Early Morning Robbery of Woody’s Convenience Store
Yavapai Silent Witness offers $1,000.00 cash reward!
On March 17, 2015 at approximately 4:42 a.m., a subject entered the Woody’s Convenience store at 501 Whitespar Road in Prescott and while displaying a handgun, demanded money from the clerk on duty. The subject left the store after receiving an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the area on foot.
Upon arriving on scene a short time later, Prescott Police Officers were able to secure video evidence of the suspect and the crime itself. The suspect entered the store wearing black shoes, black or gray warm-up style pants with a white stripe down the side, a dark grey zip up hooded sweatshirt, black gloves and black mask. There is reason to believe that the suspect may be a female.
Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232.
Armed man robs local convenience store
On February 23, 2015 at approximately 11:30 P.M., Prescott Police Officers responded to a report of robbery which had occurred at the Quick Stop Mini Mart, located at 447 S. Montezuma Street, Prescott.
Officers learned that earlier, at approximately 10:54 P.M., a male subject entered the store, displayed a handgun and demanded money from the cashier. The male suspect then fled the store, with an undisclosed amount of currency, running southwest from the store. The male suspect appeared to be approximately 5’5”-5’6” tall and entered the store wearing black shoes, light gray sweatpants, a light gray sweatshirt, a black ski mask, black sunglasses, thick black winter style gloves and dark colored “ear bud” style headphones. Neither the age, nor the ethnicity of the suspect is known at this time and the Police Department is asking for the help of the public in identifying this suspect.
Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232.
UPDATE: Both suspects have been arrested by YCSO. This case below is closed and there is no longer a reward being offered.
On January 27, 2015, YCSO deputies were dispatched to a vehicle burglary in the 800 block of Arroyo Drive in the Mountain Club Division, Prescott. The property was last seen on January 24, 2015, and discovered missing on January 27th.
The victim indicated that the suspects had already used her bank credit card at Wal-Mart and a local Mexican restaurant resulting in a loss of several hundred dollars. Deputies met with loss prevention officers from Wal-Mart and were able to view a video showing 2 make suspects with the victim’s credit cards. Suspect descriptions: 1 – Male, 6’, 180 pounds, dark skin, and long brown hair in a ponytail / 2- Male, 5’ 7”, 140 pounds, dark hair and light colored skin. Both suspects were wearing ball caps. This part of the investigation with loss prevention staff at Wal-Mart is ongoing. The suspects may be associated with a smaller black 4-door passenger vehicle.
On January 31, 2015, the investigating deputy was able to obtain video showing one of the suspects, possibly suspect no. 2, purchasing food at the Mexican restaurant in Prescott. Stills shots from the video have been reproduced and included with this media release with hope someone may be able to identify the suspect.
Yavapai Silent Witness offers cash reward in Bank Robbery!
On Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 11:46 AM the Prescott Valley Police responded to a hold up alarm at Compass Bank located in the 7600 block of E. State Route 69. Bank employees confirmed a robbery had occurred and described the subject as: a white male; approximately 35 years old with tanned skin tone, short brown hair; approximately 5-10, thin build; wearing a black baseball cap, dark aviator style glasses, thin, tight fitting black shirt or jacket, black shorts with white side stripes, and white running shoes with black ankle socks.
The subject handed a teller a note, stated he had a gun, and demanded large bills. Upon receiving an unspecified amount of money, the subject exited the bank in an unknown direction and by unknown means.
Anyone with information is asked to call Yavapai Silent Witness at 800-932-3232. Silent Witness is offering a cash reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect and you never have to give your name!
CALL YAVAPAI SILENT WITNESS at 1-800-932-3232. A cash reward is being offered.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary in Mountain Club that resulted in use of the stolen credit cards. The photographs are of two unknown males using the stolen cards early morning on 01/27/2015. One of the individuals used DOB 05/13/1992 to purchase an air-soft gun at Wal-Mart and one has a unique tattoo on the back of his right hand. Please contact Deputy M. Lewis if you can identify the individuals.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of 4 utility dump trailers each valued at $7,000.00 taken form Hubbard Trailer Sales in Dewey. The theft occurred sometime between Friday, January 23rd at 3 pm and Monday morning January 26th.
