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Dysart High School threats do not appear credible, police say

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[ad_1] 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 […]

One dead after crash in El Mirage; police say one vehicle ran a red light

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[ad_1] EL MIRAGE, AZ – One person is dead after a two-car crash at an intersection in El Mirage overnight.  According to El Mirage Police Sgt Chris Culp at the scene near Dysart and Cactus, one vehicle heading westbound ran a red light, hitting a second car that was traveling northbound.   Three people were in one car, including a man who was pronounced dead at the scene. The other two occupants, another man and a young girl, were taken to the hospital in serious condition.   One person was in the second vehicle and was also taken to the hospital with injuries.   The Arizona […]

Police: 1 dead, 3 hurt after red-light runner causes crash in El – 3TV

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[ad_1] One person is dead and three are hurt after a red-light runner caused a crash overnight in El Mirage, according to police. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5) EL MIRAGE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - One person is dead and three are hurt after a red-light runner caused a crash overnight in El Mirage, according to police. A vehicle with three occupants, two men and a woman, was traveling at a high rate of speed westbound on Cactus Road late Thursday night. Around 10:30 p.m., the speeding vehicle ran a red light at the Cactus Road and Dysart Road intersection, colliding with a […]

Man trapped for over an hour after Avondale accident; 3 injured – 3TV

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[ad_1] A man was trapped for over an hour inside of his vehicle after an overnight accident in Avondale that injured three. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5) AVONDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - A man was trapped for over an hour inside of his vehicle after an overnight accident in Avondale that injured three. A blue truck ended up on top of another vehicle, requiring a male driver and female passenger to be extricated from the vehicle. The serious accident occurred near El Mirage Road and Camelback Road sometime before 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. The male driver of the blue truck was removed from […]

Why correctional facilities should photograph detainee tattoos

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[ad_1] By Sean Stewart, C1 Contributor Many facilities photograph tattoos of incoming detainees and use the photos as a classification and identification tool. Tattoos can provide indications of links or ties to gangs and/or security threat groups. Law enforcement can also use the photos as possible identifiers of an individual at a later date and time. On many occasions, crime victims may only be able to see or remember a tattoo. Why photograph tattoos? Photographing of tattoos undeniably assists law enforcement in identifying suspects of violent crimes and aids in criminal arrests. (Howard County Police Department via AP) Related articles […]

Dave Eggers: ‘As the hurricane bore down, Trump tweeted his excitement’ | US news

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[ad_1] It had been 12 years, since Katrina, that an Atlantic hurricane of this strength had made landfall on the American mainland. On 17 August, meteorologists were watching storm formations in the Atlantic. They named one Potential Tropical Cyclone 9. Later that night, they renamed it Tropical Storm Harvey. For the next week, the storm was downgraded to a Tropical Wave, then upgraded to a Tropical Depression. But as it closed in on the coast of Texas, fuelled by warm Gulf of Mexico waters, it grew stronger and was headed for the coast of Texas. Americans were rattled and sickened […]

El Mirage officer shoots, kills person in Youngtown

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[ad_1] Shooting(Photo: azcentral.com) An El Mirage police officer shot and killed someone in Youngtown late Sunday night during a confrontation, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.  Sheriff’s deputies and officers with the El Mirage Police Department responded to a call of gunshots in the area of 113th and Tennessee avenues around 10 p.m. According to authorities, a confrontation occurred between an El Mirage police officer and “an individual,” prompting the officer to fire at least one shot, striking the person. The individual was pronounced dead. No deputies or officers were injured. A man who lives in the area said he heard […]

PD: Tracking technology on cash leads Glendale PD to thieves

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[ad_1] GLENDALE, AZ – Stolen money with a tracking device leads Glendale Police to thieves after a Wal-Mart theft.  Glendale Police report that on August 29 a man displayed a handgun while robbing the Wal-Mart store near 51st and Olive Avenues and leaving with about $3,000 in cash. Surveillance video reportedly shows the man getting into a large black SUV. The money was placed in a plastic Wal-Mart bag.  Officers were able to track the suspect to a home in El Mirage near Dysart and Cactus Roads. Undercover officers watched as one person left home and placed some money inside a […]

PD: Tracking technology on cash leads Glendale police to thieves – ABC15 Arizona

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[ad_1] ABC15 Arizona PD: Tracking technology on cash leads Glendale police to thievesABC15 ArizonaGLENDALE, AZ – Stolen money with a tracking device lead Glendale police to thieves after a Walmart theft. Glendale police report that on … Officers were able to track the suspect to a house in El Mirage near Dysart and Cactus roads. Undercover … and more » [ad_2] Source link

Glendale might annex 1,340 acres this year

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[ad_1] Leyton Woolf at his rose farm in 2003.(Photo: The Republic) Glendale could annex the largest piece of land since it took in Luke Air Force Base in 1995. Woolf Logistics, a 1,340-acre parcel owned by rose-farm mogul Leyton Woolf, could find itself within the city’s boundaries before the end of the year. The property now sits in an unincorporated area of Maricopa County. Glendale Planning Director Jon Froke said the two parties broached the subject as early as 2005. Conversations continued into 2008, when the City Council directed Woolf to find a private company to handle the land’s water and sewer needs. […]