Vincent Nicholas DemarcoMohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Vincent Nicholas Demarco, 47, of Kingman, early Monday (8/25) evening on four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of disorderly conduct with a weapon, two counts of endangerment and impersonating a peace office, all felonies.  Approximately 6:16 p.m., deputies responded to a weapons offense call in the area of Patsy Drive and Devlin Avenue.  Dispatch advised that a male subject on a motorcycle had shot at a vehicle in the area.  Upon arrival, deputies observed a male subject sitting on a motorcycle in the 3900 block of Devlin Avenue.  Deputies contacted the male subject who was attempting to drive away on his motorcycle.  The male subject verbally identified himself as a US Marshal.  Deputies determined the male subject was not law enforcement and he was later identified as Demarco.  Deputies detained Demarco without incident.  Deputies located two guns stuffed in Demarco’s waistband.  The weapons were taken and placed in evidence pending the County Attorney’s Review.  During conversations with Demarco, he said that someone had stolen his dog Sunday (8/24).  Investigations determined that Demarco thought people at a residence in the 1700 block of Devlin Avenue had stolen his dog.   Demarco saw four female subject’s in front of a residence with a small puppy.  Demarco contacted a female subject at the scene and she assured him that the puppy was hers.  As the female subjects began to walk away from Demarco, he tried to tell them to stop as he was yelling “Halt” and announcing he was a Federal Marshal.  Demarco pulled a gun from his waist band.  The female subjects got into a vehicle and quickly drove away.  Demarco fired two rounds toward the vehicle.  A neighbor across the street was in her front yard with her two-year-old son at the time.  No one was injured.  Demarco was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.

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