Tiffany A. is looking for someone that has a telescope she can borrow for Girls Camp. If you have one or know where she can find one, please contact her.
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Friday, April 18, 2008
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We also are selling my husbands XBOX and it includes 3 remotes-2 with cords and 1 cordless, as well as 16 games to go with it. We are asking $100 OBO.
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Wednesday, April 9, 2008
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Monday, April 7, 2008
There was a price change on Dave and Mindys house. They just lowered it to $169,900. Smokin' deal!!
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Friday, April 4, 2008
DIGITAL CAMERA FELL OFF BACK OF CAR IN OR AROUND WEBB CIRCLE ON
4-4-08 AROUND 10:30AM. IF FOUND, PLEASE DO THE RIGHT THING AND RETURN IT-NO QUESTIONS ASKED. THERE ARE IRREPLACEABLE PICTURES ON IT! THANKS!
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Wednesday, April 2, 2008
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Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Buy a great house for less than we paid 3 years ago!
4 bd 2 1/2 ba, large bedrooms, 10 x 15 and 10 x16 plus master and one other 3 living areas, living, family and bonus. 3 years old 2250 sq ft, great floor plan wood flooring 2.5 car fully insulated garage including door. Great for workshop with lots of extra elecrical, doesn't get too hot, plus two large vehicles. Garage extends 4 feet extra in length and 5 feet extra in width. Lot size 66 X 120. Back yard extends 47 feet past back patio, plus 25-foot side yard with 10-foot gate Selling agent welcome for a 3% comission. Willing to address other concerns Motivated to sell Seller pays closing costs. Don't let a leasing contract hold you back. May pay break lease fees, plus other financing ideas. Call for more information. David or Mindy Smith 480-357-3752, Cell 480-993-4281
Posted by maren at 3:43 PM
Pinal County Sheriff Chris Vazquez said Matthew Alan Clack, 24, was arrested by deputies after a 13-year-old victim from a July molestation and attempted kidnapping case recognized Clack at a Pecan Creek neighborhood park and yelled out "that’s him."
"When she did, several citizens went in a foot chase of him — chasing him in and around houses," he said. "They dialed 911 and after a very fast response time from deputies in that area, we were able to help the citizens to apprehend Clack."
Over the summer, a series of molestations and attempted kidnappings took place in the Castlegate and Pecan Creek neighborhoods in an unincorporated area east of Queen Creek.
"Ever since the initial incident happened in July the community has really been on alert," Vasquez said. "They can now, I believe, breathe a sigh of relief that a child predator is no longer roaming the streets."
Clack may be responsible for at least five attempted or actual molestations in the Johnson Ranch, Queen Creek and Mesa areas, Vasquez said.
"Based on our interview with him, he admitted that he does have a serious problem, and he admitted to as many as five attempts or actual molestations," he said.
Clack was booked into Pinal County Jail on felony charges of sexual assault and attempted kidnapping for the July case.
Dena Larsen, the blockwatch coordinator for Pecan Creek, said she got goose bumps when she heard about the arrest.
"The fact that there was an arrest made, solidified to me, that we do have dangerous things happening out there, and we can’t turn a blind eye," she said. "I’m glad there’s another person off the street that’s causing harm."
Larsen, a mother of two young girls, said she hopes some residents in the area see this as an "eye-opener" because she’s seen little supervision of children in the neighborhood.
"Parents need to look at what is lurking out there," she said. "There is a risk, and it’s right here in our own backyard."
Vasquez called this case "a prime example of a community working together with law enforcement" and said neighbors who helped catch Clack "should be proud of themselves."
Vasquez said his department, along with other agencies, are trying to track down others Clack may have attacked. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Lisa Swinton at (520) 866-5149.
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