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December 19, 2016 GMT

TRESPASSING ARREST, BULLHEAD CITY — Jeremy W. Gewald, 46, of Mohave Valley, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of trespassing in the third degree at Western Arizona Regional Medical Center, 2735 Silver Creek Road. Bullhead City police responded to a call of a man trespassing on the property, said Sgt. Steven Nave, Bullhead City Police Department spokesman. Employees reported Gewald signed himself out against medical advice and refused to leave the property. Officers made contact with Gewald after finding him laying on the ground outside the building, Nave said. Officers warned Gewald several time that he needed to leave the property or he would be arrested for trespassing. Gewald continued to refuse to leave. He was booked into the Mohave County Jail in Kingman.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE ARREST, BULLHEAD CITY — Robert Erwin Lee Richard IV, 41, of Mohave Valley, was arrested Saturday at Bullhead Square Shopping Center, 2250 Highway 95, on suspicion of extreme driving under the influence. Officers responded to a call of a subject down at McDonald’s, said Sgt. Steven Nave, Bullhead City Police Department spokesman. On arrival, officers reported observing a man passed out behind the wheel of a gold Honda Accord stopped in the drive-through of a restaurant. After reportedly failing field sobriety tests, Richard was arrested, cited and released from the Bullhead City Police Station.

WARRANT/FALSE REPORTING ARREST, BULLHEAD CITY — Catrina Louse Shuffelen, 23, of Fort Mohave, was arrested Saturday on suspicion of false reporting and for a felony warrant for drugs violation. Officers responded to a call from employees of a shoplifter, said Sgt. Steven Nave, Bullhead City Police Department spokesman. When officers arrived, they made contact with Shuffelen, who did not have identification. Officers reported she gave a misspelling of her name. Store employees told officers they did not desire prosecution, just the return of the merchandise, Nave said. Sheffelen reportedly agreed to allow a search of her purse and several stolen items still in their original packaging were recovered. A records search showed the outstanding warrant, Nave said. Shuffelen was booked into the Mohave County Jail in Kingman.