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A suspect in a shooting Friday across the street from Park Place mall turned himself in to police Saturday afternoon, a Tucson police spokesman said.

Robert Steven Balderrama, 19, was booked into the Pima County jail on suspicion of one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and one count of aggravated assault with serious physical injury, said Sgt. Pete Dugan in a news release.

Police had released a photo earlier Saturday, from surveillance video taken near the scene. Balderrama turned himself in \u201cafter learning that his photograph had been posted throughout social media and on the news,\u201d Dugan said.

The man who was shot is hospitalized with injuries listed as nonlife-threatening, Dugan said.

The shooting occurred about 4 p.m. in the 5900 block of East Broadway, across the street from the mall near a jewelry store. The mall is on the south side of Broadway, west of South Wilmot Road.

Detectives were able to interview the wounded man at a hospital, where he was driven by a woman he was with before police arrived at the scene.

The victim and the suspect were involved in a verbal dispute near the mall and eventually walked across the street, Dugan said Saturday. \u201cAs the altercation continued, one of the men brandished a handgun and shot the other man multiple times.\u201d

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Tucson police have released details in the investigation of a man who allegedly defrauded a nonprofit agency he worked for out of nearly $10,000.

Rafael Zavala was arraigned in Pima County Superior Court on April 15 and has been charged with 31 felonies relating to forging time sheets and mileage reimbursements while working for CODAC Behavioral Health Services, court documents show.

From June 2014 to July 2015, Zavala, who worked in the technical support department, forged his supervisor\u2019s signatures on nearly 90 percent of his mileage reimbursements and on-call pay requests, according to the Tucson police report. In total, Zavala defrauded CODAC out of roughly $9,300, police documents show.

His boss became suspicious last June and put Zavala on administrative leave while CODAC conducted an investigation. When confronted about the situation, Zavala maintained that his supervisor had signed the forms. He was terminated the next day, according to the police report.

In August, CODAC\u2019s attorney began sending Zavala letters, offering to let him pay the debt in installments, as opposed to a lump sum. After more than six months with no reply, CODAC contacted Tucson police in March.

Zavala has a court hearing scheduled for next month.

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A former Tucson police officer who was fired after he admitted to being a customer of a long-running prostitution ring, has surrendered his state license for police work, officials said.

On Wednesday, the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board accepted a consent agreement with Jesus Maldonado, allowing him to relinquish his peace officer certification, said board spokeswoman Sandy Sierra.

Maldonado resigned from the department in April 2015, at the start of an internal affairs investigation into the involvement of multiple officers with two illegal massage parlors, \u201cBy Spanish\u201d and \u201cDaisy\u2019s Delights,\u201d police documents show.

In July, the department changed the disposition of his employment to terminated, after the investigation was completed, according to the documents.

An internal affairs report said Maldonado spent 19 months using various illegal massage services advertised on the website Backpage.com, and contacted the businesses 40 times, via call or text message. He told investigators that he was concerned about being robbed when he went to his appointments, so he always checked the addresses before making an appointment.

Maldonado admitted to having sex with three different women he found on the site, paying between $120 and $150 each time, the document says. He told the women that he worked for the Air Force and lied about his name in order to avoid being caught. He told investigators he knew his actions were wrong, the report said.

As a result of his surrendering his certification, Maldonado is barred from working in law enforcement in Arizona.

In July, four other Tucson police officers and a crime scene technician were also fired for their involvement with the prostitution ring. A sergeant who resigned when the internal affairs investigation begin, Michael McGuire, also had his status changed to terminated. In January, McGuire surrendered his certification to the AZPOST.

In the past several months, the board has initiated proceedings against four of the other fired officers \u2014 Nathaniel Luttrell, Daniel Santa Cruz, Martin Walker and Vincent Valenzuela .

Proceedings against Sierra Vista officer

At Wednesday\u2019s meeting, the board also decided to initiate proceedings against Sierra Vista police Officer Alexander Roy, after an internal investigation revealed he had an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old girl, AZPOST documents show.

