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he Marana Police Department will be conducting DUI Saturation Patrols in conjunction with the Southern Arizona DUI Task Force throughout the Halloween Weekend.
Marana Police Chief Terry Rozema believes that the department needs a new police station and so far the public seems to agree.
Pima County Sheriff’s Department
The Oro Valley Police Department would like to invite the public to its annual National Night Out. Since 1983, this special crime prevention event has been held by communities across the United States focusing on safety. There will be exhibits and demonstrations along with music, prizes and food. Parents and children will learn about safety in regards to water, internet, poison, drugs and much more. Golder Ranch Fire District and others will also be at the event. The event is being held at the Target Shopping Center at 10555 N. Oracle Road from 6 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 17.
Thursday, Oct. 16
There are a number of prevailing myths about traffic enforcement and fines in Oro Valley. Hopefully, the following will clear up some of the misconceptions prevalent in some parts of the community.
Partnering with the Gladden Farms Community to provide a day full of fall festivities, live entertainment and food, the town of Marana will be hosting, for the first time, the Marana Harvest Festival on Oct. 25.
Oro Valley Police Department
University of Arizona Police Officer Andrew Lincowski joined planetary scientists at NASA this summer to search for exoplanets that might have the potential to harbor life.
Contemporary movements, such as those initiated after the recent shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, can be born seemingly overnight in the digital age. UA researchers point to several factors.
On Thursday, Sept. 4, the Oro Valley Police Department received a call at about a quarter to 10 at night. The man on the line told police that his father just shot his mom and he was hiding in his closet. He went on to tell police that his father had been drinking and could not safely leave the house. The line was then disconnected.
The Marana Police Department received six automated external defibrillators (AEDs) from the Steven M. Gootter Foundation. The foundation presented the AEDs to the department during a brief ceremony last Friday.
Marana Police Department
Members of the Marana Police Department and the Gooter Foundation pose in front of the six AEDs that were donated at a brief ceremony last Friday. From left to right: Chief Terry Rozema, Sgt. Chris Warren, Claudine Messing, Andrew Messing, Paulette Gootter, Joe Gootter, Joyce Barkley, Sgt. Steven Johnson.
A suspect linked to the break-in of more than 50 vehicles in the Town of Oro Valley is considered to be in hiding, according to Oro Valley Police Department Public Information Officer Lt. Kara Riley.
Pima County Sheriff’s Dept.
The Oro Valley Police Department has switched from its BMW motorcycles to Victory Commander. Last week, the motor unit spent two days at the Marana Regional Airport getting familiar with their new wheels.
In his fifth State of the Town address on Sept. 12, Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath said he is proud of what continues to be accomplished in the community located six miles north of Tucson.
Stay alert. Stay aware. Stay alive.
Oro Valley police officer Mike Kleinberg runs through an obstacle course on his new department-issued motorcycle. The police department switched from BMW to Victory motorcycles and spent two days last week training on the new bikes.
Oro Valley police offices practice an exercise called break and escape where they have to abruptly break, come to a complete stop, then maneuver through a course of narrowly placed cones.
Oro Valley police officer Robert Lolmaugh maneuvers his newly issued Victory motorcycle through a course.
Oro Valley police officers spent two days training on their newly issued Victory motorcycles.