Frye was arrested on a failure to appear warrant issued by Lake Havasu City Justice Court and misconduct involving a weapon (prohibited person), felonies. Reynolds was arrested for hindering prosecution, felony, and a failure to pay fines misdemeanor warrant issued by Lake Havasu City Justice Court.
Deputies learned the whereabouts of a wanted felon identified as Frye. At about 10:30 a.m., deputies responded to a residence in the 3000 block of Joyce Lane. Upon arrival, deputies contacted a male subject and the male subject advised that Frye was not at the residence. A perimeter was established around the residence. Two officers from Lake Havasu City Police Department responded. Deputies knocked on the front door without a response. Utilizing a public announcement system, deputies advised Frye to exit the residence.
Eventually, Frye exited the residence where he was taken into custody without incident and taken to the Mohave County jail in Kingman.
Later that afternoon, a search warrant was executed at the residence. Deputies contacted a male subject which they originally contacted earlier that morning about Frye being at the residence. The male subject was identified as Reynolds. Reynolds was taken into custody without incident.
During conversations with Reynolds, he said that he understood he was under arrest for hindering prosecution for hiding Glenn Frye. A search of Frye’s backpack revealed a fixed blade knife inside a sheath and an ice pick. A records check showed Reynolds to have a warrant.
Reynolds was to the Mohave County jail in Kingman.