In early 2015, a woman filed several serious complaints with the Cochise County Sheriff\u2019s Office in regards to her daughter\u2019s alleged relationship with Roy, the document said.

An investigation by the sheriff\u2019s office concluded that while Roy had not broken the law, his contact with the girl was inappropriate. \u201cIt was clear to the department that Roy, an adult male, had an inappropriate relationship with a minor female,\u201d the document says. \u201cThis includes inappropriately slapping her buttocks, spending time with her alone and picking her up in his patrol vehicle while on-duty and without supervisory approval.\u201d

Between July 2012 and June 2014, Roy committed five violations of department policy, and in conjunction with the findings of the investigation, he was fired for demonstrating a pattern of poor judgment, the document says.

Roy appealed his termination with the city of Sierra Vista, and a hearing officer decided the punishment was too severe. Roy was reinstated after an 80-hour suspension without pay, according to the document.

The board will send a formal letter to Roy, who will have the option of a hearing with an administrative law judge.

As a result of the AZPOST decision, Roy has been placed on administrative duty, until the board reaches a final decision, said Sierra Vista Police Chief, Adam Thrasher.

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A former Pima County sheriff\u2019s deputy is barred from working as a peace officer in the state, and another is at risk of losing his certification, officials said.

The Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Board voted Wednesday to revoke John McClendon Jr.\u2019s state license for police work, said Sandy Sierra, AZPOST spokeswoman.

In April and September 2015, McClendon failed breath tests after starting his shift, according to AZPOST documents obtained through a public records request.

When McClendon was confronted by supervisors during the April incident, he said he\u2019d drank a bottle of tequila and six beers between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. that morning, then drove to work in his department vehicle, the document says.

As a result, he was suspended for 15 days, reassigned to the civil division, ordered to complete alcohol counseling and subjected to monthly random breath tests, according to the document.

In September, McClendon failed a breath test after arriving for work after returning from a two-week vacation. He resigned later that day.

officer demoted in lieu of firing

Another former deputy, Warren Croft, is also facing the loss of his certification, after the state board voted to initiate proceedings against him, Sierra said.

Croft resigned from the sheriff\u2019s department in July 2014 after investigators found he had falsified a police report, leading to a man\u2019s arrest on domestic violence charges, AZPOST documents show.

In January 2014, Croft began a relationship with the woman who cut his hair and who was in the process of divorcing her husband. In February, Croft created a false department report of a domestic dispute between the woman and her husband, which led to charges being filed against the man, according to the documents.

A week later, Croft responded to the couple\u2019s home to assist while the husband removed his personal belongings, even though the man had requested Croft not be there.

In May, the husband filed a complaint against Croft with the sheriff\u2019s department, saying the deputy had acted in an \u201cunauthorized and biased manner against him\u201d because of the relationship, the documents state.

At the conclusion of the department\u2019s investigation, Croft was voluntarily demoted to corrections officer in lieu of termination, but resigned before working a jail shift, the document said.

A formal complaint will be mailed to Croft, who may choose to have a hearing with an administrative law judge, Sierra said.

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Tucson residents are now just a smartphone application away from receiving trained assistance from a bystander if they suffer a cardiac emergency in a public location.

The Tucson Fire Department announced Wednesday its participation in the PulsePoint community, which connects citizens with CPR-trained members of the public and information about nearby automated external defibrillators.

The smartphone app allows Tucson residents who are trained in CPR and the use of AEDs, and who have indicated their willingness to respond to an emergency to get an alert on their smartphones if someone near them is having a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest .

Public safety agencies have to partner with PulsePoint because the alerts are sent based on calls to the departments\u2019 dispatchers. However, anyone who has CPR training can download the phone app and receive the alerts.

When a call for help is received by public safety dispatcher, the 911 system notifies PulsePoint, which alerts nearby trained bystanders, generally within walking distance of the patient, with a map and GPS directions to the victim, and the location of the nearest AED.

