Violent Crimes in Phoenix Drive by Shooting Sadly drive by shootings rare...
Drive by Shooting Sadly drive by shootings rarely go well for the person being shot at. According to the Phoenix police, a victim of a recent drive by shooting has passed away. The victim was later identified as twenty-five year old, Kyle Begley. The reports said that the young man was shot around 2:30 p.m.
Foul Play Homicide Case Horseplay turned to homicide charges when a pedestrian was killed Thursday night after being pushed into the road and hit by a vehicle, Phoenix police said. The incident occurred just before 7 p.m. near Dunlap and 19th avenues, according to Sgt. Alan Pfohl with the Phoenix Police Department. Pfohl said 23-year-old Terrance
Police Still Searching for Homicide Suspects Even though it’s been more than a year since a security guard has lost his life due to being shot and killed, police are still trying to find justice for the fallen security guard’s death. The security guard had been killed outside of an West Phoenix apartment complex. Police are still
Local Armed Robbery in Phoenix Police are investigating an armed robbery involving two suspects at a coin business near Tatum and Greenway on Friday. Officials say the business owner shot one suspect, then held both suspects at gunpoint until officers arrived at the scene. Authorities say the male suspect was transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening
Phoenix Mother Arrested For Child Abuse New details have emerged in a case against Phoenix resident Alejandrina Angel Flores, 27, arrested last week. She was also charged with six counts of child abuse. According to court documents, the Phoenix Police Department received a call from Flores’ sister last Thursday about a domestic-violence situation at Flores’
Many Different Things Contribute to A Phoenix Shooting Road rage is something that people joke about, but you never know what could happen. Of course, I’ve even joked about having “road rage” but after this latest news article I won’t be joking around about it any more. According to the Department of Public Safety,