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February 20, 2017 - 11:24am
Amnest Day Coming to Bullhead City on Friday
The Bullhead City Municipal Court is holding Amnesty Day this week. Amnesty Day is a day in which anyone with warrants or Failure to Appear on their record can make good on their efforts without being arrested. If you have fines to pay, you can pay them that day or appear before a judge to ask for a payment plan. For a Failure to Appear, the judge will set up a new court date in which you may be able to resume your case. Amnesty Day takes place this Friday, February 24th from 8am to 5pm. You can check for warrants on the web site or for more information, call the court at 928-763-0130.

February 20, 2017 - 11:23am
Kingman Man Sentenced to 35 Years in Prison on Sex Crimes Against Children
A 45-year-old Kingman man is facing 35 years in prison and a lifetime of supervised probation after allegedly sexually abusing three small children. Mark Anthony Sandoval allegedly abused girls who were between the ages of two and eight at the time. Sandoval was charged with 20 counts of sexual crimes against children, including sexual assault and in a second case, he was charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. In a third case, Sandoval allegedly failed to comply with sex offender registration requirements. Sandoval was also previously convicted on similar charges and spent four years in prison for those charges.

February 20, 2017 - 11:22am
11th Teen in High School Prank Case Takes Plea Agreement
19-year-old Nikayla Ashlyn Swenson took a plea agreement in the case involving a school prank last spring. Swenson is the final teen out of 11 whom were involved in a prank at Mohave High School, causing thousands of dollars worth of criminal damage. The teens broke into the school, painting profanities and offensive drawings and comments onto the doors and walls of the school. The damage was estimated at around $6,000. The former students had to pay $6,200 in restitution as well as face charges. Swenson will be sentenced on March 17th. The other students involved in the case were sentenced to probation. Swenson is also expected to serve two years on probation as well as spend a month in jail.

February 20, 2017 - 11:22am
Wikieup Man in Court Tomorrow
A Wikieup man accused of shooting at kayakers and holding them hostage at gunpoint has his day in court tomorrow. 66-year-old Danny Eugene Button was indicted by a Mohave County Grand Jury and is set to be arraigned tomorrow on charges of attempted second-degree murder, aggravated assault, endangerment, kidnapping and disorderly conduct involving a weapon. Button allegedly fired several rounds of ammunition at kayakers on Burro Creek. The kayakers were camping not far from where they were kayaking. Three kayakers were forced out of the water at gunpoint and told they were on Button’s property. Search and rescue members found the fourth kayaker about 7 or 8 miles south of the campground.

February 17, 2017 - 10:34am
B-17 "Flying Fortress" Bomber Plane Tours and Rides Offered This Weekend
The Experimental Aircraft Association’s B-17G Aluminum Overcast Bomber aircraft is in Kingman on a tour of the Southwest. You can go see this amazing aircraft at the Kingman Airport today through Sunday. Tours will be given from 2 to 5pm daily for $10 per person. An entire family can tour the aircraft inside and out for only $20. Veterans and active military personnel are able to get a tour free of charge. If you’d like the opportunity for a once-in-a-lifetime ride in the Flying Fortress airplane, the cost is $435 for EAA members and $475 for non-members and includes a one-year membership to the Experimental Aircraft Association. The B-17 was one of World War II’s most vital aircraft. For more information, call 1-800-359-6217 or visit

February 17, 2017 - 10:33am
Winter Blast Lights Up Havasu This Weekend
Winter Blast is coming up this weekend in Lake Havasu City and the skies will be lit up, beginning around 5pm. The event kicks off tonight and runs each night through Sunday, with the majority of the fireworks being lit around 7:30 each night of the event. The Western Pyrotechnics Association is holding their 28th annual event, complete with special effects and a larger display on Saturday night. If you’d like to park, you’ll need to get there early. Gates open at 3pm at the southern entrance of Sara Park at $5 per car plus $5 per passenger over 12 years old. Parking is not allowed on Highway 95 and there are no pets, personal fireworks or campfires permitted. Officials are hoping the rain won’t dampen the festivities. For more information, visit

