Bodycam Video of Mohave County Deputy Shooting Suspect Who Attacked Him
Dolan Springs, Arizona— On Sunday, at about 4:30,?am, a Mohave County Sheriff’s deputy responded to a domestic disturbance in the 6900blk of Stirrup Circle in Dolan Springs. During the investigation, it was determined that Davie Kuihana Ahuna, 37 of Dolan Springs, was going to be arrested for charges of alleged criminal domestic violence. While being taken into custody Ahuna allegedly began to resist and struck the deputy multiple times in the head and face with his fists and blunt objects.
Deputy Bridgman fired one shot striking Ahuna. Deputy Bridgman continued to hold Ahuna at gunpoint while waiting for other deputies to arrive. Ahuna allegedly ignored Bridgman’s commands and his attempts to render aid. Other deputies arrived and Ahuna continued to be non-compliant and resist.
Less lethal means were subsequently deployed and Ahuna was taken into custody. Ahuna was subsequently transported to Kingman Regional Medical Center by ambulance where he was treated for serious non-life-threatening injuries. The deputy was transported to Kingman Regional Medical Center by a fellow deputy, where he was treated for his injuries. Ahuna was treated and released from the hospital at which time he was booked into the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility on charges of Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer. The deputy, who was treated and released for his non-life-threatening injuries, remains on administrative leave.
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