On April 7, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested James Michael Tiry, 38, of Kingman for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, and criminal damage, felonies.
According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman, at 3:51 a.m. March 27, deputies responded to the report of an assault at a home in the 3000 block of McVicar Avenue. Deputies arrived and contacted a 38-year-old male victim who said he was hit in the left forearm after Tiry busted into the house through the back door, swinging a crowbar. The victim said that he and his roommate chased Tiry out of the home. The victim also said Tiry busted two windows at the home before leaving. Deputies saw a golf ball-sized lump on the victim’s arm.
Deputies talked to a witness, Tiry’s roommate, who said said that Tiry was beating on the front door before busting his way through the back door. The witness confirmed the victim’s statements. Deputies observed a broken door frame and two windows where glass was broken out. They tried to locate Tiry without success.
At about 1 p.m. April 7, deputies located Tiry at a residence in the 3200 block of Ames Avenue. He was taken into custody without incident. Tiry reportedly denied the attack and being at the victim’s house.
He was transported and booked into the Mohave County jail.
On April 7, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested
Gregory Wayne Rodgers, 29, of Kingman on four felony warrants and one misdemeanor warrant. Kingman Justice Court issued the felony warrants for shoplifting and Mohave County Superior Court issued three warrants for failure to appear. Kingman Justice Court issued the misdemeanor warrant for failure to pay fines.
According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman, deputies responded to a tip regarding the whereabouts Rodgers, a wanted person. Deputies responded to the 3100 block of Northfield Avenue and found Rodgers sitting in the yard. Deputies approached him and advised him of the outstanding warrants. After a brief struggle, Rodgers was taken into custody.
He was transported and booked into the Mohave County jail without incident.
On April 9, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Phillip Edward Butters-Perry, 62, of Golden Valley for possession of a weapon by prohibited person, a felony.
According to a sheriff’s spokeswoman, deputies responded to a report of threats at a residence in the 7000 block of North Colorado Road. Upon arrival, deputies arrived and contacted a man who said that Butters-Perry threated him via a text message because Butters-Perry was mad and impatient about repairs to a vehicle.
Deputies viewed the text message and a computer check showed Butters-Perry was a convicted felon out of Oregon and Washington. Deputies contacted Butters-Perry at a home in the 6100 block of West Franklin Drive who said his friend was taking his time fixing the vehicle. Butters-Perry also said that his friend should be charged with theft.
Deputies learned Butters-Perry allegedly had a .22 caliber rifle. Deputies told him convicted felons are prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm. Butters-Perry reportedly said he thought he could own a gun for home protection.
The weapon was seized and Butters-Perry was taken into custody without incident, transported and booked into the Mohave County jail.
On April 11, Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Anthony Wayne Allen, 22, of Golden Valley for an outstanding felony warrant.