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Show Low Police Department
Show Low Public Library
180 N. 9Th St.
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NAZ Today – Northern Arizona’s Live TV News
www.naztoday.com, $reference.date [cached]
Commander Brad Provost of the Show Low Police Department told NAZ Today that at at 7:51 this morning, officers were called to investigate a [...]
Brad Provost ...
www.showlowtv.com, 2 Sept 2008 [cached]
Brad Provost (928) 537-5091
WMICentral - NOTICE INVITING BIDS I. NOTICE OF INVITATION: Show Low Police Department's Range Improvement project
www.wmicentral.com, 27 June 2006 [cached]
5, Persons wishing to examine the range location to gather further information in order to complete their bid may contact Commander Brad Provost at (928) 537-5091.
WMICentral - White Mtn. Independent Home - 10/28/2005 - Show Low modifies voting plan
www.wmicentral.com, 28 Oct 2005 [cached]
"The plan is to take the study back to the Homeland Security board to request funding for implementation," Show Low Police Commander Brad Provost told the council,
WMICentral - White Mtn. Independent Home - 10/21/2005 - One year after fatal dog attack, Show Low tightens law
www.wmicentral.com, 21 Oct 2005 [cached]
Show Low Police Commander Brad Provost said there are a number of penalties that can be applied to owners of dangerous dogs."Owners can be fined for having a dog at large or for creating a public nuisance," Provost said, adding that if the police department impounds a dog at-large the owners are also required to pay a $20 pick-up fee and a $10 per day impound fee.Provost said the fine for creating a public nuisance is "a couple hundred dollars" and that each incident involving a dog causes those fines to increase.