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Injury Collision on Highway 89 Closes Roads

On Friday February 19, 2021 at 8:15 am Officers from the Prescott Police Department responded to a two vehicle collision on State Route 89 at MacCurdy Drive. During the investigation it was determined that a 35 year old Prescott Valley man, traveling northbound on State Route 89 failed to stop for the red light at

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Suspect Arrested for Graffiti Spree

On February 9, 2021 at approximately 7:45 AM Prescott Police Officers served a search warrant on a residence located in the 800 block of W. Gurley Street. This search warrant was the result of a two-week long investigation regarding multiple incidents of graffiti discovered and reported throughout the City of Prescott. During the service of

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Fake Check Scam

The Prescott Police Department has seen an increase in Fraud Schemes and similar crimes. Criminals that perpetrate these crimes often prey upon a victim’s honesty and good nature. Often times the criminal will demand immediate action and threaten consequences for nonpayment. They will try and make the victim nervous and push them into quick payment.

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Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle on Sheldon Street

On January 14, 2021 at about 12:12 pm the Prescott Police Department responded to a single vehicle traffic crash involving a pedestrian who was struck on Sheldon Street at Pleasant Street.  Upon arrival officers found that a 75 year old female resident of Prescott was walking, with the walk sign illuminated, in the crosswalk on

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Changes in Services due to Covid 19 increases

The Prescott Police Department is continuing to monitor the on-going efforts to slow or combat the Coronavirus Pandemic and we remain committed to our mission to protect our community, maintain public safety and enforce the law. As first responders we continue to be on the front line of emerging public health concerns; this includes including

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Theft and Damage to Political or Campaign Signs

The Prescott Police Department would like to remind our community that there are crimes associated with the removal or destruction of political signs that are on private property throughout our City. During an election year it is very common that people report that signs have been stolen, damaged or removed from the ground at various

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