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Arizona Serial Killers – Phoenix Serial Killer Suspects Arrested – Police Arrest Two Suspects by quotes

Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon announces arrest of Arizona serial killers suspectsArizona Serial Killers – Phoenix Serial Killer Suspects Arrested – Police Arrest Two Suspects

Phoenix and police officials today announced the arrest of two men in connection with a series of shootings and killings dating back to May 2005.

Dale S. Hausner and Samuel John Dieteman were arrested early this morning.

“These are two of the monsters we’ve been hunting,” said Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, who addressed the media this morning at a press conference at Phoenix City Hall. “I thank the Phoenix Police Department for all of their dogged and relentless pursuit of these criminals, and whose tireless work continues. I’m so grateful to all of our officers and their families.”

Gordon especially praised the investigative and collaborative work of a special crime task force that consisted of law enforcement officials from Phoenix, Tolleson, Mesa and Scottsdale police, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office.

“Over the course of the year, investigators cast a wide net over a vast array of shooting cases that included homicides, aggravated assaults and animals as victims,” said Police Chief Jack Harris. “The community in which we live has responded positively to this crisis with thousands of calls to Silent Witness.”

More than 200 Phoenix police officers worked around the clock investigating more than 6,000 tips from residents who called in with information.

Isaac School Pedestrian Bridge Schedule Accelerating by quotes
July 28, 2006, 3:26 pm
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 Isaac School Pedestrian Bridge Schedule Accelerating

Construction and completion of the west Phoenix pedestrian bridge to serve Isaac Middle School will be accelerated by more than a year, thanks to the work of Rep. Ed Pastor. Construction is scheduled to begin in June 2007, with completion targeted for the spring of 2008.

“We thank Congressman Pastor for all of his hard work meeting with ADOT and the Federal Highway Administration to push up the timetable for this important bridge,” said Councilman Tom Simplot, who represents the area. “The congressman and the city’s Street Transportation Department are playing key roles in making sure students in the Isaac School District have a safe path to school.”

“This bridge means so much to our community,” said Mayor Phil Gordon. “Having it finished a year early will not only benefit the kids, but also help with the progressive revitalization going on in this area.”

“We are pleased to help the Isaac community,” said Rep. Pastor. “The safety of children is a priority and we want to do all we can to get this bridge built as quickly as possible.”

The bridge will be built near the intersection of 34th Avenue and McDowell Road, leading to Isaac Middle School. It will span a busy stretch of road where hundreds of schoolchildren cross every day to and from school. The federal government is funding the $3.1 million project.

Phoenix Arizona Serial Killers News – Mayor Phil Gordon and Police Chief Jack Harris by quotes

Phoenix Arizona Serial Killers NewsPHX 11 Televises Police Community Forum

Broadcasts of the recent Police Community Forum at Loma Linda Elementary School concerning the city’s efforts to capture the two serial killers will be aired on PHX 11.

The program will premiere at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 13, and replay at 10 p.m. It then will air at 7 a.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. Friday, July 14; 10 a.m., 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday, July 15; 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday, July 16; and 9 a.m., 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. Monday, July 17.

Mayor Phil Gordon and Police Chief Jack Harris spoke at the meeting urging residents to call in any suspicious people or activities.

As the investigation continues and new developments are made public, the original information presented at the July 12 community forum may become outdated. If so, programming may be pulled from airing on PHX 11.

PHX 11, the city’s news and information station, is recognized as one of the top local cable stations in the country, reaching close to 320,000 households throughout the Valley. For information about PHX 11 or to obtain a programming schedule, call 602-261-8937 or visit us online at