Gun Violence

New Mexicans speak out against gun violence – Cronkite News

Photo: New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence unveiled a new mural outside San Pedro Library in Albuquerque on Nov. 4, 2023. When viewed through a phone camera, the mural comes to life and names appear thanks to augmented reality technology. (Photo by John Leos/Cronkite News) On Nov. 4, the parking lot outside Albuquerque’s San Pedro

Impersonating a Police Officer

Prescott Valley PD Arrest Chino Valley Man for Impersonating an Officer

On Saturday, November 11, Prescott Valley Police officers responded to the Walmart Store on Glassford Hill Road after a caller advised that there was a white male in a full-sized, red Dodge truck with flashing red and blue lights in the parking lot, talking to a woman who was panhandling on the corner. The man


Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Detectives Thwart Insurance Fraud Scheme in Two Counties

In January 2023, YCSO detectives were alerted to an extensive insurance fraud scheme taking place in Yavapai and Maricopa Counties involving several people and a well-known insurance company. Through the months long investigation, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office detectives were able to identify the culprits of a sophisticated plot that spanned over several years.  The perpetrators


Narcotics Detectives Seize 1700 Fentanyl Pills and Arrest Four Prescott Residents

After a month-long investigation, Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT) detectives charged four Prescott residents with multiple felony drug counts and seized almost 1,700 fentanyl pills and firearms on Monday afternoon. Detectives conducted two traffic stops and obtained a search warrant for a residence in the 100 block of North Rush Street in Prescott where the

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