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BULLHEAD CITY – A Bullhead City man has been arrested after an alleged shooting incident Monday morning.
According a Bullhead City Police Department spokeswoman, detectives arrested Jonathan Daniel Hash, 21, for attempted second degree murder, aggravated assault, possession of a prohibited weapon, disorderly conduct with a weapon, unlawful discharge of a firearm, endangerment and criminal damage.
Bullhead City Police were called to the area of Mead Lane and Gregg Lane for several reports of shots fired at about 11:30 a.m. Monday.
Detectives interviewed multiple witnesses and served a search warrant at Hash’s residence.
According to BHCPD, Hash and others went to confront a person on Mead Lane.
When they left the confrontation, Hash reportedly fired rounds while walking away. Hash then
reportedly fired more rounds at a person when they approached the home where he was reportedly staying. Hash was the only person armed at the time of the confrontations.
Detectives found that a bullet went through the window, television and couch of a nearby house. The home was occupied at the time but the residents in this house were not part of the altercation.
Another round struck an unoccupied parked vehicle in the area. The owner of the vehicle was
not involved in the altercation.
The case is being investigated and additional charges may be pending.