Name: Daymn Pete Mondragon
Comments: In 2013, offender accepted a plea agreement and was convicted of Lewdness involving a child in Utah. Offender engaged in sexual acts with a 10 year old female acquaintance.
On Thursday, May 9, Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles received the honor of speaking at the 2013 Pinal County Fallen Officer Dedication Ceremony, remembering the lives of the brave men and women in uniform killed in the line of duty and recognizing the families of those individuals.Serving as the Pinal County Attorney and working directly with federal and state officials, Sheriff Babeu and his deputies, local police chiefs and their officers, Voyles knows the hard work and dedication the trained men and women in law enforcement encounter on a daily basis. At the Ceremony, he shared instances where the dedication of law enforcement positively impacted lives and signified their willingness to sacrifice for the betterment and safety of those in our community.
Meet Paint, a sweet Cattle Dog / Akita mix about 6 years old.
Paint has a wonderful personality: he is confident and independent, but also laid-back, gentle and friendly.
Paint enjoys being with people and other nice dogs. He also does very well on walks, earning a B+ leash grade.
Paint will make an excellent addition to any loving forever family!
For such a great dog, he has been at the shelter too long - drop in soon to meet Paint!
Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles announced the creation of the Pinal County Attorney’s Office Veteran’s Group at the inaugural Veteran’s Town Hall in Maricopa on Saturday, April 20, 2013. This Group represents the first of its kind in Arizona.
As introduced by Voyles, the Veteran’s Group enables the Pinal County Attorney’s Office to take a veteran’s circumstances into consideration when determining criminal charges. An example of how the program could significantly help in such considerations is when a criminal act can statutorily be charged as a misdemeanor, resulting in jail or probation, or a felony, with a probable sentence resulting in prison.
The average sale price for a residential property in Pinal County rose 22.5 percent in the first quarter of 2013 compared to the same period last year. While there were only 1,568 homes sold in the first three months of this year versus 2,104 in the first quarter of 2012, the average sale price went from $126,170 one year ago to $154,616 for the most recent three month period ending March 31st. The average square footage remained relatively similar at 1,945 for 2013 and 1,970 in 2012.
Name: Gabriel Barrios
Comments: In 2007, offender was convicted of attempted sexual conduct with a minor. 35 year old offender engaged in sexual relations with a 15 year old female known to him.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office will be the first law enforcement agency in Arizona to begin using a new technology in their jail that will enable inmates to receive visitors through computer terminals. Inmates at the Pinal County Adult Detention Center will be able to visit with their friends, family and attorneys without the visitor having to travel to the facility. iWebVisit.com is the inventor of this third generation technology which allows visitation via the “cloud” from any home, office or other remote location with a high speed internet connection. Using their sophisticated and secure patent pending technology, iWebVisit.com will have a number of Video Visitation Stations in the detention center which will allow inmates to participate in pre-scheduled visits. iWebVisit.com debuted the technology at a facility in Washoe County, Nevada in 2010. The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office will be the first Arizona law enforcement agency to use the new technology. Since the technology unveiled in on April 15th, 2013, there have been more than 60 remote visits. The cost for iWebVisit.com is $15 per 30-minute remote video visitation session.
UPDATE: ALL CLEAR GIVEN at 3:45pm Walmart has been reopened. Per PCSO, container was filled with paint.
Around 1:45pm this afternoon the Walmart at Hunt Hwy and Gary Rd in San Tan Valley was evacuated after a suspicious container was found in the parking lot.
A 5 gallon Home Depot paint container was found between 2 vehicles.
All employees and customers were instructed to leave their items and immediately evacuate the store and parking lot and no injuries were reported.
The store will remain closed until a full investigation is completed and the area is deemed safe to re-open.