Free smoke/carbon monoxide detectors are available at the Coolidge Fire Dept. Check in at the Office is required before entering the PW yard gates.You must be a Coolidge homeowner and fill out a form to obtain 1-2 free detectors. When a Coolidge Police Officer observes a citizen actively caring for people in the community, the officer will provide the citizen with a uniquely serialized green AC4P wristband to immediately recognize the citizen for their act of caring within the City of Coolidge.At issue during the trial was the fact that under Arizona law, the definition of “sexual contact” applicable to the charges brought against Holle was “any direct or indirect touching, fondling or manipulating of any part of the genitals, anus or female breast by any part of the body or by any object or causing a person to engage in such contact.” That definition does not require any sexual intent, but Arizona law also specifies that for the charges brought against Holle, “it is a defense to a prosecution that the defendant was not motivated by a sexual interest.” Before trial, Holle asked the court to instruct the jury that in order for them to find him guilty, the State must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that there was a sexual motivation behind his actions and not require him to prove a lack of sexual motivation.The trial court disagreed with Holle, and the jury found him guilty of child molestation and sexual abuse of a minor.
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As recent ruling from the Supreme Court of the State of Arizona pertained to the criminal case of Jerry Charles Holle, whose eleven year-old step-granddaughter told a friend, and then the police, that Holle had inappropriately touched and kissed her.
The State charged Holle with sexual abuse of a minor under age fifteen, sexual conduct with a minor, and child molestation.
MARICOPA — Beginning Monday, Sun Life Maricopa Center for Women will hold a wellness class on the second Monday of every month from 6 to 7 p.m. Danielle Jennings will provide free education and facts, give health tips and answer questions on health, wellness and prevention activities.
This week’s topic: “It’s That Time of the Month — Well Women 101.” The class is open to the public.