PHOENIX - For the first time since the controversial pardon, former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is speaking to ABC15.Arpaio tells us, he found out about the pardon just a few hours before the rest of the world did when the White House made the announcement late Friday.Supporters were quick to commend President Trump and critics were swift in their responses as well, including Arizona Senator John McCain.McCain released a statement, blasting President Donald Trump's decision, saying in...
PHOENIX - Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is speaking out to ABC15 for the first about the possibility President Donald Trump may pardon him.Last month, Arpaio was convicted of contempt of court for failing to follow a judge's orders to stop his immigration patrols. In a phone interview with ABC15, Arpaio said he could not confirm whether he's spoken to the Commander in Chief or his camp about the possibility of a pardon, but he did say he'd accept it if it was given to him.
For the first time since pleading guilty to extreme DUI, Mesa City Councilmember Ryan Winkle is opening up in a sit-down interview about what happened that night in May.Wednesday night, Winkle reported to Tent City for the last time. Upon his release, he'll begin 49 days of house arrest as well as face fines. "It was embarrassing...it was terrible. "That's how Winkle describes the Tempe police body camera video that captured his arrest.He was busted for drunk driving.
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