Hot Links: Baby Gabriel, Strip Club Suicide, and People Sleeping on I-17
The majority of the luxury condos at the posh 44 Monroe luxury high-rise are facing foreclosure. A notice of trustee's sale has been filed by the Scottsdale's Stearns Bank to sell 182 of the building's 196 units. The condos will be sold to the highest bidder on April 14...Phoenix police have identified the man found dead in a Phoenix strip club on Sunday. Jeremy Goodson, a 33-year-old convicted felon, is believed to have suffered from depression before getting a lap-dance, attempting to rob the club, and ultimately turning the gun on himself...Two children, both younger than 10 years old, are in critical condition after they were hit by a car while riding their bicycles. The kids were riding their bikes near 24th Street and Broadway Road in Phoenix on Tuesday afternoon, when they were both hit by a passing car. Both boys were taken to the hospital, where they were found to be unconscious, one bleeding from the nose and mouth...Tempe police are growing less optimistic that baby Gabriel is still alive. The baby went missing in December and her mother, Elizabeth Johnson, claims she gave the child to a
couple in San Antonio, Texas. Police say tips about the baby's whereabouts have slowed and photos of the baby, taken on the mother's cell phone, show Gabriel holding a bottle of prescription pills...A Mesa cardiologist is accused of sexually abusing 18 of his patients, and sexually assaulting one other. A Maricopa County grand jury handed down a 61-count indictment against Dr. Richard Lewis for fondling and assaulting his patients stemming from complaints going back to 2004...Department of Public Safety officials have re-opened stretches of Interstate 17 they were forced to close last night because of icy conditions caused by last night's storm. DPS officers said they had to wake up sleeping motorists to get traffic moving again because the drivers of several cars and trucks had pulled over to rest because of the conditions.
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