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Heidi Frances

KINGMAN – A youth counselor reported that a teenage girl had run away from the youth shelter on Thursday, March 16.

FORT MOHAVE – Authorities have unsealed an indictment that alleges a Fort Mohave doctor wrote thousands of subscriptions to sell prescription drugs illegally in a half dozen states. Charged in the 21-count indictment are Dr. Shakeel Kahn, his wife Lyn Kahn and Paul Beland.




LAKE HAVASU CITY – The Lake Havasu City Police Department received a tip on March 13 that helped identify a possible suspect in the recent arson cases.

Officials from the town of Laughlin are concerned that the public is extending the life of a massive Colorado River floating event that most thought was canceled last year. The Bullhead City Council voted to discontinue the annual regatta that drew as many as 30,000 participants at its zenith, presenting a host of problems ranging from trash and transportation to public safety and civil liability.

Campers and kayakers alike offer similar complaints about the vigilante antics of a “creepy” man in northwest Arizona who trespassed some off property he didn’t own, and patrolled a remotely located public campground without authorization. Testimony in the March 1 evidentiary hearing in the case against Danny Button reads like scenes from the movie Deliverance, without Burt Reynolds and squealing pigs.

KINGAMN – The Cancer Care Center is being expanded on the north end of the Kingman Regional Medical Center campus. TR Orr Inc. is the general contractor for the $9.5-million project.

LAKE HAVASU CITY – A Lake Havasu City man is facing mandatory prison time following his jury trial convictions in Mohave County Superior Court on Friday, February 24.