Property Crimes

Author:

Sgt. Clint NorredPublic Affairs Unit

Summary:

The Property Crimes Unit is responsible for the follow-up investigations of: residential and business burglaries, stolen vehicles, arson, narcotics, and firearms.

Last Updated:

12/2/2013

The Property Crimes Unit is responsible for the follow-up investigations of: Residential and business burglaries, stolen vehicles, arson, narcotics, and firearms.

If you have information on a case or questions concerning a case you are involved in, call the detective assigned or e-mail Sgt. Dave Brownlie, the supervisor. If you know the case number, please have it available so we may serve you more efficiently.

Detective       Assignment Telephone#     
Lt. Brian Scanlan Commander (928) 373-4767
Sgt. Dave Brownlie Supervisor (928) 373-4742

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