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Police have named the victim shot and killed in front of a Gilbert home Thursday night.
Police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead in Gilbert on Thursday night.
Police are investigating after a child being cared for at a Gilbert daycare facility died Monday.
Gilbert Police are searching for a man who robbed at Walgreens, early last Thursday morning.
The Gilbert Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit will be hosting a drug disposal event for people who need to throw away old prescription drugs or pills as part of the "National Take Back Initiative" so drugs won't get in the wrong hands.
A Gilbert robbery suspect captured by the Department of Public Safety has been linked to similar crimes in Mesa and Apache Junction, police say.
Gilbert Police have modified specific patrol areas in the town to streamline officer response times and improve dispatch communication for the upcoming year, officials say.
Gilbert will begin having the Mesa police forensics lab process its crime scene evidence, which law enforcement officials expect will help them arrest more criminals who operate in the two communities.
Gilbert police stumbled upon a marijuana grow house Tuesday evening after an emergency gas leak call was placed for the residence, police say.
PD BUDGET CRUNCH: A Gilbert police cruiser pulls into the station's garage after a patrol shift Tuesday afternoon. Already understaffed, the department is looking at budget cuts which could keep them from hiring new officers.
Several Gilbert parents turned out Tuesday to lobby their Town Council to allow a local youth football league the same access to athletic fields as other youth sports groups. Among the parents waiting to speak was Tom Miller, who along with his wife, Carla, heads Top Flight Football.
Gilbert police responded to a neighborhood near Guadalupe and Lindsay roads after a 5-year-old fired a handgun in the front yard Saturday morning, said Sgt. Jesse Sanger, Gilbert PD spokesman.
Guest commentary by Bill Richardson
Our officers have been at the forefront of figuring out how to protect our city. When we have a safer community, we have a community that people want to invest in. This is real nuts-and-bolts police work that gets to the base cause of crime.” Mesa Mayor Scott Smith, Arizona Republic, “Mesa’s crime rate for major offenses is lower than in 1963, Mayor lauds preventive strategies by police,” Aug. 2, 2012
“Thank you to the town of Gilbert! There was a huge amount of graffiti on the neighborhood wall. Before I was even able to call the town, they were here painting and covering it up.”
Gilbert Mayor Steve Berman on Saturday dismissed a report that he was under investigation by the sheriff's office because of a domestic violence incident.
“To the uninformed Chandler venter, there will never be any 747s or any other aircraft larger than is presently using the Chandler airport because of a short extension to the Chandler runway.”
The commitment to build a $5.3 billion chip fabrication facility in Chandler’s Ocotillo region — expanding on an already significant presence in one of the East Valley’s benchmark cities — has certainly brought Intel its fair share of global and national recognition over the past year.
While both those who support and despise Senate Bill 1070 dance in the streets proclaiming victory after the June 25 U.S. Supreme Court landmark decision on Arizona’s anti-immigration law, the revelers need to remember that there’s a whole lot of very serious felony crime occurring every day in Arizona and the vast majority of it never gets solved and has nothing to do with illegal immigration.
You might think, as a long-time newspaper guy, I have seen it all.
Deputies with the Maricopa and Pinal County sheriff’s offices fanned out in a wide swath of the south East Valley Thursday and will target illegal immigrants for the next three days.
“A tale of two cities between Mesa and Tempe from the front page of the Tribune on Tuesday. Tempe has the mill revitalized. We have Bailey Brake Shop in Mesa.”
Maybe the best way to measure Teddy Ruben’s value isn’t what he meant to Saguaro on the field, but what it would have been like without him.