Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Evan Douglas Hoppel, 21, and Elijah Matthew Fullmer, 43, both of Kingman, Tuesday (10/10) afternoon. Hoppel was arrested for unlawful flight from law enforcement, possession of drug paraphernalia, felonies, along with knowingly displaying a fictitious license plate and driving with suspended license, misdemeanors. Fullmer was arrested on a post-adjudication undesignated warrant issued by Kingman Municipal Court. Deputies observed a red truck traveling northbound on Lomita Street. Deputies observed the vehicles tow hitch was obstructing the view of the license plate. Records check on the license plate came back to a 1977 GMC pick-up truck. Deputies observed the red truck to be a Ford. Approximately 3:30 p.m., deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop, but the vehicle continued traveling without stopping. Eventually, the vehicle stopped in the 3100 block of Jagerson Avenue. Deputies contacted the driver later identified as Hoppel and took him into custody without incident. Deputies contacted Fullmer, a passenger. A records check showed Fullmer to have an active warrant. Fullmer was taken into custody without incident. A records check showed Hoppel to have a suspended driver’s license. A glass pipe with residue was located on Hoppel. Hoppel and Fullmer were transported and booked into the Mohave County Jail.