Todays Arrest Report ~ Kingman

Written by The Bee

April 21, 2020

DRUG POSSESSION/ AGGRAVATED ASSAULT- KINGMAN
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested Christopher Raymond Hopper, 27 of Kingman, for Aggravated Assault per Domestic Violence, Dangerous Drug Possession, Drug Paraphernalia Possession, all felonies, Criminal Damage, Failure to Comply with a Court Order, and Interfering with an Emergency Call, all misdemeanors. On Wednesday (4/15) at approximately 6:45 AM, deputies responded to the intersection of Patsy Dr. and Hearne Ave. to make contact with the victim, who alleged Hopper defied a current Order of Protection. The victim advised she had awoken to the sound of Hopper banging on her bedroom window. A short time later, Hopper walked into her bedroom after entering the house through another window of the residence. The victim told Hopper to leave the residence and reached for her phone to call law enforcement, when Hopper grabbed her and the two began fighting over the phone. During the struggle, the victim was scratched and bitten by Hopper. The victim was eventually able to leave the residence with her children and call for law enforcement. Deputies arrived at the home, but were unable to locate Hopper. Deputies located the broken window Hopper had entered through and a doggie door that had been kicked in by Hopper during an incident the night prior. An Attempt to Locate was issued for Hopper, who was located a short time later. After being detained, a baggie of methamphetamine and two glass pipes were located in Hopper’s pockets. Christopher Raymond Hopper was arrested for the above charges and transported to the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility without incident.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT W/ WEAPON- KINGMAN
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested two subjects in relation to multiple weapons offense calls in the Kingman area on Saturday (4/18). At approximately 12:26 AM, deputies responded to Norrie Dr. and Shaeffer Ave. reference a resident hearing gunshots near their home in the area. Multiple other calls from nearby residence were received while deputies were responding. Kingman Police Department had advised of a similar incident in another part of town and advised a grey colored truck was involved with multiple occupants in the cab and more occupants in the truck bed. Deputies located shell casings in the roadway and photographed their location and markings. At approximately 12:38 AM, another weapons offense call was received in the 3100 block of Suffock St. and deputies responded to the area. Deputies located more shell casings in the roadway and heard more gun shots in the nearby area. Deputies responding to the area observed a truck matching the description driving on Bank St. at a high rate of speed and conducted a high- risk traffic stop on the vehicle. All of the vehicles occupants (eight individuals) were called out the vehicle one at a time and detained for further questioning. Once all occupants were removed from the vehicle, a sweep of the vehicle was conducted where deputies located a Glock 9mm handgun with an extended magazine in the backseat of the vehicle and an AK-47 rifle and several live rounds in the bed of the truck. Phillip Henry Dinges, 23 of Kingman, advised deputies that the Glock 9mm handgun belonged to him and had sole possession of the rifle during the incidents. Brian Adam Dorris, 23 of Kingman, advised deputies that the AK-47 rifle belonged to him and had sole possession of the rifle during the incidents. Both men advised they were going out to the desert to go shooting, however neither male admitted to firing the weapons before being detained. The 9mm shell casings located at the first call (Norrie Dr. and Shaeffer Ave.) matched the rounds found in the 9mm Glock handgun located inside the vehicle. The rifle shell casings located at the second call (3100 block of Suffock Ave.) matched the rounds found in the AK-47 rifle located in the bed of the truck.

Phillip Henry Dinges was arrested for felony Disorderly Conduct with a Weapon. Brian Adam Dorris was arrested for felony Disorderly Conduct with a Weapon. Both men were arrested without incident and transported to the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility without incident. All other occupants of the vehicle were released from the scene.

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