“Arizona Man Charged with Murder in Shocking ATV Crash Killing Ex-Girlfriend”

By | August 1, 2023

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An Arizona man, John H Stettler, has been arrested and charged with murder after intentionally crashing his go-kart into his ex-girlfriend’s ATV. The victim, Sally Minard, suffered severe injuries and later died. The collision was determined to be a criminal act, and Stettler was arrested without incident. The motive behind the intentional crash is still under investigation. Stettler is currently being held on a $300,000 bond. MEAWW reported

Arrest Made in Shocking Go-Kart Crash Murder in Meadview, Arizona

Meadview, Arizona – An Arizona man has been arrested and charged with murder after intentionally crashing his go-kart into his ex-girlfriend’s all-terrain vehicle (ATV). The suspect, identified as John H Stettler, was charged with one count of second-degree murder per domestic violence in the killing of 32-year-old Sally Minard.

The incident occurred on Friday, July 28, when authorities responded to a report of a vehicular crash in the area of Driftwood Drive and Boathouse Drive in Mohave County, Arizona. Upon arrival, they found Minard suffering from severe injuries. She was rushed to a hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada, but sadly succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead.

The collision was soon determined to be a criminal act, rather than a simple accident. Investigators discovered that Stettler and the victim had been in a romantic relationship, though the duration of their relationship remains unclear. The motive behind the intentional crash is yet to be determined.

Stettler was arrested without incident and is currently being held in the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility on a $300,000 bond. The investigation into the case is ongoing, as authorities work to uncover more details surrounding the tragic incident.

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The Meadview community is devastated by the loss of Minard, allegedly at the hands of her former partner. As investigators continue to delve into the case, the motive behind the intentional collision remains a top priority..