Officials at the Paradise Valley Police Department are saying license plate reader data helped track down, identify and charge a suspected hit-and-run driver. On March 21 officials say the Paradise Valley Police Department responded to the area of Lincoln Drive and Desert Fairways on a reported vehicle accident in the nearby area of the intersection. […]
The Paradise Valley Police Department is announcing the arrest of Terry John Mason on charges of burglary, three counts of trafficking of stolen property and criminal damage stemming from an Oct. 26, 2016 burglary in the 6400 block of E. Badgett Lane. “A storage closet attached to the home had been forcibly entered and numerous […]
The Paradise Valley Police Department at nearly midnight Saturday, April 15 responded to an armed robbery call with shots fired at at a resort in the 7200 block of N. Scottsdale Road. “Upon arrival officers found two victims, one male and one female. The male victim had received a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the […]
An April 11 license plate reader hit in the Town of Paradise Valley led to one arrest and recovery of a vehicle, police officials say. At 9:54 p.m. April 11, Paradise Valley police officers responded to a license plate reader hit for a stolen vehicle traveling southbound from Shea Boulevard on north Tatum Boulevard. The vehicle was located and a traffic stop was conducted in the area of 4600 E. Lincoln Drive
A juvenile suspect identified in a Feb. 3 criminal damage case involving spray-painted swastikas, will not be entered into the justice system, according to Paradise Valley police officials. At about 8:30 a.m. Feb. 3, the Paradise Valley Police Department was notified about numerous locations where swastikas had been painted on property in and around Cherokee Elementary School at the 8800 block of 56th Street. According to police officials, three teacher’s nameplates were damaged, two signs and an electrical box at 56th Street and Doubletree Road were defaced with a swastika, a universal sign of hate, ignorance and intolerance.
The Paradise Valley Police Department responded to a burglary call in the 6100 block of north Palo Cristi Road, at about 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 29, police officials say. During the investigation it was learned unknown subject/s at this time removed two golf cart type vehicles from the residence, according to a press release. Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call the Paradise Valley police department at 480-948-7410.
The Paradise Valley police responded to a burglary alarm at about 3:17 a.m. on March 17 in the area of 10500 N. Tatum Blvd. Upon arrival, officers determined that an unknown person smashed the front window with an unknown object and entered the business, according to a press release. After checking the property, it did […]
The Paradise Valley Police Department investigators arrested one man on March 16, on a felony warrant after he was suspected of theft. In August 2015, the Paradise Valley Police Department began investigating a complaint in which a resident reported that she had entered into an agreement with Paul La Chance of Murray and Sons Construction to have nearly $60,000 worth of landscaping work done at her residence. To begin work, the resident presented a check for $15,000 to Mr. La Chance, which was subsequently cashed, according to police officials.
The Paradise Valley Police Department has recovered a rental truck stolen from the city of Tempe last June, by receiving an alert from town license plate readers. At 5:24 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, the Paradise Valley Police Department received a license plate reader hit in the area of north Scottsdale Road and east Lincoln Drive, according to police officials. The alert was on a 2016 GMC Budget Rental truck bearing Oklahoma license plate, 2RH057, reported stolen out of Tempe on June 2, 2016, police said.
The Paradise Valley Police Department has arrested one individual and recovered a stolen Mercedes Benz after receiving a hit from the town license plate readers. At 7:50 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 27, the Paradise Valley Police Department received an alert from the license plate reader in the area of north Tatum Boulevard and east McDonald Drive on a 2017 Mercedes Benz AMG convertible, bearing Arizona license plate BZF5642, a police news release stated.