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Sex abuse probe after coma patient has baby

by AZPSC News Feed
KPHO Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. KPHO PHOENIX, Ariz. – A woman in a vegetative state for at least 14 years has given birth to a baby, now Arizona police and investigators are trying to figure out how it happened. A source close to the case who asked to remain anonymous told KPHO-TV that whoever did it took advantage of someone with absolutely no way to defend herself. “None of the staff were aware that she was pregnant until she was pretty much giving birth,” the source […]

Police release video of Gov. Doug Ducey’s 19-year-old son arrest at Scottsdale bar | Arizona News

by (Catherine Holland)
SCOTTSDALE (3TV/CBS 5) — The Scottsdale Police Department released video of the arrest of Gov. Doug Ducey’s 19-year-old son at a Scottsdale bar last month. The body camera video, purposely blurred by Scottsdale police was taken outside of the Boondocks Saloon back on Sunday, Dec. 16. Arrest records from the Scottsdale Police Department show that 19-year-old Joe Ducey was arrested for allegedly using false identification to enter the bar. According to the police report, an officer patrolling on a bike saw a man jump over the gate at Boondocks, apparently to avoid having his ID checked at the door. While the […]

Woman in a vegetative state gives birth, prompting investigation

by AZPSC News Feed
Police in Phoenix, Arizona, are investigating a possible sexual assault after a woman who has been in a vegetative state for at least 14 years gave birth to a baby at a care facility on Saturday. The woman has been a patient at the Hacienda Healthcare Skilled Nursing Facility for at least a decade, CBS affiliate Arizona’s Family reported. Her baby is healthy. A source told Arizona’s Family that workers didn’t know she was pregnant until she went into labor. Police in Phoenix, Arizona, are investigating a possible sexual assault after a woman in a vegetative state gave birth at […]

Woman in Vegetative State Gives Birth, AZ Police Investigate

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A patient in a vegetative state at a nursing facility in Arizona gave birth on December 29, CBS News reports. Phoenix police are currently investigating the incident as a possible sexual abuse case. A source familiar to the situation, who asked to remain anonymous, told local CBS-affiliate KPHO that none of the staff at the Hacienda HealthCare facility knew the patient was pregnant until she went into labor and began moaning. A nurse reportedly delivered the baby, who the source says was born healthy. The KPHO reporter seemed to ask the source in a roundabout way about whether the patient […]

Silver Alert: Police ask you to be on the lookout for Glendale woman

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Silver Alert: Police ask you to be on the lookout for Glendale woman … TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – Police are looking for an endangered … Source link

PD: Man in custody after allegedly kidnapping child in Mesa, fleeing police | Arizona News

by John Q Public Safety
GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) − A man was taken into custody after he allegedly kidnapped at least one child in Mesa and fled police. According to the Mesa Police Department, a male suspect who claims to be the father took off with a child around 1 a.m. Mesa police put out information of the kidnapping suspect’s vehicle and shortly after, officers with the Peoria Police Department located the suspect’s vehicle. Officers attempted to pull over the vehicle but the suspect fled and a pursuit was initiated.  The suspect eventually stopped the vehicle near 47th and Glendale avenues and fled on foot.  Peoria […]

Woman rushed to hospital after Tempe shooting, police say | Arizona News

by AZPSC News Feed
TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) − A woman was rushed to the hospital after an overnight shooting in Tempe, according to police. The shooting occurred near Broadway and Rural roads late Thursday night. Police say a woman in her early 20’s was shot. She was transported to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries. They did not release any information on a possible suspect(s) or what led up to the shooting. This was the second shooting overnight in the Tempe area. Police say the investigation is in the early stages but there is no information to suggest that the two shootings are related. Stay […]

Police investigating shooting that left man hurt in Tempe | Arizona News

by AZPSC News Feed
TEMPE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) − Police are investigating a shooting that left a man wounded in Tempe late Thursday night. According to police, the man was shot near University and Priest drives. [RELATED: Woman killed in overnight Tempe shooting, police say] They say the investigation is in its early stages but one man was shot and taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. No information was released on potential suspects or details on the cause of the shooting. The shooting was one of two in Tempe late Thursday night. However, police say that they have no information to suggest that either shooting […]

Wiederaenders: Snow job or are we too impatient? | The Daily Courier

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The Friday Catchall: • SNOW! — This week I was left wondering whether a lot of people have moved to the Prescott area — and are not used to the method of snow removal here (main streets then side streets) — or if we have become a magnet for people who cannot drive in the white stuff. The latter is certainly true (sorry, folks). However, I did begin to think that our local governments — Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Yavapai County — could have done a better job. First, let’s look at the driving: Dozens of people spinning […]

Quad Cities, county unite against cellphone use while driving | The Daily Courier

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It is now official virtually everywhere in the quad-city area: Use a hand-held cellphone while driving, and be subject to a fine of $100 or more. After a month-and-half-long grace period that involved warnings for offenders, the City of Prescott’s new ban on hand-held devices while driving became active on Jan. 1. Likewise, Yavapai County has been in the warning/education mode for the countywide ordinance that became effective Nov. 2, and deputies continue to have the discretion to cite and fine offenders. Meanwhile, the Town of Chino Valley has passed a hand-held-device driving ban of its own, effective Jan. 1, […]