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Mohave 911 - 03/30/06

Crimes and Fires - 03/30/06

CHLORIDE – Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Robert Patrick Hartigan, 45, of Fort Mohave on Tuesday night on felony charges of aggravated assault and burglary.

About 8:20 p.m., deputies responded to a disturbance in the 4900 block of Schuylkill Avenue, a news release from the MCSO stated.

The 55-year-old male victim stated Hartigan had come into his residence without permission and began hitting him. The victim alleged Hartigan smashed the passenger side of his vehicle as he left the premises.

Deputies observed injuries to the victim, who refused medical treatment.

Hartigan reportedly left the area driving a brown and tan van with chrome wheels.

About 9:30 p.m., deputies observed the vehicle in the area of Highway 95 and El Rodeo in Mohave Valley and stopped it. They contacted Hartigan and observed injuries to his face.

After questioning, Hartigan was taken into custody and booked into the Mohave County District II Substation.

KINGMAN – Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Alan Fredrick Green Jr., 36, of Kingman early Sunday on five warrants issued by Kingman Justice Court.

One was a felony warrant for criminal damage. There also were four misdemeanor warrants – three for failure to appear and one for failure to pay fines.

About 12:20 a.m., deputies contacted a male subject, identified as Green, as he walked in the area of Tommie Drive and Neal Avenue, a news release from the MCSO stated.

A records check uncovered the warrants. Green was booked into Mohave County Jail.

KINGMAN – The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is warning local residents of two scams.

Victims have reported getting calls from someone claiming to represent Publisher’s Clearing House saying the person called has won $250,000. The caller asks for $500 to claim the prize.

The Sheriff’s Office believes this is another scam attempt and urges residents not to give out personal information over the phone. If you suspect fraud, contact your local law enforcement agency.

The second scam involves a service in which one reporting party stated he got a call from someone claiming to be with the water company. The caller said he would be coming by to do an inspection.

The reporting party became suspicious, contacted the water company and learned nobody from the company was doing home inspections. Do not give out personal information to callers and report suspicious calls to your local law enforcement agency or when you suspect a trespasser on your property.

KINGMAN – On Tuesday around midnight, a Kingman police officer stopped a vehicle at the 1800 block of Miami Avenue for a traffic violation. The driver, Eric Anderson Samarripa, 27, was driving with a suspended driver’s license. 

Police said Samarripa possessed an assortment of drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine. A search of the vehicle revealed an illegally possessed handgun. Samarripa was booked into Mohave County Jail and charged with driving on a suspended license, class one misdemeanor; prohibited possession of a firearm, class five felony; possession of dangerous drugs, class four felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, class six felony.

Samarripa was charged with three misdemeanor warrants out of Kingman Justice Court and Kingman Municipal Court for failure to appear charges. A passenger in the vehicle was released from the scene with no charges filed.