August 24, 2012
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A judge is likely to send a Payson woman to prison after she pleaded guilty to three felony strikes.
Years of domestic violence harassment
A jury convicted a Payson man last week of harassing a woman for years despite her numerous pleas and court orders to stay away.
Jury concludes man attacked officers during arrest, but didn’t injure them
After listening to six days of testimony, analyzing the validity of Myth-Buster-like experiments and claims of excessive use of force by officers, a Gila County jury on Wednesday found a Payson man guilty of aggravated assault against two officers.
Man on trial on charges he assaulted three officers during his DUI arrest
Officers this week testified that a Payson man they confronted after he drove his car into a wall continued to struggle, curse, kick and spit blood even after three officers wrestled him to the ground and punched him repeatedly in the face, fracturing his eye socket.
A Pine handyman will spend 10 years in prison after a judge sentenced him last week for beating a teen with a frying pan.
Quick verdict in domestic violence case could come with 24-year prison term
After listening to two days of testimony, a Gila County jury last week found a Pine man guilty of assaulting a teen with a frying pan after only 17 minutes of deliberation.
A woman facing attempted first-degree murder charges pleaded guilty recently to aggravated assault, likely sidestepping years in prison.
Routine traffic stop reveals drugs hidden under spare tire
A 52-year-old New Mexico man will spend nine years in jail after a jury found him guilty of moving $52,500 worth of methamphetamine through Payson.
Six years after shaking his baby to death, a Payson man pleaded guilty recently to manslaughter faced with new accusations he had abused another child.