Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Scottsdale, AZ or anywhere in the US.
Recent Crime News
Friday | via KTVK Phoenix
A former Scottsdale accountant convicted of swindling six clients out of nearly $1 million will serve 35 years in prison. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 4 | via ABC15.com
Scottsdale police say dispatch received a silent call around 10 p.m. from a home near 82nd Street and Camelback Road. Comment?
Monday Dec 2 | via KTVK Phoenix
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Scottsdale police are investigating a robbery at BMO Harris Bank near Scottsdale and Deer Valley roads. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 20 | via KTVK Phoenix
On Wednesday, the Maricopa County Attorney's Office begins its appeal of a judge's bombshell ruling, which found major problems with a piece of equipment at the Scottsdale Crime Lab. Comment?
Thursday Nov 14 | via CNN
A financial adviser to several National Hockey League players has been arrested, along with a former professional race car driver, on charges they defrauded investors of $15 million, the U.S. attorney's office in New York said. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 13 | via KTVK Phoenix
The youngest victim in Tuesday's shooting rampage was a 14-year-old girl who attended Desert Shadows Middle School in Scottsdale. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 12 | via Psychology Today
A group called The Well Armed Woman has 3,000 members, in 107 chapters across 37 US states. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 12 | via The Family Badge
The report, which has not been released publicly and was obtained by The Associated Press, was written by officials from nine police agencies belonging to the Hamilton County Association of Chiefs of Police and comes after criticism by attorneys following at least five suspect deaths in as many years in southwestern Ohio. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 12 | via KARE-TV Minneapolis
A 30-year-old professional boxer from St. Paul has been arrested on domestic abuse charges stemming from an incident in Scottsdale, Ariz. Comment?
Aug 5, 2013 | via Sacramento Bee Newspaper
But traveling when we're so focused on work or so relaxed that we let our guard down makes us an easy target for identity thieves and scam artists. Comment?