Mohave 911 - 05/16/06
Crimes and Fires - 05/16/06
KINGMAN – Kingman police arrested Kevin Charles Titus, 59, Friday afternoon on charges of failing to register as a sex offender and weapons misconduct.
After receiving information that Titus was a sexual offender absconder from Colorado, officers contacted Titus at about 1 p.m. at a motel complex in the 1400 block of Andy Devine Avenue where he was employed as a manager during the last year, according to a KPD news release.
Titus had been identifying himself as Chuck Joseph Titus since moving to Kingman a year ago, and failed to register as a sex offender in Mohave County, the release adds. During contact, Titus was allegedly carrying a handgun, which is against the law for convicted felons.
Titus was taken into custody and booked into the Mohave County Jail, charged with failure to register as a sex offender and weapons misconduct, both felonies.
KINGMAN – Kingman Police arrested Krisdrea L. Panell, 49, and William T. Moore, 43, both of Kingman Friday night on a felony charge of criminal damage.
Police responded to a call of a possible burglary at a residence in the 400 block of Park Street, where they discovered that two people allegedly had been throwing rocks and breaking windows at the residence because of a dispute with a resident of the house, according to a KPD news release.
Police arrested Panell and Moore and booked them into Mohave County Jail.
KINGMAN – Mohave County Sheriff’s detectives arrested William Earl Shires, 56, of Kingman on Friday on a felony probation violation warrant issued by Mohave County Superior Court and misdemeanor warrants from Kingman Justice Court charging him with harassment, threatening and failure to pay fines.
Detectives contacted Shires in the 2600 block of John L Avenue regarding his outstanding warrants, a news release from the MCSO stated. Shires was taken into custody without incident and booked into Mohave County Jail.
KINGMAN – Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Aaron Michael Roark, 18, of Kingman on Friday night on a felony charge of aggravated assault/domestic violence and misdemeanor probation violation warrant out of Kingman Municipal Court.
About 5:36 p.m., deputies responded to domestic disturbance call in the 2000 block of Thompson Avenue, a news release from the MCSO stated.
A dispatcher informed deputies that the reporting party said her brother, identified as Roark, stabbed her husband. Dispatch further advised Roark was last seen pushing a gray Pontiac Trans Am east on Thompson Avenue toward Benton Street.
While headed to the scene, deputies observed a male subject pushing a Pontiac Trans Am east on Leroy Avenue. They contacted and detained the subject, identified as Roark.
Deputies questioned Roark and then responded to the residence, where emergency personnel were treating the victim.
A records check on Roark turned up the warrant. He was booked into Mohave County Jail.