The Arizona Department of Transportation has informed Sedona residents and vistors that drivers should expect traffic delays on State Route 89A on Monday, March 21, approaching Fort Tuthill County Park near Flagstaff.
In what some may have seen as a bit of a surprise, the Sedona City Council voted 3-2 in favor of Tom Lamkin to fill a vacancy left by Councilwoman Angela LeFevre, who stepped down in January.
Yavapai County Sheriff's Office detectives have confirmed they located the missing mother and her son at a home in the 500 block of N. Broadway, Clarkdale.
Update: 2:20 p.m. Feb. 19:
The Neon involved has been found and police are following leads on the location of the Dodge Charger. THe police would like to thank the public for providing information and note that the vehicles are no longer wanted.
Interviews with the mother and her son are ongoing in an attempt to determine if criminal activity occurred in front of the Village Drive home this morning. The involved parties have been slow to provide details about the circumstances.
Yavapai County Sheriff's Office is on scene in the 2653 and 2657 Village Drive, Cottonwood, regarding an apparent kidnapping incident that occurred around 6 a.m. YCSO detectives sought help from the public in locating the victims, suspects and two vehicles involved.
YCSO detectives announced at 1:15 that "Samantha" and her son, who were apparently kidnapped this morning, have been located in Clarkdale in good condition.
On Monday, Feb. 15, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrived at a home in the 1200 block of Pelia Avenue in the Verde Villages south of Cottonwood city limits around 4 p.m., to serve an arrest warrant.
The Camp Verde Marshal's Office is huting for a man who committed and armed robbery at at 3:11 PM, on Thursday, Jan. 14, at Chase Bank, 402 W. Finnie Flat Road, in Camp Verde.
Late Tuesday, Jan. 5, the city of Sedona announced that Sedona City Councilwoman Angela LeFevre would be resigning her seat effective Friday, Jan. 8. For reporter Ron Eland's full interview with LeFevre about her decision to resign, please see the Friday, Jan. 8, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.
"I was made aware of an incident that occurred earlier today in town which resulted in the injury of an involved person," Sedona Police Chief Ray Cota stated in an email over the weekend involving a Facebook post on Friday, Dec. 18, in which a Sedona resident alleged he had been "beat by an officer from the Sedona Police Department."