SEARCH WARRANT- MOHAVE VALLEY

Published by The Bee News

January 16, 2024

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Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies conducted a search warrant on Monday (1/8) on a residence in the 10000 block of S. Queens Rd. in Mohave Valley in relation to a burglary that occurred in August 2023. The victim alleged that someone had burglarized his home and stole his vehicle while the home was unoccupied for several months. Items stolen from the house included the victim’s vehicle, tools, electronics, jewelry, and mail. Follow up investigations led deputies to the Queens residence, where seven subjects were removed from the home at the beginning of the search warrant. Several of the items stolen during the burglary were recovered during the search warrant, along with items of evidentiary value indicating involvement by Jazmen Hickstein (29 of Mohave Valley) in the initial burglary.

Hickstein was arrested for 2nd Degree Burglary, Theft/ Control of Stolen Property, and Trafficking Stolen Property, all felonies.

Tiffany Kebschull, 32 of Mohave Valley, was arrested for Dangerous Drug Possession and Drug Paraphernalia Possession, both felonies.

Lesli Lehew, 59 of Mohave Valley, was arrested for Narcotic Drug Possession and Drug Paraphernalia Possession, both felonies.

Tracy Smith, 54 of Mohave Valley, was arrested for felony Drug Paraphernalia Possession and an active arrest warrant.

Derrick Wilhelm, 42 of Mohave Valley, was arrested for felony Drug Paraphernalia Possession, misdemeanor Drug Paraphernalia Possession, and misdemeanor Public Nuisance.

Richard Hileman, 48 of Mohave Valley, was arrested for felony Drug Paraphernalia Possession.

One other subject and two of the previously mentioned subjects were also cited for various animal related offenses by our Animal Enforcement Officers. Mohave County Code Enforcement responded to the property and initiated an investigation into property violations observed. Several vehicles were towed from the property, with the Arizona Vehicle Theft Task Force (AVTTF) assisting in identifying vehicles in various states of repair. Two known suspects of the burglary are still outstanding at this time. This investigation is ongoing.

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