A woman claimed her lover broke her finger. However, it was known that her finger had been broken in an unrelated incident and he wasn't charged. Both parties were intoxicated and counseled by deputies.
Arizona authorities charged rapper Nathaniel Hale (aka Nate Dogg) with gun possession and marijuana possession in April 2002. He pleaded guilty in May 2002 and received probation, community service, and mandatory drug counseling sessions.