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Crime in Arizona Decreased During Last Four Years
Crime statistics from the FBI confirm that the drug violence occurring in Sonora is not spilling over into Arizona.
In fact, violent crime rates in Arizona have decreased in the last four years. Violent crime rate per 100,000 people dropped 7 percent from 2007 to 2008 and more than 15 percent from 2008 to 2009, according to the FBI.
ATF Encouraged Guns to Cross Border Despite Seller’s Concerns
The AK 47 that killed Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was allowed into Mexico by Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms administrators. Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa received ATF emails from gun dealers that detail concerns that quantities of guns being sold to straw buyers were diverted to Mexico for use in the escalating drug war.
Suspected Robert Krentz Killer Murdered in Agua Prieta
The suspect wanted for killing Cochise County rancher Robert Krentz Killer was murdered a month ago in Agua Prieta… “KVOA News 4 obtained a 36 page report from the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office revealing new information on the ongoing investigation of Robert Krentz’s murder.
Recently on February 22, 2011, Cochise County Sheriff’s department received a call from an unknown source who requested to meet investigators at the U.S. Port of Entry in Douglas, Arizona informing officials they “investigated a homicide in Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico on February 12, 2011, and believed the deceased, who was later identified as an investigative lead in the Krentz homicide investigation.” MORE INSIDE…
Copper Queen Community Hospital Threatened
The budget cuts being proposed by the Arizona Legislature could close dozens of rural hospitals, including the Copper Queen Community Hospital in Bisbee.
Copper Queen’s CEO, Jim Dickson is alarmed that the proposed cuts could impact his patients and the community at large.
ATF Allowed AK-47s into Mexico Found at Brian Terry Gunfight
CBS News reports that Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed by an AK-47 that was traced back to an Arizona gun shop. US officials in the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Agency allowed these “guns to walk” into Mexico for the purpose of tracing them at crime scenes and other locations in Mexico.
Border Patrol Agent Terry Killed by Single Shot After Firing Bean Bags
An FBI report contains new information confirming that Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed by a single shot, with a bullet matching the caliber of an AK-37 rifle.
Agent Terry was a killed in a gun battle last December 14th, in a canyon near Arivaca. He was a member of the Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC) in the Nogales, Arizona area of operations, having served at the Naco Station before joining BORTAC.
FBI Rules Out Friendly Fire in BP Agent’s Death
The FBI has determined that three of the four men detained by the Border Patrol on the night Agent Brian Terry was killed have no connection with the shooting death.
Cochise Deputy and Wife Charged with Embezzlement, Plead Not Guily
Cochise County Sheriff’s Deputy, Victor Lopez and his wife, Angelina Michelle Lopez, have been charged with embezzling nearly a million dollars from Sierra Vista Internal Medicine, her former employer.
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