Driver Drags Man Who Cut Him Off in Convenience Store Parking Lothttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/988Police 2/21/2020 6:30:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/zo_hfqbQm80Driver Drags Man Who Cut Him Off in Convenience Store Parking Lot<div class="ExternalClassFE25E4420DF145F0955235F016A5F7B6"><html>Police are looking for the driver of a truck who ran into a man walking out of a gas station, dragging him 50 feet on the grill of the truck before taking off.<br><br>The crime happened at 27th Avenue and Peoria on Sunday night.<br><br>The victim was in a black truck when he pulled in front of white truck in the gas station parking lot.<br><br>Based on surveillance video, about 60 seconds later the driver of the white truck pulls up next to the truck parked at the pump and appears to throw his drink at the vehicle.<br><br>Less than a minute later, the driver of the black truck leaves the convenience store and the white truck slams into him while he walking, dragging his body about 50 feet before the 34-year-old victim slips under the vehicle.<br><br>That man is recovering from serious injuries.<br><br>The suspect is described as a 30-35 year old white man with red hair and a beard.  He's driving a white and black 4 door Ford Raptor with a sunroof.<br><br>If you have any information to help solve this crime, contact Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS or <span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span><a href="http://www.silentwitness.org/" target="_blank">silentwitness.org</a>.<br></html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeVideopolicePolice
Phoenix Police Sergeant Rights a Wrong 60 Years Laterhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/986Police 2/20/2020 8:12:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/986/Newsroom_Cole_Candace_3.jpgPhoenix Police Sergeant Rights a Wrong 60 Years Later<div class="ExternalClass0B32639C5B4E4653B316A02C6C3D6683"><html>​It was a hot Phoenix night last August when Patrol Sergeant Vince Cole first met Candace Ramsey.<br><br>It wasn't the crime report he was taking from her that caught his attention, but a framed Navajo Nation Police Patch.<br><br>As Sgt. Cole asked Candace about the patch, she beamed with pride for the man who wore that patch.  Her grandfather Gordon James was a Sergeant with the Navajo Nation Department of Public Safety more than 60 years ago.  She shared that her grandfather was killed in the line of duty. <br><br>As a member of the Phoenix Police Honor Guard, Sgt. Cole asked Candace if she had gone to Washington DC to see her grandfather's name etched on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.  “His name is not on that wall," Candace said sadly. That's when Sgt. Cole knew he wanted to make that wrong right. <br><br>He got back to the office and put on his historian hat.  His research revealed James was a Korean War Veteran prior to becoming a police officer with the Navajo Nation Public Safety. On August 30, 1960 Sergeant James lost his life in the line of duty, killed by a drunk driver.<img src="/policesite/MediaAssets/Untitled%20design%20(1).jpg" style="margin:5px;width:341px;vertical-align:auto;float:right;" /><br><br>Sgt. Cole reached out to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Foundation.  After 6 months of work, on January 29, 2020, the Foundation informed Candace and her family that Sgt. Gordon C. James would be added to the memorial wall in D.C. on May 13, 2020 during the Annual Candlelight Vigil. <br><br>“I am so proud of my grandfather, it is such a great honor," Candace said.  <br><br>A chance meeting that united two law enforcement families together so one man's heroic actions will never be forgotten.<br></html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice
Police Employees Honored for Their Service to the Communityhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/963Police 2/18/2020 7:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/963/Newsroom_Police_WomenInBlue.jpgPolice Employees Honored for Their Service to the Community<div class="ExternalClass8D5531262A43458FB15A4C3AB1097F9F"><html> <div>​On February 18, 2020, the Phoenix Police Foundation hosted their 3rd  Annual Women in Blue Luncheon, honoring women who work in law enforcement. During the luncheon, three Phoenix Police employees were recognized for their service to the City. The three women are Assistant Chief Sandra Renteria, Officer Lisa Fisher and Zachia Villanueva, a communication supervisor. </div> <div> <br> </div> <div>Assistant