Image: Maricopa County Sheriff's OfficeJames Morang, 32, caused the deaths of three people on the Loop 101 early Saturday after he drunkenly rear-ended an SUV while speeding, cops say. A suspected drunk driver speeding north on the Loop 101 slammed his Hyundai into the back of an SUV early Saturd ... More >>
LulzSecLulzSec's insouciant mascot Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve Harrison has just confirmed that DPS computers have been hacked by the Internet pirates and keyboard anarchists of LulzSec.(Currently, AZDPS.gov is down.)LulzSec, which stands for "Lulz Security" (Lulz being ... More >>
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DPS officers taking a "fluffy bunny" into custody during yesterday's gangster roundup.In the past, criminal street gangs have used names that strike fear in the hearts of their rivals. The Bloods, the Crips, the Jets, the Sharks -- all have an intimidating conno ... More >>
www.americancopmagazine.comPrescott police arrested a man that Department of Public Safety officers say was shining a laser pointer in the eyes of a pilot flying a helicopter that was perusing two robbery suspects.
On Wednesday night, a DPS air rescue helicopter was called to assist officers tra ... More >>
The Arizona Department of Health Services will increase its fees for close to 2000 child state care facilities. The current licensing fee for child care providers is $150 for three years. With the increase, licenses will cost between $581 and $13,442, depending on the number of children...It's be ... More >>
DPS Believes that Dave Vontesmar is the "man behind the mask" in 37 photo radar photosIf you live in the Valley, you probably have a trick or two to avoid getting busted by the speed cameras we all love so much. Some people just know exactly where they are, some buy devices to mask their license ... More >>
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The chief deputy for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office told a judge yesterday he believed intrusion into a law enforcement computer system "was imminent," the Arizona Republic reported this morning.
Apparently, that's the reason the chief de ... More >>