Category: Mohave County

CHILD MOLESTER GETS 35 YEAR SENTENCE

    A Kingman man who admits brutally sexually abusing three young girls was sentenced to prison for 35 years on Friday, February 17. It was the maximum punishment possible under terms of the plea agreement, yet Judge Billy Sipe said he believed Mark Sandoval, 45, should go to prison for 100 years or more. Judge Sipe nonetheless said he accepted the plea agreement anyway, believing rejection would only see it approved by another judge. Sipe said details of Sandoval’s abuse of a female toddler, and other girls six and nine years of age in 2012 were “disturbing and...

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CANCER FUNDRAISER SET FOR THURSDAY

Be a part of one of Lake Havasu City’s most fulfilling fundraisers! Enjoy the amazing pasta sauces prepared by several of Lake Havasu City’s finest restaurants while raising funds for local families affected by cancer. During the February 24 event there will be raffle prizes, silent auctions, 50/50 raffles, entertainment, and a photo booth. 100% of the proceeds are donated to local families in need. Additional details can be found on www.cookingforcancerhavasu.org. Contact Information: www.cookingforcancerhavasu.org Lisa Turner  Phone: 928-855-9781 Email: lisa.turner@buyhavasu.com Venue: Shugrue’s Bridgeview Room Address: 1425 N. McCulloch Bl. Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 Price:...

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HOMICIDE UPDATE; VICTIM IDENTIFIED

Police in Bullhead City have identified the bicyclist who was shot and killed Monday as Juan Pedro Flores, 33. Police spokeswoman Emily Fromelt said a reward of up to $1,000 is offered for information leading to an arrest of those involved in the 5:00 p.m. homicide in the 500 block of Riviera Boulevard. Fromelt said witnesses indicated that three males and a female fled in a two-door, older model Honda Civic after an altercation with the bicyclist escalated to gunfire. Flores was dead at the scene. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Bullhead City Police Department at...

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WILLIAMS AND MOYER APPELLATE COURT FINALISTS

Mohave County superior court judge Rick Williams of Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City-based private practice attorney Ken Moyer and three other judges interviewed in Phoenix Tuesday for possible appointment to two vacancies on the Division One Arizona Court of Appeals. The interview and screening panel decided to forward all five finalists for final appointment consideration. Governor Doug Ducey will make the appointment...

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HAVASU CAR CLUB HOSTS POKER RUN EVENT

Open to street rods, classic cars or the family sedan, the 2nd Annual All Club Poker Run is a timed event (not for speed) with cash awards to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Entry cost is $30 per vehicle and includes a hosted luncheon for two at the Quality Inn at the conclusion of the event. Registration begins 9am at the Quality Inn with the first car out at 10am. This is a fun, timed event that will take you on a scenic trip around the Colorado River area. Anyone can enter and the event will include door...

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