Emergency responders had to close Highway 89 for several hours while they rescued a Prescott man from a ravine just south of Prescott on Saturday, April 4.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) has found and arrested a man suspected of doing over $1,000 of damage to a Wells Fargo ATM in Prescott Valley on May 3, 2019.
Law enforcement agencies in the Quad Cities appear to be on the same page when it comes to enforcing the emergency proclamations and orders issued by state and local officials regarding COVID-19: They’ll do it, but only if they feel the violators are acting in complete disregard to public safety.
The U.S. National Guard took measures to combat false information being shared on social media Friday morning, April 3.
Three dogs that were allegedly abused by a man in Chino Valley on Monday, March 30, are now safe and sound at the Yavapai Human Society.
In these trying and uncertain times, first responders have been brainstorming ways to stay in touch with the community despite the lack of face-to-face interaction everyone is normally accustomed to.
A recent 911 call from a quad-city area resident suspected of having COVID-19 went as well as first responders could hope for.
Concerned that someone may have been looking to commit a crime of opportunity, a Prescott Valley resident reported to police that a person was driving a vehicle around the resident’s neighborhood early Monday morning, March 16, and shining a flashlight at homes.
The Prescott Valley Police Department (PVPD) recently acquired a phlebotomy restraint chair for use in DUI enforcement thanks to funding support from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
A non-injury, two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Willow Creek Road and Pioneer Parkway caused some traffic to be diverted Friday afternoon, March 20.