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We are an all volunteer citizens group located in Kingman, Arizona. We are the extra eyes and ears for law enforcement. With only 55 (or less) sheriff deputies for 14,000 square miles, they can use all the help we can give them. We cover all of Mohave   County. We do not have any direct affiliation with any law enforcement agency, nor do they directly approve of, or condone any of our activities. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. This web site is for informational purposes only and should not be used in any other way. We assume no responsibility for any actions on the part of any persons pretending to be with our group, or other parties.

            

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MOHAVE COUNTY

THE CAT TEAM  needs more volunteers for catching “desert dumpers”. These people are dumping in our desert most every day and we are sick of it. We need to inundate the desert with our CAT members and cameras to catch these sickos. Contact us at

 

to volunteer. Must have digital camera with a telephoto lens of at least 20x optical zoom. Higher zoom is better. Should be able to get a license number at 100 yards minimum. Videos work great also. 4x4 vehicle is helpful. Help the community, help your families. All these desert dumpers pollute our desert and our water supply.

THE CAT TEAM


Amazingly enough we still get callers or email from people who know nothing about meth. This is just one little video, there are thousands of them out there about meth addicts. Turn the sound down, it sucks.


 

 

 

** 39th Annual KPD Pumpkin Patrol **

The Kingman Police Explorers are hosting the 39th Annual Pumpkin Patrol. The pumpkin patrol is comprised of police officers, police explorers, and other volunteers who patrol the neighborhoods on Halloween night handing out bags of candy to trick-or-treaters.  The pumpkin patrol vehicles will be identified by plastic pumpkins attached to the overhead lights of the patrol cars and other department vehicles. The pumpkin patrol helps to ensure the safety of our children, and the added police presence helps to divert the mischief often associated with Halloween night.

 The Pumpkin patrol is only possible due to the generous support of the community.  We depend on local businesses and residents for cash donations to purchase candy as well as donations of individually wrapped candy.

 Remember cash donations are deductible and will receive a receipt.   Please make your checks payable to Kingman Police Department Explorer Post 47.  Feel free to contact Tiffiny Reed at the Kingman Police Department if you have any questions, (928) 753-2191. 

 You can drop off donations at the Kingman Police Department located at 2730 E. Andy Devine Ave. Mon thru Fri 8 am to 5 pm.

 Cash donations should be received no later than October 22nd and candy donations can be received until October 25th.    

 Thank you for your continued support in our program!

 

JANUARY 2012---NEW DEAL FOR ACTIVE KINGMAN MUNICIPAL COURT  WARRANTS

There are 3 separate lists of outstanding warrants in the KINGMAN MUNICIPAL COURT.  You should CHECK EACH LIST for your name.  During the months of February, March and April you may appear at the KINGMAN MUNICIPAL COURT, 219 N. 4TH STREET as follows: 
           
                           Wednesdays                      1:00pm -   4:00pm
                           Thursdays                        10:00am - 11:30am
                           Fridays                              9:00am -  11:00am

YOU WILL NOT GO TO JAIL IF YOU WALK-IN ON YOUR WARRANT.

NEW WARRANTS WILL BE ADDED DAILY


IF YOU THINK YOU WANT TO TRY BATH SALTS? WATCH THIS.

 

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

 

We at Citizens Action Team have been dealing with the Mohave County criminals for about 10 years now. Now that might not seem too much since most law enforcement have been doing it for most of their lives. But we have learned a lot. The “tweekers”, ‘druggies”, “low lifes”, “dip sh*ts”, “dirt bags”, and just plain outright thieves all know each other. Don’t believe me, look at their Facebook pages. Yes some of them have Facebook pages, we were shocked. Especially since people like David Lee Emerick Jr. has like,128 friends. Well we looked at all his friends and a lot of them are criminals. I suppose there are a lot that are his friend that just don’t have a clue. I don’t get it, you want to be my friend??? Who are you? Do you people not check out these people who want to be your friend?? Well I give you David Lee Emerick Jr. one of Mohave County Sheriff Dept latest arrest along with 4 others…….(Maybe not all friends though).