February 17, 2017 - 09:59am
Owner of Animal Rescue is Charged with Animal Cruelty
The woman who founded the RUFFF animal rescue is being charged with three counts of animal cruelty. Charges were filed against Hillarie Allison after the Mohave County Board of Supervisors voted to revoke the RUFFF organization’s permit. The Mohave County Health Department said there were a number of code violations, including unsanitary living conditions and animals in need of medical care and grooming. Many of the fixtures at the 40,000-acre Golden Valley property were also allegedly not in good working order. Allison will be in court on March 22nd for a hearing.

February 16, 2017 - 10:19am
American Airlines Kicks Off Flights Today from Laughlin / Bullhead International Airport
Bullhead / Laughlin International Airport is holding a celebration today as they kick off commercial flights into the hub in Phoenix. American Airlines’ American Eagle will fly into Laughlin / Bullhead International Airport with fire trucks shooting water cannons over the plane as it taxis in. Afterwards, the first outbound flight to Phoenix will board and passengers will take the first flight to Phoenix before heading to destinations all around the world. There will be giveaways as well as cake and champagne for those heading inbound and outbound on those flights today. The public can come and watch the celebration up close. For flight information or to book a flight, go to

February 16, 2017 - 10:19am
Property Values Inching Upwards
Property values in the Tri-State are slowing inching upwards. Homeowners have seen, on average, a 3 percent increase in the value of their properties. Officials say the value may continue to go up in the next five years or so. That means more money in taxes. According to the county tax assessor, if you feel you’ve been assessed too much in value, you can appeal the decision. If your appeal is rejected, you can file an amended appeal with the state Board of Equalization or contact a tax court or tax attorney for more assistance. There are certain exemptions, such as those of veterans with disabilities.

February 16, 2017 - 10:18am
KPD Calls Increase and Crime Increases in Kingman
The amount of calls the Kingman Police Department have been getting has gone up dramatically. That’s according to their annual report that was just released. Calls have gone up about 25 percent over the past year. Robbery has increased 62 percent, with thefts jumping up 25 percent and burglaries increasing 70 percent in the last year or so. Substance abuse has also increased by almost half. Police officials say an increase in drug use, such as heroin and prescription narcotics has led to a rise in crime, including vehicle burglaries. Adult arrests increased 65 percent, with overall arrests increasing 49 percent. The number of traffic accidents has increased as well, by about 23 percent and domestic violence incidents have also gone up about 23 percent.

February 16, 2017 - 09:42am
SWAT Team Standoff Details Released
Details have been released on a SWAT Team standoff that took place in Bullhead City on Friday. A suspect allegedly was caught on video, stealing jewelry from K-Mart. The suspect also allegedly stole a utility trailer that detectives say they found in the man’s driveway.43-year-old David Koryta was arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft. 32-year-old Melchor Montenegro Barroso was also arrested at the residence for an outstanding failure to appear warrant. Another suspect, 55-year-old Graig Mitchell Salzer tunneled his way out of the residence when police shot tear gas inside. He was arrested after being found under a neighbor’s trailer. An investigation is still underway

February 15, 2017 - 1:11pm
Officials Discuss Upcoming Field House Event Center Project
Voters in Bullhead City approved the $35 million bond that would put about $14 million into school campus improvements at Mohave High School and River Valley High School and community leaders are talking about the upcoming project. Part of that bond money would also be spent on what’s being called the Field House. The Field House is a large multi-purpose athletic event center that would accommodate several different types of sporting events. Large and smaller locker rooms, a press area, staging and seating areas are also being factored into the space. In addition, concession stands, a full-service kitchen, box office and of course meeting and banquet space is also being worked into the overall design. The initial plan includes about 8,000 square feet of storage space as well as seating for about 5,000 at an event, with about 1,400 parking spaces.