Oro Valley Police Department
Ten years ago when I bought my home in Oro Valley I chose it because it was a safe, quiet and pleasant place to live – free of traffic, crime and degrading infrastructure of larger communities.
The Foothills Forum will present “Stopping the Revolving Door of Prisons” from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 10, at Skyline Country Club, 5200 E. Saint Andrews Drive.
BBC News: The mayor of Venezuela's capital, Antonio Ledezma, has been arrested amid accusations of a coup attempt.
(NewsUSA) - If you were some innocent fleeing a terrorist attack, would you expect to be charged four times the normal cost of a car ride?
CNN: St. Louis man has filed a lawsuit alleging excessive force in a case that involves an officer turning off a dashcam video of that man's arrest.
(NAPSI)—It’s safe to say that in most cases, safety is, well, no accident. When everyone from individuals to major corporations takes proper precautions, the nearly 30 million injuries the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports come to emergency rooms every year could be greatly reduced.
On Thursday, Jan. 21, at about 1:12 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to a report of a impaired driver near the intersection of Tangerine Road and La Canada Drive. The caller told dispatch that she saw a woman open and closing the door of her Toyota pick-up truck in the shopping center parking lot. From there the woman left the shopping center and the caller reported that the driver appeared to be falling asleep at the stop light of First Avenue and Tangerine Road. Then the caller reported the driver was swerving and not able to to stay in her lane and almost running off the road. An officer encountered the vehicle near La Cholla Boulevard and Tangerine Road and also observed the woman almost swerving off the roadway. The officer initiated a traffic stop and the woman stopped her vehicle in the right turn lane at the intersection of La Cholla Boulevard and Naranja Drive. Once the officer got out of the patrol car the woman proceeded to turn right onto Naranja Drive and then stop again. The officer smelled a strong odor of alcohol on the woman’s breath and her eyes were red, bloodshot and watery. When given a preliminary breath test, the woman’s BAC registered as a .382. The woman told officers that she started drinking pure vanilla extract at 6:30 a.m., then at 12:30 p.m. while at work, and also while driving home from work. The officers discovered an open bottle of pure vanilla extract in the woman’s vehicle with 2 ounces missing. The women also stated that her last meal was two days prior and that she also had not slept much. After undergoing field sobriety tests, the woman was arrested for driving while under the influence and was transported to the Oro Valley Police Department’s booking room. While there the woman vomited and was later released to her father at 4:07 p.m.
CNN: Police say around 100 women in Japan who thought they were participating in a sleep study were actually drugged and raped, their attacks recorded and sold to porn sites.
On Monday at approximately 10:53 AM, deputies with Sheriff’s Foothills District responded to the report of a collision at the intersection of La Cholla Boulevard and Rudasill Road. Upon arrival, they found three vehicles were involved in the crash.
Several times a year the Marana Police Department hosts a citizen’s academy, which allows residents and business owners to gain a greater understanding of police operations through classroom instruction and hands-on experiences.
Rolling Stone: Marion "Suge" Knight is begin held on a $2 million bail after being charged with murder. Knight, the founder of Death Row Records was involved in a fatal hit-and-run Thursday afternoon.
USA Today: This week, in three separate arrests, Border Patrol agents seized $300,000 worth of meth.
Oro Valley Police have arrested the second suspect in connection with an armed robbery that took place Jan. 15 at the Marshall's on Oracle and Magee.
Oro Valley Police have arrested one man in connection with an armed robbery that took place Jan. 15 at the Marshall's on Oracle and Magee.
On Jan. 18, at approximately 2:40 a.m. Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD) responded to the Walgreens at Lambert and La Canada in reference to a burglary alarm. Officers arrived on scene within a few minutes and observed a male leaving the business and running towards the rear of the business. After a short foot pursuit he was taken into custody. Officers found the front door glass smashed in and several packs of cigarettes and alcohol on the ground of the Walgreens.
CNN: Belgium police stopped suspected terrorists in Verviers on Thursday night, just before they planned to start shooting officers. Officials say the terrorists had planned to attack officers on street and at police stations.
Two programs at Marana High School have made the school safer. A Marana High student was arrested last Thursday after allegedly talking about “shooting up the school” the day before.
CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, which is commonly performed when someone goes into cardiopulmonary arrest. CPR does not have to be performed by a medical professional. Anyone can learn CPR so that they can use it in a situation where a medical professional has not yet arrived on the scene.
Oro Valley Police
As 2014 draws to a close, Better Business Bureau Serving Southern Arizona is reflecting back upon the year in scams: which scams victimized Southern Arizona consumers the most in 2014, and what consumers can do to protect themselves in 2015?
A four-month Pinal County Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force investigation came to a close with the arrest of Lisa George, 28 of Mesa. The investigation began after she responded to a craigslist.com request for marijuana, saying she could help supply. Unbeknownst to her, however, the request came from undercover PCSO Detectives.