Our ancestors lived in direct contact daily with nature, and all our senses, our behaviors, our social adaptations were strongly influenced by the thousands of other organisms that interacted with us. Those "other nations" are part of our true heritage.
"I just love this region, I love my community, I love my child and I want her to be able to grow up and see the same beautiful town that I grew up in," explained Ashley Fine, Regional Wildlife Symposium Coordinator.
The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office is required to release the following information pursuant to ARS 13-3825, the Community Notification on Sex Offenders Law. The offender in this publication has indicated that he will be living in the unincorporated area of Yavapai County. It is the responsibility of the Chief Law Enforcement Office having jurisdiction where the offender resides to make notification to the community. Notification must be made when certain sex offenders are released from Arizona State Prison, accepted under an interstate compact or released from the county jail back into the community. Offenders are categorized into three levels: Level One (low risk to the community), Level Two (intermediate risk to the community) and Level Three (high risk to the community)
On Tuesday, September 18, at approximately 8:10 PM, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Deputy who was traveling on I-17 about 8 miles from Cordes Junction, observed a panel van bearing Alabama license plates that was being driven erratically. The deputy initiated a traffic stop on the van and made contact with the driver, who identified himself with a Mexican Voter’s Registration card as 30-year-old Chavo Granado-Hernandez.
On Saturday, September 15, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office responded to three separate injury accidents that required emergency air-lifts
On Saturday, September 15, at approximately 9:00 PM, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a man who was yelling obscenities and threats at a neighbor and repeatedly discharging a firearm. The incident occurred in the Pinon Hills subdivision in Wagoner and involved 44-year-old Michael Glen Hicks, who was arrested and charged with four (4) counts each of Recklessly Handling a Firearm, Endangerment, Disorderly Conduct, Threat to cause Physical Injury and Threats by Electronic Means, as well as Interfering with Judicial Procedure.