BULLHEAD CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT:
BURGLARY/SHOPLIFTING—Joseph Salomon Cervera, 26, was arrested on July 27 in the 1600 block of Havasupai Drive on suspicion of burglary. Police state Cervera reportedly stole a bicycle out of a garage at a home on Havasupai Drive. On July 28, Cervera reportedly shoplifted from Walmart and fled on foot before police arrived. On July 31, police made contact with Cervera in the 1600 block of Havasupai after he reportedly got into an verbal altercation with the victim. He was arrested at that time on suspicion of burglary and shoplifting. He was taken to the Mohave County jail in Kingman.
EXTREME SPEED—Daniel Barajas Valle, 25, was arrested on July 30 in the area of Marina Boulevard on suspicion of extreme speed, greater than 20 miles per hour over the speed limit. Police conducted a traffic stop on Valle after reportedly observing him speeding around 70 miles per hour. When asked why he was speeding Valle reportedly said he had just purchased a burrito and wanted to get home to eat it. Valle was arrested and released a short time later.
DOG AT LARGE/LICENSE—Catherine Marie Snow, 63, was cited and released on July 31 at Rotary Park on suspicion of having a dog at large and not having a required pet license. Police state Animal Care & Welfare officers were at Rotary Park and made contact with Snow regarding her dog that was off the leash. Snow was reportedly given a verbal warning about the same thing on July 25.
MARIJUANA/DRUG PARAPHERNALIA—Alan Bruce Bensley, 63, was cited and released on August 1 in the area of Marina Boulevard and Colorado Boulevard on suspicion of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police reportedly made contact with Bensley after he allegedly failed to stop at a stop sign while riding a bicycle. A search reportedly uncovered marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
The following information was provided by the Bullhead City Police Department, Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, Lake Havasu City Police Department and/or Kingman Police Department. All individuals are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.