County Roundup:Friday, March 4,2011
From the Bullhead City Police Department
A narcotics search warrant resulted in the arrest of two Fort Mohave residents for child abuse and drug sales. At approximately 4 a.m. Sunday, the Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team, with assistance from the Mohave County Sheriff's SWAT team, executed a search warrant in a home located in the 1500 block of Paseo Redondo in Fort Mohave. Police allegedly found a total of approximately 68 grams of methamphetamine. Detectives also found numerous drug paraphernalia items, including three scales with meth residue, packaging material typically used in drug sales and two loaded pistols. One of the guns was reported stolen out of South Carolina. Raymond Richard Gonzales, 42, was arrested for possession of dangerous drugs for sale, possession of dangerous drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, theft and other charges. Gonzales' girlfriend, Crissy Ann Dillman, 24, was also arrested during the warrant for felony child abuse. Loose methamphetamine was located on a table that was within easy reach of Dillman's 4 -year-old
A narcotics search warrant resulted in the arrest of two Bullhead City residents for drug possession and sales on Wednesday. Angel Felix, 42, and his wife Dora Alicia Felix, 45, were arrested for possession of dangerous drugs for sale, possession of dangerous drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of dangerous drugs for sale in a drug-free school zone. At approximately 6:30 a.m., MAGNET executed a search warrant into a home located in the 1900 block of El Monte Drive in Bullhead City. Police allegedly found approximately 35 grams of methamphetamine, roughly four times the threshold amount of possessing dangerous drugs, and seized 74 grams of marijuana. Detectives allegedly found numerous drug paraphernalia items, including bongs, scales with meth residue, and packaging material typically used in drug sales. The Felix residence shares a fence line with a public school. A drug-free school zone is an area within 300 feet of a school or its accompanying grounds. The offense of selling dangerous drugs within a drug-free school zone is the same class of felony as if the crime of selling drugs had not occurred in a school zone (a class 2 felony) but imposes stiffer sentencing and additional fines.