Neighbor feud results in SUV crashed into Pheonix home; Firefighters find bound kids

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PHOENIX, Ariz. -- A long standing feud between neighbors prompted an elderly Phoenix man to ram his SUV into the home of an Arizona Department of Public Safety officer.

The 95-year-old crashed through several parked vehicles then then plowed into the master bedroom.

When he refused to stop the officer pulled his gun and fired warning shots into the vehicle.

Phoenix police arrested the older man.

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PHOENIX, Ariz. -- A shocking find for firefighters called to a mobile home in the town of Guadalupe. 

Three kids were apparently home alone.

Two of the children, an infant and toddler, had their hands and feet duct taped.

Their older sister, between five and seven years old, was not bound.

All three went to the hospital with smoke inhalation.

In something of an understatement, Maricopa County sheriff's detectives call the case "suspicious."