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Body Camera Shows JUSTIFIED Use of Force in Fatal Police Shooting. Failure to Comply

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GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan —– The Kent County prosecutor says Grand Rapids officers were justified in shooting and killing an 18-year-old man during a gun … source

Houston Mayor Wants to Hop on ‘Sanctuary’ Lawsuit Bandwagon

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SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER HOUSTON, Texas — Mayor Sylvester Turner says he wants to join other cities in suing the State of Texas over Senate Bill 4 – the sanctuary city ban. This month, Mayor Turner plans to submit a vote to Houston City Council on the issue of suing over the controversial bill. The Bayou City’s mayor tweeted early Thursday morning, “#SB4: I will ask this month City Council to consider and vote to join the lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of SB4.” #SB4: I will ask this month City Council to consider and vote to join the lawsuits […]

Tucson Police: 2 Men Fatally Shot in Parking Lot of Park – U.S. News & World Report

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Tucson Police: 2 Men Fatally Shot in Parking Lot of ParkU.S. News & World ReportPolice are asking that anyone who was present to contact police if they haven't already spoken with police. Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags … The post Tucson Police: 2 Men Fatally Shot in Parking Lot of Park – U.S. News & World Report appeared first on Arizona Public Safety Coalition. Source link

Surveillance video released showing wrong-way driver at Sky Harbor

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The Arizona Department of Public Safety has released surveillance video showing a wrong-way driver at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport minutes before the driver caused a deadly collision on Tuesday night. source

Opioid epidemic affecting law enforcement and first responders’ health – Story

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The opioid epidemic is taking a new kind of toll, as law enforcement and first responders across the country are coming into contact with these dangerous drugs more and more often, and sometimes unexpectedly. There have been a few cases where officers have even overdosed after having minimal contact with the drugs, and now, the DEA wants law enforcement to take some extra precautions. In Arizona, police officers are now being trained to carry Narcan, a nasal spray to help reverse the effects of an overdose. It’s not just patients who might need it. As the opioids like Fentanyl grows […]

Gov. Doug Ducey wants Arizona to get serious about stopping wrong-way drivers

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CLOSE A man driving southbound in the northbound lanes of the I-17 crashed into sisters who were driving northbound on April 14, 2017. All three were killed in the wreck, said Raul Garcia, DPS spokesman. Their ages were corrected April 15, 2017. The Arizona Department of Transportation has installed bigger and lower “wrong way” signs at the corner of Camelback Road and Interstate 17 in Phoenix to try to prevent more people from entering the freeway driving the wrong way.(Photo: April Morganroth/The Republic) Gov. Doug Ducey is calling for more serious action from state transportation and public-safety agencies to address […]

Alice police officer left Arizona after rape allegation

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Records: Alice police officer left Arizona after rape allegation   Subscribe today for full access on your desktop, tablet, and mobile device. Subscribe Now   Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Records: Alice police officer left Arizona after rape allegation An Alice Police officer willingly relinquished his Arizona Peace Officer certification after he was accused of rape, according to public records. Post to Facebook Try Another Audio CAPTCHA Image CAPTCHA Help {# #} CancelSend Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Posted! A link has been posted […]

Police: Mesa man uses homemade nunchakus to assault wife

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MESA, AZ – A Mesa man allegedly used homemade nunchakus to assault his wife during an argument. Mesa police report that on June 1 they received a 911 call from a child saying their mother was hit with a metal bar by their father. When police arrived at the home, near Dobson Road and Southern Avenue, neighbors reported to them that they saw two children running from the house and calling for help. The children reported to police that they saw their mother holding a knife and telling her husband, 52-year-old Scott Allen West, to stay away from her. They also say […]

Bud Light truck overturns on Arizona freeway spilling cans

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Bud Light truck overturns on Arizona freeway spilling cans Breaking News Today Check The Source Here: https://goo.gl/028JfW No crying over spilled beer! Arizona residents unsurprisingly eager to help clean up after truck carrying Bud Light rolls on a freeway. Authorities say a big rig hauling a load of beer has rolled over on its side on a freeway ramp in Tempe. Arizona Department of Public Safety officials say the accident occurred about 10am Wednesday on the eastbound US 60 ramp to the southbound Loop 101. The Arizona Department of Public Safety posted a photo on its website showing the big […]