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Thursday, 25 January 2018 13:32

Bill's Newscast: Suspect at Large Featured

Taco Bell restaurant on Hwy 89A was the location of an attempted robbery.

Road Improvement on Willow Lake Road

Watch for delays on Willow Lake Road due to a road improvement project.  City of Prescott Street Maintenance crews are repairing the curb at the corner of Willow Lake and Willow Creek Roads today through Friday.  The right westbound Willow Lake Road turn lane will be closed at Willow Creek Road.  Work hours are 6 am to 4 pm.  Meanwhile, over in the Dexter neighborhood, installation of the new water main and service lines along Bird, Campbell and Ruth Streets is now complete.  However, testing of the system is ongoing.   Crews are saw cutting the roadway and installing service lines along Dameron Drive from West Hillside Avenue to Whipple Street.  In addition, crews are installing new water main line along Dameron from the Brannen Avenue Intersection to Comfort Avenue.  Work hours are 7 am to 6 pm today through Friday.   

Attempted Cottonwood Robbery at Taco Bell

An attempted Cottonwood robbery suspect is in custody, but the other is still at large.  The incident occurred at the Taco Bell restaurant on Highway 89A just after 11 Sunday night.  The employee handed food out to the suspects when the female driver sprayed pepper spray into his face.  When the employee stepped to the side, the male passenger crawled across the driver and into the drive-thru window.  He struck the victim several times with the butt of his gun.  The suspect was unable to get any money so he fled back out the same window before the driver took off.  Cottonwood Police Sergeant Monica Kuhlt explains the male suspect was located at about 10:30 Tuesday night. Kuhlt says the driver, 36 year old Cottonwood resident Tia Stevens hasn’t been located yet. Anyone who has information on Stevens’ whereabouts is asked to call Cottonwood Police at (928) 649-1397 or Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232.  

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