Tales from beyond the blue line
Cops see a lot of weird things in their line of work, and the longer their career, the more they experience.
Individuals who are simply handicapped would be prohibited from parking in spaces that are specifically reserved for wheelchair users if Rep. Noel Campbell, R-Prescott, has his way.
A caregiver who was arrested on charges that she stole nearly $190,000 from a woman for whom she was caring is facing new charges after a second woman came forward to report that the caregiver had stored thousands of dollars of stolen items in her house, said Dwight D’Evelyn, Sheriff’s spokesman.
If you don’t know the plot of the 2003 movie “Elf,” (a) you’ve been missing out on a new holiday tradition, and (b) how could you miss out on this new holiday tradition?
A caregiver has been arrested and charged with stealing $190,000 from an 89-year-old blind woman, according to Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn.
Police here are the latest in the Quad Cities to train officers to carry Narcan, which can stop a heroin overdose.
Federal law prohibits selling firearms to marijuana users
If you hold a medical marijuana card in Arizona, you cannot possess a firearm.
Anthony Richards has been charged with first-degree murder in the 2007 death of Larry Powers.
So you say you don’t like “classical” music? Symphonic music makes you yawn, does it?
For anyone who has dealt with the irritating bites of bedbugs, that cute little rhyme about not letting “the bedbugs bite” is anything but cute.