Max Efrein

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Prescott PD actively investigating alleged murder

Manhunt for murder suspect continues

The Prescott Police Department (PPD) is investigation a suspected homicide in the neighborhood of South View in Prescott off of Williamson Valley Road.

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Investigation results of Spring Valley shooting involving attempted murder suspect

Homeowner claims he was concerned for safety of him and his family

Detectives with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) believe they know what led to the death of Troy Mobley, one of three suspects allegedly involved in a shooting that took place in the Prescott Valley area early Tuesday morning, June 12.

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Ready, set, go: Emergency evacuation preparedness

Large animal evacuations especially tricky

Imagine a fire is roaring toward your home.

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Man shot in stomach in broad daylight; 3 suspects arrested

Jessica Holgate was opening up the Jackson Hewitt along Frontage Road in Castle Canyon Mesa at about 7:45 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, when she heard a distinctive pop.

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Man shot in stomach in broad daylight on county land adjacent Highway 69

Sheriff’s Office seeking suspects for questioning

Jessica Holgate was opening up the Jackson Hewitt along Frontage Road in Castle Canyon Mesa at about 7:45 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, when she heard a distinctive pop.

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Plane crash audio reveals urgency of Iron Springs Road emergency landing

Reason for aircraft’s ‘fuel starvation’ under investigation

Less than five minutes before crash landing on Iron Springs Road in Prescott Tuesday evening, May 29, the pilot of a 1986 Piper PA-46 Malibu aircraft called into the air traffic control tower at Prescott Airport.

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Finder of missing man recounts what happened

Missing man’s autism prevented him from responding to search and rescue groups

A search effort for a mildly autistic 24-year-old man named Alonso “Israel” Salazar were proving unsuccessful in Prescott on Tuesday, June 5.

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Former police officer, facing child prostitution charge, found guilty of regular prostitution

Will be sentenced in July

Ronald Craig Lowman, a retired Prescott Valley Police Department officer who has been married for more than 20 years, was found guilty of prostitution on Friday, June 8. However, a 10-person jury chose not to convict him of the more severe charge of child prostitution he was facing.

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Challenges with Bears: Tips for the public after 3 black bears euthanized

Arizona Game and Fish Department explains public safety protocol for bears

Three black bears were euthanized by the Arizona Game and Fish Department after separate incidents in the final week of May.

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Missing, endangered man found after 2-day search

Had been reportedly hiding to avoid getting in trouble for violating camp rules

A mildly autistic man who went missing in Prescott on Sunday, June 3, was found Tuesday, June 5, in good health.

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