February 16, 2018
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Five law enforcement agencies participated in a DUI and Seatbelt Task Force during the Labor Day weekend, which resulted in several arrests and numerous citations.
The Prescott Police Department is seeking the public’s help to find and arrest the culprits who fired gunshots from a four-door Cadillac sedan in the downtown area on Sunday, Sept. 2.
The mother of Allison Dieterle of Prescott told the Courier today, Sept. 1, that the 9-year-old girl is doing well.
A small private plane crashed at the Prescott Airport at about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29.
Three weeks after the first day of school, the Prescott High School community was in mourning over the shooting death of a male student this past weekend.
One person is dead after a stabbing incident in Chino Valley on Friday night, June 29.
The Daily Courier has been receiving news tips regarding a man getting shot Friday night, June 29, outside of Bucky's Casino; however, this remains unconfirmed.
An overheated hiker, unable to continue, was rescued by Prescott Fire Department on one of the trails by Watson Lake at about 11 a.m. Saturday, June 23, according to Battalion Chief Scott Luedeman.
The Prescott Fire Department responded to a wildland fire on Highway 89 in the Granite Dells area at about 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 23, Battalion Chief Scott Luedeman said.
Kids face criminal charges
Four teenagers, ages 12 to 13, are facing criminal charges after allegedly using an ax to damage playground equipment at Big Park School in the Village of Oak Creek.
The family of a construction worker who was killed when a drill-rig toppled at a construction site near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is grateful for how firefighters recovered his body.
A woman recently reported to the Prescott Valley Police Department that she had given an unknown man $1,500 for a vehicle she had found for sale on Craigslist, according to a news release from the department.
Victim took pill believed to be laced with fentanyl
Officers with the Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) are believed to have helped keep an overdose victim alive until emergency medical personnel could take over in the resuscitation of the victim.
Drivers were all wearing seatbelts; only minor injuries
A woman from Mesa is facing several drug-related charges after driving her vehicle head-on into a white van along Cornville Road in Cornville Thursday afternoon, April 12.
Was not wearing a helmet
A 21-year-old man was flown to a Phoenix-area hospital by Native Air Ambulance after a self-inflicted motorcycle accident Friday afternoon, March 9, said Dan Morgan, Prescott Fire Department Battalion chief.
Child appears to have known where safe, key were
While most of his family was sleeping, a 7-year-old boy with autism pulled a gun from a safe in his home along the 4000 block of North Romero Circle East in Prescott Valley and shot his father in the back Wednesday evening, March 7, police said.
A 14-year-old boy was arrested Friday, March 2, at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School for making “threats of violence,” which were overheard by another student at the school, said Jerry Ferguson, Prescott Valley Police spokesman.
Backhoe pins man against wall
A construction worker in Rimrock, AZ, died Tuesday, Feb. 27, after being pinned to a wall by a backhoe, police said.
Students riding a Humboldt Unified School District bus reported the use of disruptive language from a 16-year-old male student from Bradshaw Mountain High School Friday, Feb. 23.
Police seeking described suspect
While walking along the 5400 block of North Ramada Drive in Prescott Valley, a 19-year-old woman was attacked on Wednesday, Feb. 14, at about 6:30 p.m., according to a Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) news release.