Justin Lum, FOX 10 Phoenix

Justin Lum

FOX 10 Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Justin:

How a homeless encampment grew on private property with Arizonans living out of cars and RVs

There's a growing homeless encampment on a privately owned lot in Phoenix, and we're hearing from the people who live there. "I never thought my life would be like this. I always thought I’d be able to go to work, come home, kids there, be able to celebrate holidays ..." → Read More

Teen girl dies after Coolidge drive-by shooting; 4 suspects arrested

Police say 14-year-old Miyka Crawford was shot in the head just after midnight on Jan. 19. The shooting happened outside a home near Coolidge Avenue and Main Street. → Read More

Motions for sanctions filed against Kari Lake in Maricopa County

Republican Kari Lake has filed an appeal after a judge rejected the challenge of her midterm election defeat to Democrat Katie Hobbs in the Arizona governor's race. → Read More

Murdered & Missing: Why haven’t police searched for Phoenix woman’s remains 3 years later?

In 2019, investigators discovered a bloody crime scene at Luzeia Mathis' Phoenix apartment, but her body has never been found. Three years later, we take a deeper look with a private investigator who says law enforcement hasn't done much digging in this case. → Read More

‘Unacceptable behavior’: USPS employee caught on camera hurling packages into mail truck

A postal worker was caught on camera treating packages badly. As the holiday season kicks off, we know mail carriers will be working around the clock, but this is not the behavior you want to see. FOX 10’s Justin Lum shows us the concerning video in this exclusive report. → Read More

Canyon State Academy addresses concerns after recent teen death, hundreds of calls for service

Canyon State Academy is a private residential school in Queen Creek – it’s also where a 16-year-old boy reportedly suffered a drug overdose and died in October of this year. FOX 10's Justin Lum is taking a deeper look into how the town's police department is impacted in its first year, revealing other possible issues at the academy. → Read More

Renters beware: Online fraud in competitive Arizona housing market is all too familiar – red flags to look for

As the cost of living has gone up quite a bit in the Phoenix metro area, some are attempting to capitalize by targeting those looking for a place to live. We're hearing from a man whose home was fraudulently listed on Zillow, and a woman who was defrauded out of more than $1,000. → Read More

Lori Vallow once again fit to stand trial, judge rules: Latest updates

We're following the latest developments in the case against Lori Vallow, after a judge ruled the former Chandler mother is fit one again fit to stand trial in the murders of her two children and Chad Daybell's ex-wife, Tammy. → Read More

Fears of Fentanyl: Legalized test strip distribution underway in Arizona as synthetic opioid crisis rages on

Fentanyl test strips are helping those battling addictions keep away from the deadly synthetic opioid, which is 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine. We take a look at how these strips work and why they're important in the fight against the drug trafficked mainly from the southern border. → Read More

Tua Tagovailoa head injury sparks nationwide discussion on concussions and sports

If you watched the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals game, you'll know it was a scary situation on the NFL stage when the Dolphins' quarterback was taken off the field on a stretcher due to a head injury. Since then, the incident sparked a nationwide discussion on concussion protocols. → Read More

Phoenix mobile home community residents being told to leave the property

People who live in a mobile home community in the area of 12th Street and Indian School rallied at Phoenix City Hall on Sept. 22. They say they have been told to leave, but the deadline given by the property owner is just too soon, and some say they might not be able to afford rent elsewhere. → Read More

Crimes of 'the Zone': Theft, assaults, drugs, unsanitary conditions plague area of downtown Phoenix tent city

It’s known as “the Zone” and issues like trash, violence, and drugs have been well-documented. We’re taking a deep dive into activity plaguing the largest homeless camp in the Phoenix area and the first responders who are there on average nearly four times per day. → Read More

Sept. 15 marks 3 years since Alicia Navarro vanished from her Glendale home

Sept 15 marks three years since an autistic teen vanished from her home in Glendale. → Read More

PD: Man accused of pulling gun on skateboarder in Gilbert; charges submitted for review

The incident, according to reports, happened over the weekend at a church parking lot. Charges against the suspect, according to Gilbert Police, have been submitted to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office for review. FOX 10's Justin Lum spoke with the suspect. → Read More

Lori Vallow: 'Doomsday Mother' smirked, smiled during court appearance

The case involving Vallow, which first began as the disappearances of her two children with Phoenix area ties - Joshua "JJ" Vallow and Tylee Ryan - has since uncovered a complex sequence of events that have garnered national and international media attention. → Read More

'Baby Holly’: How an Arizona pastor adopted an infant left by nomadic ‘cult’ after parents’ murders

The story of "Baby Holly" has made national headlines and there's a strong Arizona connection to the case. The murder of the child's parents remains unsolved and authorities say a cult could be linked to the crimes. → Read More

Unsolved in Sedona: Decades later, family members frustrated at lack of progress in cold case

The case looking into the 1993 death of a Sedona woman still hasn't been solved. Questions remain as the one person who investigators thought was responsible didn't have enough evidence against him to file charges. This is a look into the cold case of Stephanie Wasilishin. → Read More

Pipeline Fire: Wildfire spreading north of Flagstaff forces evacuations, suspect arrested

The Pipeline Fire sparked just a few miles from Flagstaff on Sunday morning, and court documents reveal it may have been caused by a man who lit his toilet paper on fire after defecating in the forest. → Read More

Pipeline Fire: Wildfire burning north of Flagstaff forces evacuations, suspect arrested

The Pipeline Fire sparked just a few miles from Flagstaff, and court documents reveal it may have been caused by a man who lit his toilet paper on fire after defecating in the forest. → Read More

'City of a Thousand': Arizona lawmaker pushes for sanctioned camps as 'temporary' solution to homeless crisis

As Phoenix, along with other cities in the U.S., deal with a growing homeless problem, there are differing approaches on how to fix the problem. In the final part of a four-part series, we take a look at what leaders are doing in one Texas city to address the crisis, and what one politician in Arizona is proposing. → Read More