To us it’s a criminal enterprise, and should be dealt with under the Rico act. When you continually cheat people, its called Racketeering. They tell their “bit*hes” to go steal stuff for them and they will give them drugs, then they sell the stuff that is brought to them. And all of them know everyone else. You want to know who stole the guns from so and so, you go to your contacts and ask….

 

Here is the report on the thefts that have been going on in the Peacock Mountains for a long time, however this time they got caught! Kudos to the observant people, and the Sheriff Dept, who spotted more thieves while investigating another.

 

 

 

2X’S BURGLARY/2X’S LITTERING – NORTHEAST OF KINGMAN AIRPORT
Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Johnny Joseph Smith, 51, and Robert Lee Williams Jr., 56, both of Kingman, Thursday (4/19) morning. Smith was arrested for burglary, criminal littering and possession of drug paraphernalia, felonies. Williams was arrested for burglary, criminal littering, felonies, and a failure to appear misdemeanor warrant issued by Kingman Justice Court.
Approximately 5:50 a.m., deputies responded to a possible burglary in progress in the 6000 block of North Street. Dispatch advised that three subjects were on the property dumping trash. Dispatch further advised the subjects were driving a grey truck pulling a trailer. As deputies approached the property, they observed the described truck traveling toward their direction and a black jeep following the truck. Deputies conducted a traffic stop on Corral and Desert. Deputies contacted Smith, the driver, and Tanya Hennings, a passenger. Both Smith and Hennings were detained. Deputies contacted the driver of the jeep who was the reporting party. The RP said the people in the grey truck were the subjects that were on the property. The RP further said there was a third male subject and he took off running. Deputies responded to the property with the suspects. Deputies observed a
large pile of garbage on the property. The garbage pile was approximately 3 feet high and 8 feet by 8 feet wide.          Deputies contacted the owner of the property, a 64-year-old male victim. The victim said the suspects were not allowed on his property. During conversations with Smith, he said they were there making piles of scrap metal to pick up later when he was interrupted by the reporting party. Further conversations with Smith, he said that he and Hennings got into the truck while Williams left on foot. During conversations with Hennings, she said that she was walking around looking for scrap metal while Smith and Williams were emptying trash from the trailer. While speaking with deputies, Hennings began complaining of not feeling well. Medical responded and transported Hennings to Kingman Regional Medical Center for evaluation. A short time later, hospital officials
advised deputies that Hennings ran out of the hospital, against medical advice. Deputies responded to the area and searched for Hennings without success. Hennings may be facing possible charges. At about 7:35 a.m., Search and Rescue members responded to incident in the in the 6000 block of North Street and started a ground search for Williams while Kingman Ranger started an aerial search. Williams was located after SAR members tracked him over 2 miles. Williams was lying flat on the ground near a Joshua tree where he was taken into custody without incident. During conversations with Williams, he said that he was with Smith and Hennings looking for scrap metal. A search of the grey truck revealed two glass pipes with residue. Smith and Williams were transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.

                                 

JOHNNY JOSEPH SMITH  DOB 12/60                                                                 ROBERT LEE WILLIAMS

We thought this would be interesting for the public..

An interesting bit of info about Mr. Smith, we saw this truck driving around in April of 2011, and it's calling Smith a liar and a thief, pretty sure they are talking about the same guy since he is a thief. There is a Jr. who's DOB is 2/84, but we do not see any theft charges on his record. Either way they are both criminals.

Mr Smith was arrested in February for Trafficking in stolen property and Possession of stolen property. He just keeps going though.

