Early life. Arpaio was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, on June 14, 1932, to Italian parents, both from Lacedonia, Italy. Arpaio's mother died while giving birth to him, and he was raised by his father, who ran an Italian grocery store. Arpaio completed high school and worked in his father's business until age 18 when he enlisted in the United States Army.
Joe Arpaio, the former Maricopa County sheriff known for his hard-line immigration tactics, says he's running for Senate
Arpaio was scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 5 after being convicted of contempt of court.
It’s Joe Arpaio’s Party Now. January 11, 2018. The controversial ex-sheriff says the GOP has moved in his direction—and that he’s jumping into the Arizona Senate race to support Trump and his agenda.
Joe Arpaio, 85, was found guilty last month of criminal contempt for violating the terms of a 2011 court order in a racial profiling case.
U.S. Senate hopeful Joe Arpaio, 85, who boasted of being “America’s Toughest Sheriff” while holding the office in Maricopa County, Arizona for 24 years, has had a few run-ins with the law himself, including a conviction for criminal contempt by a federal court in July 2017. Although ...
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) is a law enforcement agency in Maricopa County, Arizona that was involved in a number of controversies between 1995 and 2017. It is the largest sheriff's office in the state of Arizona and provides general and specialized law enforcement to unincorporated areas of Maricopa County, serving as the primary law enforcement for unincorporated areas of the ...
President Donald Trump pardoned ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio after he was convicted of violating a federal court order. Here's how Arpaio got to be so notorious.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio Wants to Be President Trump’s Best Friend in the Senate Six months ago, ‘America’s Toughest Sheriff’ was saved from a potential jail sentence by President Trump.
We take you through the saga of Joe Arpaio's legal controversies stemming from his illegal-immigration crackdown.