P1 Photo of the Week: On top of 'A' mountain
This week's photo comes from P1 Member Officer Steve Tucker of the Tempe (Ariz.) Police Department, who writes, "Our town is the home to Arizona State University. A famous landmark in our town is 'A' mountain, or Hayden Butte, which is its proper name. It's named 'A' mountain because there is a large cement 'A' on the side of the mountain (for ASU) that can be seen for miles. The mountain is located directly behind our main police headquarters building. There is a road that goes up to the top of the mountain that can only be accessed by Police or other government agencies. I got a call at the top of the mountain of some transients smoking dope, so I was able to drive up the road. No dope smoking transients were found, but I was able to snap this photo while I was up there. I like this photo because it shows the 'Tempe Town Lake' and the 'Hayden Flour Mill,' which our famous downtown 'Mill Ave.' is named after."
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