Image: KPHO-TV Scottsdale police Officer James Peters has shot and killed five people in his career. Looks like they all deserved it. Most cops never shoot anyone, and even fewer will kill more than one crime suspect in their careers. Scottsdale Officer James Peters is different: He's ... More >>
The FBI's Phoenix division "The Chameleon Bandit" hard at workThe FBI's bandit-naming department is at it again, and the latest bandit name is even dumber than yesterday's "no tricks bandit," who was shot last night by the Dirty Harry of the Scottsdale Police Department, as pointed out in ... More >>
Benjamin Leatherman Some of the pulchitrudinous patrons present at Revolver Lounge's debut this past weekend. See more pics from the grand opening in our slideshowRevolver Lounge in Old Town Scottsdale was definitely a hot place to be this past Friday during its grand opening soiree...lite ... More >>
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