UPDATE :Teen Party Goes Wrong-
(Source: azcentral.com, Date: October 14, 2019, Photo: Street where the teenager was killed, Photo Courtesy: Chelsea Curtis/The Arizona Republic)
On Sunday night, a teenager was shot and killed by police in Glendale at a party held at an industrial park. Further investigation revealed that a gun in the possession of teenager, Levy Isaac Madueno Santibanez, has been found in the area, and officials have determined that it was fired multiple times before the police arrived at the scene. More than 200 people attened the party, and police is still investigating the motive behind the shooting.
-UPDATE: Adoption Scam-
Officials have decided to investigate whether Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen used any public funds that benefited his illegal adoption business. Petersen was arrested last week after his adoption scam surfaced. Petersen had arranged pregant women from the Marshall Islands to come to the United States to give birth, and give up their babies for adoption. He is currently in federal in custody.
(Source: azcentral.com, Date: October 14, 2019, Photo Courtesy: Maricopa County Superior Court)
-White House Recognizes Arizona Educators-
On Tuesday, The White House recognized four educators for their excellence in mentoring and teaching Math and Science. Educators are from Chandler and Tucson. The teaching award stands to be the highest recognition granted by the U.S. government.
(Source: ktar.com, Date: October 15, 2019, Photo Courtesy: whitehouse.gov)
A 19-year-old has been arrested for shooting two horses on September 30 in Pinedale. Ryland Haynes has been taken to jail for illegal killing of the animals. Officials say more arrests could happen as the investigation is still ongoing.
(Source: abc15.com, Date: October 14, 2019, Photo Courtesy: fox10phoenix.com)
-TODAY IN HISTORY-
– Confederate submarine H. L. Hunley sinks during a practice dive in Charleston Harbor. Eight people were killed, 1863
– Thomas Edison founds the Edison Electric Light Co., 1878
Show Low is hosting the 10th Annual Spooktacular on October 26, 12:00-8:00 PM. Halloween costume contests, pony rides, good food, and live music are all be waiting for you! Location: Frontier Park, 660 N. 9th Place, Show Low, 85901.
(Photo Courtesy: allevents.in)