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Child Abuse Cases in Phoenix

Thursday, 23 February 2017 on behalf of

Child Abuse in Phoenix A man accused of child molestation and continued sexual abuse is now behind bars. On Wednesday the U.S. Marshals Service arrested Marian Tigla in Waterloo. The 39 year old is from Phoenix, Arizona, where the charges originate from Pinal County. Authorities issued a warrant for Tigla on January 26. The Northern

Family Dispute Ends Deadly Coolidge police say the shooting deaths of three people along a rural road appear to be a case of murder-suicide. Police said 75-year-old Francisco Renteria Valenzuela and married couple 45-year-old Reyna Idalia Renteria and 57-year-old Everardo Verduzco, were found dead on Wednesday. All suffered gunshot wounds and a handgun was found

Phoenix Robberies on the Rise

Friday, 10 February 2017 on behalf of

Phoenix Robberies Suspect Arrested A robbery suspect dubbed the “Barrel Chested Bandit” and wanted in holdups in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona has been arrested, the FBI office in Dallas announced. FBI agents arrested Anthony James Lane, 50, in Tuscon, Ariz., on Tuesday, according to theArizona Daily Star. Lane was wanted in robberies or attempted

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Sex Trafficking in Arizona

Friday, 03 February 2017 on behalf of

Rescued Arizona Sex Trafficking Victim   Arizona Department of Public Safety officials say a traffic stop near Kingman resulted in the rescue of a 16-year-old girl who was being sold for sex. They say the teen was in the company of a man and woman when their vehicle was stopped by DPS Trooper Jonathan Otto

Dean Sexually Assaults Student

Friday, 27 January 2017 on behalf of

School Dean Sexually Assaults 14 Year Old A Chicago Public Schools dean sexually assaulted a 14-year-old student repeatedly at her South Side school starting last spring after she was sent to his office for disciplinary problems, Cook County prosecutors alleged Tuesday. Stanley Carothers III, 29, was the dean of operations at Bradwell School of Excellence, a

Phoenix Permits Not In Order

Friday, 20 January 2017 on behalf of

Phoenix Event’s Permits Cause Issues Glendale officials said when they first cracked down on Brown in 2013, he told them his non-profit status protected him from any enforcement action, records show. “He said he was a (non-profit) 501c(3) and he didn’t need all of the permits,” a building inspector wrote in 2014. “I advised Mr.