The Pinal County Sheriffs Office is hosting a Heroes Run for Dakota, 5K race, in San Tan Valley to help 8 year old Dakota and her family. The Pinal County Sheriffs Office, Rural Metro Fire, Southwest Ambulance and Banner Ironwood Medical Center invite you and your family to be a part of this wonderful opportunity to run/walk for a great cause.
On Friday, January 11th, 2013 at 6:50 p.m. the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two vehicle head-on-collision on Combs Road just west of Kenworthy in San Tan Valley.The investigation determined a minivan was traveling eastbound properly within its lane. The SUV was traveling westbound but crossed over the raised median, over several cacti and crashed head-on into the minivan. The driver of the gray minivan (female age 51), the front seat passenger (male age 20) and two children both females age 7 and 10 were all injured in the crash and taken to local hospitals.
I want to write this email to you, just to thank you. I want to thank you for a number of reasons.
First, I want to thank you for notifying me that you were involuntarily forcing an ‘at-will- position on me. I want to thank you for punitively reducing my pay by approximately $15,000. I want to thank you for ensuring that your executive staff relayed the message to me that once ‘at-will’, I would face termination.
On Friday, January 4, 2013, at 6:15 p.m. the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office responded to a single vehicle collision on Bella Vista Road approximately one quarter mile west of Quail Run in San Tan Valley.
When deputies arrived on scene, they observed a 1997 Toyota 4 Runner crashed into an SRP metal power pole with a concrete retainer.
The sole occupant of the vehicle was Donna Love, (age 47 of San Tan Valley). Ms. Love was pronounced deceased at the scene.
LEVEL 2 SEX OFFENDER
Dana Michael ForisterConvicted in 1992 of Sodomy in Montana, his victim was a 13 year old girl, he received 5 years of probation. In 1995 he was convicted of deviant sexual assault in the 2nd degree. His probation was revoked and he received 16 years in prison. His victim on the second case was a 16 year old female.
On Thursday, December 20, 2012 at 1:34 p.m. the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call from William Miller (age 26, San Tan Valley) indicating his 4 month old baby had possibly drowned. Deputies responded to the 4800 block of East Whitehall Drive, San Tan Valley. The first deputy arrived on the scene within a few minutes and relieved William from doing CPR on the child.
The deputy and a sergeant who was on scene continued providing the child CPR until medics arrived. The child was provided additional medical treatment and then transported by air ambulance to Cardon Children’s Hospital in Mesa where she was later pronounced deceased.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office, Evidence Unit's - "Found and Unclaimed Property" website is now live.Whenever a deputy turns in Found Property from anywhere in Pinal County to the Evidence Unit and the owner is unknown, a photograph is taken of the items and the pictures are then posted on this website for the public to view. Also posted on the website will be items whose owners are known but the Evidence Unit does not have contact information for.
The Pinal County Deputies Association was formed to assemble a coalition of Pinal County Sheriff's Office employees to promote the belief that Pinal County Sheriff’s Office employees have the same Constitutional rights as other citizens of the United States and residents of the State of Arizona; and that the Association will constantly protect these rights.
They promote a positive image of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office employees and will provide a powerful and respected voice for its members and educate the public about improved public safety and crime reduction.