Chief Sandra Renteria was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award. She has been on the police department for over 30 years and rose through the ranks as the first Hispanic female to be promoted into  sergeant, lieutenant, commander and assistant chief positions on the department. Over her career, she has worked in many different assignments, including field training and undercover assignments. Chief Renteria is currently serving as the assistant chief over the southern patrol division. During her career she has inspired many of her coworkers to promote and excel in their careers, always being there to offer advice and support. </div> <div> <br> </div> <div>“As you progress through your career and you look back, it is not about the rank you achieve, it is not about the accolades that you get, it is really about the people you impact along the way,” said Commander Dennis Orender. “I think if you look back over her career, she positively impacted a lot of people.” </div> <div> <br> </div> <div>This summer Chief Renteria is retiring, and she has said that she believes she will miss being a part of something bigger than herself. </div> <div> <br> </div> <div>Watch Chief Renteria's award video: <a target="_blank" href="https://youtu.be/R0OhFFu6ns4">https://youtu.be/R0OhFFu6ns4</a>.</div> <div> <br> </div> <div>Officer Lisa Fisher was honored with the Elevating Woman in Law  Enforcement Award. Officer Fisher has worked for the City of Phoenix since 2007 and is currently assigned to the canine unit. She is one of 17 canine handlers, the only female, and she is part of the SWAT dog program. </div> <div> <br> </div> <div>“When you look at Lisa Fisher, her dog, her abilities, her confidence, her competence and what she does, you are just filled with tremendous pride,” said Assistant Chief Mary Roberts. </div> <div> <div> <div> <br> </div> <div>Watch Officer Fisher's award video: <a data-auth="NotApplicable" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank" href="https://youtu.be/PybgMsf63wc">https://youtu.be/PybgMsf63wc</a>.<br></div> </div> <div> <br>Last but not least, Ms. Zachia Villanueva, a supervisor in the Communications Bureau was honored with the Community Advocate Award. She has worked in the Communications Bureau for 21 years, starting her career as a 911 operator. </div> </div> <div> <br> </div> <div>Not only is Ms. Villanueva serving her community while she is at work, but she is also ver y involved with Ronald McDonald House Charities. She started volunteering in 2009, donating her time to clean rooms and facilities between families using them. Since then, she has become a board member for the charity. </div> <div> <br> </div> <div>“Zachia is one of the volunteers that is just unbelievably amazing. She is kind, she is supportive, she is engaged, she is committed and dedicated to our families, and there isn’t anything that you would ask of here that she wouldn’t do,” said Kerry Schulman, CEO of RMHC Central & Northern Arizona.  </div> <div> <br> </div> <div>Watch Ms. Villanueva's award video: <a data-auth="NotApplicable" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank" href="https://youtu.be/fQqj6OtxKJ0">https://youtu.be/fQqj6OtxKJ0</a>.<br></div> <div> <br> </div> <div>Also during the ceremony, the foundation also honored two young ladies from Charley's Heroes with the Police Advocate Award. Learn more about them in their award video: <a data-auth="NotApplicable" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank" href="https://youtu.be/dkjKEX1IKhA">https://youtu.be/dkjKEX1IKhA</a>.<br></div> <div> <br> </div> <div>The Phoenix Police Foundation’s mission is not only to recognize employees like these amazing three women, but also to fund technology needs for the department and to provide financial assistance to employees and their families in crisis situations. To learn more about the way they support the police department, please visit heir website:  <a target="_blank" href="https://www.phxpolicefoundation.org/">https://www.phxpolicefoundation.org/</a>.</div> <br> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice
