BULLHEAD CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT:
ASSAULT/DISORDERLY CONDUCT—A 14-year-old female was cited and released on Sept. 21 in the 2200 block of Highway 95 on suspicion of assault and disorderly conduct. Police say a female victim reported she had left the Mohave High School football game because she felt uncomfortable about being confronted by a suspect regarding an issue she had with the victim. The victim walked across to McDonald’s to avoid confrontation, however, the suspect reportedly followed the victim and assaulted her in the parking lot. The fight was reportedly caught on camera by another girl at the scene. The 14-year-old suspect was arrested and released to a parent with the promise to appear in court at a later date.
ASSAULT/DISORDERLY CONDUCT—Amber Marie Babe, 51, was arrested on Sept. 22 in the 900 block of Ramar Road on suspicion of assault per domestic violence and disorderly conduct per domestic violence. A victim reported to police that Babe had gotten into a verbal argument and Babe allegedly threw two drinks on him, yelled and swung at him. Babe was taken to the Mohave County jail in Kingman.
VIOLATION ORDER OF PROTECTION—Arthur James Gonzales, 46, was arrested on Sept. 22 in the 1900 block of Highway 95 on suspicion of interfering with judicial proceedings. A victim reported that she has an Order of Protection against her ex-boyfriend, Gonzales, and that he reportedly violated the order. He was taken to the Mohave County jail.
WARRANTS—Raul Gil, 56, was arrested on Sept. 23 at the intersection of Highway 95 and Marina Boulevard on outstanding felony warrants. Probation reportedly discovered stolen items in Gil’s possession worth nearly $40 from Smart & Final. He was also charged with shoplifting after further investigation. Gil was taken to the Mohave County jail.
BURGLARY/ASSAULT/DISORDERLY CONDUCT—Jayce Darras Owens, 32, was arrested on Sept. 23 in the area of Yale Drive and Baseline Drive on suspicion of burglary, assault and disorderly conduct. Police were called to the area for a reported fight and contacted a man who was bleeding. The victim’s pregnant girlfriend said she was sleeping when she heard the door open. She then saw a strange man sitting on the couch. He didn’t say anything. She woke her boyfriend up and he asked the male to leave. They realized when the male left, the truck keys were gone. When he confronted the male, the keys were on a rock the male suspect was sitting next to and the two got into a physical fight over the incident. Owens was taken to the Mohave County jail.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT/OBSTRUCTING A HIGHWAY—William Lavern Swartz, 56, was arrested on Sept. 23 in the area of Highway 95 and Silver Creek Road on suspicion of two counts of disorderly conduct and obstructing a highway. Police were called to Safeway for a report of a disorderly man. While en route, a man matching the suspect description was walking across the Highway in heavy traffic and cars were swerving to avoid hitting him. The man, later identified as Swartz, was contacted and appeared to be intoxicated. Several witnesses at Safeway reported Swartz was harassing customers and demanding money. He was reportedly very aggressive and displayed a violent behavior. Swartz was taken to the Mohave County jail.
TRESPASSING—Thomas Dean Harne, 60, was arrested on Sept. 23 in the 1100 block of Highway 95 on suspicion of trespassing. Fastrip reported Harne attempted to buy beer and the clerk denied service knowing that he had previously been trespassed. Harne was cited and released with a promise to appear in court at a later date.
ASSAULT/DISORDERLY CONDUCT/CRIMINAL DAMAGE—Letitia Kay Martin Biampamba, 51, was arrested on Sept. 24 in the 1600 block of Highway 95 on suspicion of assault per domestic violence, disorderly conduct per domestic violence and criminal damage per domestic violence. A male victim reported his girlfriend was acting disorderly during an argument. She was reportedly intoxicated and threw several items around in the trailer. At one point during the argument, Biampamba allegedly smashed a window and hit her boyfriend with a fire extinguisher. She was taken to the Mohave County jail.
SHOPLIFTING—Alissa Marie Lombardo, 25, was arrested on Sept. 25 on suspicion of shoplifting at Walmart. Loss prevention reported seeing Lombardo allegedly concealing items behind her purse in the cart. She paid for some items, but did not pay for the hidden items. She was cited and released at the scene with a promise to appear in court at a later date.
DRUG PARAPHERNALIA/INSURANCE/DRIVERS LICENSE—Allison Ester Bensley, 31, was arrested on Sept. 26 in the area of Swan Drive and Balboa Drive on suspicion of possession of drug paraphernalia, no valid DL, failure to produce insurance and failure to carry vehicle registration. Police reportedly pulled Bensley over for no license plate light. The officer learned that Bensley had no valid driver’s license and while conducting inventory of the vehicle before being towed, two pipes were reportedly located. Bensley was cited and released from the scene with a promise to appear in court at a later date.
ASSAULT/DISORDERLY CONDUCT—Mario Martinez Jacquez Jr, 33, was arrested on Sept. 27 in the 1000 block of Highway 95 on suspicion of assault per domestic violence and disorderly conduct per domestic violence. On Sept. 26., police responded to a motel room where a female victim reported her husband, Jacquez, argued with her and reportedly injured her finger, head butted and elbowed her in the face. Police observed injuries on the victim that were consistent with the alleged reports. Jacquez reportedly fled the scene prior to police arriving. On Sept. 27, Jacquez reportedly returned to the motel and was placed into custody. He was taken to the Mohave County jail.
FAILURE TO REGISTER—Brandon Scott Gebrosky, 20, was arrested in the 5200 block of Highway 95 on suspicion of failing to register as a sex offender registration violation. Police reportedly made several attempts to get Gebrosky in compliance to comply with sex offender registration requirements. Due to an expired identification, which is a violation of registration laws, Gebrosky was taken to the Mohave County jail.
SHOPLIFTING—A 14-year-old girl was arrested on Sept. 27 in the 1700 block of Lakeside Drive on suspicion of shoplifting. Smith’s Grocery store employees reported seeing the suspect put energy drinks in her backpack and failed to pay for them. In her backpack, police reportedly found about $44 worth of stolen merchandise: four bags of chips, four energy drinks, 18 candy bars and a bag of Gummi bears. She was released to a parent with the promise to appear in court at a later date.
WARRANT—Helena Ivy Walker, 27, and Dustin Michael Bradford, 31, were arrested on Sept. 27 in the 1700 block of Highway 95 on warrants. Police were called to Lodge on the River regarding suspicious activity. Bradford was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant for failure to pay fines. A warrant was requested for Walker for charges of false reporting to police and possession of drug paraphernalia. She reportedly gave police a false name and continued to identify herself with a false name when asked numerous times. Walker reportedly had a meth spoon in her bra. She was released to Western Arizona Regional Medical Center’s care for medical reasons.
WARRANT—Trevor Bradford Maestre, 27, was arrested on Sept. 27 in the 1900 block of Robson Circle on a misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear. He was taken to the Mohave County jail.
WARRANT—Marcella Elizabeth Stout, 40, was arrested on Sept. 27 in the 300 block of Sea Creek Drive on a misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear. She was taken to the Mohave County jail.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT—Steven Ray Vaughn, 54, was arrested on Sept. 27 in the 1100 block of Jasper Avenue on suspicion of disorderly conduct per domestic violence. Family members reported that Vaughn was disorderly and yelling in family members’ faces all day. He continued to yell profanities when police were on scene. Vaughn was taken to the Mohave County jail.
The following information was provided by the Bullhead City Police Department. All individuals are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.