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ST. JOHNS—Since November, 2018, Tommy Siqueiro III who was once the director of the Haven Health care facility in Show Low, has faced charges in Apache County alleging child prostitution, sexual exploitation of minors and sex crimes relating to minors in two different court files. He was acc… Read more

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• May 7 - Show Low Police at the city park arrested Angel E. Gamboa, 24, of Show Low, on a Show Low Justice Court warrant for violating a cour… Read more

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• April 20 — Pinetop-Lakeside Police officers responding to the Maverick Country Store in Lakeside arrested and later released on a citation, … Read more

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• May 1 – Snowflake-Taylor Police on West 1st North Street arrested Dominic Reed-Wilson, 26, of Snowflake, charged with disorderly conduct, as… Read more

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•April 23 — Police arrested Jose J. Calderon, 44, of Show Low, on two warrants. One was out of the Show Low Justice Court for driving with a s… Read more

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• April 23 – Snowflake-Taylor Police on West Juniper Drive arrested Paul Ingraham, 26, of Snowflake, and Steven Smith, 35, of Snowflake, charg… Read more

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The unincorporated areas of Pinetop-Lakeside, Show Low, Linden, Pinedale, Clay Springs, Overgaard, Heber, Snowflake, White Mountain Lake, Holb… Read more

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SHOW LOW – Two people from Tucson rolled the car they were in. The incident occurred at the LDS Stake Center April 24 just after 3 a.m. as the… Read more

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Numerous items of evidence were located linking the three subjects to the vehicle burglary. The victim described items she was missing, which … Read more

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SHOW LOW — Police arrested a local man April 15 around 11 a.m. who allegedly intentionally rammed his car into the truck of a woman he did not… Read more

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SHOW LOW — During what started as a routine stop on Clark Road (State Route 260) near Mogollon Drive on April 16, Show Low Police officers end… Read more

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WHITE MOUNTAINS — The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office never gives up on a case, which is why they are still trying to find two men caught in Na… Read more

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WHITE MOUNTAINS — The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office wants people to know that a deputy will not pull someone over to see travel papers nor wi… Read more

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ST. JOHNS — Apache County Sheriff's Office investigators, along with help from the FBI, are still working diligently to solve who killed Ohio … Read more

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SHOW LOW – Police arrested a local man on a $30,000 dangerous drug warrant and another warrant for the same that came with another $750 bond. Read more

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Five people allegedly transporting dangerous drugs through town were arrested March 28 during a routine traffic stop. Read more

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ST JOHNS — In October, 2017 14-year-old Joshua Richardson was charged with murdering TerryLynn Collins at her family’s retreat in Concho. Afte… Read more

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NAVAJO & APACHE COUNTIES — COVID-19 has caused major headaches for county sheriff’s departments, from the need to reduce the jail populati… Read more

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SHOW LOW — Two local men who tried to hide a large quantity of dangerous drugs in a magnetic container placed in the wheel-well of a vehicle f… Read more

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HOLBROOK — Russell Rogers, husband of convicted embezzler Margaret “Peggy” Rogers, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two felonies associated with his … Read more

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SHOW LOW — Police arrested a local man twice in less that four hours after first finding him passed out on the side of US 60. Lawrence A. Vale… Read more

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HEBER/OVERGAARD—Since October 2019, former Mogollon High School science teacher Melinda Porter, 36, of Heber/Overgaard has faced felony charge… Read more

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