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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.
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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.
(NAPSI)—Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), a malfunction of the electrical rhythm of the heart, can strike anyone, at any time—but you can lead the way to save a life.
Strategically placed defibrillators and properly trained citizens may save lives. (NAPS)
On May 26, 2014, at approximately 2:30 AM, deputies with the Pima County Sheriff’s Department Rincon District responded to the 5200 block of North Grey Mountain Trail. Paramedics at the scene requested deputies respond.
When drivers stop at a temporary Border Patrol checkpoint on Arivaca Road about 6 miles west of Interstate 19, an agent asks questions such as, “Are you a U.S. citizen?”
It’s a trend forming around the country. Young children toying around with Airsoft guns, BB guns and toy look-a-like guns on the streets. Many of them paint or remove the orange tips on the guns that help distinguish that it is not a real firearm, something that is proving to be dangerous for not only law enforcement, but anyone that comes in contact with the person holding them.
Over the course of 12 weeks, 17 Marana residents went through the Marana Police Department’s Citizen Police Academy and after 42 hours of instruction the group has a better understanding of what the various aspects of the department do.
Marana Police Detectives have arrested four individuals in connection with a Home Invasion that occurred on November 3, 2014 at a residence located on the 7000 block of West Thelon Court.
On November, 29, 2014, officers from the Marana Police Department conducted a warrant sweep searching for subjects who had active DUI warrants issued by the Marana Municipal Court. Six people were arrested on a total of 9 warrants. One of the warrant arrests involved a person who was currently on probation for DUI. That person's probation has now been revoked. The warrants served totaled $10,107. Each person arrested was transported and booked into the Pima County Jail.
During the 2014 Thanksgiving weekend, the Marana Police Department deployed officers as part of the Southern Arizona DUI Task Force. The goal of this deployment is to reduce the injuries and deaths associated with impaired drivers by reducing collisions where impairment is a factor. By conducting these deployments, we will be able to increase the awareness of motorists about the dangers of impaired driving, deter those who may be impaired from driving, as well as detect and investigate DUI offenses to reduce the number of impaired drivers on the road.