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Posted: Sunday, August 25, 2013 12:00 am

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INTERFERENCE WITH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, FORT MOHAVE — Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Zabrina Lynn Longacre, 31, of Needles, Calif., and Alford James Hicks, 35, of Kingman. Longacre was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear issued by Bullhead City Municipal Court. Hicks was booked on suspicion of interference with an educational institution, criminal trespassing, theft of means of transportation, unlawful use of means of transportation and possession of stolen property, felonies. Thursday morning, deputies responded to a school in the 1700 block of Lipan Boulevard in reference to suspicious people in the area, sheriff’s office spokeswoman Trish Carter said. Deputies learned from dispatchers, she said, that a man wearing only red shorts was seen walking across the street from the school. Upon arrival, Carter said, deputies observed Longacre walking in the area. She reportedly said that the car she had been riding in had run out of gas and that the vehicle was left on the side of the roadway at Lipan Boulevard and Highway 95. Longacre also reportedly told deputies that a man known as “AJ” was traveling with her. A record check showed Longacre to have an outstanding warrant. She was taken into custody without incident. Deputies located a man, matching the description of the suspicious person, across the street from the school, Carter said. Deputies contacted the male, later identified as Hicks. He reportedly said that he was given a ride to the area by his friend. During the investigation, Carter said, deputies learned that Hicks had taken the 1999 Chevrolet convertible without the owner’s permission. Hicks was taken into custody without incident. Through further investigation, she said, deputies determined that Hicks entered school property and was asked to leave several times. School officials reportedly told deputies that he returned and attempted to enter a classroom, but several students slammed the door shut and locked it. Longacre and Hicks were transported to the Mohave County District II Substation. The vehicle was towed from the scene.

WARRANT ARREST, BULLHEAD CITY — Tony Rauthell Nunn, 52, was arrested Friday after being pulled over in the 100 block of Riverwood Lane on suspicion of having suspended registration for his van. A check revealed that he had an outstanding felony warrant for forgery and theft. He was booked on the warrant and cited for having no mandatory insurance. Nunn was transported to the Mohave County District II Substation.

WARRANT ARREST, BULLHEAD CITY — Justin James Rector, 25, was arrested Friday after a traffic stop at Marina Boulevard and Clearwater Drive on a vehicle in which he was a passenger. A check showed that he had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear. The driver was given a verbal warning for having only one headlight illuminated. Rector was transported to the Mohave County District II Substation.

WARRANT ARREST, BULLHEAD CITY — Brittanie Joyce Vosler, 18, was arrested in the 300 block of Lee Avenue on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear. She was taken to the Mohave County Jail in Kingman.

WARRANT ARREST, BULLHEAD CITY — Carol Patricia Hogue, 63, was arrested in the 2200 block of Merrill Avenue on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for failure to pay a fine. She was taken to the Mohave County Jail in Kingman.

Unless otherwise indicated, the preceding information was taken from Bullhead City police reports

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