On the heels of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder establishing a task force aimed at easing racial tensions between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve, the attorneys for a pair of former Florence Police Department detectives are renewing their call that Florence and the Pinal Co ... More >>
An attorney is demanding that ABC 15 retract a story accusing her clients -- two Arizona police officers -- of making mistakes during investigations that prompted the Pinal County Attorney's Office to drop those cases. Television reporter Navideh Forghani, reporting on how former Florence police d ... More >>
An ABC 15 reporter told viewers a story earlier this month about two former Florence detectives who'd botched cases so badly that the Pinal County Attorney's Office couldn't prosecute them. Only no one has been able to cite what the cases were about.
Two former detectives fired from the Florence Police Department received good news from the officials at the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training. AZ POST, the body that certifies police officers to carry a badge and a gun, informed both police officers in February that the state board is ... More >>
Walt Hunter and Jarris Varnrobinson, two police officers who were fired by the Florence Police Department, continue to fight to clear their reputations. Their latest battle involves the two trying to keep their names off what's known as the Brady List. The list isn't a good one -- it's a way the ... More >>
In the Town of Florence, criminal investigations and public safety have taken a backseat to police department politics.This week, you can read part two of New Times reporters Monica Alonzo and Stephen Lemons' three-part series, "Florence Exposed."