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Top Five Most-Read Phoenix News Stories of the Week

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In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.

Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:

5.) Hopi Medicine Man Ivan Jackson Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Oral Sex with Patient

 

Hopi medicine man Ivan Jackson was sentenced on Tuesday to one year in prison for performing oral sex on a patient who believed she was receiving treatment.

The victim, who wasn't named in federal court records, had sought help from Jackson in the summer of 2012 because she was "seeing people around her house."

He told her the problem was caused by something in her groin and that he knew how to fix it.

See also: Hopi Medicine Man Ivan Jackson Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Oral Sex with Patient

4.) Glendale and Tempe Named Two of the Most-Dangerous Suburbs in America

 

Of the 10 most-dangerous suburbs in America, two of them are suburbs of Phoenix.

That's according to the real estate website Movoto, which ranked Glendale as the seventh-most dangerous, and Tempe the eighth-most, based on FBI crime data.

See also: Glendale and Tempe Named Two of the Most-Dangerous Suburbs in America

3.) Kayenta Man Confesses to Rape and Suffocation-Murder of Woman, 18, Says FBI

 

A Navajo man anally raped his buddy's 18-year-old girlfriend on a dark road south of Kayenta early Sunday, then either suffocated or strangled her, federal court records allege.

The woman's half-naked body was found in a ditch, a tire track over her chest.

Sankey Reid, 30, admitted he drove over her body before going home to bed, says an FBI affidavit.

See also: Kayenta Man Confesses to Rape and Suffocation-Murder of Woman, 18, Says FBI

2.) US Airways Tweets Vagina Picture in Response to Woman's Complaint

 

A woman who complained to US Airways received a shocking Twitter message in reply -- a picture of a woman masturbating with a scale model of a Boeing 777.

According to jalpoknik.com, the US Airways tweet with the X-rated photo remained up for more than 20 minutes before the company took it down.

See also: US Airways Tweets Vagina Picture in Response to Woman's Complaint

1.) 10 Worst Social Media Posts in Arizona History

 

Social-media websites like Facebook and Twitter may make it easier to connect with people, but they also make it easier to make an ass out of yourself in front of everyone.

Here are 10 people who did just that, in what we're calling the 10 worst social-media posts in Arizona history:

See also: 10 Worst Social Media Posts in Arizona History

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