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A Bullhead City couple has entered plea agreements that will send them to the Arizona Department of Corrections for possessing a significant amount of methamphetamine. An investigation into suspected drug sales prompted a search last March of the defendant's home in the 700 block of Los Flores Street.

Bullhead City police said more than nine ounces of meth, a usable amount of cocaine, an alleged drug transaction ledger and more than $1,000 in cash was seized. Dennis Childers, 61, and Julie Childers, 52, were arrested and jailed on an assortment of drug related charges.

Deputy Mohave County attorney Reed Weisberg said both Childers pled guilty Tuesday to a reduced count of attempted possession of dangerous drugs for sale. All other charges are dismissed in the separate deals.

Weisberg said both defendants face up to 8.75 years in prison when sentenced separately next month by Mohave County Superior Court Judge Rick Lambe.

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A unique plea agreement has been crafted for a Bullhead City man, providing him incentive to reimburse the state of Arizona in a benefit theft caper.

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An inmate from the state prison in Golden Valley has pled guilty to aggravated assault charges for scuffling with corrections officers at Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC).

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A Mohave Valley resident has fully confessed to the murder of his girlfriend of eight years, claiming it was an act of euthanasia.

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WHITE HILLS - Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 12, gunfire in the rural community of White Hills north of Kingman put two men in the hospital and another in jail.

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A Yucca man will spend more than three decades in prison for the murder of a disabled Navy veteran. Buddy Wallace, 28, was given a 32-year prison term for the Oct., 2015 stabbing death of Charles McCarty.

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A Kirkland, Arizona resident involved in a Kingman home invasion robbery has entered a plea agreement that will send him to the Arizona Department of Corrections.

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