PHOENIX — After reports of shots being fired on Saturday evening near the Arizona State Fairgrounds, four men were captured and taken into custody. Officers from the Phoenix Police Department who were working at the fair reported hearing gunshots in the neighbourhood. Officers were told by witnesses that they observed the alleged shooters flee the scene in a vehicle shortly after the shooting complaint was made.
After making a traffic stop, the four guys were taken into custody by the officers. The suspects’ vehicle, according to the Phoenix police department, had firearms. According to the police, there have been no reports of injuries or damage to property at this time. The circumstances that led up to the incident are currently being investigated by the officers.
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People in Arizona are given the opportunity to send in tips and provide information about crimes that are taking place in their respective communities through the Silent Witness programme. The programme disseminates information on unsolved felony cases through a variety of channels, including television, radio, and social media platforms.
In order to submit a tip, anyone who knows anything about a crime or who recognises a suspect identified by the programme is urged to call the Silent Witness hotline at (480) 948-6377, visit the Silent Witness website online, or download the Silent Witness app. Anyone who provides a tip will have their identity concealed from others who read it.
Calls placed to Silent Witness are always taken and answered by a real person, and tips can be sent in at any hour of the day or night. After being received, tips are forwarded to the detective or detectives who are in charge of a particular investigation. A reward of up to $1,000 is available to anybody who provides information that ultimately leads to an arrest or indictment in the case.