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Mesa Teen Drowns in Lake Mary

Lake Mary Arizona Sedona AZ (May 28, 2017) – On May 27, 2017, at approximately 3:30 in the afternoon, a Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Volunteer conducting a holiday patrol near the Lake Mary boat ramp was flagged down by citizens. They reported that a young man swimming near buoys located south of the boat ramp had difficulty making it back to the shore. Approximately a hundred feet... 

Arrest in Flagstaff Home Invasion

Sedona AZ (March 30, 2016) – On Monday, March 28, 2016, at 4:49 p.m., a woman residing at a Winchester Drive, Flagstaff, Arizona home reported a suspicious person. According to the caller, a male approached her in the garage saying he needed help. He told her that people were after him and then ran away from the property. Due to his physical appearance and his actions, she believed the man was under... 

Driver Critically Injured in Snowbowl Truck Rollover

Sedona AZ (May 15, 2014) – On May 14, 2014, at approximately 5:00 p.m., the Coconino County Arizona Sheriff’s Office, Flagstaff, received a report of a traffic collision on Snowbowl Road in the area of mile post 3.4. Upon arrival, CCSO found a freight-liner flatbed utility truck rolled over. During the investigation, CCSO deputies found that the truck was owned by Allison Transmission out... 

Motorcyclist Attempts to Evade Arrest

Sedona AZ (February 17, 2014) – On February 9, 2014, around 9 PM, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputy observed a silver colored motorcycle crashed on the side of Cornville Road in the area of mile marker 7, Cornville, Arizona. As the deputy exited his vehicle to investigate, a motorist approached and advised the deputy that, when she offered aid, the biker’s breath smelled of... 

I-40 Hitchhiker Arrested for Igniting Wildfire

Sedona AZ (May 25, 2013) – Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 25-year-old James Duncan, a transient, for starting a wildfire. Investigators believe Duncan is responsible for the one acre fire, the Freeway Fire, along the I-40 near Flagstaff, Arizona. On Thursday, May 24, 2013, at 11:22 in the morning, the Sheriff’s Office received a call from the Northern District of the Arizona... 

Garland’s Lodge Burglar Arrested After Police Chase

Flagstaff AZ (October 23, 2012) – Thirty-year-old Ryan Travis Twyman of Phoenix, Arizona, was arrested at 1:02 p.m. this afternoon after two brief vehicle pursuits and an extended foot chase beginning at De Miguel School and ending south of the Mt. Dell subdivision in Flagstaff, Arizona. Twyman was driving a vehicle stolen from the Sedona area Garland’s Lodge and was found in possession... 

Coconino County Cold Cases Need Help

Coconino County AZ Cold Case Unit members Joe Sumner, Amy Kelly and Chuck Jones stand with the skull of an unidentified set of remains that bears the entrance wound from a single gunshot. The remains were originally found below Shoshone Point at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in 1933. (photo courtesy of Jake Bacon/AZ Daily Sun) Flagstaff AZ (September 18, 2012) – In 2005, the Coconino County... 

ADOT Memorial Weekend Travel Alert

PHOENIX AZ (May 25, 2012) — Blowing dust and reduced visibility are currently being reported by drivers in regions across the state, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation and the National Weather Service. Drivers are urged to be extra cautious as they head out on this Memorial Day Weekend.  The National Weather Service has issued a blowing dust advisory until 8 p.m. today. Strong... 

National Highway Work Zone Awareness Week

PHOENIX AZ (April 23, 2012) – Most people killed in highway work zones are drivers and or their passengers, not workers who must remain prepared for hazardous situations when building or maintaining Arizona roadways. The Arizona Department of Transportation is asking drivers to understand the life and death challenges associated with work zones. The message is being delivered during the annual... 
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