TANYA MARIE HENNINGS

MORE THEFTS IN THE PEACOCK MOUNTAINS

2X’S BURGLARY – NORTHEAST OF KINGMAN AIRPORT

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Danny Michael McPheeters, 53, and David Lee Emerick Jr., 48, both of Kingman, late Thursday (4/19) afternoon for burglary, felony. Approximately 4:00 p.m., deputies responded to a suspicious in the 9000 block of Jan Road. Upon arrival, deputies observed a parked truck with various metal items in the bed of the truck. Deputies observed a male subject appeared to be alarmed after he noticed the deputy watching him while he threw a small item into the truck. Deputies contacted the male subject identified as McPheeters. During conversations with McPheeters, he said a while back his friend use to live at this property. Deputies contacted a second male subject, identified as Emerick, standing near the truck. Deputies learned that McPheeters and Emerick left a flat bed trailer as it was stuck in a nearby wash. Deputies detained McPheeters and Emerick. Deputies contacted the property owner, a 55-year-old female victim. The victim did not give these subjects permission to take items. McPheeters and Emerick were transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail without incident. The truck and trailer were towed from the scene.

                    

                                              DANNY  MICHAEL McPHEETERS                                               DAVID LEE  EMERICK JR.

 

This is the deal people: we have heard it from their own mouths: “We have to steal, we have a drug habit to support.” “It’s not our fault,” “you have lots of “stuff” so you should give us some.”

They enjoy it. They are not afraid of going to jail; it’s a rest for them with food. They just get out in about 24 hours (if a bail bonds man is stupid enough to give them the bail money). And it happens. Course they usuall do loose all their stuff while in jail because all the rest of them steal it. Including their girlfriend. Quote: “you don’t lose your girlfriend, you just lose your turn….They only thing these people are afraid of is getting their ass beat to crap! We wish it would happen more often. Usually it happens only between themselves when they start stealing their friends stuff. They have actually come to us and said “you have to do something, he is even stealing from us”. Can you believe that? It happened. We can give you names.

 

Thanks for listening.      And please, please,pay attention, its happening every day,24 hours a day, they are stealing us blind…….AND IT’S GOING TO GET WORSE, BE PREPARED.

The Cat Team

 

 

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2012

KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THESE MAIL THIEVES

CAUGHT ON CAMERA DRIVING A MERCEDES IT LOOKS LIKE.

PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU KNOW WHO THESE PEOPLE ARE.

 

 

