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State Trooper Rescues Girl During Traffic Stop

AZ State Trooper Otto rescues a missing California child runaway during routine traffic stop in Kingman area. Sedona AZ (January 20, 2017) – Due to relatively new training called Interdiction for the Protection of Children (IPC), a state trooper received valuable training that assisted him in identifying and rescuing a 16-year-old girl. On January 11, 2017, at 7:20 a.m., an Arizona Department... 

Silent Witness Tip and Detective’s Diligence Lead to Trailhead Burglary Suspects

Sedona AZ (January 11, 2017) – In November of 2016, after a tip-off to a trailhead burglary suspect’s identity, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office detective began following case leads and obtained information from an electronics store about a cell phone purchased using the victim’s stolen credit card. He traced the cell phone serial number to a Prescott Valley man, Robert Abbott, 26,... 

CCSO Pursuit Nets Stolen Vehicle and Drugs

Sedona AZ (January 10, 2017) – On January 10, 2017, at approximately 3:16 in the morning, a Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Deputy engaged in a short vehicle pursuit which resulted in investigative leads in a stolen vehicle, vehicle burglaries, and drug paraphernalia. During the early morning hours of January 10, 2017, a Coconino County Sheriff Deputy was traveling on San Francisco Street when... 

Arizona Driver Licenses Valid for Air Travel Until 2020

Sedona AZ (January 5, 2017) – Arizona driver licenses and state identification cards are valid for air travel until October 1, 2020. Period. The Arizona Department of Transportation is sharing that message with travelers who may be confused by new Transportation Security Administration placards posted at airports. These notices say that beginning on January 28, 2018, travelers using a driver... 

First Responders Find Missing Woman Alive

Karen Klein found Sedona AZ (December 24, 2016) – Shortly after midnight, Kane County Utah Sheriff’s Office searchers located missing person Karen Klein at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Ms. Klein had walked approximately 26 miles since Thursday afternoon in search of help for herself, husband and son after their vehicle became stuck on a forest service road. When Search and Rescue teams... 

Search for Missing Woman Continues

Karen Klein missing Sedona AZ (December 23, 2016) – The Coconino County Arizona Sheriff’s Office and Kane County Utah Sheriff’s Office are searching for missing Karen Klein, 47, last seen on foot Thursday, December 22, around 2:30 p.m. near DeMotte Park. Karen Klein is 5’4”, 105 lbs with shoulder length blond hair. She was last seen wearing a navy blue Lands End parka trimmed in fake... 

Four Arizona School Districts Placed on AP Honor Roll

Sedona AZ (December 16, 2016) – Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas today proudly announced that four Arizona school districts have been honored by the College Board with placement on the 7th Annual Advanced Placement District Honor Roll. “I am honored to congratulate these four Arizona school districts on their hard work to enhance student learning through their progressive... 

Douglas Announces New ADE Staff Appointments

Sedona AZ (December 16, 2016) – Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas today announced five staff appointments to leadership positions in the Arizona Department of Education’s (ADE’s) Health and Nutrition and Government Relations divisions along with its Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program. Superintendent Douglas first shared the promotion of Melissa Conner as ADE’s... 

Don’t Fall Victim to Scammers Pretending to be Law Enforcement

Sedona AZ (December 9, 2016) – Over the past 24-48 hours, the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office has received multiple reports of fraudulent activities which are being investigated. Do not fall victim to these or other fraudulent schemes! Be aware that scammers often use fear and bullying tactics to coerce their victims, so fear not! Contact local law enforcement immediately to help stop these... 

Arizona State Law Says Move Over

Sedona AZ (December 8, 2016) – As you travel Arizona’s highways this week, watch for overhead signs reminding you to Move Over! with this message: We hope “Move Over” rings familiar. If not, let’s refresh your memory: • “Move Over” is a state law that requires motorists to move over one lane – or slow down if it is not safe to change lanes – when approaching any vehicle with... 
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