Know Before You Go: Phoenix Presidential Visithttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/957Police 2/17/2020 3:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/957/Newsroom_Police_POTUS_Visit.pngKnow Before You Go: Phoenix Presidential Visit<div class="ExternalClassB982F80180444CA69FCE4C422BE9FF9D"><html>Arizona will host the President of the United States on Wednesday, February 19. President Donald Trump is holding a campaign event at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum on the State Fairgrounds near 19th Ave. & McDowell at 7 p.m.<br> <br>Law Enforcement services inside the event at the State Fairgrounds are under the direction of the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS). However, the City of Phoenix Police Department is responsible for safety and security in the areas surrounding the event location. As a Department, we support and protect the freedom of speech. We wanted to share information to allow everyone to exercise this right.<br> <br>If attending, we ask that you also be part of the plan. Working together will keep events safe for all involved parties. Report any criminal or suspicious behavior. There will be officers in the immediate area and you will also see detectives walking around. If you see something, say something.<br><br><strong>Will roads be closed to traffic? </strong><br> <br>Roads will be closed as the President's motorcade moves to and from the Airport and the Veterans Memorial Coliseum. This will be happening during rush hour and may cause delays. At the event itself, Encanto will be closed between 17th & 19th Avenues.  One lane of Encanto heading east off 19th Ave will remain for traffic heading into the event parking lot.  Traffic is expected to be heavy on the main thoroughfares of 19th Ave., McDowell and Grand Ave. Choose alternate routes when possible. We will provide regular updates on traffic conditions on Twitter <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/phoenixpolice">@PhoenixPolice</a>, <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/StreetsPHX">@StreetsPHX</a> and <a target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/cityofphoenixaz">@CityofPhoenixAZ</a>.<br> <br><strong>Can I park near the Fairgrounds?</strong><br> <br>There is some parking on site at the fairgrounds, but it is possible there could be more vehicles than the parking lot can accommodate. Please do not park on residential streets in the surrounding neighborhoods. Many of those areas are permit only parking and your vehicle could be towed. If you plan on being in the area of the event on Wednesday afternoon/evening, consider carpooling, using public transportation, or a ride sharing option. <br> <br> <strong>Will there be a specific place for me to exercise my freedom of speech?</strong><br> <br><span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span>On planned events such as this, law enforcement makes every attempt to facilitate an area for spectators and attendees who wish to voice their beliefs or opinions. This area will be designated in advance and clearly marked.  The north side of Encanto road in an area between 17th Ave. & 19th Ave. has been designated for this purpose.  Any updated information will be shared with the media and residents through the Phoenix Police Department’s social media channels including Twitter, Facebook <a target="_blank" href="https://www.facebook.com/phoenixazpolice">(@PhoenixAZPolice</a>), Instagram (<a target="_blank" href="https://www.instagram.com/phoenixpolicedepartment/">@PhoenixPoliceDepartment</a>) and the Nextdoor app. <br>  <br><strong>Can I or a group of people block the roadway?</strong><br><strong> </strong><br>Roadways used by motorists are not allowed to be blocked. This is dangerous for both pedestrians and motorists. If you block the roadway you may be arrested for obstructing a public thoroughfare. This is a misdemeanor crime.<br><br><strong>What is an Unlawful Assembly?</strong><br><strong> </strong><br>An Unlawful Assembly is when a group of people are involved in criminal activity and are posing a danger to themselves or others. The incident commander makes this determination to protect the security and safety of everyone in the area. When possible, those in the vicinity will hear a message over a loud speaker and given time to disperse. There may be situations where immediate police intervention is needed. People who fail to follow the instructions may be subject to arrest. We want everyone to understand the message coming via the speaker. It will be delivered in both English and Spanish and will be replayed repeatedly. <br> <br>In an effort to make the entire crowd aware of the need to disperse, the officer will say something similar to this: <br> <br>“I am ___ (name) ___, a police officer for the City of Phoenix. I hereby declare this to be an unlawful assembly in the name of the People of the State of Arizona and command all persons so assembled at ___ (location) ___ to immediately and peacefully disperse. Arizona Revised Statute 13-2902 prohibits remaining present at an unlawful assembly and if you do not disperse, you will be subject to arrest.