Published by The Bee News

December 2, 2020

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Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested Troy Allen Worden, 38 of Kingman, for Aggravated Assault on an Officer, Aggravated Assault on a Health Care Worker, Disorderly Conduct, all felonies, misdemeanor Domestic Violence, and an active arrest warrant. On November 21, deputies responded to a residence in the 2400 block of Packard Ave. in reference to a Domestic Violence situation. Deputies were able to diffuse the situation while on scene, however were called back to the residence at approximately 4 PM. Deputies made contact with the victim, who advised as soon as deputies left the first time, the male subject, identified as Worden, began threatening her pets and saying he was going to light them on fire.

Deputies made contact with Worden, who was covered in blood. When asked where the blood came from, Worden alleged the victim had hit him in the head with a brick. Deputies searched, but were unable to locate the brick used in the alleged assault. Deputies made contact with several neighbors, who advised they observed Worden outside yelling at the victim and hitting his head on the front door, causing the head injury. Deputies placed Worden in restraints and called for Medical to respond and evaluate his injuries. Worden was cleared by medical and placed in the backseat of the deputy’s vehicle.
While continuing their investigation, deputies were advised that Worden was hitting his head on the window of the patrol vehicle, causing additional injuries to his head. Worden was seen again by responding medical staff, however became combative during the evaluation. Worden made multiple threats to deputies and then kicked the deputy in the head.

Worden was then transported to Kingman Regional Medical Center for further medical evaluation, where he assaulted a nurse by spitting on her. After being released from KRMC, Troy Allen Worden was transported to the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility without further incident.


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  1. I love you Troy always thinking of you ull get out soon

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