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AZ Senate OKs Racketeering Charges for Riots

February 24, 2017
The Arizona Senate on Wednesday approved a bill that makes participating in or helping organize a protest that turns into a riot an offense that could lead to criminal racketeering charges.

Phoenix Chief Talks to Public About Deadly Force Incidents

February 14, 2017
I want to share facts to help us gain understanding and find common ground. I want you to know that 18 of these incidents involved criminal suspects with guns, guns they were using against our community and against our officers. Five of the suspects were attacking people with knives. Two suspects were fighting with lone officers and trying to take their guns. More Here.

Video: Phoenix Chief Talks to Public About Deadly Force Incidents

February 14, 2017
I want to share facts to help us gain understanding and find common ground. I want you to know that 18 of these incidents involved criminal suspects with guns, guns they were using against our community and against our officers. Five of the suspects were attacking people with knives. Two suspects were fighting with lone officers and trying to take their guns.

Scottsdale PD Leader Named First Arizona Police Chief of the Year

February 8, 2017
Chief Alan Rodbell of the Scottsdale (AZ) Police Department has been named the first Arizona Police Chief of the Year by the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police.

Rioting Could Lead to Racketeering Charges Under AZ Senate Plan

February 3, 2017
Participating in or being near a riot could lead to prosecution on felony racketeering charges and property seizures under a proposal advanced by an Arizona Senate committee Thursday.

Video: Man Gives Emotional Account of Saving AZ Trooper

January 25, 2017
His voice breaking, the man who came to the rescue of Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper Ed Andersson on Jan. 12 said the aftermath of that confrontation has been "overwhelming." He had little time to think and just acted instinctively, he said, firing his weapon to save one man's life while taking another.

Man Gives Emotional Account of Saving AZ Trooper

January 25, 2017
His voice breaking, the man who came to the rescue of Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper Ed Andersson on Jan. 12 said the aftermath of that confrontation has been "overwhelming." He had little time to think and just acted instinctively, he said, firing his weapon to save one man's life while taking another. More Here.

Man Who Shot Arizona Trooper Was Former Mexican Police Officer

January 17, 2017
The man who shot and severely beat an Arizona state trooper last week was a former member of the Mexican federal police who was in the country illegally, authorities said.

AZ Trooper Shot at Accident Scene, Suspect Killed by Civilian

January 12, 2017
An Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper was ambushed and shot early Thursday morning on I-10 near Tonopah. The attack against the trooper ended when a civilian shot and killed the suspect.

Woman Charged with Stealing AZ Agency's Truck While Naked Says She "Felt Possessed"

January 10, 2017
"I remember feeling like my skin was burning, like I was on fire. I remember a lot of people not wanting me to leave. I was hearing things, it was a lot of things, but I don't know what exactly it was I was under the influence of."

Video: Woman Charged with Stealing AZ Agency's Truck While Naked Says She "Felt Possessed"

January 10, 2017
"I remember feeling like my skin was burning, like I was on fire. I remember a lot of people not wanting me to leave. I was hearing things, it was a lot of things, but I don't know what exactly it was I was under the influence of."

Video: AZ Officer Resigns Over Punching Woman During Eviction

January 6, 2017
Flagstaff (AZ) Police Chief Kevin Treadway announced Wednesday that officer Jeff Bonar had resigned after an investigation into a November incident during which he punched a woman in the face.

AZ Officer Resigns Over Punching Woman During Eviction

January 6, 2017
Flagstaff (AZ) Police Chief Kevin Treadway announced Wednesday that officer Jeff Bonar had resigned after an investigation into a November incident during which he punched a woman in the face. More Here.

Video: Naked Woman Crashes Stolen AZ Sheriff's Truck After Pursuit

January 5, 2017
A naked Arizona woman is in custody after allegedly stealing a sheriff's vehicle and leading authorities on a 75-mile high-speed pursuit before crashing along Interstate 10.

Naked Woman Crashes Stolen AZ Sheriff's Truck After Pursuit

January 5, 2017
A naked Arizona woman is in custody after allegedly stealing a sheriff's vehicle and leading authorities on a 75-mile high-speed pursuit before crashing along Interstate 10. More Here.

Footage Released of April AZ Wal-Mart Shootout Where Officers Wounded, Suspect Killed

January 4, 2017
Newly-released surveillance video shows the moment a suspect pulled out a gun inside a Wal-Mart and opened fire on two Chandler police officers, striking both men multiple times. More Here.

Video: Footage Released of April AZ Wal-Mart Shootout Where Officers Wounded, Suspect Killed

January 4, 2017
Newly-released surveillance video shows the moment a suspect pulled out a gun inside a Wal-Mart and opened fire on two Chandler police officers, striking both men multiple times.

Phoenix PD Releases Body Camera Footage of May Shootout with Murder Suspect

December 28, 2016
Francis Clark was shot and killed after opening fire on two Phoenix Police officers who were investigating a report of shots fired. Those shots, police later said, were from Clark shooting and killing his girlfriend, Mercy Cordova.

Video: Phoenix PD Releases Body Camera Footage of May Shootout with Murder Suspect

December 28, 2016
Francis Clark was shot and killed after opening fire on two Phoenix Police officers who were investigating a report of shots fired. Those shots, police later said, were from Clark shooting and killing his girlfriend, Mercy Cordova.

Phoenix Officer Delays Retirement to Serve with Son

December 22, 2016
Phoenix, AZ, Officer Jess Wilhite was "honored that his son is following in his footsteps" and he even "stayed on the Department longer than anticipated just to be here when his son joined the force officially."
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