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P.D.: Goodyear man fatally stabs wife

A 37-year-old Goodyear man has been arrested for the fatal stabbing of his 35-year-old wife, officials said.

Goodyear police were called to a home near 168th Drive and Watkins Road around 6:15 p.m. Thursday after receiving a 911 call about a family fight.

Police found the wife stabbed, allegedly by her husband, John Davis, said Lisa Kutis, a spokeswoman for the Goodyear Police Department.

The wife has been identified as Michelle Davis.

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Easter celebrations start this weekend

It’s spring, and with Easter hopping around the corner, it’s time to break out those baskets. Following is a roundup of Easter events and activities in the West Valley beginning this weekend.

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Man arrested in Goodyear on assault, shoplifting charges

Goodyear police arrested a 23-year-old man for allegedly assaulting store security guards, officials said.

Daniel Kyle Pena was arrested around 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon after allegedly getting into a fight with JC Penney loss prevention officers and threatening them with a knife, said Lisa Kutis, a spokeswoman for the Goodyear Police Department.

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Police accuse Buckeye man of stabbing, robbing cab driver

Police have arrested a 27-year-old Buckeye man suspected of robbing a cab driver at knifepoint March 17, officials said.

Matthew Mangrum allegedly took a cab ride March 17 from Phoenix to an apartment complex near Monroe Avenue and 10th Street in Buckeye, Buckeye police said.

Once dropped off at his apartment, Mangrum allegedly robbed the cab driver and stabbed him in his arm, police said.

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Avondale boy pulled from pool

A 3-year-old boy found Tuesday in a backyard pool in Avondale was alert when he was transported by ambulance to a local hospital, police said.

The toddler was discovered by his 13-year-old brother while a 16-year-old was babysitting, Avondale Police Officer Ray Emmett said.

It’s unknown how long the boy was in the water. The teens performed CPR until firefighters arrived, Emmett said.

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Man gets probation for stomping dog to death

Scott BeadlesAn animal rescue organization owner has been sentenced to three years of probation for stomping a dog to death, officials said.

Scott William Beadles, 37, was convicted of a misdemeanor count of cruelty to animals March 19 for using his boot to stomp on the head of a maltipoo.

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1 dead in Buckeye wreck

A woman died Tuesday morning in an accident involving a semi-truck and a car near Jackrabbit Trail and Beloat Road in Buckeye, officials said.

Alma Mancilla, 35, was driving east on Beloat Road around 4:30 a.m. when she failed to yield to a semi-truck that was driving south on Jackrabbit Trail, said Deputy Joaquin Enriquez, a spokesman for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.

Mancilla was pronounced dead at the scene.

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West Valley youth commissions, councils recruiting to fill seats

West Valley youth advisory commissions and councils are accepting applications from local youths interested in changing and understanding local government.

The Goodyear Youth Commission will accept applications until April 10 for eight of its open seats.

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Buckeye P.D. working to prevent underage drinking, drug abuse

The Buckeye Police Department has been recognized for its proactive efforts to prevent underage alcohol consumption and for its support of the Way Out West Coalition, a partnership of organizations working directly to prevent alcohol and drug abuse among young people.

Drug Free Arizona specifically praised the Police Department for backing the City Council’s approval of a Social Host Ordinance in 2011, when WOW and the Buckeye Police Department collaborated to fine adults convicted of hosting parties and providing alcohol to minors.

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