Alfredo Tablante Miguel AjeroMohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Phillip Seth Krumwiede, 32, and Alfredo Tablante Miguel Ajero Jr., 24, both of Kingman, early Thursday (1/22) morning.  Krumwiede was arrested for aggravated assault on law enforcement office, resisting arrest, escape, possession of dangerous drugs for sale, possession of dangerous drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, felonies.  Ajero was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, felony.  Deputies observed a suspicious vehicle in the area of Butler Avenue and Jimmie Drive.  The vehicle quickly turned onto a street and proceeded to stop in front of a residence.  No one exited the vehicle and no one came out of the residence.  The vehicle eventually continued traveling.  As deputies further approached the area, they observed the vehicle make a quick U-turn as the patrol unit came around the corner onto Butler Avenue.  Deputies further observed the vehicle stop again in the 3500 block of Butler Avenue and the driver exited the vehicle.  Approximately 1:30 a.m., deputies observed the driver lean into the backseat on the driver’s side.  Deputies contacted the driver as he was walking away from the vehicle.  The driver was identified as Krumwiede.  Another deputy walked to the open back door of the vehicle and observed a glass pipe with residue located on the backseat with car keys.  Krumwiede advised the pipe was not his.  As deputies were taking Krumwiede into custody he resisted. Krumwiede pulled away and attempted to run while the deputy hung onto him.  During the scuffle, they traveled approximately 20 feet.  Krumwiede continued to struggle with deputies and he resisted their orders and he would not comply with their commands.  A taser was eventually used.  With the assistance of multiple deputies, Krumwiede was further restrained.  A search of Krumwiede revealed a plastic bag containing a white crystal substance weighing approximately 16.8 grams and $1,000 in cash.  Krumwiede was placed into their patrol vehicle.  Deputies contacted Ajero, a passenger.  Deputies located a straw with burnt black residue inside Ajero’s pocket.  Ajero was taken into custody without incident.  Krumwiede and Ajero were transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.  The vehicle was towed from the scene.

 

 

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