Shannon Smith was killed on New Year's Eve in 1999 by a stray bullet someone randomly fired into the air.Saturday is New Year's Eve, and for a lot of Valley residents, that's apparently an invitation to randomly fire bullets into the sky. If you didn't already know, the Phoenix Police Department ... More >>
No, we're not looking for a "serial-grinding" transvestite who goes by the name "Trina." But Phoenix police are after he/she allegedly fired a gun at a crowded gas station after getting pepper sprayed and thrown out of a club.According to Phoenix Sergeant Darren Burch, "Trina" was booted from Clu ... More >>
Phoenix Police DepartmentThese three guys will be ringing in the New Year with a felony -- compliments of firearms and stupidity.Randomly firing bullets into the air as a means of celebration may seem like an incredibly stupid way to ring in the new year, yet people do it -- often enough for a la ... More >>
Phoenix officials unveiled this billboard on Tuesday reminding residents how dangerous random gunfire can be.The Phoenix Police Department is reminding city residents that just because we are about to embark on a new year, it doesn't mean people need to fire bullets into the air to celebrat ... More >>
www.bhxob.comFor anyone who has the idiotic urge to fire guns into the air for no apparent reason, don't do it in Glendale -- or at least get the hell out of there after you do. The city of Glendale is monitored 24/7 by a device called "ShotSpotter," an acoustic monitoring system that ... More >>
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