Friday, March 16, 2012
Grand Jury indicts man in Lake Havasu murder
Micaiah Gray 32, was arrested and charged with the murder of his 27 year old wife, Raquel Gray. Deputy County Attorney Jeremy Huss, of Mohave County Attorney’s Office, said Monday the sentencing range for second degree murder is a minimum of 10 years in prison to a maximum of 22 years. The presumptive range is 16 years, from which the judge weighs mitigated and aggravated factors to arrive at an appropriate sentence.
Gray’s case has been assigned to Mohave County Superior Court Judge Derek Carlisle, Huss said.
The charges stem from an incident Feb. 27 at a residence in the 3700 block of Hollister Drive in Havasu and the alleged killing of 27-year-old Raquel Gray, also of Havasu.
On Feb. 27, local emergency responders responded about 1 p.m. to a 911-call for a female subject not breathing. Emergency dispatchers advised responders cardiopulmonary resuscitation measures were in progress while they were en route. Responders arrived and determined Raquel to be deceased, and had been for an unknown amount of time.
Huss wouldn’t elaborate on details of the case Monday, other than to say Raquel was found by responders in the living room of the residence.
A detail that the media is not mentioning is the fact that Micaiah Gray also beat his 9 year old daughter in this incident and put her in the intensive care unit. The Bogus Barrister as usual as inside information.
The Gray’s were married in 2006, had lived at the Hollister residence for about two years and had two young girls in common. Mohave County medical examiner’s autopsy report determined Raquel died of blunt force trauma and the manner of death was ruled homicide, according to earlier reports.
Memorial services for Raquel were Saturday at Hampton Inn, in Havasu.
Gray’s arraignment hearing is scheduled 8:30 a.m. March 20 in Kingman.