Mohave County Sheriff’s detectives arrested Charles Anthony Spicer, 23, of Kingman on Monday (12/1) morning. Approximately 8:00 am, detectives responded to Kingman Regional Medical Center in reference to a 2 year-old female suffering a burn on her hand. Detectives learned that the victim was dropped off at daycare by Spicer who told employees that the she had suffered a burn. Medical responded to the scene and transported the victim to KRMC. While at the hospital, detectives spoke with the father, identified as Spicer, who advised the victim received a burn on Sunday (11/30). Spicer explained he had been attempting to potty train the victim. Spicer stated the victim had an accident and was cleaning her pants. Spicer reported that a short time later, the victim was complaining about her hand hurting. Detectives spoke to room-mates who advised they heard the victim scream. The room-mates also told deputies that the victim had needed immediate medical attention. During the investigation, detectives checked the water temperature which registered 140 degrees. Medical staff at Kingman Regional Medical Center confirmed the victim to have second degree burns. Spicer was taken into custody without incident. He was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.