Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Kevin Adam Burgess, 19, of Kingman, Monday (9/4) morning for burglary and criminal damage, felonies. At about 9:13 a.m., deputies responded to a burglary alarm at the Crazy Horse Food & Feed located at 8746 Stockton Hill Road. Upon arrival, deputies observed the business was closed. Deputies further observed the bottom glass on the front door was fractured while the top half was pushed inward. Deputies observed a male subject, later identified as Kevin Burgess, seated on a chair sitting behind a counter in the store. Kevin advised the deputy needed to arrest him. Kevin walked out of the store and continued walking to the patrol unit. Deputies located a new pack of cigarettes in Kevin’s possession. Kevin jumped into the front seat of the patrol unit. Kevin eagerly jumped into the rear seat after the deputy had to remove him from the front seat. Deputies observed Kevin to have dramatic mood swings from aggressive to very passive behavior. The owners responded to the store and determined approximately $4,000 of damage. Deputies observed a bathroom door was broken off from its hinges, an alarm box and the front door were damaged. River Medical responded and transported Kevin to Kingman Regional Medical Center where he was evaluated and medically released. Burgess was transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail without incident.