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Here are the biggest Arizona stories from Aug. 5-6

PHOENIX — Arizona lawmakers arrest California woman for driving with over 100 pounds of drugs, search for missing Queen Creek girl gone missing while hiking Arizona woman found dead

Here are some of the biggest news headlines in the Arizona news cycle over the weekend.

California woman arrested for selling more than £110 of drugs in Arizona

Arizona Department of Public Safety investigators arrested a California woman in late June for driving with more than 100 pounds of drugs, according to a statement Friday.

The Arizona federal attorney’s office announced last week that 34-year-old Martha Angulo was charged with drug possession.

Police said she was caught driving on Interstate 8 in Yuma County on June 29.

Authorities ask for help in search of Queen Creek girl

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help in the search for the teenage girl.

Reina Agundez, 14, has been missing since around 2 p.m. Wednesday. She was last seen in the Sossaman Road and Riggs Road areas of Queen Creek.

Agundez is described as a Caucasian girl who is 5ft 8 tall, weighs 125 pounds, and has dark hair and brown eyes. When she was last seen, she was wearing dark trainers and a backpack. She reportedly suffers from depression.

Arizona woman found dead after missing while hiking

Authorities confirmed they found the body of Jessica Lindstrom on Friday night.

Lindstrom, 34, was last seen in the 51st Drive and Deam Hills Parkway area, police said.

She left for a hike to Deam Hills Recreation Area around 8:30 a.m. but did not return, prompting police to issue a missing persons alert around 5:30 p.m.

Police investigating incident at Arizona Mills mall in Tempe

Police said Saturday afternoon they were investigating an assault at the Arizona Mills Mall in Tempe. ABC15.

Officials told ABC 15 they received a call about the incident around 5 p.m.

When police arrived, the man was found hit and fell with a cut to his head.

Mexican man arrested for trafficking £128 of meth in Arizona

A federal grand jury last week indicted a 20-year-old man from Mexico for trying to distribute methamphetamine in Arizona, according to the Arizona federal prosecutor’s office.

Rudy Vazquez Cervantes’ car was loaded with more than 128 pounds of methamphetamine, his office said Friday. He allegedly hid the drug under the floor between the back seat and trunk of the car.

Convictions for possessing and selling methamphetamine carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison, the agency said. This includes a $1 million fine and lifelong supervised release.

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