A recent University of Arizona graduate who now works full-time reporting the news for the Casa Grande Dispatch.
I was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. I previously practiced journalism at the Arizona Daily Wildcat and Arizona Public Media.
I also spent two months doing a radio news internship...
FLAGSTAFF — A 19-year-old Casa Grande man has been indicted on multiple counts of manslaughter after he allegedly crashed into a vehicle while driving the wrong way on Interstate 17 last month, killing four people.The Coconino County Attorney’s Office has obtained the indictment against Carlos E. Quinonez, charging him with four counts of manslaughter, four counts of endangerment, one count of criminal damage and two DUI counts.One of the DUI charges alleges Quinonez had been driving with a...
FLORENCE — Nicolas Castillo was 19 when he pleaded guilty to murder and was sentenced to 24 years in prison.He and his friend, Todd Hoke, were convicted of stabbing 17-year-old Amber Hess to death and disposing her burned body in a rural area near Coolidge.A decade after he committed the crime, the defendant argues his sentencing may have been “unconstitutional” because the state didn’t take into account his young age.Castillo filed a post-conviction relief notice in December, asking the...
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