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by John Q Public Safety
  Viewing – Dignity Funeral Home (16063 West Bell Road Surprise, AZ 85374) Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM (Officers and Public) Funeral – Radiant Church (15522 W. Paradise Ln, Surprise, AZ 85374) Thursday, December 21st, 2017 10:00 AM   Please consider contributing to Officer Lazinsky’s family at Officer Paul Lazinsky Go Fund Me
El Mirage City Mayor Lana Mook

El Mirage Police Campaign UPDATE! 11-7-17

by John Q Public Safety
The El Mirage Police Employee’s Association (EMPEA) members, following its recent EMPEA member survey, began a confidence vote on City Manager Spencer Isom. The unexpected agenda Item offered by Mayor Mook for the termination of City Manager Isom during the October 17th 2017 Council meeting, and the subsequent “yes” vote by the majority, caused the voting process to be terminated prior to 100% member participation. The voting was closed with 87.09% EMPEA member participation. The results of the EMPEA confidence vote and selected comments are offered, edited for brevity, by its membership to demonstrate that the Council majority did in […]

5 Arizona ZIP codes rank in top 25 U.S. areas for investors on rentals

by AZPSC News Feed
CLOSE PHOENIX-AREA HOME VALUES Housing prices up in the Valley | 0:45 Valley home sales and prices are up and expected to keep climbing based on last month’s pace. Wochit 1 of 3 CLOSE PHOENIX-AREA HOME VALUES What’s that home worth? | 0:50 What factors determine the number that goes on with a “for sale” sign? Wochit 2 of 3 CLOSE PHOENIX-AREA HOME VALUES Home valuations in the Phoenix area, by the numbers | 0:47 Maricopa County home values climbed almost double 2015’s rate. Wochit 3 of 3 Last VideoNext Video Housing prices up in the Valley What’s that home […]
Spencer Isom

El Mirage City Manager fired over tensions with public safety workers

by John Q Public Safety
Jason Pohl and Perry Vandell, The Republic | azcentral.comPublished 6:59 p.m. MT Oct. 19, 2017 A divided El Mirage City Council fired seven-year City Manager Spencer Isom, who had sparred with public-safety workers in the city. Councilman Ray Delgado told The Arizona Republic on Thursday that the termination stemmed from strained relations with police and fire. The city’s fire union said Isom created a “toxic environment” for police and fire personnel. Isom said it was about public safety demanding more money. Isom’s two allies, Mayor Lana Mook and Councilman Jack Palladino, had placed Isom’s employment on Tuesday’s City Council meeting agenda. The two listed his […]

Police searching for package thief in El Mirage

by AZPSC News Feed
EL MIRAGE, AZ – El Mirage police are asking for the public’s help in identifying an accused package thief.  According to the El Mirage Police Department, a suspect stole a package from a doorstep on Friday just before 4 p.m.  Police say package theft is increasing throughout the Phoenix metro areas. Police advise to have deliveries placed behind a metal screen door or to have packages signed upon delivery. If you have any information on the identity of this suspect, you are asked to call El Mirage police at 623-500-3000. Source link

Upcoming elections in the Valley – AZCentral.com

by AZPSC News Feed
AZCentral.com Upcoming elections in the ValleyAZCentral.comMayor Lana Mook, Councilman Jack Palladino and Councilman Bob Jones’ seats will all be up for grabs in 2018.Councilman Joe Ramirez’s seat will be vacant as well due to his passing in June. City of El Mirage. Current Chandler Vice-Mayor Kevin Hartke … Source link

Look Who’s Getting Caught by Photo-Enforcement Cameras — and Often Not Paying Fines – Phoenix New Times

by AZPSC News Feed
Phoenix New Times Look Who’s Getting Caught by Photo-Enforcement Cameras — and Often Not Paying FinesPhoenix New TimesOverall, the records highlight how vehicles that aren’t registered to individuals present a special challenge for Scottsdale and other Arizona cities that use photo enforcement, including Phoenix, Avondale, Chandler, El Mirage, and Mesa. In order to be … and more » Source link

Dysart High School in El Mirage threatened on Snapchat – 3TV

by AZPSC News Feed
Dysart High School in El Mirage threatened on Snapchat Posted: Thursday, October 5, 2017 11:07 AM EDT Updated: Thursday, October 5, 2017 1:53 PM EDT By Laura Lollman, Content Producer (Source: Dysart Unified School District via Twitter) EL MIRAGE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - Threats of a school shooting at Dysart High School were made on Snapchat Wednesday night. El Mirage police said the threats were made through Snapchat for schools in Arizona and Nevada.  El Mirage PD said the threats did not appear to be credible.  [RELATED: Police: ‘Potential victim’ in Snapchat school threat arrested as suspect] Dysart Unified School District […]

Police: Threats sent to Dysart students don’t ‘appear to be credible’

by AZPSC News Feed
Cyber threats sent to Dysart students deemed not credible, according to Dysart police. 12 News , KPNX 3:59 PM. MST October 05, 2017 Sign outside Dysart High School, Jan 15, 2015. (Photo: 12 News) The Dysart Unified School District and the El Mirage Police Department are investigating threats sent to students. According to the Dysart Unified School District, the district and Dysart High School were notified overnight of the threatening messages sent to students. El Mirage police said they were told about the threats at 11 p.m. Wednesday. The district released a statement Thursday saying police discovered similar messages were sent using […]

Dysart High School threats do not appear credible, police say

by AZPSC News Feed
EL MIRAGE, AZ – Dysart Unified School District and El Mirage Police say threats to a high school overnight do not appear to be credible.  Many concerned students and parents alerted Dysart High School Wednesday night of social media messages voicing a threat to the high school on Thursday.  The district immediately began working with police, who tell ABC15 the threats do not appear to be credible.  During the investigation, it was found that the message and phone number was used to make threats to several schools, including those in other states.  Officers will step up patrols around Dysart High […]