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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Joe Arpaio
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio takes the dumping of illegal aliens in his Maricopa County as an “affront” because Arizona has been a high-profile critic of federal immigration policy.
The sheriff for metropolitan Phoenix says he won't enter the Arizona governor's race, marking the fifth time since 1998 that he has flirted with - and ultimately decided against - seeking the state's highest elected office.
An Arizona sheriff's deputy who recently killed himself may have been shaking down immigrants in an unusual case where authorities discovered hundreds of hours of recorded traffic stops, driver's licenses, passports and other documents in the man's home during a drug investigation, according to newly released court records.
Hundreds of hours of recorded traffic stops were found inside the home of a former Maricopa County sheriff's deputy before his death in an apparent suicide, an attorney said Friday in revealing another potentially troubling discovery connected to the officer.
A judge overseeing a racial profiling case against the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office held a nearly two-hour closed-door meeting in a Phoenix courtroom to discuss an unspecified police operation by the agency.
A former Maricopa County sheriff's deputy who was arrested after a standoff with law enforcement only to die days later of an apparent suicide had evidence from criminal cases and a collection of IDs belonging to other people in his home, investigators said in court records.
A former Maricopa County Sheriff's deputy arrested earlier this week on drug charges was found dead in his west Phoenix home Thursday in an apparent suicide, authorities said.
A federal judge who ruled that the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office racially profiled Latinos in immigration and traffic patrols determined Wednesday that hundreds of deputies and employees completed a court-mandated assignment to get familiar with his verdict.
A federal judge is partially granting Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's request to exempt some sheriff's employees and volunteers from a requirement that they read a summary of key findings in a racial-profiling case against the police agency.
A judge ruled Tuesday that a pit bull that mauled a 4-year-old boy earlier this year will spend the rest of its life in an animal shelter set up in an old jail by the sheriff for metropolitan Phoenix.
Attorneys who won a racial profiling ruling against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office say the case's judge would be justified in keeping his requirement that all sheriff's employees and volunteers read a summary of the case's key findings.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's lawyers asked a judge Wednesday to exempt some sheriff's employees and volunteers from a requirement that they read a summary of key findings in a racial profiling case against the police agency.
A federal judge ordered Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to immediately issue a statement correcting mischaracterizations his staff made about court findings in a racial-profiling case, according to court documents filed Thursday.
Maricopa County authorities have arrested a Surprise man after finding eight puppies that were starved for food and water.
Authorities have arrested a Buckeye woman after several horses on her property were found sick and malnourished.
(His birthday is Flag Day, and he says this year he spent it “locking up deadbeat dads.”) After spending many of those years fighting the drug trade as a federal agent, he finds it disappointing that the federal government spends so much time hassling him.
He said he has written to the new secretary of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, about the problem of repeat offenders but has yet to receive a satisfactory response.