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Arrest documents reveal new details about triple homicide in Wittmann

According to court documents, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call at 9:38 p.m. from Miguel Rios, who said three family members had been shot by a man named "Moises," who authorities later identified as Hermelindo Sanchez.

AZCENTRAL - 2018-08-13 23:21:00

Man accused of shooting, killing 3 people at Wittmann home, MCSO says

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Pregnant mom speaks after losing fiancé, brother and father in Wittmann shooting

WITTMANN, Ariz. — A pregnant Arizona woman is grieving the loss ofher fiancé, father and brotherafter a get-together at her family's house turned deadly last week.

12NEWS.COM - 2018-08-14 05:36:41

MCSO: Man arrested in connection to Wittmann triple murder

According to Sgt. Joaquin Enriquez with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, deputies, along with Arizona Department of Public Safety troopers, responded to the home near Poplar and Myers Streets at about 9:30 p.m. in response to reports of a shooting.

FOX10PHOENIX.COM

Family mourns, blames slow response time after triple homicide in Wittmann

His family was having a little get-together when, Rios alleges, a family friend shot and killed:

AZCENTRAL

Loveall, Duryea, Bradley among those named All-Courier Player of the Year for spring 2018 season

In guiding the Bagdad baseball program to its first state title since 1964, three-sport star senior athlete Israel Loveall did it all – with his bat, his arm, his glove, and his presence in the dugout.

DAILY COURIER

Elks lodge hosts shower benefit

At UA Steele Children’s Research Center, physician-scientists and researchers have been dedicated for 25 years to improving children’s health through basic science research, translational research and clinical research. Items needed are pacifiers, diapers, swaddling blankets, non-toxic washable ink

WICKENBURG SUN

What did we ask?

Please write a short biographical paragraph including your name, age, years you’ve been in Wickenburg, occupation and family (if you wish to mention family).2. Why are you running for town council?3. Do you have prior experience in elected office? If so, in what capacity and for how long?

WICKENBURG SUN

Art club asks Wickenburg to take a stand for WUSD

With all of the recent discussion about the needs of the schools in Arizona, the Wickenburg Art Club has invested in the financial situation of Wickenburg Unified School District. Recent talk of a lack of funding was enough to make art club members stand up and take action for the arts and for the s

WICKENBURG SUN

MCSO: 3 men dead following shooting in Wittmann; suspect in custody

The suspect, identified as Hermelindo Guzman Sanchez, was detained at his home and then arrested after detectives learned he shot and killed the three men.

AZFAMILY

Fire blazes along US 60

Area fire agencies have been fighting a blaze at Skip-In Ranch, south of Wickenburg on Hwy. 60, for more than an hour, as of 5:15 p.m. Multiple resources from Wickenburg, CircleCity/Morristown and Arizona Fire and Medical are working to contain and extinguish the fire which was originally called in

WICKENBURG SUN

Tenth annual walk to boot breast cancer to be held Oct. 21

Teams are now forming for the 10th Annual Walk to Boot Breast Cancer to be held on Sunday, Oct. 21 at Ortega Parking Lot in downtown Wickenburg. This year’s theme is ‘Put the Lid on Breast Cancer’.Last minute registration begins at 7 a.m. Opening ceremony is at 7:30 a.m., featuring team awards and h

WICKENBURG SUN

Strategies360 talks back to critics

I’ve worked in Arizona politics for more than 20 years. I thought I’d seen it all. Yet here I am, shaking my head, at the most bizarre situation I’ve encountered and almost unbelievable clarification I’m writing.

WICKENBURG SUN

Protection and safety should be top priorities

One would think that in light of the 2013 Yarnell Hill Fire in which 19 firefighters lost their lives and other fires including the 2014 Slide Fire in Coconino County in which 21,227 acres burned, the 2012 Gladiator Fire in Yavapai County in which 16,240 acres burned, the 2011 Wallow Fire in Apache,

PAYSON ROUNDUP

The Buz Blog: Lions Take Their Eye Care Van to Rural Yavapai County

On Friday, July 20, 2018, the Lions Clubs of Yavapai County took their Eye Care Van to Ash Fork. Five Lions from the Prescott Noon Lions Club (Paul Chastain, John Schmitt, Doug George, Isaac Acosta and Buz Williams), assisted Dr. Amy Champ by setting up, organizing the patients and collecting the in

PRESCOTTENEWS.COM

Coffee Club resumes Aug. 8

David Stander, a local Edward Jones financial advisor, will host his monthly Coffee Club on Wednesday, Aug. 8 at 9 a.m. Beginning this month, Coffee Club will be moving back to the Wickenburg Public Library Conference Room at 164 E. Apache St. The Coffee Club is an informal gathering where an Edward

WICKENBURG SUN

Wickenburg minors and majors hold their own in tournament

Wickenburg Little League Minors and Majors level All Star teams fought hard in their respective tournaments in Verde Valley and Williams in the last two weeks. Wickenburg teams were eliminated early, but the players and coaches had many great moments through four games total.The minors team, made up

WICKENBURG SUN

Meet ‘Geri’ and ‘Cera’ at the White Tank park

White Tank Mountain Regional Park is offering a slew of programs in August, ranging from snake feedings to nature documentaries. The events cater to all ages and abilities.The park is at 20304 W. White Tank Road, Waddell. For details or to register, call 623-935-2505 or visit . Admission is $6 per c

WEST VALLEY VIEW

Prod Congress to protect our national resources

As a veteran of the Marine Corps, it’s been my honor to defend America’s values and liberties. However, you can’t seriously talk about defending American values and liberties without defending the land from which our forefathers sprung and explored.

EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE

Twisted Dogwood holds youth piano-painting contest

High-school students in Wickenburg and surrounding areas are challenged to submit ideas for painting an old piano at Twisted Dogwood, with the chance of winning a $200 prize, according to store owner Sandy Kester.“We have this old piano and we would love to see it brightened up by one of our talente

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