Kristopher Dean Thacker, Richard Daniel Lopez Jr., Jimmy Alan Harrison
Originally published Monday, April 16, 2018 at 05:55a.m.
The following arrests were reported by Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and Kingman Police Department as of Thursday:
Shadai Savanah Rodriguez, 29 of Kingman, was arrested April 9 for felony criminal damage to a tow truck.
Deputies were called to a business in the 4300 block of Bank Street where the reporting party said he received a call the previous night from the business next door claiming his tow truck had been hit.
The next morning, he arrived to find the tow truck had received front end damage, with red paint transferred from the other vehicle, and a plastic fender lying on the ground next to the truck.
Deputies contacted Kingman police about a woman, later identified as Rodriguez, who had been arrested the night before for DUI in the area of Willow and Gordon in a 2013 red Kia Soul.
Her car was located in a tow yard with deputies reported front end damage, red paint consistent with the paint found on the tow truck, and a missing fender as well, consistent with the one found at the scene.
Kristopher Dean Thacker, 35, of Kingman, was arrested for felony possession of a weapon by prohibited person, possession of weapon in drug offense, marijuana possession, narcotic drug possession and paraphernalia. MCSO deputies said he was also driving on a suspended license.
Deputies saw a silver vehicle going west on Lum Avenue and a records check found a mandatory insurance suspension.
When they pulled the car over, the driver came out with large knife holstered to his side. Deputies told him to get back in the car, but the statement said he would not follow their orders.
They detained Thacker for officer safety, and a pat search revealed a glass pipe in his pants pocket. Upon searching his vehicle, deputies found a black handgun, marijuana, ecstasy pills, marijuana wax, and several broken glass pipes.
Deputies said Thacker told them that he is a prohibited possessor due to prior convictions, and that he owned the items found in his car.
Cody William Advocate, 25, of Mohave Valley was arrested April 10 for possession of narcotic drugs for sale, possession of paraphernalia and possession of burglary tools.
Kingman Police located Advocated in the 3600 block of Stockton Hill Road after receiving a report of suspicious activity. He was sitting in a parked vehicle when an officer observed drug paraphernalia in plain view.
Other items used for committing burglaries and thefts were found in the vehicle, and he was found to be in possession of heroin and paraphernalia used for sale. Advocate admitted to the offenses.
Richard Daniel Lopez Jr., 38, of Kingman, was arrested April 8 for felony marijuana possession, dangerous drug possession, narcotic drug possession and drug paraphernalia.
Deputies stopped a white truck near Norrie Drive and Lum Avenue, and the driver, Lopez, gave them permission to search the vehicle. They found methamphetamine, marijuana, marijuana wax, and a glass pipe.
Jimmy Alan Harrison, 58, of Golden Valley, was arrested April 11 for felony possession of dangerous drugs, possession of drugs for sale and drug paraphernalia.
Deputies were called to a residents in the 2100 block of Canelo Road about a man selling meth. They went to the front door and asked Harrison if he was selling the drug.
“Not right now,” he responded.
They asked if there was meth in the house, and Harrison said there was. Deputies found three baggies and a metal tin containing about 10.5 grams meth, along with plastic baggies and a scale.