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A semi trailer unloaded vials of blood and other materials described as a biohazard at the Prescott waste transfer station on Sundog Road, Saturday, Sept. 30, said Jeff Jones, Prescott Fire spokesman.
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.
BLOODY BASIN – A rabid fox that bit a horse on Dec. 2 resulted in two dogs and the horse being euthanized, said Dwight D’Evelyn, Sheriff’s spokesman.
Following a “deluge” of con artists impersonating court officers in phone calls, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is warning people not to fall for their demands for money, said Dwight D’Evelyn, YCSO spokesman.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Police said that a rash of vehicle burglaries here took place when “nearly all” of the vehicles hit were parked overnight with the doors unlocked.
Police will conduct a DUI and seat-belt enforcement detail this Thanksgiving weekend through Saturday, November 26
CHINO VALLEY – Police arrested a 16-year-old student of Chino Valley High School Monday, Nov. 21, after he told police he had made “threatening statements toward the school,” Chino Valley Police Lt. Vince Schaan said.
The Prescott Valley Police Department’s primary goal is to encourage everyone to sharpen their awareness of their surroundings, according to Community Service Officer Jerry Ferguson.
CORNVILLE – A man who heard a burglar rummaging through his cabinets on Saturday, Sept. 17, confronted the suspect with a handgun and ordered him to lie on the floor, but the suspect got away when the homeowner had to leave the room to call police, Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.
Police investigating an auto burglary Saturday, Sept. 17, in the Granville subdivision arrested a teenage suspect in several similar auto burglaries near the scene, according to PVPD Lt. Jason Kaufman.
One person was killed and another seriously injured early Saturday morning, Sept. 17, when a blue Chevrolet pickup on Highway 89A near the Mingus Mountain area left the road and rolled, ejecting both the driver and passenger, according to a news release from the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
Area police conducting a compliance check of 44 convenience and grocery stores on Saturday, Sept. 10, by sending in teens to try to buy alcohol, found that nine stores sold to the underage buyers, according to PVPD Cpl. Tony Lawrence.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – A saturation patrol conducted by several quad cities law enforcement agencies on Saturday, Sept. 3 resulted in 115 traffic stops and 12 DUI arrests, PVPD Sgt. Jason Kaufman said
PRESCOTT – In an unusual move, Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher has directed that the county’s Code Red phone alert system, which is usually used to warn residents of wildfire, flooding, and other imminent threats, be used to deliver a warning about the so-called IRS scam on Wednesday, Sept. 7.
Two students face misdemeanor and felony charges after allegedly bringing unloaded handguns onto the Bradshaw Mountain High School campus in Prescott Valley on Friday, Aug. 19.
CHINO VALLEY – A man who was on a nasal oxygen system suffered serious burns after an e-cigarette ignited the oxygen on Sunday, Aug. 14, Central Arizona Fire Capt. Rob Zazueta said.
COTTONWOOD – A driver headed home on East Mesa Drive found a two-and-a-half year-old girl lying in the road near Kachina Drive in the early morning of Thursday, Aug. 4, Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.
PRESCOTT – Arizona Game and Fish Department officers euthanized an adult black bear Friday morning, July 15 that was exhibiting unacceptable behavior and was a potential threat to public safety near downtown Prescott.
Two bailiffs were shot and killed Monday inside a southwestern Michigan courthouse before officers killed the gunman, a sheriff said.
Lightning struck the roof of a home in Mountain Club at about 2:50 p.m. Tuesday.
RIMROCK – Two people were shot Sunday night, June 26, in a family dispute that left one man dead and another injured.
HUMBOLDT – Yavapai Silent Witness is offering a $500 reward for information that leads to the arrest of suspects who have, since January, been throwing large rocks at passing cars on Highway 69.
WICKENBURG – A homeowner returned from an 11-day out-of-town trip and discovered that someone had broken into his house and stolen guns, electronics, cash, and even a custom-made western saddle, according to Yavapai County Sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn.
PRESCOTT – A Phoenix Police officer and his cousin have been charged with firing tracer rounds that ignited the 141-acre Cleator Fire in the Prescott National Forest in April, according to a complaint filed in federal court.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – If you see police at Glassford Middle School on Friday, don’t be alarmed. They’re just training.
Interstate 17 is open and law enforcement is working to decide how to handle hazardous material discovered in a shed near the highway.
An apparently drunk Prescott Valley man led police on a short chase Saturday, May 28, and tried to commit "suicide by cop" with fake handguns before giving up.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Some call May 5 “Cinco de Mayo.” Others call it “Cinco de Drinko.” If you’re in the latter group, and you decide to drive after celebrating, the PVPD will be looking for you.
Prescott National Forest fire managers plan to continue fuels treatment in the Prescott Basin. Benefits from these treatment help to reduce hazardous fuels adjacent to the wildland urban interface and increase ecosystem and community resilience. Burning will start on Thursday, April 28 and could continue through Monday, May 2, depending on weather conditions.
A rumor that someone is poisoning dogs in the Granville, Prescott Valley, area has not been confirmed.
Two children, a nine-year-old boy and a 14-year-old girl, were found on Mingus Mountain unhurt after being lost for four hours on Sunday, April 3, sheriff’s spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.
PHOENIX – A scam that businesses and residents living in the quad cities have seen in the past has resurfaced and consumers are being warned that con artists are again using APS to try to rip them off.
YAVAPAI COUNTY – A woman who got lost while driving near the east end of Bloody Basin Road Feb. 27 was found by the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office volunteer Backcountry Unit after she walked away from her car.
In July 2015, two juveniles were arrested, suspected in a Congress-area shooting spree using BB guns, endangering five motorists in moving vehicles and causing criminal damage by shattering automotive glass.