January 23, 2012

'Shake-and-bake' meth fills hospitals with burn patients

ST. LOUIS — A crude new method of making methamphetamine poses a risk even to Americans who never get anywhere near the drug: It is filling hospitals with thousands of uninsured burn patients requiring millions of dollars in advanced treatment — a burden so costly that it's contributing to the closure of some burn units.
So-called shake-and-bake meth is produced by combining raw, unstable ingredients in a 2-liter soda bottle. But if the person mixing the noxious brew makes the slightest error, such as removing the cap too soon or accidentally perforating the plastic, the concoction can explode, searing flesh and causing permanent disfigurement, blindness or even death.
An Associated Press survey of key hospitals in the nation's most active meth states showed that up to a third of patients in some burn units were hurt while making meth, and most were uninsured. The average treatment costs $6,000 per day. And the average meth patient's hospital stay costs $130,000 — 60 percent more than other burn patients, according to a study by doctors at a burn center in Kalamazoo, Mich.
The influx of patients is overwhelming hospitals and becoming a major factor in the closure of some burn wards. At least seven burn units across the nation have shut down over the past six years, partly due to consolidation but also because of the cost of treating uninsured patients, many of whom are connected to methamphetamine.
Burn experts agree the annual cost to taxpayers is well into the tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars, although it is impossible to determine a more accurate number because so many meth users lie about the cause of their burns.
Larger meth labs have been bursting into flame for years, usually in basements, backyard sheds or other private spaces. But those were fires that people could usually escape. Using the shake-and-bake method, drugmakers typically hold the flammable concoction up close, causing burns from the waist to the face.
"You're holding a flame-thrower in your hands," said Jason Grellner of the Franklin County, Mo., Sheriff's Department.
Also known as the "one-pot" approach, the method is popular because it uses less pseudoephedrine — a common component in some cold and allergy pills. It also yields meth in minutes rather than hours, and it's cheaper and easier to conceal. Meth cooks can carry all the ingredients in a backpack and mix them in a bathroom stall or the seat of a car.
The improvised system first emerged several years ago, partly in response to attempts by many states to limit or forbid over-the-counter access to pseudoephedrine. Since then, the shake-and-bake recipe has spread to become the method of choice.
By 2010, about 80 percent of labs busted by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration were using shake-and-bake recipes, said Pat Johnakin, a DEA agent specializing in meth.
So instead of a large lab that supplies many users, there are now more people making meth for their personal use. The consequences are showing up in emergency rooms and burn wards.
"From what we see on the medical side, that's the primary reason the numbers seem to be going up: greater numbers of producers making smaller batches," said Dr. Michael Smock, director of the burn unit at Mercy Hospital St. Louis.
It's impossible to know precisely how many people are burned while making shake-and-bake meth. Some avoid medical treatment, and no one keeps exact track of those who go to the hospital. But many burn centers in the nation's most active meth-producing states report sharp spikes in the number of patients linked to meth. And experts say the trend goes well beyond those facilities.
The director of the burn center at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, the state that led the nation in meth lab seizures in 2010, said meth injuries are doubly damaging because patients often suffer thermal burn from the explosion, as well as chemical burns. And the medical challenge is compounded by patients' addictions.
"You're not judgmental in this kind of work, but you see it day after day," said Vanderbilt's Dr. Jeffrey Guy. "We've had patients say, `I'm going out for a smoke,' and they come back all jacked up. It's clear they went out and did meth again."
Few people burned by meth will admit it.
"We get a lot of people who have strange stories," said Dr. David Greenhalgh, past president of the American Burn Association and director of the burn center at the University of California, Davis. "They'll say they were working on the carburetor at 2 or 3 in the morning and things blew up. So we don't know for sure, but 25 to 35 percent of our patients are meth-positive when we check them."
Guy cited a similar percentage at Vanderbilt, which operates the largest burn unit in Tennessee. He said the lies can come with a big price because the chemicals used in meth-making are often as dangerous as the burns themselves.
He recalled the case of a woman who arrived with facial burns that she said were caused by a toaster. As a result, she didn't tell doctors that meth-making chemicals got into her eyes, delaying treatment.
"Now she's probably going to be blind because she wasn't honest about it," Guy said.
In Indiana, about three-quarters of meth busts now involve shake-and-bake. And injuries are rising sharply, mostly because of burns, said Niki Crawford of the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Team.
Indiana had 89 meth-related injuries during the 10-year period ending in 2009. The state has had 70 in the last 23 months, mostly from shake-and-bake labs, Crawford said.
What's more, meth-related burns often sear some of the body's most sensitive areas — the face and hands.
"I don't think a lot of these patients will be able to re-enter society, said Dr. Lucy Wibbenmeyer of the burn center at the University of Iowa. "They'll need rehab therapy, occupational therapy, which is very expensive."
Researchers at the University of Iowa found that people burned while making meth typically have longer hospital stays and more expensive bills than other burn patients — bills that are frequently absorbed by the hospital since a vast majority of the meth-makers lack insurance.
Medicaid provides reimbursement for many patients lacking private insurance, but experts say it amounts to pennies on the dollar.
Doctors at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, Mich., performed a five-year study of meth patients in the early 2000s, then a follow-up study in 2009-2010. Their investigation concurred with the Iowa findings. The Kalamazoo study also found that meth burn victims were more likely to suffer damage to the lungs and windpipe, spent more time on ventilators and needed surgery more often.
That report also found that only about 10 percent of meth patients had private insurance coverage, compared with 59 percent of other patients. And in many cases, their injuries leave them unable to work.

Associated PressCopyright 2012 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

 
National Rx Drug Take Back Day
BHCPD collects 300 lbs.
The Bullhead City Police Department collected approximately 300 pounds of prescription drugs Saturday, during the DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Officer Mike Sodaro (pictured) turned over the unwanted & expired prescription meds to the DEA for proper disposal on Monday.

According to Drug Free Arizona, 1 out of 4 Mohave County teens got high on prescription medication last year. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from the home medicine cabinet.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this nationwide effort to help prevent drug abuse and theft!
  

