Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District's board member jailed for felonies committed while awaiting trial

  • Source: Kingman Daily Miner
  • Published: 12/22/2017 06:55 AM

Vic Riccardi, embroiled board member of the Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District, was sent to jail Wednesday by Superior Court Judge Rick Lambert for felonies committed while he awaited trial on a conflict-of-interest indictment. Riccardi will remain in Mohave County jail until his next scheduled hearing on Jan. 3. The 81-year-old board member and former chief of Valle Vista Fire District was indicted by a grand jury in June over a $1,300 bill for repairs made on NACFD fire trucks at Riccardi’s auto shop. The grand jury came back with a second indictment of two counts of conflict of interest in October, and the matter was set for arraignment on Nov. 27 before Judge Lambert.


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