Bill's Newscast: Cottonwood Police Investigate 2-Liter Soda Bottle Bombs

30 October 2018  
2 Liter soda bottle bombs found in Cottonwood area.

Cottonwood Police have many questions after 2 suspicious items were found by residents yesterday morning.

Detectives believe these items were 2 liter soda bottle bombs, one of which exploded. Sergeant Monica Kuhlt says detectives are trying to determine who put them together, what accelerant was used and why they did this. Kuhlt explains it’s not known why no one in the area of East Mingus Avenue reported hearing the blast. A fire crew on scene detonated the second device and it was seized as evidence.The investigation is ongoing.

Clarkdale Police are alerting area residents of a spoofing scam.

Earlier this month, Clarkdale Police received a report that their phone number had been spoofed in an attempt to get money.The suspect supposedly identified themselves as a police employee and told the reporting party that she had a warrant and needed to pay it.Caller ID spoofing is when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your display to disguise their identity.Spoofing is often used as part of an attempt to trick someone into giving away valuable personal information.The Clarkdale Police Department wants people to know they don’t call citizens to solicit money for warrant payments or otherwise. If you receive a call like this, report it at (928) 634-2921 or to your local law enforcement agency.

Watch for overnight delays due to paving on Willow Creek Road.

The paving got started early last Thursday morning with milling operations at Green Lane.Yesterday morning, lane closures and milling operations started at Mitchell Road to Green.At 2 tomorrow morning, lane closures and milling operations are scheduled to begin at Mitchell and continue in the center lane to Green.Asphalt placement is scheduled for 8 am and will continue until the lane to Mitchell is complete.City of Prescott officials say one lane of traffic will be open in each direction on Willow Creek Road at all times.Lane configurations will change as the paving operations change.Some turning movements or access to and from Willow Creek may be restricted during milling and paving as equipment and new asphalt is placed at driveways and intersections.Work is scheduled for completion later this fall, weather conditions permitting.

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