The trailers are all painted black and are tandem axle dump trailers. The trailers all had to be pulled from the sales lot. If you saw anything like this during this time period please call Silent Witness. A cash reward is being offered!
Call Silent Witness 7 days a week 24 hours a day with criminal information. Call 1-800-932-3232 and remember that you never have to give your name!
Information sought in poaching of mule deer
Up to $1,000 in rewards available
PRESCOTT, Ariz. – Arizona Game and Fish is seeking information regarding the poaching of a mule deer buck near Mayer, Ariz.
Officers with Game and Fish are seeking information and Operation Game Thief is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest of those responsible for the crime.
The deer was killed in the early morning hours on New Year’s Day off Old Sycamore Road just outside of Mayer in Game Management Unit 19A. It was shot with a rifle during the archery-only season and the animal was left to waste.
“Even if those responsible had a tag, it was not a legal method of take,” said Zen Mocarski, public information officer for the Game and Fish Region 3 office in Kingman. “The number of animals taken is based on scientific data and estimated success rates. Archery hunts have a much lower hunt success rate while using a firearm increases your range and odds for success.”
An officer investigated the scene and collected evidence. Officials are looking for a pre-2007 black body Chevrolet pickup truck. The truck is a 4×4, four-door with a substantial lift, large, wide tires, a billet grill with no Chevy emblem, and tinted windows. There was a large camo-Browning deer sticker in the center of the back window.
Mocarski said if the vehicle is seen, a license plate number would be helpful, but that a potential suspect should not be confronted.
If found, those responsible may face criminal charges, including take of big game wildlife during a closed season and waste of game meat. After the case is adjudicated, those responsible also face a potential civil assessment by the Game and Fish Commission and possible license revocation.
“This is not the act of a hunter,” Mocarski stated. “Poaching is a crime, and using a firearm during archery season is certainly poaching.”
Anyone with information regarding this case, or any wildlife violation, should call the OGT hotline at (800) 352-0700. Web submissions can be reported via the Internet by going to www.azgfd.gov/thief. Identities will remain confidential. Anyone calling should reference case number 15-000003.
Hit and Run Fatality under Investigation –Witnesses being sought
PRELIMINARY INFORMATION – Just before 6:30 AM the morning of December 22, 2014, YCSO deputies were called to the 1100 block of Old Chisholm Trail in the Prescott Country Club regarding an apparent dead body in the roadway. EMS personnel confirmed that a 70-year-old female was deceased. Deputies believe the victim, who resides in the Prescott Country Club, had been hit by a vehicle. Passerby’s initially discovered the body but did not see any of the events leading to her death. Luggage belonging to the victim was found nearby and it appears she was heading to the Maverick Country Store on Highway 69 to catch shuttle transportation.
Detectives from the YCSO Criminal Investigations Bureau were called to the scene and began searching the area for witnesses. A resident in the vicinity of the incident recalled hearing a “thud” type noise just after 6 AM and then saw a vehicle with “round headlights” pull into his driveway, back out, and leave in the opposite direction. The resident was unable to provide further details and detectives are considering that the driver of this vehicle may be involved or have information as to what occurred. Detectives would like to speak with this person immediately as they are considered a person of interest.
It is believed the vehicle was travelling west on Old Chisholm Trail when the victim was struck.
Detectives continue to gather evidence from the scene and are requesting anyone with information regarding the fatality to call the Sheriff’s Office at 928-771-3260 or Yavapai Silent Witness at 1800-932-3232. Callers to Silent Witness remain anonymous and become eligible for a cash reward when information leading to an arrest is reported directly via the Silent Witness hotline. Please remember any information, even if seemingly insignificant, can be important to detectives as they develop leads.
The name of the victim will be released once next of kin notification has been completed.
Citizens can contact the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office with information or questions at 928-771-3260 or the YCSO website: www.ycsoaz.gov