On the evening May 24, 1996, Diana and Jennifer went to a nearby mini-mart. According to a cashier, they bought cigarettes and soda around 7 p.m., then hung around outside the store until a man in a blue truck pulled up. They then got into the truck and were never seen again.
On January, 8, 2011, Jared Lee Loughner went to a Safeway supermarket in Tuscon where his target, Representative Gabrielle Giffords, was holding a meeting. He opened fire, critically injuring Giffords and killing six others, including a judge and a 9-year-old girl.
A Phoenix jury will hear evidence in the trial of Jodi Arias, a 32-year-old photographer charged with the 2008 murder of her boyfriend, Alexander Travis. The 30-year-old man’s body, found in the shower of his Mesa home, told a story of a brutal end to a promising life. The motivational speaker and insurance salesman had been stabbed 27 times, shot in the face, and his throat was slit from ear to ear.
When it comes to politics, it is often impossible to convince people when they are wrong. For example Maricopa County woman Holly Solomon, 28, who was arrested for running over her husband, Daniel Solomon, last week because he re-elected President Obama, was wrong on so many levels.
Police in Maricopa County have identified the remains found in the canal last week. They no longer suspect foul play.
A Maricopa County man and his dog, both behave strangely in a Target, lead police on a chase through the store and manage to take a bite out of an officer.
Dale Hausner, 39, has, in a hand-written note, asked a judge to waive all future appeals of his death sentence. The next step for the court is to determine whether Hausner is competent to make such a request.
Jhessye Shockley, 5, seems to have joined the growing ranks of children reported missing by their killer, often a parent. On September 6 police in Glendale, Ariz., arrested Jerice Hunter for the murder of her daughter Jhessye after she was indicted by a grand jury.
Medical technician David Kwiatkowski was arrested on July 29, 2012, for using Fentanyl injections prescribed to patients on himself, and then reusing the syringes on the intended patients.
On August 14, 2002, five days after Chance’s body was discovered, police arrested Hungerford, his exotic-dancer girlfriend, and Robert Lemke for conspiring to rob and kill self-made millionaire, whose wild lifestyle led some to believe that his violent death was predestined.