In many cases, the victim can receive help from trained bystanders before paramedics arrive. The alert does not give personal details of the person having the cardiac emergency.

Rural/Metro Fire Department personnel have been using PulsePoint, and nine other departments have recently signed on, ensuring that 95 percent of the greater Tucson area is covered, said Assistant Tucson Fire Chief Joe Gulotta.

In addition, roughly 1,000 Pima County sheriff\u2019s deputies and corrections officers will download the app and will be available to help in a CPR emergency, even when they\u2019re off duty.

In February 2014, Michael Chaison collapsed from a heart attack on a Salpointe Catholic High School athletic field.

Within minutes, bystanders administered CPR and used an external defibrilator to shock his heart, before paramedics arrived and transported him to a hospital.

Chaison said he was clinically dead on the field, but the quick action of the people around him saved his life.

Over the past several years, the nonprofit Steven M. Gootter Foundation has donated more than 200 AEDs to Tucson-area schools and agencies \u2014 including the defibrillator that was used on Chaison at Salpointe.

Roughly 1,000 people nationwide die every day from sudden cardiac arrest, and citizens being notified of a nearby emergency will be of great help, officials say.

\u201cTime counts, and the first 10 minutes (after a cardiac event) is critical time,\u201d said foundation president Andrew Messing. \u201cThere will be lives that can be saved with this app.\u201d

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A Pima County jury awarded a Tucson man $650,000 in damages last month for injuries caused when he was bitten by a Sheriff\u2019s Department dog during a traffic stop, documents show.

Brian McDonald was bitten on the leg on Nov. 13, 2013. The department said McDonald was driving his vehicle in the wrong lane of traffic and almost crashed into a deputy\u2019s marked vehicle, court records show.

The deputy unsuccessfully tried to stop McDonald. When he couldn\u2019t, he called in to report he was pursuing a suspected drunken driver. Another deputy, Joseph Klein, responded to assist with his canine, Barry.

McDonald stopped his car, but then drove away, stopping a second time after three of his tires were punctured by traffic spikes, records show.

When McDonald got out of the car, he was unsteady on his feet, didn\u2019t speak and didn\u2019t follow any commands.

\u201cThere is no evidence that (McDonald) threatened force, acted aggressively, or reached for a weapon,\u201d Pima County Superior Court Judge Catherine Woods wrote in a Feb. 10 document. \u201cDeputy Klein used Barry to apprehend (McDonald) at some point after (he) got out of the car and failed to follow commands.\u201d

McDonald, who is a diabetic, wasn\u2019t drunk, but was suffering from extremely low blood sugar, documents show.

The Pima County Attorney\u2019s Office declined to file unlawful flight charges against McDonald, saying there was insufficient evidence.

In May 2014, McDonald sued the county, alleging that Klein acted negligently and used excessive force by releasing Barry.

The county asserted that because the deputies were conducting a stop on a suspected DUI driver who had attempted to flee, Klein was \u201cengaged in the statutorily-imposed law-enforcement duties,\u201d and that the county should not be held liable.

After a weeklong trial that included dozens of pieces of evidence and multiple witnesses, the jury found Klein to be 95 percent at fault, according to the March 3 court document. The jury decided that McDonald was at fault for the other 5 percent.

It wasn\u2019t immediately clear if Pima County is appealing the judgment.

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A Tucson man has been charged with dozens of fraud-related felonies for allegedly forging time cards while working for a local nonprofit, documents show.

On April 7, a Pima County grand jury indicted Rafael Arturo Zavala on 31 counts of forgery, theft and fraudulent schemes, according to court documents.

Zavala was employed at CODAC Behavioral Health Services and worked as a systems administrator, according to his LinkedIn page.

The court documents say that between June 2014 and July 2015, Zavala falsely reported on time sheets and mileage reimbursements, defrauding CODAC of between $4,000 and $25,000.

Zavala is scheduled to appear in court Friday, April 15.

A representative of CODAC was not immediately available for comment.

