Infamous Arizonans and Criminals
Jodi Arias was the central figure in a four-month televised trial in Phoenix, AZ. She was accused of savagely killing her boyfriend. She was found guilty of first degree murder.
Robert William Fisher
Robert Fisher is accused of murdering his wife and two children in Scottsdale, Arizona. Help find Robert William Fisher.
Warren Jeffs, the leader of a polygamous sect known as the Fundamentalist Latter Day Saints, hit the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list for his actions in Colorado City, AZ.
Bishop Thomas J. O'Brien
The Bishop has certainly had a bad year, between allegations of cover-ups of priests that sexually abuse children, and a hit-and-run fatality with his personal vehicle.
Billy the Kid
One of the the Desert Southwest's most prolific killers. He fought in at least 16 shootouts, killed at least 4 men himself, and assisted in the murder of at least 5 others.
Joe Bonnano became one of the youngest Mafia crime family bosses. He lived out the last years of his life in Tucson, Arizona where he died in 2002.
The former California Congressman who, in 2001, as linked to the disappearance and death of Chandra Levy, a former intern. Condit had an affair with her, but was never officially accused of murder. He now resides in Scottsdale.
Said to be the first woman to rob a stagecoach. She subsequently escaped from jail.
Sammy "The Bull" Gravano
Leader of an Arizona crime syndicate involved in trafficking the drug Ecstasy.
Winnie Ruth Judd
Two young women in downtown Phoenix were shot to death by their former roommate, Winnie Ruth Judd. Someone also devised a plan to hack the bodies into pieces so that they would fit neatly into shipping trunks for tidy disposal. "The Trunk Murderess" case still poses some questions.