<br> <br><strong>If I am on the sidewalk once the Unlawful Assembly is declared will I be arrested?</strong><br><strong> </strong><br>Yes, once this is declared unlawful, everyone must leave the area. You can no longer be in the immediate area. This includes private property, roadways and sidewalks. This order also includes the media who remain in the area. <br> <br><strong>What items are prohibited in the event?</strong><br><strong> </strong><br>The event is being held at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum which is owned by the state of Arizona. Therefore, the Department of Public Safety is the law enforcement agency responsible inside the event. They have published information on their <a target="_blank" href="https://www.azdps.gov/news/ims/45">website</a> regarding the Presidential visit. <br></html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice
City, Loved-ones Honor Officer & Firefighters https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/939Police 2/13/2020 7:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/939/Newsroom_Police_Employee_Memorial2.jpgCity, Loved-ones Honor Officer & Firefighters <div class="ExternalClassE49D1F46ACD14AA89B24A8DDE4C96F48"><html> <p>​“We never want to forget our colleagues or take for granted the role we all play as public servants.“  And with those words, Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher opened the 26thAnnual City of Phoenix Employee Memorial Ceremony Thursday morning at the Orpheum Theatre.</p> <p>Loved ones, city leaders, employees and residents gathered to pay tribute to three public safety employee who lost their lives in the line of duty.</p> <p>The tribute honored Officer Paul Rutherford and Firefighters Rick Telles and Brian Beck, Jr.  The program remembered the three men as heroes, dedicated to public service.</p> <p>Fire Chief Kara Kalkbrenner remembered 44-year-old Telles as a kind, funny and humble man who joined the department in 2006, working tirelessly alongside his colleagues at Fire Station 5.</p> <p>Telles is the father of five children and died in January 2019, approximately one year after being diagnosed with throat cancer.<br><br>Chief Kalkbrenner also honored third generation firefighter Brian Beck, Jr. who proudly carried the mantel that had been born by his grandfather and father before him.<br><br>The 31-year-old died on May 20, just 8 years into his career.  He leaves behind a wife and three young kids.  Brian also died of an occupational cancer.<br><br>“Firefighter Rick Telles and Firefighter Brian Beck, Junior contracted a terrible and deadly disease simply because they were performing their duties as a firefighter," said Kalkbrenner.  “Cancer is the most dangerous threat to firefighter health and safety today."<br><br>Kalkbrenner herself is a cancer survivor.<br><br>Police Chief Jeri Williams honored Officer Rutherford, noting that the Phoenix community lost a true hero.  <br><br>Officer Paul Rutherford was assisting with a traffic accident the morning of March 21.  A call came in of an armed subject across the street from the traffic accident.  The Chief recounted that “in that moment, Paul did what police officers do every day. He disregarded his own safety and ran towards danger to assist his partner and to protect the public."<br><br>Rutherford was struck and killed while attempting to cross the street.</p> <p>Vice-Mayor Betty Guardado lead the moment of silence for the loved ones and co-workers followed by a somber playing of Echo Taps, the traditional bugle call played by two buglers in echo fashion.</p> <p>The Phoenix Police Department Honor Guard, the Phoenix Fire Department Honor Guard and the Honor Guard Pipes & Drums also participated in the event.  </p> <p>Following the ceremony inside the theatre, fire & police employees formed a path of unity to the Employee Memorial adjacent to City Hall. The glass block memorial includes the names etched into the blocks of the 86 employees who lost their lives during their duties for the City of Phoenix.</p> <p>The bricks go back as far as 1925 to Phoenix Police Officer Haze Burch who was shot and killed while trying to stop two men siphoning gas from a car downtown.  The two suspects responsible for his death were also wanted in both Texas and Montana for killing law enforcement officers.</p> <p>“Those lost gave the ultimate sacrifice as they worked to make Phoenix the magnificent city it is today," Mayor Kate Gallego wrote in a proclamation setting aside February 9-15, 2020 as Phoenix Employee Remembrance Week.</p> <p>The Mayor invited all residents to join in honoring the exceptional individuals who died while serving the people of Phoenix.</p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice
