arrest issued out of California for burglary.

Dyke was arrested for felony shoplifting and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.

Aggravated DUI, misdemeanor warrant arrest

Brent Lee Pettway, 33-year-old Kingman resident, was arrested by Kingman police at about 12:30 a.m. Monday on felony and misdemeanor charges following a traffic stop on a motorcycle for a moving violation in the 4900 block of N. Stockton Hill Road.

The officer made contact with the rider, later identified as Pettway, who according to law enforcement, showed signs of impairment. It was discovered that Pettway had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant and was driving on a suspended license. He was then taken into custody.

Pettway consented to blood alcohol testing, which showed a BAC of 0.163, and a blood draw. He was arrested for felony aggravated DUI while driving on a suspended license, and for two failure to appear misdemeanor warrants for driving on a suspended license.

Pettway was booked into the Mohave County jail. Additional charges may be brought pending blood results.

Unlawful use of retail receipts

Jonathan Lee McGill, 32 of Kingman, was arrested at about 1:45 p.m. Monday following Kingman police responding to Walmart in the 3300 block of N. Stockton Hill Road in reference to a fraudulent return.

According to KPD, the suspect involved in the return was seen leaving the location as a passenger in a vehicle. A KPD officer located the suspect vehicle and the suspect, both of which matched descriptions given. A traffic stop was conducted in the 3500 block of N. Stockton Hill Road, at which time McGill was taken into custody.

According to law enforcement, McGill admitted to using an old receipt from a previous purchase, selecting a new item from the store and returning it for cash. He was arrested for felony unlawful use of retail sales receipts.

The female driver was not involved and was released.

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Guadalupe G. Martinez-Orozco

Fugitive from justice arrest

Kingman police officers arrested Guadalupe G. Martinez-Orozco, 26-year-old Kingman resident, at about 11:55 p.m. Monday on multiple warrants.

Police responded to Safeway in the 3900 block of N. Stockton Hill Road for a female slumped over in her vehicle. The officer contacted the female, Martinez-Orozco, who was asleep in the vehicle. She was found to have three warrants: felony probation violation warrant, contempt of court for failure to pay warrants, and a post adjudication warrant.

She was arrested for those warrants and booked into Mohave County jail.

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Matthew Marshall Palmer

Assault with bodily fluids

During a special cell and housing search over the holiday weekend, an inmate allegedly became unruly and assaulted a detention supervisors using bodily fluids.

Inmate Matthew Marshall Palmer, 34, of Lake Havasu allegedly became resistive toward officers conducing the searches and spit saliva in the face and eyes of a detention supervisor.

Palmer in October 2017, has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault after he attacked an assaulted another detention officer causing significant injuries. That case has not been adjudicated.

Palmer has been in Mohave County custody since 2016 on aggravated assault and weapons charges also is being held as a fugitive from California where he has burglary related charges pending in the state.

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Lance Michael Sepulveda

Drugs possession

Lance Michael Sepulveda, 19, of Kingman was arrested Sept. 3 for possession of marijuana, dangerous drug possession, narcotic drug possession, and drug paraphernalia possession.

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies observed Sepulveda in the area of Snavely Avenue and Lomita Street. Deputies knew Sepulveda from previous contacts and knew him to have active arrest warrants.

Sepulveda was detained and a pat search revealed .75 grams of marijuana, .2 grams of methamphetamine and .1 gram of heroin in his pocket.

Lance Michael Sepulveda was arrested and booked into Mohave County Jail without incident.

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Matthew Lowell Mansbridge

Aggravated assault, criminal damage

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Matthew Lowell Mansbridge, 29, of Golden Valley Wednesday for two counts of aggravated assault on an officer and criminal damage.

Deputies responded to the area of Bouse Road in reference to a criminal damage that had occurred. Deputies made contact with the victim who advised that he had been driving when he observed a male subject walking down the road and was making aggressive movements towards his truck.

The male subject then began throwing rocks at the truck with on shattering the back window. The male subject then fled the scene on foot.

The subject was described as a white male, very skinny with long hair. Deputies searched the area but came up with negative results.

A few hours later, deputies made contact with the subject, identified as Mansbridge, in the area on Highway 68 and Horn Road and he denied the involvement.

He was then detained and placed into the deputy’s vehicle for transport to jail. During transport, Mansbridge was verbally aggressive with deputies and began kicking and spitting at them.

Deputies attempted to place leg shackles on Mansbridge to prevent further damage, when a deputy was kicked in the back and another deputy was spit on.

Matthew Lowell Mansbridge was arrested and booked into the Mohave County Jail.