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Andrew Bates' family accepts an award from the town of Gilbert on his behalf. Bates is serving in Afghanistan. [Stacie Spring/Tribune]
Gilbert police are digging for leads and hoping the public can help them bring in a bank bandit they dubbed the “$60 Bill Bandit.”
A free luncheon to discuss how Gilbert businesses can register their security alarm systems with the police department will be 11 a.m. to noon today at the Gilbert Police Department Amphitheater, 75 E. Civic Center Drive.
Gilbert police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who shot a 24-year-old Mesa man outside a bar early Saturday.
Gilbert police have found a body in the area where they have been searching for a missing woman but a spokesman won’t say whether it is her.
Gilbert Police Chief John Brewer is stepping down in December, bringing to an end more than three decades in law enforcement. Brewer has been the town’s top cop for seven years. Previously, he served 25 years on Mesa’s force.
An eight-minute response time. Major crimes up 62 percent in the past five years. The lowest staffing ratio in the East Valley. And no money set aside for new hires.
Gilbert police officers will soon be carrying stun guns alongside their batons and pepper spray.
Gilbert Police Chief John Brewer wants to walk away from his job before he’s dragged or carried off. Brewer announced Thursday he is retiring in December, bringing to an end more than three decades in law enforcement.
The Bank of America at 15 E. Guadalupe Road was robbed Friday at 2:18 p.m., Gilbert police report.
Gilbert police and SWAT units were called to a Chase Bank located near the intersection of Queen Creek and Power Roads in Gilbert Tuesday morning.
The Gilbert Police Department has launched an Internet-based program that allows citizens to submit tips about crime and traffic as well as other concerns.
Gilbert police are investigating the shooting deaths of two people.
DOUGLAS — Authorities say a 45-year-old Gilbert woman has been arrested after trying to enter the U.S. from Mexico with 112 pounds of marijuana concealed in her car.
The Gilbert Police Department will again be collecting toys for its "Blue Line of Love" drive this season.
A family of four was bruised and battered when their sport utility vehicle went into a Gilbert canal, but no one suffered life-threatening injuries Sunday.
Gilbert police are investigating the suspicious disappearance of a Gilbert woman whose dog was found wandering near her home still wearing its leash. Anne Carver left her home in the area of Queen Creek and Greenfield roads with her dog about 5 a.m. Monday.
Overtime spending at the Gilbert Police Department is creeping back up after a policy successfully cut the tab by more than a quarter-million dollars earlier this year.
Police were forced to Taser a Gilbert man with a knife Monday night after they were called to a drunken fight between the man and his brother, police say.
While Gilbert police were responding to an overdose call in an apartment complex, fire officials say a hazmat team evacuated 16 apartments after they discovered suspicious containers inside of the home.
A man who police believe led them on a wild chase last week and barricaded himself in his Gilbert home has not been arrested, and neighbors worried about their safety are wondering why.
The calls come daily for San Clemente Apartments: shots fired, drugs, child abuse, burglaries.