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October 20, 2017 - 12:14pm
Howl-O-Ween Takes Place Tomorrow in Bullhead City
Howl-O-Ween takes place tomorrow at the Tractor Supply Company on Hancock Road in Bullhead City. The event is a fundraiser for the Mohave County Sheriff’s K-9 Foundation and all proceeds will go to the organization. It’s sponsored by Swanty’s Chrysler Dodge-Jeep-Ram of Bullhead City and Cameron Broadcasting. You can dress your pet up in costume and show up at the event from 1 to 3pm. In addition to the pet costume contest, the event will feature information booths on how to care for your pets, as well as raffle prizes, games, music, face painting and a trunk-or-treat for the kids. The event is hosted by the Bullhead City Animal Shelter and you can drop off donations of pet food, cat litter, towels and blankets. The shelter will also accept monetary donations and you can get discounted pet licenses if you live in Bullhead City and bring rabies paperwork. For more information on the event, call 928-758-8464.

October 20, 2017 - 12:13pm
One of Three Alleged Armed Robbers Arrested
24-year-old Corey Paul Thomas of Kingman has been arrested for allegedly being involved in an October 2nd home invasion robbery. Police say Thomas allegedly admitted to being one of the three masked men who forced their way into a home where seven roommates in their 20s lived. If you have any information on any of the other suspects, you’re asked to contact the Kingman Police Department or the Mohave Silent Witness hotline.

October 20, 2017 - 12:12pm
Bullhead City Man Jailed on Child Molestation Charges
A 40-year-old Bullhead City man is in jail after two little girls, age 8 and 9 said they had been molested. Michael David Barrett allegedly admitted to viewing and downloading sexual images of minor children; however, he denied touching the children. Barrett is charged with 10 counts of aggravated assault on a minor. He’s also charged with puncturing one of the victims’ wrists with a needle.

October 20, 2017 - 12:11pm
Celebration of Life Tomorrow for Bullhead City Man
A Celebration of Life is set to take place tomorrow for the Bullhead City man who was killed in the Las Vegas massacre. Services for 61-year-old retired truck driver Brett Schwanbeck will be held tomorrow in Williams, Arizona. The memorial will be held at 2pm at the Williams Rodeo Grounds on Airport Road. Brett was attending the concert with his fiancée, Anna Orozco, who was not hurt in the shooting. Brett suffered a head wound and was one of the 59 victims of the attack that took place at the Route 91 Harvest Festival .

October 19, 2017 - 11:53am
Mistreatment of Animals Banned
A resolution was voted in during the Kingman City Council meeting, banning the mistreatment of animals in traveling shows, such as circuses. Circuses themselves, however, are not banned. Anyone who wants to bring a circus to town will be denied if they have documented mistreatment of their animals. Many citizens showed up for public comment, both for and against the proposed ordinance that would have banned the shows. Rodeos, dog shows, 4-H Exhibits, FFA showings and activities by the Arizona Game and Fish are not affected by the resolution.

October 19, 2017 - 11:52am
Walk Away from Drugs and 5K Run Coming Up
The Bullhead City police and fire departments are holding their 11th Annual Walk Away from Drugs and 5K Run. Red Ribbon Week starts next week and all participants are encouraged to wear red and hold signs showing their commitment to a drug-free lifestyle. The event takes place on October 25th at 5pm at Ken Fovargue Park on Trane Road. You don’t have to register; however, medals will be handed out to first-place winners. The walk is 1.5 miles or if you’d like to run the 3.1 miles, you can find out more information by going to the city’s web site at buillheadcity.com. Beverages will be provided, courtesy of Swine Coca Cola Bottling Company of Kingman.

October 19, 2017 - 11:52am
Last Day to Vote for City of Kingman
Kingman City Councilwoman Jamie Scott Stehly is asking residents to go online and vote for Kingman in the “Main Street” contest. The winning city would get $500,000 for a makeover, courtesy of a company called Deluxe. The winning small community can help business owners in the downtown area with revitalization efforts. Today is the last day to vote and you can do so at www.deluxe.com/small-business-revolution. When you get to the site, fill out a nomination form, explaining how revitalizing Kingman would make a positive impact in our community.

