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Police Search for Female Suspects Associated with Stealing Money   Police have been searching for two female suspects who were suspected of stealing thousands of dollars from an eighty-one year old woman in Phoenix. The incident happened back in November of 2014. According to Silent Witness, the two females had approached the eighty-one year old

Police Finds Crate Carrying Marijuana   Metro police intercepted a crate containing 140 pounds of marijuana shipped from Phoenix for distribution to street dealers in Nashville Thursday. When detectives received information that the 327 pound wooden crate located at a local freight company could be tied to criminal activity, they sent Caine, a police dog, to check, police

Police Investigate Marijuana and Cocaine Finding Police are fighting the ongoing       A police raid in Oswego County led to the arrest of a man accused of having marijuana, cocaine and thousands of dollars in drug money. Jared M. Kempston, 23, of 104 State St., Phoenix, was charged with third-degree criminal possession of

Police Searching for Robberies Suspects According to the Tempe police, there have been three people arrested and two other people are still at large after a string of robberies in Phoenix as well as Tempe. Spokesman, Lt. Michael Pooley stated that in the early morning of 1:30 a.m. a Whataburger was robbed. It was located

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Phoenix Mother Arrested for Child Abuse Child Abuse is sadly becoming more common in the United States. More and more people are getting their kids rightfully taken away for being malicious towards their kids. A Phoenix mother has at least fifteen child welfare cases against her. Now the police have finally rescued her son from

Arizona Next Up for Battle of Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Oh, how far recreational “pot” has came… from the 70’s partying days to now becoming part of medical marijuana miracles. If anything cannabis has been fighting the fight to become legal for a very long time. Arizona is one of the next states to work on perfecting the laws