Above are the general locations of thefts near Queen Creek reported Nov. 16-20 to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.
Incidents investigated by PCSO included:
Theft --- bicycle, reported at …
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Above are the general locations of thefts near Queen Creek reported Nov. 16-20 to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.Incidents investigated by PCSO included:
The PCSO incidents are from communitycrimemap.com.