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KINGMAN — The Mohave County Sheriff's Office has released the identity of a Golden Valley woman who died in custody last month after an apparent self-imposed hunger strike.

The sheriff's office identified the woman as 69-year-old Susan Jane Mish. Mish was pronounced dead by hospital staff at Kingman Regional Medical Center on May 25 after being taken to the hospital by Mohave County Adult Detention Facility personnel when she refused to eat or drink for several days while at the jail.
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Inmate Who Refused Food and Died at Kingman Hospital ID'ed

KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities have released the name of an inmate who died last week at a Kingman hospital after starving herself. The Mohave County Sheriff's Office on Friday identified 69-year-old Susan Jane Mish of Golden Valley as the inmate. Investigators say Mish was arrested May 14 on...
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Kingman couple arrested in connection with armed robbery

KINGMAN — A Kingman man and a woman have been arrested in connection with an armed robbery that occurred in Golden Valley on May 22. Adam Gregory Wells, 41, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, armed robbery and disorderly conduct with a weapon, all felonies. Bridget...
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Two Golden Valley men charged in connection to break-in

GOLDEN VALLEY — Two Golden Valley men were arrested after Mohave County Sheriff's deputies reportedly caught them leaving a home with stolen property. Dean Alden Collins Jr., 35, and John Duane Henry, 53, were charged with attempted theft of means of transportation, second degree burglary, third degree burglary and criminal damage, all felonies.
GOLDEN VALLEY, AZ
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State Route 68 paving project west of Golden Valley postponed

BULLHEAD CITY — A project to replace pavement along 15 miles of State Route 68 from Highway 95 in Bullhead City to just west of Golden Valley has been postponed, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Prior to the original start date, engineers on the project team determined...
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State Route 68 paving project west of Golden Valley postponed

BULLHEAD CITY, AZ – A project to replace pavement along 15 miles of State Route 68 from SR 95 in Bullhead City to just west of Golden Valley has been postponed, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Prior to the original start date, engineers on the project team...
BULLHEAD CITY, AZ
Mohave Daily News

Weekend Happenings, May 13-15

Catch a play or do some shopping in Bullhead City, enjoy adult-themed comedy in Oatman and browse the yard sales in Chloride this weekend. • River Cities Community Theater Players will present “Skulduggery Sails the Atlantic” onstage at Suddenlink Community Center this weekend. Melodrama meets the high seas...
BULLHEAD CITY, AZ
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Expect delays from Highway 68 project

BULLHEAD CITY — Motorists traveling between Bullhead City and Golden Valley on State Route 68 should expect short delays over the next month during a highway improvement project. Starting May 16, the Arizona Department of Transportation said, delays of up to 15 minutes can be expected, starting at the...
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15-mile segment of State Route 68 to receive new pavement

BULLHEAD CITY, AZ – Beginning Monday, May 16, the Arizona Department of Transportation will begin a project to replace pavement along 15 miles of State Route 68 prolonging the life of the road and improving safety. The project will stretch from the State Route 95 junction in Bullhead City...
BULLHEAD CITY, AZ
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Golden Valley man charged with abusing 1-year-old

KINGMAN — A Golden Valley man was arrested after Kingman Regional Medical Center reported that a 1-year-old child had suffered suspicious injuries. Matthew Nicholas Brown, 23, is charged with felony aggravated assault by domestic violence, child abuse by domestic violence and sexual conduct with a minor by domestic violence.
GOLDEN VALLEY, AZ

183 animals found dead in Michigan man’s freezer

A Michigan man is facing animal cruelty charges after 183 animals were allegedly found dead in his freezer, police said. Michael Patrick Turland, 43, of Central Lake, is charged with 94 counts of felony animal cruelty in Arizona after sheriff’s deputies responded to a request for an animal welfare check, police said. They found 183 dead dogs, turtles, lizards, birds, snakes, mice, rats and rabbits in a freezer. It appears that some of them were still alive when they were put in the freezer, police said.
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