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FLORENCE — Apache Junction’s former vice mayor has filed a $2.1 million notice of claim against Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu.
Apache Junction voters appear to have ousted Councilman R.E. Eck, who faced a recall election after being involved in a road rage incident. Challenger Clark Smithson won about 47 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s election, compared with about 28 percent for Eck. Another challenger, Elliott Fisher, got about 23 percent, according to unofficial results from Pinal County elections officials.
The son of an Apache Junction City Councilman accused of hitting a Mesa man in the back with a metal pipe during a road rage incident last year entered a not-guilty plea at his arraignment Friday in Pinal County Superior Court.
The son of former Apache Junction Vice Mayor Robert Eck Jr. also is facing aggravated assault-related charges in connection with an alleged road rage incident involving his father more than a year ago.
Residents wishing to run in the March 8 special election against incumbent Apache Junction Councilman R.E. Eck II can now pick up a candidate packet.
Former Apache Junction vice mayor Robert Eck is set to begin court proceedings for aggravated assault-related charges in connection with a 2009 road-rage incident involving a Gold Canyon man and his wife.
Higley Unified School District high school students who took the PSAT test are invited to a meeting, along with their parents.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office has cited Apache Junction Vice Mayor R.E. Eck with having no proof of insurance on top of recommending charges of aggravated assault related to an Oct. 2 road rage incident.
Felony charges are being recommended against the son of Apache Junction Vice Mayor R.E. Eck in connection with a road rage incident authorities said he and his father were involved in earlier this month.
Investigators from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office are recommending felony charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon be filed against Apache Junction Vice Mayor R.E. Eck, who was involved in a road rage incident last week.
Apache Junction vice mayor R.E. Eck
Pinal County Sheriff's Office reported Friday afternoon that Apache Junction vice mayor R.E. Eck was involved in a road rage incident.
Apache Junction Vice Mayor R.E. Eck Jr. talks in July 2008 about how a former friend attacked him in his home and how he fought him off the best he could.
It appeared that voters handily supported all four incumbents in the Apache Junction election Tuesday night. Equally, five incumbents targeted in a recall election showed a political tour de force, with each easily fending off challengers.
Voters in Mesa were heading to the polls today to decide on a tax incentive for a major resort, while Gilbert and Apache Junction voters were casting ballots for mayor and council seats.
The importance of early ballots is growing with the state's permanent early voter list, but Mesa, Gilbert and Apache Junction residents who prefer to cast their vote the old-fashioned way will have their say on key municipal decisions Tuesday.
Mayoral candidate Dave Waldron moved to Apache Junction in 1993. He is married with four children and five grandchildren. Waldron served on the planning and zoning commission and was on the city council from 2004-07.
Voters in Apache Junction have a daunting task before them. On March 10, while residents of other cities line up to cast their ballot in one mayoral or council election, Apache Junction residents will vote for their mayor and three council members, and then get to vote to recall them, too.
Three candidates, including Mayor John Insalaco, will be on the ballot for Apache Junction's mayoral primary election March 10.
You may have just picked up a poinsettia in a shiny, foil-wrapped pot, but at Gardener’s World, two miles from Arizona Mills mall at the base of South Mountain, fleets of growers have been carefully tending the showy Christmastime flowers for months.
The Apache Junction City Council is one member short of the usual seven and is looking to fill that seat. After Councilman Joe Severs’ resignation earlier this month, the council is accepting applications from city residents to serve out his term, which ends in June 2009.
The Apache Junction City Council is one member short of the usual seven and is looking to fill that seat. After Councilman Joe Severs' resignation earlier this month, the council is accepting applications from city residents to serve out his term, which ends in June 2009.
We previously warned a recall election against Apache Junction Mayor John Insalaco and the City Council didn't make much sense, and now organizers have made the issue especially messy.
It’s official. Apache Junction is set for a City Council recall vote and a primary election in March. In a last-ditch effort, four council members and the mayor, all of whom are facing recalls, turned to the court, seeking judicial review of the Pinal County Recorder’s certification of petitions.
Apache Junction voters won't get to decide the fate of five members of the City Council facing recall on the same November ballot that will carry the race for the U.S. president.