Top, l-r: Nolan Gene Martin; Manuel Ricardo Duvall, Jr. Bottom, l-r: Gina Maria Denubilo; Jimmy Lee Clouse. (Mohave County Sheriff's Office)
KINGMAN, AZ (FOX5) -
A fugitive wanted in Nevada was one of two men whom barricaded themselves from authorities in a northwest Arizona home on Wednesday.
According to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office, Nolan Gene Martin, 36, and Manuel Ricardo Duvall, Jr., 19, were originally suspected in an auto theft. They were observed taking off in a stolen truck after shots were heard at a Kingman home the previous day, deputies said.
Authorities also said both had outstanding warrants for their arrests, including a Nevada warrant for Martin.
Deputies were able to locate the stolen vehicle to a home, where they were told by two occupants that the two suspects were inside. They were also told one of the suspects was armed with a shotgun.
When contacted by deputies, a woman inside the home, 32-year-old Gina Maria Denubilo, denied the two men were there. However, after they learned the two children were inside as well, they arrested the woman.
Deputies called a SWAT unit to the scene where they ordered Martin and Duvall to come out. Deputies were able to remove the children safely through an open window, authorities said.
Duvall exited without incident and was arrested. After some time, deputies deployed tear gas into the home and forced Martin to exit. He was taken into custody, the sheriff's office said.
After the arrests, a fourth person, 58-year-old Jimmy Lee Clouse, entered the scene and began yelling at deputies. Clouse also struck a detective in the face, deputies said.
Clouse was arrested for aggravated assault on a peace officer and criminal damage.
Martin, Duvall and Denubilo were charged with child abuse and endangerment. Denubilo was additionally charged for hindering prosecution.
All were booked in to the Mohave County Jail.
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