Homeowner, PD Team Up to Nab Serial Burglar in the Acthttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/928Police 2/10/2020 11:00:00 PMhttps://youtu.be/S8ofPN6hUOsHomeowner, PD Team Up to Nab Serial Burglar in the Act<div class="ExternalClass18523D6993A24BA083505F0A03376A51"><html>​Team work between a homeowner, Patrol Officers, Crime Suppression Team Officers and the Phoenix Police Air Unit led to the arrest of a man burglarizing homes. <br><br>Shortly before lunchtime Monday morning, a woman reported a residential burglary in process at her home at the base of South Mountain.  She said a man had entered through the back of the house as was assaulting her dog with a mop.<br><br>Patrol officers as well as officers from the South Mountain Precinct Crime Suppression Team responded to the home but the suspect took off running.  The Air Unit was able to direct officers on the ground to the suspect, later identified as 19-year-old Martin Solis.<br><br>Officers found items stolen from the home.  They were also able to link Solis through a photo lineup to a second burglary where $17,000 in jewelry and electronics were taken.<br><br>Solis was booked for multiple counts of residential burglary and animal cruelty. <br></html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeVideopolicePolice
Phoenix to Honor Three Fallen Public Safety Workershttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/926Police 2/10/2020 10:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/926/Newsroom_Police_Employee_Memorial.jpgPhoenix to Honor Three Fallen Public Safety Workers<div class="ExternalClass916BADDD259C4E3B94803777F351ACF7"><html> <p>​The City of Phoenix will honor three public safety employees who made the ultimate sacrifice as part of the City's Employee Memorial Ceremony.<br><br><img src="/policesite/MediaAssets/Rutherford.png" style="margin:5px 10px;width:148px;height:177px;vertical-align:auto;float:right;" />Paul Rutherford from the Phoenix Police Department along with Phoenix Firefighters Rick Telles and Brian Beck, Jr. will be remembered at the Thursday morning ceremony at the Orpheum Theatre honoring those who lost their lives in 2019.<br><br>Officer Paul Rutherford was killed March 21 while assisting with a traffic accident.  The officer was remembered for his 23-years of service as someone who saw being a police officer not as a job, but as a calling.  <br><br>“He made the conscious choice to be a patrol officer," said Chief Jeri Williams.  “There are many different career choices a person can make within the police department, but Officer Rutherford was a kind, dependable hero who wanted to be with people making their day better."<br><br><img src="/policesite/MediaAssets/Rick%20Telles%20Phx%20Fire.jpg" style="margin:5px;width:150px;vertical-align:auto;float:right;" />Rick Telles spent 13 years as a firefighter.  The 45-year-old father of five died January 17 2019, approximately one year after being diagnosed with throat cancer.  <br><br>The department says Telles was committed to excellence in all aspects of his profession and that made him an asset to the department and to his peers.  “Our profession is diminished in his absence," the department wrote on their Facebook page at the time of his death.<br><br>Brian Beck, Jr. was a third-generation firefighter.  The 31-year-old died on May 20, leaving behind a wife and three young kids.  His father, retired Phoenix Captain Brian Beck, Sr. said his son had malignant melanoma.<br><br><img src="/policesite/MediaAssets/Brian%20Beck%20Jr%20Phx%20Fire.jpg" style="margin:5px 10px;width:150px;vertical-align:auto;float:right;" />Beck spent 8 years with the Phoenix Fire Department, serving most of his time at Fire Station 33 in North Phoenix.  <br><br>At his funeral, Beck was remembered as someone who always knew he wanted to be a firefighter, but it was spending time with his wife and kids that brought him his greatest joys.<br><br>Phoenix Fire Chief Kara Kalkbrenner speaking at the service said, “Brian contracted this terrible disease simply because he was doing his job as a firefighter."<br><br>Both firefighter's deaths were determined to be in the line of duty, since the cancer was caused by on-the-job hazards.