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Authorities have identified the man killed in an early-morning shooting on Tucson\u2019s southeast side Friday, officials say.

Jesus Santos, 30, was pronounced dead at the scene, said Pima County Sheriff Chris Nanos.

Deputies received reports of shots fired in the 3200 block of East Alvord Road, and found Santos lying outside his vehicle with multiple gunshot wounds, department spokesman Ryan Inglett said.

Medics arrived and first aid was rendered to Santos, who was pronounced dead.

Santos\u2019 car was parked outside the home of a coworker, whom Santos was picking up for work when a confrontation ensued, Nanos said.

A friend of Santos called 911 to report the shooting. Neighbors said they heard multiple gunshots at about 4:20 a.m.

The suspect is still at large, and anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

The area is in a neighborhood near East Drexel and South Country Club roads.

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The Maricopa County Attorney\u2019s Office has declined to file charges against Pima County Sheriff Chris Nanos relating to an alleged assault in February.

On March 7, Sgt. Kevin Kubitskey told TPD detectives he had been assaulted by Nanos on Feb. 26 at the Fraternal Order of Police lodge, police reports say.

On Friday, Tucson police released the full report into the aggravated assault complaint filed against Nanos

The incident occurred at a question-and-answer session with members of the Pima County Deputy Sheriff\u2019s Association and the Fraternal Order of Police, in anticipation of the upcoming election.

Kubitskey told police that at the end of the meeting, he approached Nanos to speak privately.

During the conversation, which became heated, Nanos poked him on the chest multiple times, then slapped him on the arm, the police report said.

Police interviewed Deputy Jeremy Butcher, who said he\u2019d seen the confrontation and witnessed Nanos poking Kubitskey, the report said.

Prior to his interview, Butcher signed a notarized statement confirming Kubitskey\u2019s version of the events.

Several other sheriff\u2019s department employees who attended the meeting were also interviewed, and told detectives they didn\u2019t witness the confrontation, the report said.

Leading up to the alleged assault, Kubitskey and Nanos had previous confrontations in the cafeteria at headquarters, according to the report.

When interviewed by police the day after the complaint was filed, Nanos said that prior to the conversation it had become obvious that Kubitskey was mad at him.

Nanos said that for that reason, he put his hand on Kubitskey\u2019s arm or chest and said that their feelings for one another shouldn\u2019t affect the members of the department, the report said.

Kubitskey agreed and told Nanos that he wasn\u2019t mad at Nanos, then Nanos patted him on the shoulder and left.

Nanos confirmed the report of previous confrontations in the cafeteria, but said he\u2019d already apologized, the report said.

Police also interviewed Fraternal Order of Police president Sgt. Tyke Manoleas, who said Kubitskey told him he\u2019d reported the assault to the FBI.

Detectives downgraded the complaint before sending the investigation to the prosecutor\u2019s office.

\u201cToday I was informed by our union attorney that the Maricopa County Attorney\u2019s Office has declined to file charges, despite the fact that there was a witness to the event,\u201d Kubitskey said. \u201cAny investigator knows that if you have an individual yelling and touching someone, that fits the statute for assault.\u201d

Kubitskey said he reported the event to the county Board of Supervisors, and also told the FBI, since he had been notified that he was a witness in an investigation against Nanos.

The Star previously reported that the FBI was investigating members of the department, including Nanos, for possible violations relating to use of public funds.

\u201cI knew there was no assault,\u201d Nanos said. \u201cI hope Kevin didn\u2019t create this in his head, but for whatever reason, he decided he was assaulted.\u201d

Nanos said that he thinks Kubitskey is a good man, has known him for years and even visited him in the hospital when he suffered a blood clot years ago.

\u201cI welcome the opportunity to sit down with Kevin and discuss this, but he\u2019ll have to come to me,\u201d Nanos said. \u201cI just want to move on, and I hope someday we both can.\u201d

Nanos previously told the Star that he believed the complaint to be politically motivated, as Kubitskey had previously filed complaints against him with various departments and agencies.

