An alleged burglary suspect has been apprehended. Just after one on Tuesday morning, Prescott Police officers responded to a burglary call at a Park Avenue residence. The victim told officers he heard noises coming from his kitchen area and when he went to investigate, he discovered an unidentified female loading food and alcohol from his refrigerator into a plastic trash bag. The suspect stated she was tired and hungry and proceeded to walk from the kitchen to the living room where she sat down. She later got up and left the residence on foot. A short time later, officers dealing with another call in the 100 block of Summit Avenue noticed one of the subjects they were dealing with matched the earlier description of the Park Avenue suspect. 26 year old Jennifer Guerra was positively identified by the burglary victim and his wife. Guerra was charged with one count of burglary.
The Arizona Extreme Extrication School is coming to Prescott Valley this weekend. According to the Central Yavapai Fire District, this school is being put on to enhance the skills and capabilities of fire and emergency services personnel from across the state. The District has put together a talented core of rescue professionals to teach the class and show the new and improved methods and tools to bring the skill level of rescuers up to meet the needs of modern vehicles when involved in an accident. Fifty fire rescue personnel are scheduled to participate, including a 3 man Rapid Response Team from Flagstaff. The school starts tomorrow and runs through Sunday at the District Training Academy on Valley Road in Prescott Valley.
Arizona Sundogs single game tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10. Those who wish to purchase tickets for any of the 32 regular season home games can stop by the Tim’s Toyota Center box office, call 1-866-443-8849 or go online to gettix.net. Regular box office hours are Monday through Friday from 10 to 5. It will also be open this Saturday from 10 to 2.
The Sundogs have also announced the Coaches Show will return for the upcoming season. The show will be broadcast live on KQNA 1130 AM and 99.9 FM in Prescott on select Tuesday nights, starting October 27th at 6 from Pony Espresso on North Robert Road in Prescott Valley.
Sundogs radio broadcaster Jordan Duvall will co-host the show with Head Coach and General Manager Marco Pietroniro and player and Assistant Coach Chris Bartolone.
An alleged DUI suspect swam to the middle of a pond to avoid arrest, but he was unsuccessful. Yavapai County Sheriff’s Deputies stopped a vehicle for speeding on Puma Circle in Cottonwood. The driver, 43 year old Darin Ritter claimed his driver’s license was in a tool box stored in the bed of the truck. During a pat down search of the suspect, Ritter pulled away and ran down the street and to a residential yard. As the deputy continued following him, he heard a loud splash and saw Ritter swim away in the multiple acre pond adjacent to Del Rio Drive. Sheriff’s Office spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn says he’s never seen a suspect jump into the water like this before:
The City of Sedona, along with Yavapai and Coconino Counties is getting some much needed flood assistance. Governor Jan Brewer has declared a state of emergency there in the wake of recent flash flooding. Brewer’s spokesman Paul Senseman explains declaration will provide up to 200 thousand dollars to reimburse the City and counties for their eligible expenses:
On September 10th, a storm produced 2.5 inches of heavy rainfall within a 45 minute period. The heavy rains resulted in significant flooding on Soldier’s Wash and several areas of the city.
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