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BULLHEAD CITY — Police are actively seeking a man they believe killed another man in a shooting on a Bullhead City street.

According to the Bullhead City Police Department, a man was shot multiple times while in the roadway in the 1800 block of Coronado Drive around 5:20 p.m. Thursday. The victim was pronounced dead at Western Arizona Regional Medical Center.

The victim has not been identified, police said.

Emergency personnel arrived and police cordoned off the area and began a search after getting a description from witnesses.

Witnesses described the alleged shooter as a Hispanic male, 20 to 25 years of age, between 5-foot-8 and 5-10 with a short crew cut. He was wearing a dark brown hoodie, dark-colored shorts and white tennis shoes. He was reportedly last seen fleeing the area on foot toward Sea Breeze Lane.

No additional information was available Thursday night.

Mohave Silent Witness has offered a reward starting at $500 for any information assisting detectives in an arrest.

Anyone with information should contact the Bullhead City Police Department at 928-763-9200 or the non-emergency dispatch number after 5 p.m., 928-763-1999.

This is incorrect, I was listening to the scanner last night and someone spotted him kicking in the door to the the Praise Chapel, which is right across the street from my house.

This describes damn near EVERY Hispanic male in my town.. Way to go witnesses!

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This describes damn near EVERY Hispanic male in my town.. Way to go witnesses!
Kind of like describing a black, male perpetrator as, "Tall, black and skinny." Well, damn, you just described most of the NBA!

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It is a shame about arizona.
Such HISTORY.
Such a beautiful state.
Such a group of intertwining cultures.


These people are not only ruining "paradise" but have become some kind of sphericallly propagating infestation of THE ENTIRE COUNTRY!!!


It does nto say he was ILLEGAL, but I am willing to bet that if he wasn't, he is not very far removed.

another question I have:


Do other countries in "Latin America" have immigration laws, or are they allowed to "emigrate" to those countries and exhaust THEIR RESOURCES as they do OURS????

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It is a shame about arizona.
Such HISTORY.
Such a beautiful state.
Such a group of intertwining cultures.


These people are not only ruining "paradise" but have become some kind of sphericallly propagating infestation of THE ENTIRE COUNTRY!!!


It does nto say he was ILLEGAL, but I am willing to bet that if he wasn't, he is not very far removed.

another question I have:


Do other countries in "Latin America" have immigration laws, or are they allowed to "emigrate" to those countries and exhaust THEIR RESOURCES as they do OURS????
Uh, PINK, Arizona was once Mexican territory. There was large population of Mexican and Native American people living there long before European settlers arrived. Arizona didn't become U. S. territory until after the Mexican-American War, and a state in 1912.

Maybe I missed the train somewhere, but I've never heard Arizona being referred to as a "Paradise." The place is largely desert region. Yes, there is much in the way of natural splendor there, but, well, the climate is pretty much arid.

Don't be to quick to categorize people because of race. The majority of American Latinos are hard-working, law-abiding citizens. There are criminals in all cultures and races.

Was it paradise when white settlers took land from the Native Americans and forced them onto reservations? The Native Americans knew how to cultivate the land, whereas, when the European settlers took over and built their farms, the land eroded, and by the 1930's, the dust bowl evolved--one of the biggest disasters in American history. Yes, we eventually fixed it, to a large degree, but it can happen again. Don't forget, there is still the issue of industry expansion, air and water pollution, automobile congestion, destruction of wildlife for recreation purposes, the shrinking of forestland to accommodate shopping malls and residential developments, right here in the good ol' U. S. of A.

Paradise? Hmmmm.

Love how you're blaming the right people, PINK.

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roadway ??

what's that??

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Uh, PINK, Arizona was once Mexican territory. There was large population of Mexican and Native American people living there long before European settlers arrived. Arizona didn't become U. S. territory until after the Mexican-American War, and a state in 1912.

Maybe I missed the train somewhere, but I've never heard Arizona being referred to as a "Paradise." The place is largely desert region. Yes, there is much in the way of natural splendor there, but, well, the climate is pretty much arid.

Don't be to quick to categorize people because of race. The majority of American Latinos are hard-working, law-abiding citizens. There are criminals in all cultures and races.

