Jul. 24th, 2013

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"Stirling said 55-year-old David King, of Havasu, was detained by police after the ordeal. Because King’s portable breath test results showed his blood alcohol to be at least .30 percent, King was transported to Havasu Regional Medical Center to be medically cleared before being booked into the Havasu jail.
King could face charges including aggravated assault, misconduct involving a firearm and discharging a weapon within city limits, Stirling said.

King was the sole occupant of the residence.

King also was arrested in late March 2012 and charged with disorderly conduct involving a firearm. During that incident, King told police his recently deceased cat deserved a 21-gun salute. King reportedly organized the salute toward the Lake from his backyard at the same residence. One week prior to the cat-tribute incident, King also was contacted for setting off fireworks from his property.

Monday, Lake Havasu City volunteer Community Response Team responded to provide heat rehab for police working the scene.

“The officers got pretty warm out there after a few hours doing their thing,” said Jim Thill, CERT assistant team leader.
In all, five CERT volunteers responded to provide water, Gatorades, cooling buckets of ice water and snacks to police."

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