Since Kubitskey took over as president of the deputies\u2019 union in September, negotiations over deputy and corrections officer pay have fallen apart, Nanos said in March.

The Star sent a public records request for the report to the police department on March 7, but was only given a portion of the initial report, which lacked details.

In the following weeks the Star\u2019s attorney, Dan Barr, sent multiple letters to Lisa Judge, the police department\u2019s lawyer, in an attempt to obtain the document.

It took more than a month before police released the full report.

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Tucson police are investigating a crash on the south side Wednesday in which the driver was found dead inside the car.

The driver was identified as Robert I. Martinez, 21. The incident is being investigated as a \u201csuspicious death,\u201d said Sgt. Pete Dugan, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.

Foul play is not suspected, but investigators were trying to determine if other factors were involved in the death. Investigators were unable to say Wednesday whether the crash caused Martinez\u2019s death, said Dugan.

The crash was discovered about noon by a passer-by at West 44th Street and South 12th Avenue, near Pueblo Magnet High School.

A preliminary investigation shows that Martinez was driving the car north on 12th Avenue and was approaching 44th Street when he crashed through a chain-link fence and hit a wall inside a yard, Dugan said.

Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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Two women accused of running a Tucson prostitution business that was part of a years-long investigation by police are now facing multiple felony charges, documents show.

Stephanie Garcia, 24, is facing eight felony charges, including illegal control of an enterprise, money laundering, maintaining a house of prostitution and receiving the earnings of a prostitute, according to Pima County Superior Court documents filed last week.

She has also been charged with two felonies for encouraging women to lead a life of prostitution.

Miranda Gomez, 31, has also been charged with illegal control of an enterprise and receiving the earnings of a prostitute.

During the Tucson Police Department\u2019s lengthy investigation into a ring of massage parlors, Garcia was identified as the operator of \u201cDaisy\u2019s Delights.\u201d Gomez was found to be the \u201cbooker,\u201d taking appointments and communicating with clients, police documents show.

The investigation showed that several police employees knew of or were customers of the massage parlors.

Arrest warrants were issued for Garcia and Gomez on March 22, and both were taken into custody and booked into the county jail earlier this week, according to court records.

Carlos Medina, who is listed on court documents as Garcia\u2019s attorney, declined to comment. Gomez is being represented by the Pima County Legal Defender\u2019s Office.

Police began investigating a string of illegal massage parlors, \u201cBy Spanish,\u201d in November of 2011. During the course of their investigation, they learned that Garcia was a former employee of By Spanish, and had left the business and started one of her own, according to police documents.

Garcia is believed to have been operating \u201cDaisy\u2019s Delights\u201d for at least two years, until police raided four locations affiliated with the business in January 2015, court documents show.

Police seized evidence of prostitution activities from three of the properties and discovered a marijuana grow house in the fourth, according to the police report.

Last April, Garcia\u2019s husband and the homeowner, Christopher Gastelum, pleaded guilty to a low-level felony relating to the possession of marijuana for sale, court documents show.

On the day that police executed the search warrants on the Daisy\u2019s Delights locations, multiple locations affiliated with By Spanish were also raided, according to police reports.

The alleged operators, Clarissa Lopez and Ulises Ruiz, have also been charged with multiple felonies and will appear in court later this month.

During the investigation into the businesses, investigators discovered that 10 Tucson police employees had knowledge of or were customers of the businesses.

Eight employees lost their jobs as a result, and several of the officers are now at risk of losing their state peace officer certifications.

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After months of negotiating for salary increases, the unions representing Pima County sheriff\u2019s deputies might have hit a wall.

County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry said last week he won\u2019t recommend an increase in pay for the county\u2019s law enforcement officers.

\u201cGiven that county employees have received less compensation than law enforcement (during the past nine years,) I will not support ... salary increases that treat one class of county employee different than others,\u201d he wrote in a memo to the Board of Supervisors.