<br><br>The lives and sacrifice of the officer and two firefighters will be remembered Thursday at a 9 a.m. public ceremony at the Orpheum Theatre.   <br><br>Mayor Kate Gallego, City Council members, City Manager Ed Zuercher, and representatives of the city's employee unions and associations will be in attendance. In addition, Phoenix Police and Fire honor guard, pipes, and drums will perform.<br><br>Following the ceremony, employees will form a path of unity to the Employee Memorial adjacent to City Hall. The memorial includes the names of 86 employees who lost their lives in the course of their duties.<br><br>“Those lost gave the ultimate sacrifice as they worked to make Phoenix the magnificent city it is today," Mayor Kate Gallego wrote in a proclamation setting aside February 9 though 15, 2020 as Phoenix Employee Remembrance Week.<br><br>The Mayor invited all residents to join in honoring the exceptional individuals who died while serving the people of Phoenix.<br><br>Limited public seating is available for the event.  You can also watch the services streaming live on the <a target="_blank" href="https://www.facebook.com/CityofPhoenixAZ/">City of Phoenix Facebook</a> page. <br><span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span></p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice
Second Fentanyl Bust Nets Millions in Dangerous Drughttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/police/893Police 1/31/2020 10:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/893/Dea Fentanly Bust 2.jpgSecond Fentanyl Bust Nets Millions in Dangerous Drug<div class="ExternalClassB5590B74ADE34DE4957762BD5756EF30"><html>Another 2.5 million dollars' worth of the illegal and deadly fentanyl pills are off the streets of Phoenix.<br><br>The Phoenix Police Department, working as part of a Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force, seized another 137,000 fentanyl pills.<br><br>Thursday's bust started earlier this month when investigators learned of a man in Phoenix supplying local drug traffickers with large quantities of fentanyl pills. <br><br>Once they developed enough information, the task force, led by a Phoenix Police Sergeant, along with other officers, and the Air Unit stopped Alexis Meza in his car near 24th Street & Thomas. <br><br>They found 122,000 fentanyl pills in the vehicle.  When they went to his apartment near Indian School & 43rd Avenue, they found a large quantity of methamphetamine, fentanyl pills, cocaine, and marijuana.  Members of the Gun Squad also responded when officers found numerous guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition inside the home.  <br><br>In all, the task force seized:<br><br>137,100 Fentanyl Pills<br> 3 kilograms of Fentanyl<br>38 pounds of Methamphetamine<br> 1 pound of Marijuana<br> $5,000 cash<br> 7 Handguns<br> 2 Rifles<br> Ammunition<br> Four vehicles<br><br>20-year-old Meza was booked into the Fourth Avenue Jail on various drug charges.<br> <br>This arrest comes on the heels of <a href="/newsroom/police/854" target="_blank">one of the largest fentanyl busts in Arizona</a>.  Last week,  24-year-old Marcelino Ontiveros Quintero was pulled over with approximately 165,000 of the blue “M-30" fentanyl pills in his car.  <br><br>The drug problem is impacting the lives of people in and around the Phoenix area.  Just this week, a report from the Maricopa County Medical Examiner's Office determined that an ASU student found dead in his dorm room last November died from a mix of drugs including fentanyl.  The day after that report was released, another ASU student was found dead of a possible drug overdose.<br><br>If you or someone you know needs help with a substance abuse problem, reach out to the <a href="https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline" target="_blank">National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).</a><br></html></div>https://phoenix.gov/policeNewspolicePolice



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Get Involved: Fund PHXhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/AdBox/DispForm.aspx?ID=13https://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/AdBox/Attachments/13/S261C.jpgGet Involved: Fund PHX<div class="ExternalClass9728A8349F6F47A1A5123D0792DF410B"><html> <p>​Give your feedback about the Phoenix budget. Use our new online tool to adjust funding for various departments.</p> </html></div>Videohttps://Phoenix.gov/budget/fund2/19/2020 5:20:55 PM3/31/2020 5:20:55 PM

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