 
 
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July 20, 2011

HEY PEOPLE, THINKING OF GETTING A PIERCING??? TAKE A LOOK AT THIS....


 

CITIZENS ACTION TEAM RECOVERS STOLEN MOTORCYCLE

Citizens Action Team members recovered a stolen Harley Davidson late Wed night, MCSO was called and an attempt to contact the owner was unsuccessful, so the bike was picked up by Mikes Power Tow and taken to the yard. CAT member said “we offered to keep it overnight to save the owner tow charges but the officer said that would not be possible since it was stolen.” Hopefully it gets back to the rightful owner right away. The bike had been repainted from yellow to the "spray can" blue. Vin number was still intact.


CAT would like to thank these individuals for attending or speaking at our previous meetings:

 
Allen Palomino Assistant Chief Probation officer with Mohave County Probation Dept, for a detailed explanation of the workings of the Probation Dept.
Terry Flanagan, Chief Investigator for the County, for the very informed talk and power point presentation on Identity theft.
The Honorable Judge Robert Moon who gave us a very informed talk on our court system.
Trish Groe, State Represenative and her husband Frank,
Constable Jean Bishop Spoke on the duties of Constable.
The Honorable Judge John Taylor, Cerbat Justice Court
ERACE Team enforcement officer, Sonny O'Hara. "Enviromental Rural Area Cleanup and Enforcement"
Jack Ehrhardt Planning and economics development director for Hualapai Nation and candidate for Supervisor.
Dana Hlavac, Public Defender and candidate for Superior Court Judge Division 5. 
RON WEAVER, Enforcement for Davis Camp and Candidate for MOHAVE COUNTY SHERIFF
Susan Williams, Project director for MCTUPP. 

 

 
THE PHOTOS OF OUR CRIMINALS THAT HAVE BEEN ON OUR FRONT PAGE FOR A WHILE HAVE BEEN SENT TO OUR "MUG SHOTS" PAGE. WE WILL CONTINUE TO PUT THE MORE RECENT PHOTOS ON THE FRONT PAGE. AND THE "DEAD" FILES WILL BE PASTED ON THE MUG SHOTS PAGE. WE DO WANT TO KEEP THE PHOTOS ON THESE PAGES, BECAUSE WE BELIEVE ALL  THE CRIMINALS NEED TO HAVE THEIR PHOTOS PASTED ON OUR WEB SITE. TOO MANY OF THEM JUST KEEP DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN. THEY WALK AROUND OUR COMMUNITY LIKE THEY ARE GOOD CITIZENS AND CONTINUE TO CHEAT, STEAL. SELL DRUGS AND CON THE GOOD CITIZENS OF MOHAVE COUNTY INTO THINKING THEY ARE "OK". WELL,.... CRIMINALS,.... "HERE'S YOUR SIGN" AND ITS A BIG ONE. YOU COMMIT A CRIME AND YOUR PHOTO WILL BE POSTED HERE FOR EVERYONE TO SEE FOREVER, SO YOU CAN NO LONGER BE INVISIBLE.
 
Who will be next???
DO YOU KNOW OF A CRIMINAL THAT IS CAUSING A PROBLEM. EMAIL US AND WE WILL HIGHLIGHT THEM HERE.
WHO'S NEXT??
JOHN DUANE HENRY
25 Feb, 2011 John, here's your sign...
John earned this spot. H got arrested again last night when deputies found him at a storage place on Powell Ave, with a truck load of stolen items and burglary tools. He got arrested in January also.
He was arrested in Nov 2007 for the same thing and spent time in prison. Below is the report on that:
 
TRAFFICKING STOLEN PROPERTY – KINGMAN
Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested John Duane Henry, 38, of
Golden Valley, late Tuesday (11/20) afternoon for trafficking stolen
property, a felony.  Early Monday (11/19) evening, at about 5:17 p.m.,
deputies responded to a burglary report in the 3700 block of Suffock
Avenue.  Deputies contacted a 49-year-old female victim.  The victim
reported a 2006 Polaris ATV, a computer monitor and a variety of items
were stolen from her residence.  Upon investigations deputies learned
that Henry had sold the reported stolen ATV to a male subject Monday
(11/19) evening.  Approximately 4:45 p.m., deputies contacted Henry in
the 2700 block of Apache Street.  During conversations with Henry, he
admitted to selling the ATV.  Henry was taken into custody without
incident.  He was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.
Some of the stolen items were recovered.
 
