Disorderly conduct, racial slurs result in the arrests
Yavapai Sheriff's deputies were called near Western Drive and State Route 260 when a Hispanic woman said that she was driving near the "Sizzler" restaurant when three men pulled next to her in a truck and began yelling sexual and racial slurs. The men "flipped" her off and threw things toward the woman and her passengers, including her mother, aunt and nephew. The truck also displayed a large flag in the bed.
Cottonwood police officers found a truck that displayed a Confederate Flag and contained three men. The victims were taken to the traffic stop identified the suspects, 21-year-old Curtis Alexander, 24-year-old Richard Alexander, and 21-year-old Logan Spude, all of Cottonwood. Spude and Curtis Alexander admitted to the allegations while Richard Alexander denied involvement.
The three were arrested and booked at the Camp Verde Detention Center on four charges each of disorderly conduct. Spude was additionally charged with interference of a judicial procedure for violation of a prior release condition restricting alcohol consumption. Curtis Alexander was charged with identify theft for possession of an Arizona Identification Card in Richard's name with his photo displayed.
Two witnesses reported to police that they were riding their horses Sunday morning along a trail at Dead Horse Ranch State Park when they turned the corner to find a man jogging naked. The man is described as in his early twenties, Caucasian, about 5-feet, 8-inches tall, with a thin to medium build, sandy brown/blonde hair wearing only white tennis shoes and socks.
The 17-year-old rider yelled that he was "sick" and then gave chase on his horse. The jogger got scared and ran toward the irrigation ditch to the river and was lost in the bushes.
The 17-year old told the policeman that he is sure that he would be able to recognize the naked man since he has seen him running around the park naked before. He was upset because he knew there were
children in the area. He was not able to give much identifying information except that the man was very thin and had a small nose.
Woman charged in bar fight
A 31-year-old Cottonwood woman was arrested early Saturday on two counts of assault after an incident in the women's bathroom at the Rockin' B Saloon, at 65 E. State Route 89A.
Sara Knoblock told the responding officer that she was using the bathroom in the bar with two other girls and for some reason one of the girls started calling her by an offensive slang, asking why was she was inconsiderate. She claimed she was washing her hands when one of the girls grabbed her hair and they both started punching her. She was holding one down when the other one pushed them out the door and the fight was broken up by the bouncers. The officer could see no injuries.
Shara Campbell, 29, said that she and her friend Kim were in the bathroom. Kim was waiting for her suddenly asked "are you done?" Then Kim yelled, "this *&%$# just hit me in the head with a beer bottle!" Shara came out of the stall and saw Kim in the corner with beer all over her head and Sara holding a beer bottle. Sara then reportedly started to hit Shara and grabbed her hair. Shara forced her way out of the bathroom into the bar and started screaming and other patrons pulled her off. The officer noticed no injures but the bouncer brought some hair that matched the color of Shara's.
Kim Holdgrafer, 22, said that she was in the bathroom when a girl in a green sweater (Sara) cut in line. The two women then had a verbal exchange, which culminated, police side, with Sara pouring her beer over Kim's head then cracking her head with the bottle.
Kim had a contusion on her forehead but she refused treatment.
Sara Knoblock was cited for two counts of assault.
Camp Verde man violates sex offender conditions
A Camp Verde man has been arrested on South 1st Street and charged with violating his sex offender conditions. 27-year-old Terry Odell was charged with failure to notify of an address change within 72 hours after relocating his residence. He was arrested Friday. He was booked into the Yavapai County Jail.