Bravo is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument, and with assisting a criminal street gang, both felonies.
One primary area of focus in the murder trial of Alfredo Gerardo Blanco involves pinning down the locations for the cellphones of the defendant and the man he is alleged to have killed, Sidney Cranston Jr., on the day of the latter’s disappearance.
Council at its last meeting accepted a $10,000 State Historic Preservation Office pass-through grant to help complete a historic preservation plan for the airport’s airfield flight tower that dates back to World War II.
FBI testimonies and readings of interview transcripts were some of the primary focuses in the trial of accused murderer Alfredo Gerardo Blanco this past week.
Wednesday’s testimonies in the trial of Alfredo Gerardo Blanco came from Mohave County Search and Rescue and Kingman Police Department personnel, and the owner of a jewelry store who the state alleges was sold two rings belonging to Sidney Cranston by the defendant.
Robin Puchek, Blanco’s attorney, provided his opening statements regarding what he said “the defense believes is the most important evidence for you to consider in this case,” he told the jury.
The state’s interpretation of the alleged actions of Alfredo Gerardo Blanco were laid out by prosecuting attorney Bob Moon during opening statements Tuesday afternoon.
The first-degree murder trial of Alfredo Gerardo Blanco kicked off with jury selection Tuesday, following a mistrial in September and a trial continuance in November.
Anthony Scott Axton, who is facing numerous felony charges in relation to a number of burglaries and robberies throughout the area, had pretrial conferences Monday for seven of the cases in which he is a defendant.
Youth helping youth
“We were looking for a community project, and we looked at a bike and said, ‘We could do bikes,’” said Gabe Owiesny, CTSO vice president.