A Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputy who stopped a car for an equipment violation on Saturday, Jan. 13, found nearly 11 pounds of methamphetamine in the car, according to YCSO spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn.
A dump truck that police said was traveling too fast to turn from Highway 69 onto Fain Road rolled over Thursday.
A driver who apparently became impatient with a police officer directing traffic on Wednesday, Jan. 11, dragged the officer several feet before she was able to break free, according to Prescott Deputy Chief of Police Amy Bonney.
The Smoki Museum of Indian Art and Culture will present a new exhibit titled “On the Gleaming Way: The Slim Woman and the Kayenta Navajos” with the opening scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 14, at 1 p.m.
Police are continuing to receive calls from residents reporting that their vehicles have been burglarized, said PVPD spokesman Jerry Ferguson.
Forty-one percent of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions – and lose weight/eat healthier and work out more often rank first and seventh, respectively, on the list of most popular resolutions.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office has received “numerous” complaints in recent days about phone calls claiming to be from the YCSO and demanding money as a fine for failure to appear for jury duty, Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.
Prescott Newspapers, Inc. has restructured its newsrooms to combine operations and focus community content.
The Yavapai County Attorney’s Office has sent back to police for further investigation the case against a man who police say stabbed two men in a fight in the alley behind Whiskey Row early Friday morning, Dec. 30.
PRESCOTT – Several unoccupied homes, listed for sale, have been burglarized in the past few months, and police are asking for the community’s help in catching those responsible.