Was it paradise when white settlers took land from the Native Americans and forced them onto reservations? The Native Americans knew how to cultivate the land, whereas, when the European settlers took over and built their farms, the land eroded, and by the 1930's, the dust bowl evolved--one of the biggest disasters in American history. Yes, we eventually fixed it, to a large degree, but it can happen again. Don't forget, there is still the issue of industry expansion, air and water pollution, automobile congestion, destruction of wildlife for recreation purposes, the shrinking of forestland to accommodate shopping malls and residential developments, right here in the good ol' U. S. of A.

Paradise? Hmmmm.

Love how you're blaming the right people, PINK.
Jesus H Christ Doosh--- we stole, they stole, everyone at one point or another STOLE something from someone. Conquering lords, Kings, wars, tribes of NATIVE AMERICANS committing genocide on other NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES. none of it is new.

Huge swatches of land were SOLD to the United States by the Mexicans. Is that my fault 4 generations later? Why are you even bringing up the fact they inhabited this area a hundred or more years ago? WHAT THE FUCK does that have to do with them SELLING this land to the United States of America and being HERE illegally?

So fucking tired of being blamed for everything from black intolerance (slavery) to running Mexicans out of my state :D

Arizona is a paradise maybe you've never been? It has some of the most unique picturesque landscapes and every single type of climate, it is a veritable paradise as far as moderate climate. Ask the millions of visitors who flock here to escape their harsh winters in other parts, not just states in America, but places all over the WORLD.

What does Oklahoma have to do with anything happening in Bullhead City, Arizona? Or illegals causing high crime rates in poorer areas and border towns? I guess I am confused with your debate here.

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It is a shame about arizona.
Such HISTORY.
Such a beautiful state.
Such a group of intertwining cultures.


These people are not only ruining "paradise" but have become some kind of sphericallly propagating infestation of THE ENTIRE COUNTRY!!!


It does nto say he was ILLEGAL, but I am willing to bet that if he wasn't, he is not very far removed.

another question I have:


Do other countries in "Latin America" have immigration laws, or are they allowed to "emigrate" to those countries and exhaust THEIR RESOURCES as they do OURS????
American has the most relaxed immigration laws. Mexico does not allow other Latin American people to freely immigrate into their country. Every other country deports you almost immediately. We are the only ones that are so full of bleeding hearts, that we allow them to come here and fuck around like they do!

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Uh, PINK, Arizona was once Mexican territory. There was large population of Mexican and Native American people living there long before European settlers arrived. Arizona didn't become U. S. territory until after the Mexican-American War, and a state in 1912.

Maybe I missed the train somewhere, but I've never heard Arizona being referred to as a "Paradise." The place is largely desert region. Yes, there is much in the way of natural splendor there, but, well, the climate is pretty much arid.

Don't be to quick to categorize people because of race. The majority of American Latinos are hard-working, law-abiding citizens. There are criminals in all cultures and races.

Was it paradise when white settlers took land from the Native Americans and forced them onto reservations? The Native Americans knew how to cultivate the land, whereas, when the European settlers took over and built their farms, the land eroded, and by the 1930's, the dust bowl evolved--one of the biggest disasters in American history. Yes, we eventually fixed it, to a large degree, but it can happen again. Don't forget, there is still the issue of industry expansion, air and water pollution, automobile congestion, destruction of wildlife for recreation purposes, the shrinking of forestland to accommodate shopping malls and residential developments, right here in the good ol' U. S. of A.

Paradise? Hmmmm.

Love how you're blaming the right people, PINK.
Arizona is a paradise! I love it here! I've been everywhere in the US and this place is amazing!

I don't judge people based on their skin color, and I know you weren't talking to me, but when you live in this mess and all of the shit that is going on out here, you kind of have to be suspicious of people based on their skin color. When I send my kids to school, it does not make me happy that I have to buy double for each child so that the poor little mexican children can have the same things as my kids. I don't mind helping poor people on bit, but when I'm forced to buy items for children of illegal immigrants, who suck up welfare, spend hundreds of dollars a week on booze, and drive nicer vehicles than I do, it starts to piss me off. Not only are these people not paying taxes on the money they are making, they aren't even helping our economy with it. They send it home to their family in Mexico and live off of my state's assistance that I am paying for.

