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Two more teens arrested for role in home invasion SW of Tucson

Two more teens arrested for role in home invasion SW of Tucson

Two more teens have been arrested in connection with a home invasion in which a suspected armed robber was fatally shot southwest of Tucson. 

Forrest Lupercio, 18 and Daniel Mancilla-Range, 16, were arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder, Deputy Tracy Suitt, a Pima County Sheriff's Department spokesman said in a news release. 

The home invasion happened early Saturday morning in the 14400 block of West Kestrel Road, near Arizona 86 and South Sierrita Mountain Road.

Shots were exchanged between one of the suspects, Luis Antonio Lupercio, 26, and a neighbor who went to investigate sounds of distress coming from the home, the release said.

Lupercio was fatally wounded.

Deputies arrested Robert M. Pryor, 17, the day of the shooting and Osvaldo Carrillo-Valenzuela, 20, yesterday. Both were arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder.

Deputies executed six search warrants as part of the investigation.

Alejandra Robinson, 19, was arrested on suspicion of a dangerous drug, after deputies found 36 grams of methamphetamine and 13 pounds of marijuana in her possession while serving one of the search warrants. 

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