Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Paul Edward Singleton, 41, and Susan Ann Kenney, 45, both of Lake Havasu City, Sunday (1/25) afternoon. Singleton was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, misconduct involving a weapon – prohibited person, felonies, and a failure to appear misdemeanor warrant issued by Lake Havasu City Justice Court. Kenney was arrested for possession of dangerous drugs for sell, possession of dangerous drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, felonies. At about 1:25 p.m., deputies observed a vehicle parked on the south side of Window Rock, east of Lakeside. Deputies recognized the driver as Singleton and knew Singleton to have an active warrant. As deputies approached, Singleton exited the vehicle and started running south into a fenced yard. Deputies caught up with Singleton. Singleton stopped and faced the deputy. Deputies were approximately 15 feet away from Singleton when they observed a holstered firearm at his side. The deputy immediately drew his weapon when Singleton fully grasped the handle of his gun and he began to take the gun out of the holster. Deputies observed Singleton let go of his gun which was partially out of the holster and the gun fell back into the holster. Deputies ordered Singleton to keep his hands up. Deputies confiscated the gun from Singleton. Singleton was taken into custody without further incident. An Officer from the Lake Havasu Police Department responded and assisted. A records check showed Singleton’s driver’s license was suspended and the warrant was confirmed. A criminal history check showed Singleton to have prior felony charge. Deputies contacted a female passenger identified as Kenney. An inventory search of the vehicle revealed a glass device with residue, a digital scale with white residue and a plastic bag containing a white crystal substance inside Kenney’s purse. The substance was large white chunks and several smaller chunks which weighed approximately 3.5 grams. Kenney was taken into custody without incident. They were transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
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