Reports of hundreds of migrants being flown to Phoenix and released at a bus station are missing half the story -- these women and children are seeking asylum in the United States.The people being released are doing so under what's called humanitarian parole, allowing them to stay in the United Stat ... More >>
Welcome to Most Wanted -- New Times' weekly post featuring scofflaws, including suspects in robberies, homicides and assault cases, sex offenders who've absconded, and even deadbeat parents who aren't shelling out court-ordered child support. Suspects featured here are presumed innocent -- until a ... More >>
Jodon Frank Romero, the man whose suicide was shown live on national television thanks to Fox News, was out of prison for almost four whole months before shooting himself in the head Friday.Phoenix police released some additional details about the events leading up to the suicide, as well as the sus ... More >>
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MCSO Shelven Jason Gasaway Arizona State University police and a task force from the U.S. Marshals Service arrested a wanted California parolee for allegedly robbing an ASU student at gunpoint last week. Police say Shelven Jason Gasaway Jr., 26, held an ASU student at gunpoint in the ... More >>
Gregory Sale considers jailbirds
Mark Chapman -- the man who killed John Lennon.Mark Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon in December of 1980 is scheduled to be interviewed by the parole board of the Attica prison in New York next week, NME reports. He's currently serving a sentence of twenty years to life for Lennon's mu ... More >>
Mark David Chapman was denied parole yesterday, for the fifth time. The man who murdered John Lennon on December 8, 1980 was sentenced to 20 years to life for his crime. The week before his parole hearing, the parole board received 50 letters and a petition signed by 1000 people opposing Chapman’s ... More >>
Arizona's prisons are packed. Building more would cost millions. Governor Janet Napolitano wants to lockup even more people. But others say it may be time to let a few out.
Drastic cuts show the state's Clemency Board no mercy
State helps prison parolees fall through the crack
Fife Symington's free and Michael Hester's not. But thanks to the ex-governor's oversight, that may soon change.
Young pups learn new tricks as sequel 102 Dalmatians hits the spots
Karl Whitmire is a sex offender's best friend
Bankruptcy adviser who bilked clients sentenced to federal prison
For a decade, Stephen C. Peterson has been the Energizer bunny of white-collar scamsters. And he's still going and going...
ARIZONA SET OUT TO CREATE THE BEST MENTAL-HEALTH-CARE SYSTEM MONEY COULD BUY. IT ENDED UP WITH A PROGRAM AS DYSFUNCTIONAL AS THE PEOPLE IT SERVES.