Published by The Bee News

April 2, 2018

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On Friday (3/30) at approximately 1630 hours, the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office dispatch center received
a 911 call from a female who advised that a male subject had been shot. The female, who did not identify
herself, only advised that a man had been shot in the middle of the desert off of Bison east of Lake Havasu
City. The call came from a cell phone that was not currently activated under any cell phone provider, so a
call back number was not provided through the 911 system. The GPS location given from the 911 system
was nowhere near the area that the caller was describing. The caller then disconnected.
Several Deputies responded to the desert area off of Bison in an attempt to locate any possible victims.
Several other deputies also responded to the location that was provided through the 911 system.
The Deputies that were in the desert area located nothing, and spoke with several recreation shooters and
off road enthusiast who advised that they had not seen anything. A helicopter from Care Flight launched
and flew the area, but were also unable to locate anything.
The Deputies that responded to the location provided through the 911 system also located nothing.
At this time there have been no further calls or reports made.
If you have any information about this specific incident, please contact the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at
928-753-0753 and reference Department Report # 18-012125.

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