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Two articles: the first about a case on the shooting of a Mexican teenager and the second alleging crime dropped in Phoenix, Ariz,. after it dropped its sanctuary city status.

http://www.kgun9.com/news/local-news/cross-border-shooting-prosecutors-wont-dispute-teen-was-throwing-rocks 

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/06/30/crime-drops-in-phoenix-after-city-drops-sanctuary-city-status-former-cops-say.html 

The Cochise County Corral of the Westerners has moved to Schieffelin Hall on Fremont Street at 4th in Tombstone. Visitors are welcome!

Bill Cavaliere will be speaking about "The Surrenders of the Apaches - A Photographic Perspective." at 7 P.M., Thursday, July 6, before the Cochise County Corral of the Westerners in Tombstone's Schieffelin Hall. Bill has visited the sites where associated with Geronimo's surrender both in Mexico and Arizona and the places where C.S. Fly took his famous photographs. He has added many new photos as well. Bill has recovered many old photos of the various Apache surrenders. He is the president of the Cochise County Historical Society and a member of the board of the Southern Chapter of the Arizona Historical Society.The Corral meets at 7 p.m. first Thursday of each month at Schieffelin Hall, Fremont St., Tombstone. Come and see this wonderful, historic theater built in 1882. There is an optional 5-ish pre-meeting dinner at the Longhorn Restaurant, Allen St., Tombstone. Call or email ahead so we can tell the restaurant how many to expect. This is Cochise County's corral and all are welcome. For more information contact Sheriff Doug Hocking (doug@doughocking.com), 378-1833, or Christine Rhodes at 432-5836. Everyone is invited.