On July 27, 2016, David Hollins robbed a Walgreens drug store wearing a mask and told the employees he had a weapon. Tempe Police responded to the incoming report that a possibly armed suspect was on the run in the Walgreen area.
In January 2018, debtor Mark Stuart lost a case against the City of Scottsdale in an Arizona State Court. Afterward, he forwarded the case to the Arizona Court of Appeals.
In 2017, The Town of Queen Creek started talks with Johnson Utilities, intending to enter a transaction of mutual interest. As part of the process, the two parties agreed to a Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement.
The Mark Goudreau case, also known as the Baseline Killer, is believed to have committed nine murders in the Phoenix Metro area in a span of thirteen months—between 2005 to 2006.
The earliest case dates back to the 1970s, while Michael Gilman’s death is the only recent one. On April 29, 2014, Gilman was discovered dead in his home near 54th Street and Lincoln Drive.
You’ve probably heard of the famous Judge Lynn Toler. If not, she is an American Lawyer, judge, and television arbitrator. She is widely known for her outstanding role in the longest-running courtroom television series, Divorce Court.
Guadalupe began taking shape in the 1900s when the Yaqui Indians fled their homeland because of oppression from Porfirio Diaz, the Mexican government leader.
In 2015, Clyde Reed sued the town of Gilbert for violating his first amendment right when he put up signage indicating the meeting times of his Church services.
Known to Americans as one of the “toughest sheriffs,” Fountain Hills is home to Sheriff Joe Arpaio. His tent city, pink underwear, and green baloney sandwiches earned him fame among inmates and the country.
Chandler city provides unique opportunities for women in leadership. Judge Skupin is a Presiding Magistrate and a woman of color in Arizona’s fourth largest city, and her influence is unique to our neighborhood and our state.
In 2012, Freeman, a resident of rural Cave Creek, learned that the Town of Cave Creek and Cahava Springs, a neighboring property, wanted to build a non-motorized recreational trail that would infringe on his property.