Arizona’s law enforcement regulatory board has approved of proposed changes to its current drug standards regarding marijuana, steroids and Adderall use among those seeking to be officers in the state.
Certain inevitabilities are around the corner that will not wait for COVID-19 to leave. One of those is wildfire season, which, for Arizona, typically begins in May.
It is a trend being reported across the country as many Americans continue to adhere to federal, state and local directives on how to slow the spread of COVID-19: Criminal activity overall has declined in recent weeks, but domestic violence is on the rise.
A Cottonwood man was arrested after Partner’s Against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT) detectives found him in possession of methamphetamine and a large number of fentanyl pills on Monday, April 13.
One person died and several others were hospitalized due to a single-vehicle rollover crash on northbound Highway 89A early Wednesday morning, April 15.
Alas, the first holiday weekend to be impacted by COVID-19 has arrived.
Last year’s sentencing of an Ash Fork man for attempted murder provided some closure to what had been a 4-and-a-half year frustration for Steve Edgar. Edgar, 73, is the victim in the case.
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.