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TEMPE, Ariz. - An Arizona music festival was held without problems Sunday, a day after several people were injured when a crowd rushed a stage. Comment?
TEMPE, Ariz. - An Arizona music festival is set to resume for a Kanye West performance after as many as 12 people were injured when a crowd rushed a stage, officials said Sunday. Comment?
By The Associated Press TEMPE, Arizona - Authorities say 10 to 12 people were injured after a crowd rushed the stage during a music festival Saturday night at a park near the city's downtown, KNXV-TV reported . Tempe fire officials tell the station that nine people were taken to a nearby hospital after the incident 7 p.m. at Tempe Beach Park. Comment?
By RYAN J. FOLEY Associated Press IOWA CITY, Iowa - Abandoning a practice that has faced criticism, Taser International will no longer hire police chiefs with whom it has business relationships within weeks or months after they leave public service. The maker of police stun guns and body cameras announced Thursday it would require a one-year "cooling off period" before entering into consulting contracts with former law enforcement officials to promote their experiences using Taser equipment. Comment?
By RYAN J. FOLEY and VIK JOLLY Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Albuquerque's former police chief accepted perks and consulting work from Taser International before and after he helped the company land a lucrative no-bid contract to supply officers with body cameras, the New Mexico state auditor said Thursday. Ray Schultz committed "very substantial violations" of numerous city and state ethics laws in his dealings with Taser and prosecutors should determine whether to bring criminal charges, State Auditor Tim Keller said. Comment?
By RYAN J. FOLEY and VIK JOLLY Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Albuquerque's former police chief potentially violated city and state ethics rules by influencing a no-bid $1.95 million contract to purchase body cameras before going to work as a consultant for the supplier, the New Mexico state auditor reported Thursday. Actions by Ray Schultz and his subordinates strongly suggest Taser International "had an unfair advantage and 'inside track' to city approval" for the 2013 contract, which was then one of the largest municipal purchases of body cameras, State Auditor Timothy Keller wrote in a review. Comment?
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