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Detectives from the Glendale Police Department Violent Crimes Squad are requesting assistance from the public in locating the suspect from a shooting which occurred at about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, March 4.
A man who was shot Monday night has died from his injuries, and police are looking for information on the identity of the suspected shooter.
Glendale police are looking for a suspect involved in a burglary that occurred Sept. 11 at a bakery in the 4500 block of West Glendale Avenue.
Police officers from Glendale, Phoenix, Flagstaff and Scottsdale will assist 5 & Diner restaurant, 7541 W. Bell Road, Peoria, with waiting and clearing tables during a Tip A Cop event from 5 to 10 p.m. Jan. 20.
Glendale police detectives are interviewing more than a dozen people to learn about the events the led up to a shooting that took place in an alley behind several homes in the 6600 block of north 55th Avenue.
GLENDALE, Calif. - Gary Collins checked into jail Monday to serve a four-day sentence in his drunken driving case. The 69-year-old TV personality and actor chose to pay an $85 daily fee to stay in the Glendale City Jail instead of the overcrowded Los Angeles County jail, according to the Glendale Police Department.
A Glendale woman is safe after being assaulted as she left the laundry room at her apartment complex on Tuesday.
Tim Leija always seems to be in the right place at the right time when people need help.
With the 2004-05 NHL season now firmly on the brink of extinction, the Coyotes and Arizona Public Service will host what might be the only hockey played at Glendale Arena for quite awhile.
Along with the United States Armed Forces, the Glendale Police Department will play host at an awards and farewell reception formally recognizing and honoring John Engstrom at 2 p.m. July 25.
Although Florida’s 41-14 victory over Ohio State in the BCS championship game seized everyone’s immediate attention, as could be expected, many officials looked at the events of the past week as an excellent workout for a bigger event on a bigger stage: Super Bowl XLII.
GLENDALE - A Glendale police officer has been killed in the line of duty for the first time in more than two decades.
Glendale Fire and Police dignitaries joined city staff and residents at the Civic Center Plaza Tuesday night for the dedication of the Public Safety Memorial, a 15-foot-tall sculpture meant to remember those who have fallen. Glendale has had one firefighter and two police officers who died in the line of duty: Fire Engineer Lester Hillis, Sgt. Pat Campbell and Officer Anthony Holly.
Under a milky-gray sky spitting raindrops, the Valley of the Sun kicked off Super Bowl XLII in the world’s spotlight Sunday.
Police believe Jhessye Shockley, a 5-year-old Glendale girl missing for more than two months, was killed and that her body was dumped in a trash bin across the Valley in Tempe.
A prominent East Valley priest suspended on allegations of sexual misconduct with a teenage boy more than 25 years ago now is being accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy at a Glendale parish 37 years ago.
A Phoenix police officer in body armor stood watch over the 43-year-old woman who had called 911 after buying a pack of razor blades at a drugstore. Karl Luther and Jack Perkins, two men who earned engineering degrees but chose social work instead, arrived in a minivan.
Scottsdale police officers soon could be patrolling Arizona Cardinals football games in the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.
Police arrested four men with 300 pounds of marijuana Thursday in a downtown Scottsdale parking lot during an undercover sting that netted an additional 2,200 pounds and four more arrests at a Valley stash house.
The Chandler City Council passed a hefty pay raise Thursday for its police officers in an effort to keep high-quality recruits from going to work for other cities that pay more.
A video has been posted online of a man exposing himself in public in Valley stores and shopping malls, ABC 15 reported.
High technology and good luck fused Saturday as Mesa police investigating a minor disturbance nabbed a 30-year-old man wanted for first-degree murder.
Mesa’s police chief is vowing to ask for a nearly $2,000 salary increase for police officers when city budget hearings begin Monday.
February 9, 2005
Chandler's City Council unanimously approved a 5 percent pay raise Thursday night for police sergeants as part of a labor deal that guarantees they are among the highest paid in the state.