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Religious leaders and immigration advocates begin to marech from Lafayette Park to the White House where they called on President Barack Obama to use his authority to stop deportations of immigrants here illegally.
In the very early morning hours of Dec. 29, detectives of the Tucson Police Department, Organized Crime/Arson Unit responded to assist with an investigation of a fire that occurred at the Circle K Store located at 3970 N. Flowing Wells.
From left to right, Billy Hamilton, Akeem Johnson, Ronnie Ringo and Michael Hamilton
On September 2, at 5:39 p.m., officers from Operations Division West responded to a local area hospital regarding a 1-year-old boy in critical condition with bruising on his head and body. The baby was brought in by the child’s mother and her boyfriend.
Bryan Barker, 29, and Diana Noncheva, 23.
After months of following up on leads and locating additional witnesses, detectives were able to identify the suspect in this investigation. On August 15, detectives located and arrested 21-year old Zechary Mazitis in the downtown area without incident. He was booked into the Pima County Jail for 1 count of 2nd Degree Murder and 2 counts of Aggravated Assault. The arrest was made by officers in a Specialized Unit within Operations Division West.
On Thursday, August 1, at 5:54 p.m., a Pinal County Sheriff’s Office - K-9 deputy was traveling westbound on Interstate-10 near milepost 203 when he observed a 2001 Dodge Caravan traveling in front of him. After observing several traffic violations, the deputy stopped the vehicle.
On Jan. 12 at approximately 1 p.m., officers from the Oro Valley Police Department Community Action Team located and arrested Daniel Farrell in Sierra Vista for a burglary, which had occurred in April 2010.
Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies on Monday, Feb. 7, arrested Lewis Paul Larkin, better known as the Pinal County assessor, on charges of driving under the influence.
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Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures, Mark Wahlberg stars as Detective Terry Hoitz and Will Ferrell stars as Detective Allen Gamble in "The Other Guys."
Marana Police Department employees expressed shock and dismay after learning a fellow officer with a sterling record had been arrested by Tucson police and charged with third degree burglary Oct. 7.
Actor Will Arnett has recently confirmed that he and the rest of the cast of Arrested Development are all on board to shoot a fifth season of the popular show. The show will be returning for its fifth season and will be shown exclusively on Netflix. Arnett was in the middle of an interview on Today for his newest film “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” when he shared plans for Arrested Development’s return.
On Friday, June 13, at 9:31 a.m., a foster mother living in the 28000 block of North Desert Native Street, San Tan Valley, reported her three foster daughters had run away. She reported the girls ranged in age from 12 to 16 years old and were last seen around 12:30 a.m., inside a bedroom of the foster home.
On June 6, Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD) patrol units were called to the Target store located in the 10000 block of North Oracle in response to counterfeit money being used to purchase items at the store.
On Dec. 9, 2013, the Tucson Police Department received information about a 79-year old female who was being sexually assaulted and sexually abused, while residing at the Villa Maria Care Center, located in the 4300 Block of East Grant Rd. The victim reported that the incidents took place on several different occasions throughout 2013, by a Certified Nursing Assistant who worked at the Center.
16-year-old Nathan Ayers and 18-year-old Dariun Beech were arrest on Feb. 3 for arson charges in the northwest. They are responsible for three separate fires near Magee and Shannon Road.
On Feb. 3 , Pima County Sheriff’s Department Arson detectives arrested 16-year-old Nathan Ayers and 18-year-old Dariun Beech.
On Saturday, Jan. 11, at 8:22 p.m. the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a female who said she shot somebody because she was being stabbed.
The suspect associated with an armed bank robbery at the US Bank located at 7685 East Broadway on September 6 was identified as 52-year-old Vincent Mark Cesare. Major Theft Offenders Unit of the Tucson Police Department located Cesare on the evening of September 10.