According to the FBI’s 2012 Uniform Crime Report, there were 19,158 stolen vehicles in Arizona. The Arizona Automobile Theft Authority (AATA) recommends “Layered Protection” to prevent auto thefts. If a thief has to work hard to get your car, that may prevent it from being stolen.
Do you still have a Christmas tree in your home? Live Christmas trees are often cut in the month of November and shipped to the southwest desert from cooler states.
Those same trees are then exposed to the Arizona sunlight and subjected to warm temperatures. The Christmas tree that was once fresh, green, and fragrant is not only quickly dying, it poses a serious safety hazard to you and your family.
Over the weekend, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office received multiple reports of an individual that was contacting residents by phone claiming to be with the Yuma or Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. He stated he was a lieutenant and threatened to arrest them for a jury summons or warrant.
While many parents are aware of and informed about the dangers of illicit drugs, the potentially deadly effects of common household products often remain overlooked. Items like spray paint, adhesives, gasoline, cleaning fluids, nail polish remover, and markers aren't typically taken intro consideration because they were never intended to be used as drugs. However, inhaling the vapors from these and many other products can result in a powerful and potentially fatal intoxication.
The cooler weather is often a much-needed relief from the typical Arizona summer, but with the changing temperatures comes, a spike in Smoke Alarm Assistance calls for fire departments everywhere. As the temperatures drop and residents start to open their windows for the first time in months or turn on their heaters, smoke alarms pickup particles of dust as smoke and can activate. The fire department is often called out to homes were residents have changed the batteries in the smoke alarms and yet they are still chirping or going off.
Name: Gary J Doster
Offense: Offender was convicted of Indecent Exposure in 2013. Offender exposed his genitals to multiple adult and juvenile victims at a public pool,
Halloween is only a few days away and figured it would be a good reminder to tell everyone how to keep themselves and their families safe.
October is nationally recognized as the official Fire Prevention month.
This years theme is Smoke Detectors in your home. Over the years, residential smoke detectors have saved thousands of lives by warning the occupants of a fire. Many fire fatalities occur in homes with no working smoke detectors. Many of these homes were equipped, but no one thought of checking or changing the batteries. Make it a rule to check and change your batteries at least twice a year.
An archive containing nearly 5 million Gmail addresses and plain text passwords was posted Tuesday on an online forum, but the data is old and likely sourced from multiple data breaches according to one security firm.
A man pretending to be a Salt River Project (SRP) employee is trying to scam businesses in Arizona, according to police.
The Chandler Police Department said the man is calling businesses, saying he's from SRP and telling them their power bill is past due.
Arizonans can start using permissible fireworks from Tuesday, July 1 through July 6 under a new law written and passed with the intention of eliminating confusion over what fireworks are permissible in the state.
Fireworks Season is upon us and our local San Tan Valley Fire Department, Rural/Metro Fire, wants you to stay safe. If you are going to use fireworks, please use them safely!