Sedona woman killed in wreck
The Sedona Police Department reported that Patricia C. Nicholson, 63, of Sedona, was killed in a traffic wreck at the intersection of Arizona 89A and Bristlecone Pines Drive Aug. 25 at about 9 p.m.
According to the police report, Nicholson failed to yield to westbound traffic as she attempted to turn onto Arizona 89A. According to the report, Nicholson's vehicle was struck on the left side by a truck.
Police report that Nicholson was airlifted to St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix with critical injuries and died at approximately 4 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Police report that there were no other injures.
Cottonwood explosive device discovered
The Cottonwood Police Department reported that a pipe bomb was located at a residence in the 1000 block of Main Street in Cottonwood on Aug. 25 at 5 p.m.
According to a police report, Cottonwood police and Department of Public Safety bomb technicians disposed of a black and green flammable powder that was housed in a six-inch long pipe that was one inch in diameter.
Police report that the metal pipe had metal caps at the ends and had two white wires extending from one end. Police report that officers were dispatched to the Sundial Motel in reference to a possible explosive device.
Police report that a person servicing the room discovered the device. Police report that officers are seeking a female by the name of Melissa M. Reiman for questioning. Police report that she was staying in the room for about a month and officers reportedly saw her flee the area in a vehicle with license plate number 116 KAA.