  

 
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Reverse Mortgage Fraud Aims at Stealing Seniors’ Homes

ATTEMPTED MURDERER BENNIE MASTERED CAPTURED IN CALIF.

TROY ELLIS GAYER CAPTURED

 

CAPTURED! KURT LOUIS OXOS. JR.

 

VICTIM SUFFERS HEART ATTACK AFTER DISCOVERING THEFT

 

ROBERT COTA ARRESTED

 

SEPTIC COMPANY NAILED

Drug smugglers using ultralights to bring drugs into USA again.

 

Tony stewart donates bulletproof vest to police dogs. 

 

Mohave County Animal Control, New Program

 

Get Involved in National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month

HERSHEY SUES MARIJUANA FOOD MAKER

PARENTS NOT TALKING ENOUGH ABOUT DRUG DANGERS TO THEIR KIDS

TEEN DRUG SLANG: A DICTIONARY FOR PARENTS

DRUG DEALERS TARGET YOUNGER CUSTOMERS

CAT GETS THEIR CONVICTION!  Michael Dwight Bomar, "thief" gets 10 years in Prison

$3,000.00 Reward for cattle shot in Kingman

CAT announces the acquisition of a patrol aircraft.

2 white  supremacy members arrested

The sad story of Steven Wusstig

Sheriff Joe Arpaio authorizes reward system to catch copper thieves.

Welcome to meth country......Mohave County!

Mexico's gangs take over U.S.Mexico's gangs take over U.S. meth trade

Mexico meth raid nets $205 million in U.S. cash

 

SOME OF OUR FAVORITE LINKS:

POLICE DEPARTMENT

LAKE HAVASU POLICE DEPT 

MOHAVE COUNTY SHERIFF

BULLHEAD CITY POLICE

ARIZONA RANGERS

ARIZONA GANG TASK FORCE

ARIZONA MISSING CHILDREN.

AMERICA'S MOST WANTED

 

FBI 10 MOST WANTED.

 

KINGMAN METH COALITION

 

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN.

 

AZ. SEX OFFENDERS ABSCONDERS

 

AZ. SEX OFFENDER SEARCH SITE

 

US MARSHALLS MOST WANTED.

 

US POSTAL SERVICE MOST WANTED

 

US POSTAL INSPECTOR

CITY OF KINGMAN

Arizona MADD

Arizona SADD

www.drugfree.org

www.drugfreeaz.org

www.thetruth.com

http://www.methproject.org/

www.arizonamethproject.org

www.jointogether.org

Mohave County Tobacco Use Prevention Program MCTUPP

               Protecting police dogs with donated bulletproof vests

                                                                                              http://www.venomocity.com/

                                                                      http://www.myspace.com/mcstomp

                                                              www.tascaz.org

                                                                 http://www.azteenchallenge.org/

                                                            http://www.cesar.umd.edu/ 

                                                        ARIZONA CRIMINAL CODE

                                                    

 

   IF YOU ARE ON METH, CLICK HERE.

 View the "meth videos". 

Click the link below for a powerful presention of meth, how its made and its effects. Meth also known as, "TIK".

Click here for the POWERPOINT PRESENTATION ON METH, (TIK)  Use the arrows or mouse buttons to advance the slides, hit the Esc button to stop. To see this file you must have Microsoft Powerpoint installed on your computer, (it comes with Microsoft Office.)

 

 

 
 
YOU STEAL COPPER, WE'LL MAKE YOU FAMOUS................
 
 
This idiot had no idea he was being filmed.

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