Scottsdale, AZ — A road rage incident turned deadly this past weekend after a man succumbed to his gun shot wounds. The incident occurred between two males and is being called a bad case of road rage. It is unclear what led up to the original incident which took place last Sunday at approx. 1 […]
Tucson, AZ– A domestic violence situation escalated into a deadly shooting Monday evening. According to Sgt. Pete Dugan of the Tucson Police Department (TPD), on June 12th, 24-year-old Anthony L. Garrett forced his way into the apartment of his ex-girlfriend and threatened her and his old roommate with a gun. Detectives with the Domestic Violence […]
Two women from Cordes Lake were rescued by their neighbors from three pit bulls who attacked them Sunday morning, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YSCO). The two women, ages 57 and 61, were returning to their home on the 15000 block of S. Black Mountain Rd. when they discovered three adult pit bulls […]
A Phoenix homeowner shot a man after he broke into his home on Friday night. According to the report the homeowner gave to Navajo County Sherriff’s Office (NCSO), he and his wife were in the living room of their home when they heard someone banging on the door of the kitchen. “The homeowner said the […]
At around 7 p.m. Super Bowl Sunday, a woman needed her firearm to chase away a man from her home who was fleeing from police in Tempe AZ. According to police, they’d responded to a call by a different woman in the area that she had come home and, “Discovered a pair of shoes […]
The Navajo Nation Council passed an amendment to Title 17 of the Navajo Nation Code making it a specific crime to carry a deadly weapon concealed.
According to a new Arizona Attorney General’s official opinion, Arizona’s private elementary, middle and high schools can allow guns on campus.
the law states that “Essentially what the bill says is that if a public right-of-way transects a school campus, then the school cannot regulate firearms on that public right of way.” He also says that these moves are…
The Arizona Senate has rejected a bill that would have allowed citizens to carry concealed in some public buildings like libraries. The bill would not have allowed gun owners to carry in courthouses or other buildings that traditionally have on site security check points.
Since Arizona passed constitutional carry legislation that allows citizens to carry concealed without a permit, the gun rights community has been frustrated by laws that prevent one from carry concealed on or near a school property even when on a public street or public rights of way. Rep. Kelly Townsend, R-Mesa, sponsored the bill that […]