AZBW NEWS SERVICE —The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office reported May
16 that deputies patrolling Lake Havasu had arrested three men for
operating watercraft under the influence of alcohol during the
Mother’s Day weekend.
Deputies arrested a 32-year-old Lake Havasu
City man on May 13 for DUI-Watercraft with a blood alcohol
concentration over .08 percent, a misdemeanor.
Deputies reported that they conducted a stop after they observed
the man’s watercraft traveling in the area of Site Six at
approximately 7:41 p.m. without navigational lights as required. He
was cited and released to a responsible party.
Another Lake Havasu City man was arrested around 3:35 p.m. on May
14 after deputies conducting a stop of a watercraft in the area of
Site Six smelled alcohol. The 41-year-old man was taken into custody
and transported to the Contact Point substation where an analysis
revealed his blood alcohol concentration to be .15 percent, a
A record check revealed that the man had a failure to appear for
a felony warrant issued by the Kingman Justice Court. He was booked
into the Mohave County jail without incident, deputies reported.
Also on May 14 at approximately 12:45 p.m. deputies stopped a
22-year-old Chicago man after they observed his watercraft traveling
in Thompson Bay (a no wake zone) with an excessive wake.
The man admitted to deputies that he had been drinking. He was
taken into custody and taken to the substation at Contact Point
where an analysis revealed his blood alcohol concentration was .131
percent. He was arrested and booked into the Mohave County District