This week's local crime and court updates from Arizona Daily Star.
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On Dec. 24 around 7 a.m., a large fire was set inside an east-side Walmart, where up to four aisles of mostly paper products were ablaze.
Tucson police determined that the 33-year-old pedestrian was crossing against the traffic signal in a marked crosswalk when he was hit by a car.
A 46-year-old man who turned left in front of a semi-truck died despite bystanders' attempts to save him after the crash, Tucson police said.
Pima County Sheriff Department Chief Deputy Richard Kastigar says the self-closing automatic door on his SUV malfunctioned, severing his right thumb.
A fatal collision involving a semi-truck and passenger vehicle has temporarily restricted westbound travel at Valencia Road.
The 20-year-old victim was attempting to cross Valencia Road from south to north when he was struck by a red 1995 Ford F150 on Saturday morning.
In 2021, Tucson saw 93 homicides, breaking the record for most slayings in a year.