On July 31, at about 1 p.m., a Pinal County Sheriff’s Detention Officer was violently assaulted by two inmates inside the Pinal County Sheriff’s Adult Detention Center.
A 34-year-old female inmate of the Pinal County Jail is in critical condition at a local hospital following a suicide attempt while in her cell on July 22. The inmate was in PCSO custody following a July 20 arrest for child abuse, possession of marijuana, auto theft, hit and run, criminal damage and trespassing.
On Wednesday afternoon, in response to the new threat environment our law enforcement officers face, Sheriff Paul Babeu asked the county Board of Supervisors for emergency funding to purchase personal protective equipment for uniformed deputies and to fund updated training to help deputies survive a deadly sniper attack.
During the week of July 17th through the 23rd, 2016, people across the United States and Canada will join together to recognize the work that probation, parole and community supervision professionals do for our public safety.
Below is a link to a web form that contains questions to a brief survey targeting Pinal County businesses on behalf of the Arizona@Work Pinal County workforce board.
The mayor of the Town of Superior has been indicted, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office said Friday.
Mayor Jayme Valenzuela was charged with one count of theft, a class 5 felony.
The Pinal County Open Space and Trails Department is asking the public to review four alternatives for the proposed Palo Verde Regional Park.
Extreme weather conditions such as we have experienced recently with our summer monsoons can have unforeseen effects.
The Arizona Department of Health Services confirms one new case of measles, bringing the total to 20 cases. The new case is associated with the private detention facility in Eloy.
On June 6th, 2016 Renae Dee Gardner, age 43, of Apache Junction was reported missing to the Apache Junction Police Department (AJPD).
Pinal County Public Health is partnering with the Arizona Department of Health Services to conduct the Arizona Children's Health Survey to learn more about our children's health throughout the state.
The Pinal County Board of Supervisors has adopted the 2016/2017 fiscal year tentative budget for $410,193,288. It is a structurally balanced budget for the county.