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AZ Police Advise Don’t Use Meth and Buy a $100 Owl

“The Payson Police Department would also like to take this opportunity to encourage the public not to use methamphetamine or you too may find yourself illegally purchasing a wild owl, for $100, in the middle of the night, from strangers, at a local gas station,” the department posted on social media.

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2 Phoenix Officers Wounded in Rifle Attack That Killed 2 People

The suspect walked out of a motel and began firing randomly, Phoenix Police Sgt. Vincent Cole said Monday.

Phoenix Recruit Applications Increase as $20k Raise Begins

“We are really excited about the response we’ve been getting. People are telling us they want to join the City of Phoenix and we’re getting more and more people signing up to be recruits."

Number of Officers Shot Has Increased 14% in 2022

As of the end of July, 210 officers have been shot in the line of duty during 2022. This marks a 14% increase over officers shot on duty during the same timeframe in 2021.

AZ Officers Rescue Woman from Vehicle Trapped in Flood Waters

AJPD said they were able to rescue the woman safely but were unable to retrieve her dog from the water.

AZ Officers Gift Replacement Clubs to Golfer Who Had Set Stolen

Later officers returned to the man’s home and the video shows one officer knocking on the door while hiding a set of golf clubs behind his back. When the victim came to the door, first the officer told him they were unable to find his stolen clubs.

AZ Deputy Shot and Killed, SWAT Apprehends Suspect

Lopez, according to Rhodes, came into contact with the suspect but it's unclear what happened next. Neighbors called 911 to report an officer in distress and when deputies responded they discovered Lopez unresponsive on the ground.

AZ Bill Could Prohibit Filming Officers from Less than 8 Feet

House Bill 2319 was initially introduced by State Representative John Kavanagh, a former police officer. He says the bill would protect police officers and those recording.

AZ Cop Who Donated Kidney is NLEOMF Officer of the Month

Ravelo was selected for this honor after she demonstrated selflessness in donating one of her kidneys to save the life of a friend’s young child.

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Proposed Increase Would Make Police Recruits Highest Paid in AZ

A proposal that will go before the Phoenix City Council next week would, if approved, raise the annual starting pay for a police officer by $20,000.

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