IF you want to relive the Levi Chavez murder trial or, like me ignored it when it was going on you can watch NBC’s Dateline program ‘The Officer’s Wife‘.
A police officer’s wife is found shot to death in bed. Authorities wonder if the 26-year-old took her own life or if someone else is to blame. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
What did I learn from this show? Tera Chavez’s family didn’t believe Tera could commit suicide. Levi’s family didn’t believe Levi could commit murder. You can’t believe people emotionally tied to the situation.
Also Levi Chavez is a dirtbag. I’m not convinced either way that he murdered his wife.
From azcentral.com “1 dead as vehicle goes off Loop 202 onto 51“
A vehicle drove off a Loop 202 freeway bridge in Phoenix and then crashed and exploded in the northbound lanes of the Arizona 51 freeway about 50-feet below early Saturday morning, authorities said.
Apparently I am not the only one who has considered taking their cat camping with them.
Temperatures dropped below freezing almost every night, but somehow, some way, Margaret Page and her cat survived 3½ weeks in an isolated and rugged region of a southwestern New Mexico national forest.
Tucked away in a blue sleeping bag for warmth and set up near a creek for drinking water, Page and her cat named Miya lived on just a handful of supplies, rescue workers said Friday. The nearest town – tiny Dusty, N.M. – was 10 miles away.
Authorities said the 41-year-old Page, who has a history of mental illness, was found Wednesday emaciated and malnourished but well-hydrated.
“Her cat was in better shape than she was,” New Mexico State Police Search and Rescue incident commander Marc Levesque said. “Her cat was also hunting. (Page) ran out of food a while back.”
“Skier Dies At Sandia Peak” from KOAT.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An avid skier died early Sunday afternoon after an accident at the Sandia Peak Ski Area.
Authorities said that an experienced skier was on an intermediate slope when he crashed into another skier and then ran into a pole supporting a ski lift.
A helicopter was dispatched from University of New Mexico Hospital and landed on top of the mountain, but the EMS crew decided to drive the skier to the hospital. At some point after the skier was transported, the skier passed away.
The U.S. Forest Service was notified, and the ski patrol was conducting an investigation with the Sandia Mountain manager.
Youtube video “Bugatti Veryon High Speed Runs x7″
From the the Reuters article “Arizona authorities furious over 215 mph Bugatti video“
Arizona police are seeing red over the driver of a Bugatti Veyron luxury car who seems to have given himself the green light to drive over 215 miles per hour on a public freeway.
A roughly three-minute video that surfaced this week purports to show the mystery motorist reaching those speeds during seven adrenaline-charged runs in 2009.
Best quote from the article:
“We have these clowns do this from time to time,” Graves said. “They don’t care about what could happen. They just want to toot their own horn.”
A 91-year-old Sun City man, who is on oxygen and confined to a wheelchair, surrendered Thursday morning after a nearly six-hour standoff in which he was armed with a handgun, authorities said.
“Well, this is a strange situation,” Arpaio told reporters
Armed 91-year-old man surrenders after standoff
A suspicious device was found at a Rail Runner train stop in Albuquerque.
Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Lt. Duncan Sanchez said the device consisted of two white cylinders attached to a base with protruding wires. The Albuquerque police bomb squad used a robot to disable the device… Authorities declined to say what the device was.
Uh… yeah, I would call that suspicious. It was plugged into a outlet at the train station. Does this mean that power outlets will be banned next?
I’m really interested to hear what this thing is.