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Queen Creek police investigate suspicious behavior at Mansel Carter

Posted 5/17/24

The Queen Creek Police Department responded to a report of suspicious behavior at Mansel Carter Oasis Park that was circulating on social media.

“On May 14, a community member reported …

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Queen Creek police investigate suspicious behavior at Mansel Carter

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The Queen Creek Police Department responded to a report of suspicious behavior at Mansel Carter Oasis Park that was circulating on social media.

“On May 14, a community member reported individuals believed to be looking at children through binoculars and loitering near the women's restroom. The individuals left the area in a vehicle before police arrived,” a post on the QCPD Facebook page stated.

Upon further investigation, police located the individuals.

“Both are individuals with special needs who were at the park under supervision of a caretaker. The investigation concluded no crime was committed.” QCPD stated.

Police are offering the following safety tips when visiting the town’s parks and trails:

  • Always be alert and aware of your surroundings
  • Always keep children in sight
  • Report suspicious activity or behavior to non-emergency 480-358-3500 and 911 in an emergency