FORT MOHAVE–Three Salt Lake City, Utah residents are behind bars in Mohave County after a traffic stop reportedly uncovered multiple weapons, drugs and drug paraphernalia.
Tennille Marie Jones, 34, was arrested on suspicion of six counts of Possession of a Weapon by Prohibited Person, six counts of Possession of a Weapon in Use of a Drug Offense, two counts of Drug Paraphernalia Possession, Marijuana Possession and a felony misdemeanor probation violation warrant.
Mickey Rex Lunn, 72, was arrested on suspicion of six counts of Possession of a Weapon in Use of a Drug Offense, two counts dangerous Drug Possession, four counts Drug Paraphernalia Possession, Prescription Drug Possession and Theft/ Control of Stolen Property.
Larry Wayne Webster, 67, was arrested on suspicion of six counts of Possession of a Weapon in Use of a Drug Offense, five counts of Prescription Drug Possession, six counts of Drug Paraphernalia Possession, Dangerous Drug Possession, Narcotic Drug Possession, Marijuana Possession and five counts of misdemeanor Prescription Drug Possession.
On Wednesday around 11 p.m., deputies observed a white SUV in the parking lot of a gas station in the 4400 block of Highway 95 in Fort Mohave. A records check revealed the vehicle’s license plate to be suspended. Deputies conducted a traffic stop and observed a driver and two passengers inside the vehicle, and made contact with the driver, identified as Lunn.
Deputies requested identification from the passengers, and the female passenger, later identified as Jones, gave deputies a false name. When her identity was confirmed, it was revealed that she had an active arrest warrant, was a prohibited weapons possessor, and she was detained. Deputies removed the remaining occupants from the vehicle and requested a tow company, due to the plate suspension.
A search of the vehicle revealed different six weapons (one recorded stolen), multiple different prescriptions pills, syringes, methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana, glass pipes, and other assorted drug paraphernalia.
They were taken to the Mohave County jail in Kingman.