Alerts in your neighborhood: Latest police, fire incidents around the Valley (Sept. 11-17)

Here's a look at the latest police investigations, fires, crashes and other incidents that are happening around the Valley for Sept. 11-17.

This will be updated as police and fire departments release information about their investigations throughout the week.

Click here for our interactive map. 

To learn more about each incident, click on the icon in the map.

September 17

September 16

  • 7th Street and Missouri Avenue, Phoenix - A equipment trailer caught fire near a Phoenix auto repair garage. It was quickly put out and no one was hurt.
  • 24th and Roosevelt streets, Phoenix - Four people are displaced after their apartment caught fire. No firefighters or residents were hurt. No cause detailed.

September 15

September 14

September 13

  • 2 women attacked, stabbed victim outside Phoenix bar, police say
  • Quartz Ridge Trail, Phoenix - A 62-year-old man was rescued after becoming lost on the mountain. He got lost when family says they separated from him. He is safe.
  • 14th Street and Van burden, Phoenix - Area was closed to traffic for some time due to a single vehicle crash involving a power line and a tree, according to Phoenix Police officials. The driver involved was arrested for an outstanding warrant.
  • 16th Street and Bethany Home Road, Phoenix - "Crews were called to the area of 16th Street and Bethany Home for reports of two motorcyclists involved in an accident and needing assistance. Firefighters arrived on scene and found two patients who were evaluated by paramedics and refused transported to the hospital. The remaining units were placed back in service," Phoenix Fire said.
  • Central Avenue and Van Buren, Phoenix - An electrical fire burned on the 22nd floor of a high rise building. People are still being evacuated from some portions of the building, but the fire has been extinguished.
  • Man shot multiple times at Phoenix nightclub, police say

September 12

September 11

  • Suspect arrested in Scottsdale after evading authorities
  • Former Buckeye teacher arrested after alleged ‘inappropriate relationship’ with a student
  • 83rd Avenue and Camelback, Glendale - Police say a dark gray sedan was headed north of 83rd Avenue when the driver of the vehicle ran the red light, and hit a white sedan that was turning left onto the northbound lanes of 83rd Avenue. The gray sedan overturned, according to police, and the driver was taken to the hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The white sedan driver suffered minor injuries, while a child inside the white sedan was uninjured.
  • Along Cholla Trail, Camelback Mountain, Phoenix - Fire crews had to rescue two overheated hikers at around 10:10 a.m. The hikers, identified by Phoenix Fire officials as 20-year-olds, were about three-fourth of the way up the mountain when they had to be rescued. Both were eventually taken down the mountain, and both refused transportation to the hospital.
  • Metro Tech High School, 1900 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix - The school was placed on lockdown due to a police situation nearby that resulted in a barricade. The event, according to police, was not related to the school, and did not happen on school grounds. The lockdown was later lifted.
  • Man in custody after pointing gun at Glendale officers: police
  • 1st and Adams Streets, Phoenix - Police say officers heard gunshots and searched the area. They eventually found a gun inside a garage, but no suspects. Police also said it doesn't appear that anyone was shot.

To see last week's crime and public safety alerts, check here.