Former MHS Graduate Arrested For 2015 Murder

Written by The Bee

April 11, 2018

SCOTTSDALE—A former Mohave High School graduate has been arrested by Scottsdale authorities for allegedly killing a woman in 2015. 

The Associated Press reports Ian Mitchum, 42, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of first-degree murder in connection to the 2015 cold case murder of Allison Feldman. 

Feldman was found brutally murdered in her home in Scottsdale, Ariz. in 2015. Police report Feldman suffered head trauma, was nude and smelled of bleach. 

Authorities say the arrest was made possible through the help of the Arizona Department of Public Safety and familial DNA testing on Mitchum’s brother, who was in jail on an unrelated charge. 

Mitchum graduated Mohave High School in 1993.

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3 Comments

  1. Cheryl morin

    I can’t believe this has happen! I have known Ian Mitchum from grad school to Graduation! He was the nicest and quietest person you would know. A very friendly person. I don’t know what happen to him after High School. I’m still rapping my head around this. I can’t believe this has happen.

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  2. Matthew

    I’m bumming out for over a week now because I spent Y2K New Year’s Eve with Ian my girlfriend and numerous friends and Ian was always so happy-go-lucky guy and I still don’t believe that he’s guilty of this. It’s a trip because my girlfriend at the time put together a photo album of that night so I’ve got a bunch of pictures of us just horsing around and having fun

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    • Rob

      I knew Ian as I was a friend of his brother Mark can’t believe the two of them grew up and did what they did. Mark being a child molester and now Ian a rapist and murderer.

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