Digital Information Replace: Gov. Ducey speaks out – crime stories from native counties
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YUMA, Arizona (KYMA, KECY) – The search continues for a Chula Vista woman who was last seen on a New Year’s outing in the Imperial Valley.
Her family has now said, “We love you and we just want you home. Come to us at home. ”
They searched the Glamis sand dunes by helicopter last weekend. We will keep you updated as soon as more information is available.
Confusion over the immediate release of migrants leads local officials to seek help from the federal government. The usual protocol for processing immigrants includes health checks related to COVID-19. Jonathan Lines, head of Yuma County, undocumented immigrants are released into the public without processing. More here.
Governor Doug Ducey also sent a letter to the Biden administration regarding the new border policy change. In his letter he expressed concern about the treatment of asylum seekers at the border.
He personally took the opportunity to use our own Crystal Jimenez to crack down on outbreaks and the state prison.
His understanding of the nationwide vaccine scarcity includes rural communities such as Yuma County.
Governor Ducey said, “We know our rural areas need special attention.”
He understands that there must be children in the classroom.
But the reality is that there are still families who don’t like sending their children back.
Nearly 7.2 and 1.4 million doses were administered in California and Arizona, respectively.
Imperial County only makes up 0.28% of the California total, while Yuma County has a higher rate at 2.57% of the California total.
A burglary took place in Yuma. The incidents of a conspiratorial duo are said to have continued since last November. The Yuma Police Department (YPD) has now confirmed that the two have brought their characteristic gimmicks to new parts of the city.
“Your neighborhood may be safe, but unless there is this great wall around your neighborhood that monitors how people go in and out. Anyone can get into this neighborhood, ”said Sgt. Lori Franklin.
On Tuesday morning, 35-year-old Miguel Romero of National City and 32-year-old Irma Magana of Brawley pleaded guilty to murdering 23-year-old Daniella Gonzalez.
Both suspects are due back in court on March 2nd. The judge has also set a date for the bail review for February 26th. They each have a $ 1 million security deposit.