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Pinal County Sheriff'S Office
Latest Pinal County Sheriff'S Office Items
A Pinal County panel has ruled a fired deputy should get his job back and that the grounds for his initial dismissal weren't justified.
A 66-year-old Tempe man was killed when a boulder struck him in the head while he held a rope for another climber rappelling on a cliff at Oak Flat campground east of Superior.
Pinal County authorities have arrested three people who tried to hide in a field after shoplifting from a Wal-Mart.
Authorities are investigating a fatal shooting of a suspect who police say had stolen a car then led them on a chase that ended in his death.
Federal investigators have concluded that a Pinal County Sheriff's Office helicopter crashed last June because a maintenance worker left a rag inside the engine.
More than $33 million worth of narcotics allegedly were smuggled through Arizona monthly.
The suspected leader of a drug-smuggling organization accused of moving thousands of pounds of Mexican marijuana into the Phoenix metropolitan area was arrested Thursday following a major multi-agency enforcement operation led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) and the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.
Arizona officials on Monday reopened the investigation into a deputy's explanation of how he was shot in the remote desert south of Phoenix amid speculation that it was a hoax timed to enflame the debate over illegal immigration.