An inmate was found dead at the Arizona Department of Corrections in Florence, officials said Thursday.
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu's investigation into Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office is raising concerns with Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley.
A billboard in Oracle that seemed to suggest that Arizona's immigration law is targeting Hispanic families features a new message.
It was changed last week after Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu spoke with property owner Frank Pierson.
On April 30th, 2010 Pinal County Sheriff’s Deputy Louie Puroll was involved in a shooting with individuals in the Vekol Valley. This shooting drew both local and national attention.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office has declined to conduct forensic tests on evidence from a shooting incident involving Deputy Louie Puroll despite statements from forensic experts that the lawman's bullet wound could not have occurred as he described.
By now many of you have been forwarded the below photo of a billboard placed on the property of Frank Pierson and Mary Ellen Kazda of Oracle. The billboard was not placed nor approved by Sheriff Babeu. Sheriff Babeu does not know the family nor did he direct the message stated on the billboard to the family.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office - Citizens on Patrol (COP) Program will be conducting an informational meeting regarding the implementation of an Arizona City Citizens on Patrol Unit. Lieutenant Ruben Leos and COP Program Director, Pat Prince, along with volunteers from the Gold Canyon C.O.P. Unit and the San Tan Valley C.O.P. Unit will be addressing Arizona City residents interested in volunteering their time to serve as the "eyes and ears" of their community.
There's a new sheriff dominating Arizona's airwaves.
There is little tolerance in Pinal County for parents who don't pay child support.
A debate is brewing over Sheriff Paul Babeu's request that Pinal County supervisors fund seven new law-enforcement positions to battle escalating violence associated with illegal immigration and drug smuggling.
Pinal County Animal Care and Control officers, working in conjunction with the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and the Pinal County Attorney’s Office, seized 152 cats and 19 dogs from a Hidden Valley home Monday afternoon.
Thanks to the nearly 27,000 people who went online to vote, the Arizona Trail Association has won a $50,000 grant for trail improvements in Pinal County.