When the trial opened on January 2, 2013, prosecutors portrayed Travis Alexander as a "good man." They asserted Jodi Arias seduced him, stalked him when he broke off the relationship, and finally murdered him in a jealous fit when she discovered he was dating other women. Prosecutor Juan Martinez stated, "This is not a case of whodunit. The whodunit sits in court today."
Janathan Doody, who has been serving a 270-year sentence for the cold-blooded 1991 murders on nine Buddhist monks who witnessed a robbery, has been found guilty, again. His sentencing is set for March 2014. A look back now at the case of a burglary that turned into a mass murder.
A teacher in Mesa, Arizona, who was arrested on January 15, 2014, is facing 25 counts of indecent exposure and one count of child abuse after, police say, he stripped the shirt off a developmentally delayed kindergarten girl as a form of punishment.
Sometimes we report about a case and never get to hear about it’s conclusion. This time, however, in the case of a traveling hospital worker with a drug habit, who knowingly infecting 45 people with the hepatitis C virus, we are glad to say he will be locked away for a very long time.
It was all going so well for the two Phoenix, Arizona, brothers, who allegedly robbed a restaurant, that is until they had make their getaway without their car.
An undercover Arizona detective allegedly blew her cover when she had a love affair with the dealer she was investigating.
Police have released the dash-cam video of trucker Jorge Espinoza, allegedly on his smartphone at the time of this deadly May 2013 police roadblock crash in Arizona. Officer Tim Huffman was killed and six vehicles totaled, including Espinoza’s employer’s brand new semi-tractor trailer. This video seems to support the allegation that Espinoza’s driving was distracted by his technology.
From our friends at The Daily Dot: An Arizona man has been arrested for selling a home on Craigslist. The problem? It wasn’t his home.
A deadly Arizona crash that left a police officer dead prompted investigators to look into the cell phone records of the driver. Sure enough, he was on Facebook when the collision occurred. The records are that precise.
Phoenix was terrorized by multiple serial killers between 2005 and 2006. Then in early August 2006, serial shooters Dale Hausner and Samuel Dieteman were arrested, marking the beginning of the end of the murders.