AZDHS has notified the Pressroom of their violation and has posted a closure measure on the front doors. They will not be able to reopen until several benchmarks are achieved and permission is granted from the health department.
According to a news release, a 70-year-old inmate tested positive on Dec. 30 and was placed in medical isolation in the jail infirmary. Shortly after, on Jan. 10, 2021, the inmate was transported to a local hospital for further treatment and evaluation.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, CBP personnel throughout the nation have seized more than 14 million counterfeit face masks, nearly 180,000 FDA-prohibited COVID-19 test kits, and tens of thousands of FDA-prohibited pharmaceuticals.
Officials say port-security made contact with the man and ordered him to drop the machete, which he did. Agents identified the man, determined he was from Mexico and discovered he had an active warrant from the U.S. Marshals for a supervised release violation.
The arrest happened around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday after the trio illegally crossed the border through the desert southeast of Yuma. Record checks revealed one of them had been arrested and prosecuted in California for having sex with a minor. He was previously removed from the U.S. following the com
The department is now looking for a consultant to help “identify the type of juvenile correctional facility the agency will need.” The department wants the consultant to provide at least three location options for the new lockup.
While Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego delivered her speech about Goode, a hacker’s voice was suddenly heard talking over her saying vulgar and racist comments including the N-word. The racist comments by the male voice continued as well as other voices saying indistinguishable things for about 30 seconds
Chansley was inside the Capitol and on the Senate dais as he carried a U.S. flag on a pole topped with a spear. He hasn’t yet entered a plea on charges of entering a restricted building without lawful authority, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
Police arrived at the apartment complex near Bell Road and 35th Ave. on Tuesday, Jan. 5 around 11:43 p.m. According to a news release, police found a woman dead with a gunshot wound. She was later identified as 39-year-old Jessica Kennedy.
Police continue to search for dozens of other people who may have been involved in the riots. On Thursday, authorities released photos of "persons of interest" and offered rewards leading to their arrests.
The show of force by law enforcement at the Capitol bore little resemblance to the lines of National Guardsmen and other police forces that assembled last year to protect luxury brand retailers against looting, government buildings against breaching and highways against marching by demonstrators.
According to the Facebook post, Cochise deputies along with an Arizona Dept. of Public Safety Trooper determined the victim was 18-year-old John Shaver. Officials believe Shaver was stabbed repeatedly by 38-year-old co-worker Bryan Benally while staying in the campground.
According to a news release, 36-year-old Michael Flaminio was being reviewed for an August 2020 incident that required the use of force. Supervisory staff handed the investigation over to the Criminal Investigation Division of the Pima County Sheriff’s Department for further review.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies began to feel sick and experienced symptoms similar to fentanyl ingestion while doing their search. Both deputies immediately used their department-issued Narcan doses to combat the symptoms until paramedics arrived.
Arizona Department of Public Safety says a trooper located the driver on the westbound frontage road of I-10 near 67th Avenue around 4 a.m. The trooper saw the driver who appeared to be passed out behind the wheel, but when he attempted to wake him up, the driver took off.