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4 arrested after Kingman barricade situation

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Nolan Gene Martin; Gina Maria Denubilo; Manuel Ricardo Duvall Jr.; Jimmy Lee Clouse Nolan Gene Martin; Gina Maria Denubilo; Manuel Ricardo Duvall Jr.; Jimmy Lee Clouse
KINGMAN, Ariz. -

Mohave County Sheriff's deputies arrested four people after a barricade situation on Wednesday.

Deputies were told shots were fired at a home in the 4000 block of Irving Avenue after a verbal argument ensued on Tuesday. Two vehicles reportedly left the area shortly after.

Deputies went to the home and saw blood on the front door, but didn't find anyone inside.

On Wednesday, deputies went to the home for a follow-up and saw a vehicle in the backyard that matched the description of the one of the vehicles reported on Tuesday. Deputies say the vehicle had been reported stolen.

Deputies talked to two people inside the home and learned 36-year-old Nolan Gene Martin and 19-year-old Manuel Ricardo Duvall Jr. were also inside and both had outstanding arrest warrants.

They also learned Martin was armed with a sawed-off shotgun.

Deputies talked to 32-year-old Gina Maria Denubilo, who they say lied to them about Martin and Duvall being inside the home.

Denubilo had left two children inside the home and was taken into custody for child abuse, child endangerment and hindering prosecution.

The Tactical Operations Unit and hostage negotiators were called in and were able to get the children out of the home through a window.

Duvall eventually came out of the home and was taken into custody for three outstanding warrants for failure to pay fines issued by Kingman Municipal Court. He was also charged with endangerment and child abuse.

Negotiators continued talking to Martin, who was still barricaded inside the home. Eventually the TOU team threw tear gas into the home, causing Martin to climb out through a broken window.

Martin was taken into custody and arrested for a felony fugitive from justice warrant issued out of Nevada.  He was also arrested for child abuse and endangerment.

Deputies are still investigating the stolen vehicle.

After the arrests, deputies say 58-year-old Jimmy Lee Clouse came into the area and began to yell and cause a scene.  

When approached by authorities, Clouse allegedly hit a detective in the face, breaking his glasses.  Clouse was taken into custody for aggravated assault on a peace officer, a felony and criminal damage, a misdemeanor.   

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