And in this town, chances are, they're illegal. I don't treat them any differently, but being white in this town, you get treated like shit. Especially by the Mexicans. Perfect example: I was with the old man at the casino the other night, we tip very well on the tables b/c that is also how we make our living. We started tipping the dealer as soon as she came on the table. She was the rudest fucking person I have ever dealt with in public. She was as nice as can be to the Mexicans that were not tipping her. She caused four of us tipping and large betting players to color up and leave her table, losing money for the dealers, and for the house. But she didn't care, we were white and she wanted us off of her table. This was a big mistake on her part because that night, I talked to the casino supervisor, who happens to be her highest up boss and a great friend of mine and the old man's. She was suspended for three days. Before this we complained to the pit boss, who was also Mexican, and she rolled her eyes at us when my old man told her that he was a dealer and would NEVER treat anyone that way on his table or in the casino. The pit boss was fired.

My point is, just because I'm the white man, I'm not the devil and I don't treat anyone differently because of the color of their skin, but it gets to a point where you get tired of being treated like shit because of the color of your skin, and you start fighting back. if we were to let these illegals take over our city, we'd be fucked. There would be gun shots every night again like before the parts of SB1070 passed, and it would go back to the shit hole it was before a good percentage of the illegals left. Not to mention if you get your car totaled by an illegal immigrant with no license, insurance, or registration, you're fucked and you'll have to run into that person everywhere b/c it's discrimination to deport or report them. It's a lose/lose situation.

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Stop. Hold it. Arizona is a beautiful state. Let's get that straight, right away. I'm only making the analogy of a paradise being a place where life is easy, and there is much contentment and little in the way of danger or stress. Deserts are very tough to deal with. I've spent a few years just outside of Vegas, in Nevada. The summers are HOT. I've driven through through some of the more remote areas, at the peak of summer, and it's harsh--never seen so much sun and sky in my life, not to mention the near-murderous heat. Yet, there was an inescapable beauty about it all. And I realize these here places are kind of like the Himalayan Mountains: their splendor is unbounded, yet I wouldn't exactly call living in those regions synonymous to living in a paradise.

Pink, no one's blaming you for anything except that silly statement you made about that Latino fellow and his people. Secondly, that land was taken through conflict although in the end, the U. S. did compensate Mexico. But that wasn't my point. THERE WERE LATINOS IN ARIZONA BEFORE IT BECAME A STATE; HENCE THE CONCLUSION CAN BE MADE THEY WERE AMERICAN CITIZENS. Also many were already in New Mexico, Texas, southern California, etc., by the time they all became states.

Don't go off track and claim everyone's blaming white people for all the woes of the United States. The fault lies in everyone of us who sits on our butts and complain, but do nothing to make it better. Yes, there is extreme white racism in the United States. Just take a look at Timothy McVeigh and his cronies, the KKK and the NeoNazi's. These people are willing to pursue violent means to get their beliefs across. BUT THEY'RE THE MINORITIES, dude. They don't speak for anyone but themselves.

I agree, Hag, what that waitress did was racist. And she was duly taken care of. Yet, most Latinos aren't like that, thankfully. You're always gonna have rotten apples to deal with. Blacks, Asians, Latinos go through the same treatment, as do many other minorities in this country. My point is: ALL FORMS OF RACISM IS WRONG. And the truth be known, most Latinos in the country are not illegal. The legality of the non-legal populace and their citizenship status is something for the lawmakers to decide, and that comes down to our vote. The thing is: this country was built largely by immigrants, be it from Europe, SE Asia, Africa, or Latin America. Most of us share a common bond: we can trace our ancestry to somewhere else in the world.

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses ..." That's what the Statue of Liberty stands for. Let's not defeat that.

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THERE WERE LATINOS IN ARIZONA BEFORE IT BECAME A STATE; HENCE THE CONCLUSION CAN BE MADE THEY WERE AMERICAN CITIZENS. Also many were already in New Mexico, Texas, southern California, etc., by the time they all became states.
NO such conclusion can be made.

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