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Immigration

Gosar Demands Hearing on Protecting Americans from Illegal Immigration

The Biden border crisis grows worse every month. It was announced this week that in July over 212,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended along the southern border. This is nearly 25,000 more than June and it 420 percent higher than last July.  Along with the illegal immigrants comes an alarming amount of drugs. 771 pounds of fentanyl and 17,792 pounds

Crime

Democratic donor convicted of offering drugs for sex; 2 died

A federal jury on Tuesday convicted a wealthy California political donor on charges he injected gay men with methamphetamine in exchange for sex, leading to two deaths and other overdoses. Ed Buck, 66, was found guilty of all nine felony counts in federal court, which could lead to a life sentence. The verdict came exactly

Buz Blog

Overcoming Resisting Arrest: Why It Always Looks Bad

From the arrest of Rodney King to the George Floyd incident, videos of police arrests have incited a public uproar. Beside the fact that the media keeps pouring gas on the fire by re-showing these videos, ad nauseum, they always make law enforcement officers look like brutal Neanderthals. That is because taking someone into custody,

Legal Beat

A Trip to the Hospital Leads to a Father and Son Team Getting Busted with a Half Pound of Meth

On March 14, 2021 detectives from Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (P.A.N.T.) received a call from the Cottonwood Police Department who were investigating a possible discovery of methamphetamine from an individual located at the Verde Valley Medical Center. PANT detectives were called out to investigate and made contact with 68-year-old Warren Domenick and his son, 24-year-old

Legal Beat

Drug Lab Operation Busted After PANT Detectives Arrest Prescott Man

On March 12, 2021, The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office’s Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (P.A.N.T) arrested 52-year-old James Flint of Prescott and dismantled his massive methamphetamine operation. He has since been released on a $25,000 bond. A tip launched a three-week investigation into Flint and revealed he was having large amounts of chemical supplies and equipment

Legal Beat

Oregon 1st state to decriminalize possession of drugs

Police in Oregon can no longer arrest someone for possession of small amounts of heroin, methamphetamine, LSD, oxycodone and other drugs as a ballot measure that decriminalized them took effect on Monday. Instead, those found in possession would face a $100 fine or a health assessment that could lead to addiction counseling. Backers of the

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