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Councilman Valenzuela, Silent Witness, and Univision Arizona Hosting Live Call-in Show to Encourage Tips in Maryvale Homicide InvestigationCouncilman Valenzuela, Silent Witness, and Univision Arizona Hosting Live Call-in Show to Encourage Tips in Maryvale Homicide Investigation<div class="ExternalClassCB86BF8B72BD4EBA9F80C329A9E2CCE0"><p>​Councilman Daniel Valenzuela in partnership with Silent Witness, the Phoenix Police Department and Univision Arizona are airing a special live show titled “ Voces de Maryvale” (Voices of Maryvale) on Friday, July 22 from 5 to 7 p.m.to encourage residents to report tips or leads about the Maryvale homicides and other crimes in the area.<br><br>The first 30 minutes of the show will feature a panel discussion with Councilman Valenzuela, Phoenix Police Commander for the Maryvale Estrella Mountain Precinct Sean Patrick Connolly and local area residents, followed by questions from a live audience. During the entire two-hour show, viewers will be able to call-in tips and questions to a live phone bank.<br><br> “The Silent Witness reward for information leading to an arrest in these crimes has grown to $30,000. Anyone with information regarding this investigation should call Silent Witness -- no piece of information is too small, and residents that call can remain completely anonymous," Councilman Daniel Valenzuela said. "I want to thank Univision and our other community partners working with the Phoenix Police Department and Silent Witness to help solve these horrific crimes and bring justice to the victims and their families.”<br><br>In addition to Friday’s live call-in special, anyone with information regarding any of these incidents can call the Phoenix Police Department at any time at 602-262-6141, Silent Witness at 480-W-I-T-N-E-S-S (480-948-6377) or 480-T-E-S-T-I-G-O (480-837-8446).<br><br>“Our goal as a station is always to inform and empower our community and that is especially true during times like these,” said Roberto Yanez, Vice President, General Manager of Univision Arizona. “Working with Councilman Valenzuela, Silent Witness and the Phoenix Police Department allows us to increase public awareness and create a safe forum for members of the community to share any information they have that might help solve these crimes.”</p></div>7/21/2016 5:00:00 PMDavid Urbinato602-495-5405