Since last summer, the Pima County Deputy Sheriff\u2019s Association and the Fraternal Order of Police have been asking the Pima County Board of Supervisors to follow through on increases in salary, or \u201cstep increases,\u201d that employees were promised years ago.

\u201cBased on numerous call to the public discussions and apparent union pressure during an election year, there appears to be an expectation there will be significant salary adjustments in the ... 2016/17 budget,\u201d Huckelberry wrote.

With changes to the state\u2019s budget and pending legislation, the county will be receiving less money from the state, which makes large pay increases an unrealistic expectation, he wrote.

In December, the sheriff\u2019s department proposed an adjustment to the department\u2019s pay package.

In response, the deputies\u2019 union proposed its plan, saying the department\u2019s plan would actually cost employees money.

Both proposals would cost the county more than $17 million, resulting in the need for a property tax rate increase of 23 cents, Huckelberry wrote.

Whether there will be any salary increases for county employees has yet to be decided.

\u201cIt\u2019s all going to depend on how much state transfers cost us this year,\u201d Huckelberry said Tuesday.

Cost transfers from the state to county peaked at $103 million last year, and the county\u2019s liability to the State Aid to Education has since increased by $7.4 million, he said.

\u201cWith cost transfers like these, any kind of salary increases are extremely difficult.\u201d

For more than a year, the Deputy Sheriff\u2019s Association has been working with individual board members and human resources director Allyn Bulzomi in regards to salary issues, said Kevin Kubitskey, president of the association.

\u201cMr. Huckelberry has known about the pay plan costs for over a year, yet continued to negotiate and discuss pay plans with us,\u201d Kubitskey said. \u201cFor him to sit back and say that negotiations won\u2019t go forward, why did he even discuss it to begin with?\u201d

While he respects and understands the position that Huckelberry is in, the board members are the ones who make the final decision when it comes to salary increases, Kubitskey said.

\u201cWe have faith that the board members will do the right thing when it comes to deputy pay.\u201d

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A woman is facing aggravated assault in a Monday crash that critically injured a teen riding a motorcycle in midtown, police said.

Christina Gee, 39, was booked into the Pima County jail on suspicion of aggravated assault and felony criminal damage, said Officer Daniel Lucas, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.

Gee was impaired by alcohol, said Lucas, adding that officers conducted a DUI investigation. The charges resulted from the investigation, said Lucas.

The 17-year-old motorcyclist remains in critical condition at a local hospital.

The motorcyclist was traveling west on East Golf Links Road approaching South Sahuara Avenue. An SUV, driven by Gee, was traveling east and made a lefthand turn heading northbound in front of the motorcyclist, said Lucas.

The motorcyclist, who was wearing a helmet, struck the passenger side of the SUV, Lucas said.

Gee remained at the scene.

The teen was treated by Tucson Fire Department paramedics and taken to the hospital.

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A Tucson man was arrested Monday in San Manuel after he fled from deputies and crashed into an ambulance, authorities said.

Anthony Sanchez, 33, was booked into the Pinal County jail and is facing suspicion of unlawful flight, DUI, extreme DUI, driving on a revoked license, hit and run and criminal speeding, said Mark Clark, a Pinal County Sheriff's Office spokesman, in a news release.

About 5:30 p.m., a man was being pursued by a deputy while speeding on Redington Road near San Manuel, said Clark.

During the chase, the driver crashed a 2008 Buick sedan into a Rural/Metro ambulance and fled the scene. The ambulance was sideswiped when the driver tried to pass the ambulance, reaching up 100 mph during the chase, said Sheriff Paul Babeu, in the news release.

No one in the ambulance was injured, Babeu said.

Deputies continued following the sedan through the town of San Manuel until the driver and a passenger abandoned the vehicle on East Webb Drive near Main Street, Clark said.

After a short foot chase, the driver was taken into custody. The passenger remains at large, said Clark.