October 19, 2017 - 11:51am
Four Involved in Rollover Accident Near Havasu Airport
An accident took place in a remote area near the Wing Mine, east of the Lake Havasu City Airport involving two adults and two children. Mohave County Sheriff Search and Rescue Units or SAR was deployed in order to find those who were involved in the single-vehicle accident. Desert Hills Fire Department crews and the Arizona Department of Public Safety Ranger met the SAR Lake Havasu City unit as fire crews headed up Craggy Wash and SAR headed up Victoria Farms Road. The Toyota FJ Cruiser rolled over several times before coming to a stop on its side. All occupants say they were not hurt and refused medical transport, including a 66-year-old man, 58-year-old woman and the two children, ages 9 and 7.

October 18, 2017 - 1:46pm
Bullhead City Council Votes 6-1 to Sell Regatta to Marnell Gaming
Bullhead City Council members voted 6 to 1 yesterday in order to sell the rights and intellectual property of the Bullhead City River Regatta to Marnell Gaming for $25,000. Marnell Gaming will take responsibility for the event, including taking the pressure off of the city and taking fiscal responsibility for the event. In allowing Marnell Gaming to run the event, the city would no longer carry liability, nor run the event under a contract between Marnell and Bullhead City. Marnell Gaming would carry the insurance, naming the city in all of their liability releases. Marnell would also have to foot the bill for city staff and the use of its facilities and public safety officers. Marnell Gaming also said it would establish an environmental commitment, placing at least $100,000 on cleanup of the event as well as the river. The number of participants in the River Regatta would be capped at 22,000 to start with a $5 environmental fee charged to participants. Launch points would include Harrah’s, the Pioneer and Davis Camp, with the take-out point at Rotary Park. Marnell Gaming owns the Colorado Belle and Edgewater properties in Laughlin.

October 18, 2017 - 10:53am
Police Ask for Help in Locating Bank Robber
Police in Bullhead City are asking for the public’s help in identifying the man who allegedly robbed a local bank yesterday. A white male, believed to be about 70 years old, 6 feet tall and around 175 pounds, wearing glasses, an orange baseball cap, white shirt and dark jacket was last seen leaving the U.S. Bank on Highway 95 in Bullhead City in a gold-colored Dodge Caravan. The man allegedly passed the teller a note saying he was committing a robbery, showing her the gun in his waistband before leaving with an undisclosed amount of cash. If you have any information on the suspect, you’re asked to call the Bullhead City Police Department at 928-753-1999 or anonymously on the Mohave Silent Witness line at 888-227-8780. A $750 reward is being offered for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the crime.

October 17, 2017 - 2:19pm
Tenth Annual Wine Tasting & Charity Auction Coming
The tenth annual Wine Tasting and Charity Auction will be held on November 18th, sponsored by River Fund and Silver Rider Transit of Laughlin. Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased at the Silver Rider Transit office or one of the River Fund offices in Laughlin or Bullhead City. Ticket price includes wine tasting and hor d’oeuvres, plus there will be three cash drawings as well as over 150 items available for auction. The auction items were donated from several businesses around the Tri-State. The money raised will go to River Fund in order to be used locally to help those in crisis situations such as domestic violence, medical needs, emergency services and hardships. Silver Rider will also donate proceeds to its Meals on Wheels programs as well as transportation for those who need chemotherapy, dialysis or other medical transport or for seniors who need rides. The event will be held at the Tropicana Laughlin’s Pavilion Theater from 1 to 4pm.

October 17, 2017 - 2:17pm
Couple in Gas Station Parking Lot Arrested
A suspicious vehicle in the Pilot gas station parking lot in Havasu revealed more than just a homeless couple. The manager of the store on Highway 95 and Interstate 40 in Lake Havasu City called the authorities to tell them that the car had been in the parking lot for several days and syringes were found nearby. When police investigated, the couple tried to run while being arrested. Good Samaritans helped the deputy until backup could arrive. Drugs and drug paraphernalia was also found in the vehicle. The deputy suffered minor injuries in the struggle. A BB gun, several clubs, brass knuckles and a knife were also found, along with more than $2,000 in counterfeit money.