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Two years ago, following the murders of two kids who’d been “on the radar” of local police and Child Protective Services, Gov. Jan Brewer ordered the establishment of the Arizona Child Safety Task Force to examine the state’s current policies and practices when it comes to protecting children.
The relatives of a 5-year-old Glendale girl who police believe was murdered are preparing to sue the agencies that were supposed to protect her.
GLENDALE — A public memorial of stuffed animals and candles that grew in the past year for a missing 5-year-old Glendale girl will be removed.
GLENDALE — The search of a Phoenix-area landfill for the body of a Glendale girl missing since October has ended without finding her remains.
The methodical search of an Arizona landfill for the body of a 5-year-old girl missing for about eight months is expected to finish by the end of June.
The state House unanimously approved legislation Monday to require parents to report their missing children despite bipartisan concerns that all it will do is cause problems for unwary adults.
“What the heck has happened to ‘Los Suns’? They have become ‘Los Losers’ week after week since they came back. Some of these guys are getting old enough to qualify for one of those Medicare paid-for electric scooters. Maybe an oxygen station benchside might help. Remember what Steve Nash said when the lockout ended: ‘This is a playoff team.’ Well it’s sure looking like a ‘Kiss-Off Team’ right now.”
Police believe Jhessye Shockley, a 5-year-old Glendale girl missing for more than two months, was killed and that her body was dumped in a trash bin across the Valley in Tempe.
The undated photo provided by the Glendale Police Department shows Jhessye Scockley, a 5-year-old who was reported missing Oct. 11. Police said Dec. 21 they believe she was killed – with her body possibly dumped in a trash receptacle in Tempe.