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A combination of tips, surveillance and dogged police work led investigators to a home in northeast Phoenix on Wednesday night where they located and arrested the final two suspects in the attempted murder of an Arizona Department of Public Safety officer. More Here.
A Navajo Nation police officer was shot in the head Saturday morning in the line of duty. Family members say Officer Joseph Gregg was alone when he responded to a domestic violence call in the Northern Arizona town of Kaibeto on the Navajo Indian Reservation. More Here.
The family had seven kids. Dad had driven back to Portland from Arizona, kids in tow, when things didn't work out down south. Read Full Story Here.
Arizona State University Police is shown struggling to arrest a professor on a Tempe, Arizona street. the ASU professor arrested by campus police last month is now accusing the officer of excessive force. Read Full Story Here
Court records indicate that the man suspected of murdering an Arizona police officer early Saturday morning had exited the car and fired the fatal shot before the officer exited his patrol vehicle.
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An Arizona Department of Corrections service dog that died last month had been left in its handler's vehicle for approximately seven hours while the officer went home to see his sick child, according to an investigative report. Read Full Story Here.
A Mesa, Arizona, police officer was killed early this morning by a wrong-way driver on the transition ramp from Interstate 10 and US 60, in Tempe.
Detective James Peters acted immediately and decisively to end a barricade incident before it could spiral out of control. Shots Fired article written by Dean Scoville and read by Dan Hazeltine.