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Tip-A-Cop Special Olympics Fundraiser a Success

Staff members from the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office, Flagstaff Police Department and Grand Canyon National Park Service send their appreciation to the many community members that made the recent Tip-A-Cop fundraiser at Taverna Greek Grill a huge success. The event occurred on January 9, 2012 and over $1,400 was raised for Arizona Special Olympics. This […]

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Snowbowl Construction Progressing Despite Protests

Construction is ongoing this summer along parts of Snowbowl Road, as the Flagstaff area ski resort management works to build infrastructure for snowmaking. The Coconino County Sheriff’s office is reporting the arrests of several people protesting construction at Snowbowl.  On Saturday, three people were arrested for trespass and disorderly conduct. Snowbowl General Manager JR Murray […]

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Three Dead at Northern Arizona Campground

(update below) Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputies and Detectives are investigating a shooting that left two men and one adult woman dead and a forth adult female critically injured.  The shooting happened last night at about 11:20 at a Mormon Lake Camp ground.  It is believed that the victims were participants in an annual motorcycle rally taking place […]

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Authorities Arrest Suspect in Flagstaff Fire

Coconino County Sheriff’s Detectives arrested twenty year-old Obrian Wilson Kee for one count of Burning a Wild Land early Thursday morning and he was subsequently booked into the Coconino County Detention Facility.  On Wednesday afternoon during an investigation into the cause of the Hill Fire Coconino County Detectives established Mr. Kee as a person of […]

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Man Sought in Connection With Hill Fire

Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputies are attempting to contact a person of interest identified as Obrian Wilson Kee who witnesses saw in close proximity to the Hill Fire around the time it started.  He is described as a Native American Male approximately 20 years old with short black hair, 5’ 8” in height and weighing about […]

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Preparing for Fire Season–Neighborhood Watch

The Coconino County Sheriff, Bill Pribil, will be joined by supervisors Mandy Metzger and Liz Archuleta for Neighborhood Watch meetings this week. Tuesday, May 3d, a Neighborhood Watch meeting will be held at Fire Station 33 on North Highway 89. Ralph Baierlein who is the President of Friends of Northern Arizona Forests will speak about […]

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