Up To $10,000 for Information on the Theft Of U.S. Mail In Yavapai County
A mining site report indicates possible arson and burglary.
Detectives seeking to Determine Circumstances of Woman’s Death
Buckle Up Arizona…It’s the Law! - Enforcement Campaign is Coming In an effort to save more lives on Arizona’s roadways this month, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is partnering with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and other local law enforcement agencies to enforce Arizona’s seat belt and child safety seat laws. Although Arizona has a secondary seatbelt law, the enforcement campaign is based upon high visibility traffic enforcement with a “zero-tolerance” approach towards seat belt and child safety seat usage. Secondary offense is an offense for which a driver or a passenger can receive a citation but only after a driver has been pulled over for a primary offense violation. As part of a national Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement campaign, law enforcement agencies across the state will be stepping up traffic enforcement patrols and increasing other enforcement efforts to drive home the message: Buckle Up Arizona…It’s the Law! Despite widespread efforts to educate drivers about the importance of wearing seat belts, motor vehicles collisions continue to be the leading cause of death and serious injuries to the citizens of our state. The enforcement mobilization will run from May 18 through May 31. Regular seat belt use is the single most effective way to protect people and reduce fatalities in motor vehicle crashes. When worn correctly, seat belts have proven to reduce the risk of fatal injury to front-seat passenger car occupants by 45% – and by 60% for occupants of pickup trucks, SUVs and mini-vans. Funding is provided by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. BUCKLE UP ARIZONA….IT’S THE LAW Citizens can contact the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office with information or questions at 928-771-3260 or the YCSO website: www.ycsoaz.gov
UPDATED: Aircraft’s Hard Landing results in injuries to Occupants
Former Yavapai County Sheriff H. “Curly” Moore, 86, passed away this morning, March 2, 2015, in Henderson, Nevada.
Alert Patrol Volunteer Instrumental in getting DUI Suspect off the Road