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Get a bodycam off from Amazon now! http://amzn.to/2ybY5SW Tucson Police have released a nearly 12-minute video that shows a deadly encounter with a suspect last week. Daniel Spear, 35, was killed by officers on Oct. 18 near North Pantano and East Wrightstown roads at about 10 p.m. He had recently been released from prison after serving five years for armed robbery. The footage is from officer body cams and nearby surveillance cameras. Police have more than 15 hours of footage. Investigators say Spear and another suspect tried to steal a truck at gunpoint. The victim told police the men assaulted him. Police say the two men fired shots at the victim, but he was not injured. As police were responding, the suspects ran away. Officers chased one suspect and during the chase, he fired s...
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The Christ Child Society Chapter of Tucson, Arizona was founded in 1971 and was chartered in 1974 and incorporated in 1972. The Chapter was founded by Natalie Brown, a former National President. She had been a member of the Omaha Chapter and they began spending their winters in Tucson. Natalie gathered together a group of her golf and bridge friends, who were looking for a means to enrich their lives in other ways. In 1971 thirteen ladies gathered together for the first meeting and the Tucson Chapter was born.
Here is some of our evidence from a residential case in Tucson, Az.
Always had a hard time describing what its like to be in a monsoon storm here. This video shows only 3 minutes of the beginning, but is a good example of how awesome a micro-burst is. This storm started with a sprinkle from a small cloud 5 minutes later a full on monsoon storm that lasted 45 minutes and dumped multiple inches of rain in that time. Complete with a good portion of my neighbors tree falling in my yard and on my house. I had to remove some of the audio due to a bad howl and my bad language, but the video is uncut
The Tucson Herpetological Society is dedicated to conservation, education and research concerning the amphibians and reptiles of Arizona and Mexico. The 24-year-old nonprofit was founded as a group of individuals with a common interest in herpetology. Herpetological Society Robert Villa and Hanna Strauss, a member of the organization, were at the recent Saguaro National Park BioBlitz to demonstrate two live species of king snake found in the park.
Before developers swoop in and clear their desert real estate, members of the Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society descend upon the land and rescue cacti of every sort. Richard Wiedhopf, president of the TCSS, leads the charge to save these prickly denizens of the Sonoran landscape. The TCSS works with developers and society members to find thousands of cacti new homes on private, commercial and institutional properties. For a more in-depth look at Saguaros, please visit: https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/inside-the-turtles-of-the-plant-world
2015 Tucson Gem & Mineral Society | Produced by OpenForm in partnership with EvanGraeDavis.com See live footage of the show and behind the scenes action. Interviews with: customers, dealers like Steve Behling of Collector's Edge Minerals, David Freeland of David Freeland Designs and Dan Weinrich of Weinrich Minerals, U of A graduate student, Gloria Jiminez, Visit Tucson CEO, Brent DeRaad and TGMS Committee member, Peter Megaw.
Sonoran XI Conference at Hotel Tucson. Free Show, Plant, Pottery and Art Sale including rescued cacti (saguaros, barrels, hedgehogs), Silent Auction, Paid registration fee for Speakers and Workshops. Sales: April 16, 8am to 5:00pm & April 17, 8am to 1:30pm.