Havasu Man Arrested for Drugs, Assault, and Disorderly Conduct

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 Inmate ID: 265126

Inmate ID: 265126

Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Nathan Scott Holliday, 26, of Lake Havasu City, early Friday (4/8) evening for possession of dangerous drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, felonies, along with assault per domestic violence and disorderly conduct per domestic violence, misdemeanors. Approximately 4:30 p.m., deputies responded to a disturbance at a residence in the 5800 block of N Reef Boulevard. Upon arrival, deputies contacted the reporting party. The RP said that his daughter and Holliday, her boyfriend, when arguing and Holliday hit her. Deputies contacted Holliday. Deputies observed Holliday was quite upset. Holliday advised nothing physical happened between him and his girlfriend. Deputies detained Holliday. Deputies questioned Holliday about having anything illegal on him. Holliday advised that he has meth inside his front pocket. Deputies located a small plastic bag containing a white crystal substance. Deputies contacted Holliday’s girlfriend, a 25-year-old victim. The victim said that they got into an argument about him using drugs again. The victim further said that during the argument that he picked up an unopened can of soda and threw it at her. Deputies observed a lump and a small laceration on the victims’ forehead. Holliday was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail without incident.

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