Investigators found alcohol in the suspect's car, said authorities. Sanchez told investigators that he was drinking and driving, and \"had just gotten out of jail for a previous DUI offense,\" states the release.

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An actor who shot and injured another performer during a mock gunfight in Tombstone won't face criminal charges, officials say.

A report from the Cochise County Attorney's office says evidence shows the shooting was accidental and that performers in Tombstone need better protocol for ammunition checks, The Sierra Vista Herald reports.

Tom Carter and Ken Curtis were in a fake standoff on October 18 when Carter fired a live round. Curtis was struck in the groin. He has since recovered from his injury.

Investigators say Carter had failed to go through a weapon's check before the skit.

Tombstone has since passed a law requiring businesses to obtain permits to conduct shooting re-enactments.

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Two men are dead in separate homicides Sunday, Tucson police say.

In the most recent incident, Eloy Lopez Moore, 22, was found shot to death about 8 p.m. near a shopping center at North Oracle and West Roger roads, police said in a news release.

Moore\u2019s body was found near a parking lot. He had been shot and was declared dead at the scene by officers who answered a 911 call about an unresponsive man, police said.

In the second incident, DeAntae Lee Fuller, 20, was found about 5 a.m. wounded by gunshots in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 700 block of South Tucson Boulevard.

Officers who first arrived at the complex rendered first aid, as did firefighters, but fuller died at the scene, a release said.

Anyone with information about either killing is asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME, the anonymous tipster line.

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Marana police are looking for a man they say brandished a handgun while robbing the Walmart Neighborhood Market at 3900 W. Ina Road about 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 26.\u00a0

Sgt. Chris Warren, a spokesman for Marana police, issued the following news release:

\"A note was given to an employee at the customer service desk demanding money. The suspect brandished a handgun that was concealed in his waistband. The suspect was given an undisclosed amount of money and fled the store in an unknown direction.

\"Suspect description: African-American man, early to mid 30s, 6'1-6'3\" - medium build, wearing white construction hat with blue bandana underneath, white shirt with a black long sleeve shirt underneath, blue jeans, black shoes.

\"Citizens who have information pertaining to this armed robbery are asked to call the Marana Police Department at (520) 382-2000 or 88-CRIME.\"

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Two people suffered serious injuries when a car drove into a west side business this afternoon, authorities said.

Tucson police received the call shortly before 3 p.m., and responded to reports of a vehicle that had run through the front of Preferred Homecare, located in the area of West Grant Road and Interstate 10, said Sgt. Pete Dugan, a department spokesman.

The driver, who is an adult male, hit the accelerator, drove up over the curb, running into the building. He wasn't injured and remained at the scene, Dugan said.

Two people, who were in the building, were transported to the hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries. One person was transported with minor injuries, and another person was treated at the scene, Dugan said.

The circumstances surrounding the collision are under investigation by TPD traffic detectives.\u00a0

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The wife of the Marana hit-and-run suspect who was apprehended by police last night, has also been arrested, authorities said.

April Monigold, 35, was arrested on Thursday and booked into the Pima County jail in connection with felony charges of hiding her husband from police and being the passenger in a stolen vehicle, said Chris Warren, a Marana Police Department spokesman.

Joshua Monigold, 31, was arrested in Mesa Thursday, after Marana police issued a warrant for his arrest for his alleged involvement in a March 19 hit-and-run.

Marana police say that Monigold will be charged with five felonies: Leaving the scene of a collision with injuries, aggravated assault, endangerment, motor vehicle theft and prohibited possession of a firearm, Warren said.

Mesa Police Department also has charges pending against Monigold, who is still in the hospital, with injuries sustained in the crash that ended the pursuit.

See television footage of suspect trying to carjack motorcyclist\u00a0here.

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MESA, Ariz. \u2014 A military veteran says his instinct and training kicked in when a man being chased in a pickup truck by Arizona authorities tried to steal the vet's motorcycle.

\"I looked him up and down for a weapon and I didn't see one and at that point in my head, it was game on,\" said Brandon Jenkins, 26, who served in Afghanistan.

