Police in Casa Grande are looking for a man who was caught on camera robbing a hotel at gunpoint.
For a couple in Arizona, it was a match made in the a grocery store, as they first met each other, got engaged, and then tied the knots at the condiment aisle.
“Nelson was found to be in possession of evidence linking him to the robbery,” Casa Grande Police wrote on Facebook. “The handgun, which was determined to be a bb gun, was also located in the area.”
From Sept. 18-24, our top stories included the shocking discovery of a body inside a container made by a bicyclist in Phoenix, and actor Rob Schneider surprised customers by serving up chicken fingers at a Valley fast-food restaurant to promote his movie, which was shot in Arizona.
Police officials in Casa Grande say a man has been indicted for alleged sexual exploitation of a minor, after a search yielded "one of the most significant collections" of child sexual abuse images and videos they have ever encountered.
A man has been arrested in connection with the deaths of four family members near Casa Grande, according to officials with the Pinal County Sheriff's Office.
Take a look at this video from south of the Valley. FOX 10 viewer Kim Adair shared video of the dust rolling her way, bringing low visibility for drivers in the area.
According to police, officers responded to reports of shots fired just before 5:30 a.m. on July 18 near French and Ocotillo Streets and found 35-year-old Benjamin Harmer, who had been shot. Harmer was pronounced dead at the scene.
"Investigators believe Mata to be the primary shooter and Beets to be the getaway driver of the vehicle used in the shooting," police said.
Not hot and crispy? Police in Arizona are looking for a woman accused of an unusual assault after police say she attacked a fast-food worker with the food she ordered.
"During the initial investigation, CGPD's K9 RIK alerted to the suspect's vehicle, resulting in the discovery of approximately 3,000 fentanyl pills and an ounce of cocaine, some of which was packaged for sale," police said.
Casa Grande police officials say they have arrested a resident in the city for allegedly making terrorist threats. They say the man had praised the Uvalde, Texas school shooting.
“During the traffic stop, K9 Deutz and his handler discovered approximately 500,000 Fentanyl pills concealed in collagen supplement bottles,” Casa Grande Police said. “Additionally, one handgun and a large amount of U.S. currency was discovered.”
Anyone who has ever driven that stretch of I-10 known as the Wild Horse Pass Corridor knows how it bottlenecks between Chandler and Casa Grande, causing heavy congestion and deadly accidents.
A man broke into a Starbucks in Arizona hoping to steal a safe, but failed, police said. Now, authorities are hoping to catch the man.
Two girls, 18 and 17, were shot and killed by an 18-year-old suspect who police say then fled to Texas. He's been caught, but police say the car he used in the apparent murders is still missing.
According to the indictment, 50-year-old Barbara Kay White was not eligible to receive prizes from the Arizona Lottery because she worked at a lottery retailer.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety said a trooper stopped 22-year-old Glenda Gaxiola-Gracia on Interstate 8 near Casa Grande last month and found more than 26 pounds of cocaine inside her car. Gaxiola-Carcia was arrested and is accused of several charges, including possessing and transporting drugs for sale.
A man was arrested after deputies reportedly found 227,000 fentanyl pills under pans of food during a traffic stop near Casa Grande.
Deputies discovered suspect, identified as 30-year-old Dewon Alexander, was staying at a hotel in Casa Grande.