Havasu Man Arrested for Failure to Comply Warrant in Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Case

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On Monday March 19th at approximately 8:20 PM Matthew Robert Hrynewycz, 24, out of Lake Havasu City was arrested at Commander Drive for a Failure to Comply Warrant issued 12/17/2014 by Judge Kalauli out of Lake Havasu City Consolidated Courts in a “Possession of Drug Paraphernalia” case.

This occurred after he was contacted regarding a Narcotics Call and a records check revealed he had an active warrant. Dispatch confirmed the warrant and Hrynewycz was taken into custody without incident.


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