After a brief fight, the man being pursued got back in the pickup and drove off. He was later taken into custody after the vehicle crashed on Interstate 10.

Joshua Michael Monigold, 31, remained hospitalized Friday for injuries suffered in the crash. Charges were still being determined.

Monigold was wanted by Marana police on suspicion of leaving the scene of a March 19 Tucson-area collision that involved injuries.

Jenkins said he didn't know why the other man accosted him and demanded the motorcycle.

\"I thought maybe I cut him off and it rubbed him the wrong way and then when he ripped me off my motorcycle, it became very apparent he was trying to steal my bike,\" Jenkins said.

Given his military training and the fact that he was wearing a helmet and other motorcycle gear, Jenkins said he decided he could defend himself.

\"For a split-second my son ran through my head and I got a little worried but ... instinct kicked in and I just wanted the guy off my motorcycle,\" Jenkins said.

Jenkins said the only thing he would have done differently was swing harder at the other man if he had known exactly what was going on.

He said it would be prudent for some people in a similar situation to not fight.

\"If you don't have training to defend yourself just take a step back,\" he said. \"You can replace your vehicle, you can't replace your life.\"

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MESA, Ariz. \u2014 A man wanted in a southern Arizona hit-and-run accident remains hospitalized in the Phoenix area after being injured in the crash of a pickup truck following a police pursuit.

Mesa police Detective Steve Berry says information isn't available yet on what charges 31-year-old Joshua Monigold will face in connection with the incidents Thursday.

Police say Monigold suffered unspecified injuries when the pickup he was driving crashed on Interstate 10 on the southern outskirts of the Phoenix area.

According to police, the crash concluded a pursuit during which Monigold attempted unsuccessfully to steal a motorcycle from another man. That man fought Monigold, who then drove off again in the pickup.

Marana police say Monigold was wanted on suspicion of leaving the scene of a collision with injuries.

See television footage of suspect trying to carjack motorcyclist\u00a0here.

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A 46-year-old woman was killed in a crash Friday morning on the northwest side, authorities said.

Northwest Fire responded to the two-vehicle crash at the intersection of North Oracle and West Orange Grove roads shortly before 9 a.m., finding two heavily-damaged vehicles, one of which had rolled and returned to an upright position, said department spokeswoman, Trina Motto.

The Department of Public Safety said that a Honda car, driven by Julie Begin, was making a left turn from southbound Oracle onto eastbound Orange Grove. A Dodge SUV, driven by Jennifer Ortiz, 31, was northbound on Oracle. As the Honda made the turn it was hit on the passenger side by the Dodge. The Dodge rolled over, coming to rest upright. The Honda spun around and struck a utility pole, the DPS said.

The DPS said both drivers were wearing seat belts.

The two drivers were taken by Northwest Fire ambulances to Banner-University Medical Center. Begin was pronounced dead at the hospital. Ortiz was treated for her injuries and released.

The investigation is continuing but impairment is not considered a factor in the crash.

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Oro Valley police arrested a man Thursday who is being investigated for repeatedly offering a teen-ager a ride while walking home from school.

Jesus Greer, 66, was booked into the Pima County jail on an unrelated charge \u2014 misdemeanor alcohol charges \u2014 as the investigation continues, said Lt. Kara Riley, an Oro Valley Police Department spokeswoman.

On March 4, police responded to a report of suspicious activity near West Calle Concordia and North Oracle Road.

A Canyon del Oro High School student told police he was walking home from school about 2 p.m. when a man in an older model minivan approached him and offered him a ride, Riley said.

The suspect asked the student about five times to enter his vehicle, and the student said no, said Riley.

On Thursday, officers made contact with Greer, who fit the suspect's description. Greer admitted to police that he spoke to a young man walking home from school and asked him if he needed a ride.

Investigators ask that anyone with information about the March 4 incident contact police at 229-4900, or call 911 or 88-CRIME. \u00a0

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