Peoria Crime

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  • Peoria police make arrest in October fatal wreck

    Wednesday Dec 17 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Peoria police arrested the driver they believe is responsible for the highway collision that killed three people on Oct. 18 Peoria police make arrest in October fatal wreck PEORIA -- Peoria police arrested the driver they believe is responsible for the highway collision that killed three people on Oct. 18 Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1DQ0uiH Peoria police arrested Manuel Alonso Bastidos Grijalva, 20, in Dec. 2014 for his role in a fatal wreck on Oct. 18, 2014. Peoria police arrested the driver they believe is responsible for the October wreck in the northwest Valley that killed three people and hospitalized 12 others, according to a police statement.

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  • Peoria police arrest man in October crash that killed 3

    Wednesday Dec 17 | via KOLD-TV Tucson 

    PEORIA, Ariz. - Police in Peoria have arrested a man in connection with an October car crash that killed three people and injured 12 others.

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  • Arrest made in October crash that left 3 dead

    Wednesday Dec 17 | via ABC15.com 

    A 20-year-old man believed to be responsible for a deadly accident in Peoria three months ago has been arrested. Peoria police say the man is facing multiple charges, including three counts of vehicular manslaughter, five counts of aggravated assault, 13 counts of causing a serious injury vehicle crash, five counts of reckless endangerment and underage DUI.

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  • Man arrested in crash that killed 3, injured 12 near...

    Wednesday Dec 17 | via KTVK Phoenix 

    PEORIA, Ariz. -- A 20-year-old man faces three counts of vehicular manslaughter and multiple other charges following an October crash that killed three people and injured 12 others.

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  • Ferguson officer's resignation draws more controversy

    Sunday Nov 30 | via Courier News 

    The grand jury decision not to indict the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown continued to reverberate Sunday, one day after Officer Darren Wilson resigned from the force. Ferguson officials Ferguson officer's resignation fails to quell controversy The grand jury decision not to indict the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown continued to reverberate Sunday, one day after Officer Darren Wilson resigned from the force.

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  • Trio accused of driving through Camp Verde with meth

    Friday Nov 28 | via Verde Independent 

    Three people were arrested early Wednesday morning after being pulled over in Camp Verde by Yavapai County Sheriff's Office deputies. Though the initial stop was instigated by driving infractions, the three were charged with several offenses, including possession of methamphetamine.

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  • Judge determines law officers made 'seemingly pervas...

    Thursday Nov 27 | via The Bugle 

    Finding evidence of false statements by sheriff's investigators, the state Court of Appeals on Tuesday gave the owner of a chain of Phoenix area restaurants a chance to undermine -- and possibly escape -- charges he knowingly hired undocumented workers. Judge Kenton Jones said there were "seemingly pervasive misstatements of basic facts' made by Maricopa County investigators when they obtained search warrants for the home of Brett Frimmel and the Uncle Sam's restaurants he owns.

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  • Police: Glendale man texted murder confession

    Tuesday Nov 25 | via The Arizona Republic 

    The man accused of killing his wife in Glendale sent text messages to the victim's relatives immediately after the murder telling them she was dead. Police: Glendale man confessed to murder in texts to victim's family GLENDALE -- The man accused of killing his wife in Glendale sent text messages to the victim's relatives immediately after the murder telling them she was dead.

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Peoria Law

Got pulled over. Took a sobriety test & breatherlizer test, blew .06, got tooken in for a DUI, took my blood alcohol test, then got release a few minutes later home by a taxi.
The "breathalyzer" you blew into was probably a portable breathalyzer tester (or "PBT"), the result of which are NOT...
It was dismissed without prejudice. I was charged on May 28 2014. The dismissal was 11/12/2014. I want the arrest off my record. I want the fingerprints recorded removed too.
I would invite you to give me a call, we just had this issue come up for another client.
90 day soberlink test follow w/9 mo urine test. If I quit reporting, not call PO what are consequences?
This lawyer is not licensed in Arizona, and the specific terms of probation in that state are best addressed to the...
I have no priors on my record
That depends on whether it is even offered to you by the prosecutor in the first place. If it is, AND there is no...
I was drunk with a co-worker. we went to her place, I asked if I could sleep in her bed and she agreed. As soon as I got to her bed I passed out. she woke me up on the couch saying that I touched her, messed with her clothes and masturbated on her. She claims she was awake the whole time and I have no memory of this as I was drunk. Is that sexual assault if she was awake and didn't bother to stop my supposed act?
The local prosecutor will determine if this fact pattern will support a charge then the court will determine if the...
I was arrested for DUI, I requested a lawyer to be present before I would answer any questions or perform any tests. They got a warrant, and drew my blood after 3 hours. I know that this blood test can possibly be suppressed due to the time period and lack of drinking/eating history. My main concern is with the MVD hearing. I know that I will receive a bare minimum 90 day suspension. I will also be restricted and will have a breathalyzer for 9 months after that. Aside from the arresting officer not showing up, is there any other possibilities to have this reduced. Not only do I drive quite a bit for work, but I also travel out of state which requires a rental car. If my criminal case is dismissed, or I plead to a lesser charge. Will I still be restricted and have a breathalyzer?
Probably. The DMV is completely separate from your criminal battle. That means the mvd will determine whether you...
I was pulled over for speeding, they did the breathalyzer and I blew a .065%. I was charged with DUI to slightest degree, DUI underage, and underage w/ alcohol in body. I was also charged w/ a speeding ticket and they found drug paraphanalia in my car. I don't know who's it was but I admitted to it in fear they would arrest my friends. The cop was extremely nice & seemed to feel bad, he kept calming me saying it was not a big deal and that I had a right to a public defender, as if he was hinting. At first he said he was going to get a blood test, but when the readings came back on the breathalyzer in the station, he said he didnt think it was necessary anymore. He even did a courtesy drive and drove me home. I dont know if his kindness means anything, but is it possible to fight this?
The fact that the officer wa nice is not a reflection of the quality of the evidence to be presented against you. I...